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Lyman Lake Locator Map

Elevation 6,000 feet  Fees

Contact the Park:
(928) 337-4441
Lyman Lake SP
P.O. Box 1428
St. Johns, AZ 85936
11 mi. S of St. Johns on Hwy 191

Mailing address:
HC 30 Box 35A
St. Johns, AZ 85936


Visitor Center Restrooms Gift Shop Group: Day Use Areas Group: Camping Sites Camping Cabins Camping Electric RV Sites Non Electric RV Sites Dump Station Showers Picnic Areas/Shelters Hiking Trails Fishing Swimming Boat Ramp Non-Motorized Watercraft Wildlife Viewing

Nearest Services: 12 miles

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Park's Speed Code: 4224#


Park Entrance Fees:
Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults): $7.00
Individual/Bicycle: $3.00

Camping Fees:
Cabin Rental: $65
Electric, water, sewer site: $33
Electric/water site: $28
No Hookups: $20
Fee Schedule

Lyman Lake Volunteer Opportunities

Lyman Lake is a unique location located 6,000 feet above sea level. With camping cabins, beaches, campsites and interesting petroglyph and archaeological ruins, it's a special place to live and volunteer.

On-Site Openings
Check Projected On-Site Openings at this park (Openings)

Review our list of positions and contact the Volunteer Coordinator with any questions or concerns.

Visitor Services
The visitor services volunteer's primary duties are to carry out operations of contact station and lake store. Duties include greeting visitors, collecting fees, taking reservations, answering phones, and providing park and area information. Other duties may include interpretive education programs & tours. Will work with minimal supervision with staff support immediately available. May be a local resident or live on park at a provided full hookup campsite where available. Onsite volunteer term is 3 - 6 months, working 20 hours a week per person, 5 days a week. Local resident term is a flexible 8+ hours per month. Schedule is flexible. Computer knowledge is helpful.

Campground Host
Campground Host's primary responsibility is to maintain the park's campgrounds. This includes assisting the park's camping visitors, maintaining campsites, providing information, and communicating park rules and regulations (not enforcing them). Campground hosts are to be observant for activities that require Ranger involvement such as enforcement issues, medical situations and to notify necessary staff when needed. Hosts make regular checks on restroom/shower buildings and perform light cleaning tasks (toilet paper refill & sweeping) and notify staff of situations that require additional attention. Hosts need to make constant rounds through the campground to maintain sites by litter pickup, raking, removing trip hazards, cleaning fire grills, mowing, trimming, and pruning of lawns and trees. May perform minor repairs and maintenance of irrigation system and equipment as requested. When campground duties are caught up, the hosts' often assist Rangers and other volunteers with additional projects & duties throughout the park. The campground hosts live onsite at a provided full hook up campsite. Onsite volunteer term is 3 – 6 months, working 20 hours a week per person, 5 days a week. Schedule is flexible. May through October.

Maintenance Host
Maintenance Service Volunteer will assist the park staff with general maintenance, cleaning of Cabins, small construction projects among others. Examples include daily park up keep, trail work, painting, plumbing, weeding, or other projects designated by the Volunteer Coordinator. Onsite volunteer term is 3 – 6 months, working 20 hours a week per person, 5 days a week. Schedule is flexible. May through October.

Volunteer Coordinator:

Mike Rollins, Park Manager
phone: (928) 337-4441


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