Facilities: There are no facilities provided at Arizona Trail (Equestrian Bypass).
Best Time To Visit: Arizona Trail (Equestrian Bypass) is open April through November.
Fees: There are no use fees associated with this trail.
Accessibility: This trail is not handicap accessible.
Rules: To help prevent unacceptable resource damage, disturbance to wildlife and reduce fire risk from dispersed camping, the Forest Service has designated 14 campsites along the Freidlein Prairie road for dispersed camping.
Directions: To reach the Arizona Trail (Equestrian Bypass) from Flagstaff, take Country Club Drive to Oakmont Drive and turn left. Oakmont Drive will turn into Forest Road 303, follow forest road 303 for 3.8 miles to the trailhead parking which is located on the right.
Map: Click here for a map to Arizona Trail (Equestrian Bypass)
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted to use the Arizona Trail (Equestrian Bypass).