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  Here at Buck Lake you can see North Oak Points, and Pipe Spring National Monument is a wonderful national park.
Kaibab National Forest is a good place to check out on a pretty day; a tour to Buck Lake wouldn't be complete without taking a look at Warm Springs. This lake is so wonderful. Stay the night at Southwest Recreation. There's so much to do here at Buck Lake that you need to camp here for a while, Kaibab Camper Village is a nice place for that.
    Buck Lake is pretty dehydrated typically. Most of the rain falls throughout August, and June on the other hand is the driest. High temperatures at Buck Lake throughout the days of summer are in the 90's, and the overnight is a tad chillier of course, usually in the 50's.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Buck Lake.
 Public Lands Near Buck Lake:
Kaibab National Forest, Arizona, 10 miles away
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Utah, 34 miles away
Pipe Spring National Monument, Fredonia - AZ, 21 miles away
Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon - AZ, 38 miles away
Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon - UT, 53 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Buck Lake:
Southwest Recreation, Fredonia, 3 miles away
Kaibab Camper Village, Jacob Lake, 5 miles away
Jacob Lake Group, Fredonia, 6 miles away
FR 212 Dispersed, North Rim, 6 miles away
 Hotels Near Buck Lake:
Travelodge Kanab, Kanab, 24 miles away
Hampton Inn Kanab, Kanab, 25 miles away
Best Western Red Hills, Kanab, 25 miles away
Comfort Suites Kanab, Kanab, 25 miles away
Rodeway Inn Kanab, Kanab, 25 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Buck Lake:
Brian Head, Utah, 67 miles away
      1707 foot drop, 8 lifts, 53 runs
Williams, Arizona, 83 miles away
      600 foot drop, 2 lifts, 7 runs
Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona, 86 miles away
      2300 foot drop, 4 lifts, 32 runs

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