AAA Editor Notes
Lyman Lake State Park is 11 mi. s. of St. Johns on US180/191, then just off SR 81, following signs. This 1,200-acre park is a great place for camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, water skiing and wildlife viewing. A marked trail leads to the ruins of Rattlesnake Point Pueblo, a village constructed and occupied by ancestors of the Hopi tribe during the 1300s. .
Note: The trail to Rattlesnake Point was closed at press time; phone ahead.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.