• Potato Lake Arizona. Potato Lake is more of a lake to have a picnic at or a party. Apparently it used to be a decent sized lake but there were some issues with its damn. It's now only about two acers big. It's a pretty lake but not a fishing destination. I tried worms there for about a hour with no luck. If you decide to give a shot, the worst thing that could happen is that you have to pack everything up and drive to Blue Ridge Reservoir about 20 minutes Northeast.
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    Check the Game and Fish site
    Restrictions/Season of Use:
    Potato Lake is open all year
    Road Conditions:
    The roads to potato lake are dirt but you don't need a 4 wheel drive under normal weather conditions.
    Land Ownership:
    Conconino County
    Ranger Station/District:
    See Blue Ridge Reservoir for more information about the surrounding service.
    Entrance Fees/Permits:
    There is no access fee for Potato Lake Arizona
    7234 plus feet
    Max Surface Acres:
    Potato Lake Arizona in no more that 7 surface acers at its max
    Boat/Engine Restrictions:
    No Boats
    Boats to Rent:
    There are no campground right on the lake but there are many along forest service Rd 613 that you take to get there. There are some spots that look out right over the rim.
    Barrier free Access:
    There is a barrier at Potato Lake that leaves you will about a 100 foot walk in.
    Trailer Spaces:
    No there are no trailer spaces at Potato Lake but there are near by campsite to accommodate
    Launching Area:
    Water Skiing:
    Cleaning Stations:
  • To get directions to Potato Lake AZ you can use the interactive map above. Take the 87 North out of Phoenix pass Strawberry, take a right on Rim Rd or Forest Service Rd 613. You will see signs at that point to the lake about 15 minutes away.

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