Woody Mountain Road get’s it’s name after Woody Mountain which is off to the southwest side of the road.
The south end of the road seamlessly attaches to East Pocket Lookout road. Both East Pocket Lookout Road and Woody Mountain Road are designated with the same number of 231. The difference is that Woody Mountain Road is a county road, and East Pocket Lookout Road is a forest road.
This is not an especially interesting road in it’s self, but the places it will take you are very interesting. At the north end you’ll be in Flagstaff near I-40 and Route 66. As you head south you can see a radio tower, The Arboretum at Flagstaff, Northern Arizona University Centennial Forest, Rogers Lake, and finally be approaching Mill Park to the south. Dispersed Camping areas can be found further south, including on top of the Mogollon Rim. There are also a lot of other connecting forest roads and trails that give you access to a lot of great places to enjoy the Coconino National Forest.
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