The name is Apache for "Big Bear Lake." The lake is used for the Tempe International Triathlon each May. Improvements include 300 feet of Carnero Lake The waters themselves attract various bird species including great blue heron and the bald eagle. Elev., 8,100 ft. Three-and-a-half miles south of Arizona 260 off The land for the park, formerly a ranch, was purchased by the state in 1972 in order to construct a reservoir. it's possible to set up a perch on the slabs. 8,900 ft. 22 Open all year Stocked first in May when weather permits, The roads to Hawley lake often close in the winter so call ahead. Natives are quite people are friendly. Southwestern Willow Flycatcher About 10 miles before your reach Bartlett Lake take a left on Horseshoe Dam Rd. 8,200 ft. A few campsites are The road from except no live bait or corn can be used. Fish species include Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Sunfish and Channel Catfish. Many cities and towns in Arizona have Urban Lakes where you can cast a line without hitting the freeway. Hawley Lake is a 300-acre (120 ha) lake and place in east-central Arizona, in the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, and has an elevation of 8,200 feet (2,500 m). Paved access is The lake is visible from the Big Lake is located in Apache County and managed by the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. Boat Launch Ramp (Boating (limited to 8 horsepower) - Camping. There's a launch for boats with electric motors. Some of the fish grow into the 15-20-inch range. Other fish are stocked from cold-water fisheries including brown trout and rainbow trout. canoe. Arizona Lakes Arizona’s expansive and varied landscapes are simply incredible, but few realize that this desert state has tons of water recreation opportunities as well! Arizona Power Company began construction of the Childs power plant in 1908. White Mountain Lake Navajo County, AZ - White Mountain Lakes Estates, also known as White Mountain Lake, is an unincorporated community in Navajo County, Arizona, United States. The reservoir is stocked with Rainbow and Brown trout species. Northern Leopard Frog All Recreational Acitivites, Lake Mary (Upper) Coconino County, AZ - Lake Mary may refer to one of two reservoirs in northern Arizona, southeast of Flagstaff. only. If you would like to add to the list of services on or near each lake please send your information to Arizona Lakes. Both the reservoir and the masonry dam that created it, Roosevelt Dam, were named for U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt who dedicated the dam himself in March 1911. 9,100 ft. area. Information should be centered around boating, camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, RVing and wildlife. La Laguna was a mining town that was in existence for a short time from 1860 to 1862. Shore fishing is 6,500 ft. Soda Canyon Point Campground is located on the north side of the lake. One mile off Arizona 260 in Show Low on Show Low Lake Road. State Route 188 travels along the shore of the lake for much of its length. Your Favorite Lake. groceries, Gas & oil, tackle & equipment, 8 hp Single or less, Mexican Spotted Owl Mormon Lake Coconino County, AZ, USA - Mormon Lake is a shallow, intermittent lake located in northern Arizona. Black Canyon Lake Clover: Trifolium, Trifolium neurophyllum, "White Mountains Clover" Other facilities The water is kept flowing across the playground, where it is eventually collected, filtered, cleaned, and re-circulated in a state-of-the-art system. River Reservoir is located at 8,220 feet (2,510 m) on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. is better than most, making Show Low a great place to take the family. Located next to the Little Colorado River in The Apache trout is Arizona's official state fish. The benefits to the public associated with restoring this unique stream to its natural flowing state outweighed the business benefits the facility provided APS. Neither enters the river proper, except in extreme flood stage. Named after an Apache chief who was The lake fills a nearly circular basin in a region with some historical volcanic activity, leading to the possibility that the lake is either a crater lake or a filled in sinkhole. licenses for sale, groceries, gas & oil, tackle & equipment, 164 acres, Elev. Canyon Lake is a popular stop on the way to Theodore Roosevelt Dam and Tortilla Flat, Arizona. trout. Copyright ©2005 - ©2017 Western Outdoor Times/Arizona Boating & Watersports. remote backwoods area. It is mostly north-south and is bordered on the east by Reservation Route 12, a north stretch from Window Rock, AZ to Navajo, NM and then northeast to Crystal, NM. The lake was created by damming Sonoita Creek. spaces, camping allowed. The town of Pinetop-Lakeside maintains Woodland Park, which includes hiking trails, picnic tables and ramadas, barrier-free restrooms, a sand volleyball court, tennis court, two children's playgrounds, some ball fields, a boat ramp and a barrier-free, floating fishing dock. The long, narrow lake is formed by an earthen dam impounding the Chevelon Creek in the eponymous Chevelon Canyon. The lake and adjacent lands forming its shoreline are part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area administered by the U.S. National Park Service. The city awarded contacts for construction of the lake on June 12, and groundbreaking ceremonies were held on August 8. During the warmer summer months, the region becomes a popular destination for birdwatchers. CanalMaricopa County, AZ - Evelyn Hallman Pond, at Evelyn Hallman Park (formerly Canal Park) this is a small man-made lake located west of Scottsdale Road and south of McKellips Road in the northern part of Tempe, Arizona. Because of the fire, the entire area around Black Canyon Lake is open for day use only due to the danger of falling trees.