National Forest Service
Prescott National Forest, Arizona
Scale - 1/2" to the Mile
Tope Lines - No
Grief Hill, Yellowjacket Gulch, Lonesome Pocket, Blind Indian Creek, Battle Flat, and Horsethief Basin. These formidable place names of the Prescott National Forest are a heritage from harsher times. Within the Prescott National Forest there are nearly a million and a quarter acres just brimming with outdoor recreation opportunities. Their diversity is outstanding. High cool peaks of the Bradshaw Mountains contrast sharply with the sun-baked Sonoran Desert below. In between, desert grasslands, chapparral, canyon hardwoods, pinon and juniper woodlands, and vast ponderosa pine forests offer outstanding variety for Prescott National Forest visitors.