|Facilities: There are no facilities within Woodchute Wilderness. There are limited facilities available at the Woodchute Trail. The trailhead has restrooms. There is camping and drinking water (in season) at nearby Potato Patch Family Campground.|
Best Time To Visit: Woodchute Wilderness is open year round.
Fees: No fees are charged to access Woodchute Wilderness.
Accessibility: Woodchute Wilderness area is not handicap accessible.
Rules: As with all Wilderness Areas, any mechanized vehicle is prohibited. Access to Woodchute Wilderness is limited to foot or horseback. All terrain vehicles, mountain bicycles, trucks, jeeps, etc are prohibited.Obey all posted rules for the Woodchute Wilderness and the Prescott National Forest. Read and obey any fire restrictions or forest closures.
Directions: The Woodchute Wilderness access is just off U.S. 89A turn-off at Potato Patch Campground near the 335-mile marker. The trailhead is just beyond the campground with a gravel parking lot outside the gates to the Wilderness. U.S. 89A is a winding highway, so allow a little extra time for travel.
Map: Click here for a map to Woodchute Wilderness
Reservations: Reservations are not need or required to visit Woodchute Wilderness.