The Frazier Trail at Tonto National Forest in Roosevelt, Arizona is a moderate 0.9 mile out-and-back hike that leads down to toward Theodore Roosevelt Lake with views of the lake along the way.
The trailhead can be found behind the power station, so you'll need to first drive in and behind the power station to reach the parking lot.
The trail begins by heading uphill for no more than 100 feet before turning left. After turning left, the trail heads downhill and follows a wash bed (creek bed) before passing through a tunnel that runs under the highway. After hiking through the tunnel, you'll reach a gated area where you'll need to open a metal gate to pass through - make sure to close the gate behind you. Shortly after, you'll come across yet another gate, which leads you out of the grazing area. Follow the trail for a short while before it ends at a parking lot for RVs, right next to the shore of Theodore Roosevelt Lake.
Dogs are allowed on this trail.
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