Lakes of Arizona

  1. Beaver Creek - Wet Beaver - Dry Beaver

    Wet Beaver Creek is located in the town of Beaver Creek just outside Camp Verde. The creek is sometimes just called Beaver Creek, but there is Dry...
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  2. Black Canyon Lake

    Black Canyon Lake covers 78 surface acres along the Mogollon Rim. At an elevation of 7,100 feet above sea level, it features comfortable summer...
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  3. Clear Creek West

    Clear Creek West is not close to Clear Creek Reservoir its about an hour and a half away near Camp Verde. This section of Clear Creek has most of...
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  4. Goldwater Lake

    There is two parts to Goldwater Lake Upper and Lower. As far as I know you can only drive to upper on pavement. Lower Goldwater is made from the...
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  5. Desert Breeze Lake

    Desert Breeze Lake is located at Desert Breeze Park at 660 N Desert Breeze Blvd East. The rules as listed in the Arizona Game and Fish Urban...
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  6. Fool Hollow Lake

    Fool Hollow Lake, in the White Mountains just outside of Show Low, covers 140 surface acres. Average depth for the impoundment is 23 feet, though...
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  7. Scott Reservoir

    Built in 1928, Scott Reservoir is an irrigation impoundment on Porter Creek near Pinetop-Lakeside. The least developed of the “in town” lakes,...
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  8. Concho Lake

    Concho Lake, in the White Mountains, was created in the early 1880s by the Concho Irrigation Company when it built a dam near Concho Springs. In...
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  9. Chevelon Canyon Lake

    Access to Chevelon Canyon Lake is extremely limited. Although many might consider this, coupled with its remote location, something of a drawback,...
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  10. Cluff Ranch

    Cluff Ranch Ponds are located between Pima and Thatcher at the base of the Pinaleno Mountains there stocked regularly with rainbow trout and also...
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  11. Dogtown Reservoir

    aka Dogtown Lake. On a good, wet-year, you can expect Dogtown Lake to sell to slightly more than 50 surface acres. When the skies aren't as kind,...
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  12. Sheep's Crossing - Sheep's Bridge

    This is a pretty difficult spot to reach on the Verde River that's famous for smallmouth fishing.
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  13. Cholla Lake

    Cholla Lake, is one of Arizona's most important fisheries in the northeast section of the state. It is also managed as a Navajo County park. To...
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  14. Kearny Park Lake

    Note: please read reviews below: Kearny Park Lake may have a killoff Strategically located on State Route 177 between Winkelman and Superior, the...
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