An unincorporated, small community in Coconino County, Forest Lakes, Arizona, is located in the northern part of the state. This small community is located on the edge of the Mogollon Rim, and it is adjacent to many nice lakes, making this a good place for boaters and anglers.
Forest Lakes is home to 266 residents. The community is surrounded by unsettled forest lands, and it was named for the lakes in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, which is close by the community. Most of the homes are are modest, well cared for, single-family homes on good size lots.
This area is close to some of the most beautiful natural regions in the state of Arizona, and wildlife is abundant. The weather is warm and pleasant for most of the year, and they get a good amount of rainfall in this part of the state. If you enjoy peace and quiet, abundant natural beauty, and nights with skies full of shining stars, you are sure to love living in or visiting the Forest Lakes area.