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Workman Creek Gold Cascade

Workman Creek Gold Cascade

Most people come to Workman Creek is to visit Workman Creek Falls, a 180 foot falls. Workman Creek Falls is best seen just after a heavy rain as the falls are flowing nicely. Make sure to bring your camera. There are many excellent photo opportunities here. Other nearby hikes include the Aztec Peak Lookout. If the tower is open, there are great views of Four Peaks and Roosevelt Lake to the west, the Mogollon Rim to the north, the White Mountains to the east and the Salt River Valley to the south.

From Young, travel south on S.R. 288 to Workman Creek Road (F.R. 487) 22.5 miles turn left on F.R. 487 and drive three miles to the falls. The campgrounds will be spread out along the creek.

From Roosevelt drive south on S.R. 88 to S.R. 288 then drive north on S.R. 288 for 22 miles to Workman Creek Road (F.R. 487) turn right and drive 3 miles to the falls. The campgrounds will be spread out along the creek.