Happy Jack Information
Get to Know Happy Jack, AZ
Happy Jack is an unincorporated campground community in Coconino County’s Mogollon Rim region. What was originally founded as a logging camp called Yellowjacket in 1947 has since become an RV park resort area on 72 acres with cabins, a lodge, ramada, and banquet facilities for events.
There are many things to do during your stay in Happy Jack!
How about a hiking trip through one of the many trails located near and around the lodge?
Perhaps fishing is your fancy. Within a 30-mile radius, you’ll find seven beautiful lakes and reservoirs with excellent angling for trout, bass, perch, pike, bluegill, and catfish.
No matter the season, you’ll always find something to do!
Camping, fishing, and hunting are often popular activities. And in the winter, snow sports such as cross-country skiing, tubing, and snowmobiling keep folks entertained.
You can also explore more of the Coconino National Forest and the Mogollon Rim, visit Payson and Flagstaff, see the Lowell Discovery Telescope, and more!