Best Lakes in Arizona
Arizona has some pretty underrated water features thanks to its dry, deserted reputation. The 48th state is actually home to nearly 130 lakes and 5 major rivers! This southwestern state is full of opportunities to hike, raft, paddle, swim, and fish year-round. In this guide you'll find some of Arizona's top water reservoirs and tips on enjoying them.
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Prescott, AZ

Watson Lake
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Willow Creek Reservoir
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Northern Arizona | Southern Utah Border

Lake Powell
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NE Scottsdale/Apache Junction, AZ

Saguaro Lake
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Canyon Lake
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Roosevelt, AZ

Theodore Roosevelt Lake
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Peoria, AZ

Lake Pleasant
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Lake Havasu City, AZ

Lake Havasu
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Greetings fellow Earth-dwellers! 🏜️West Coast kid at heart (lived in AZ & OR) 📚Studied abroad in B.C. Canada 📍Now I call the Southeast U.S. home 🌍My passion for sustainability shines through everything I do. I currently work for an outdoor retailer and I love sharing outdoorsy recommendations and breweries. I've been to over 20 National Parks and am exicted to create localized guides for them! Conscious travel doesn't have to include finding a spot off the grid, living out of a van, or only eating vegan food. I enjoy sharing local businesses, environmentally-focused travel tips, and authentic and respectful ways to spend time while you're away from home. Check out my city guides and trip recommendations for mix of eco-tourism and enriching plans anyone would enjoy!
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Best Lakes in Arizona
Arizona has some pretty underrated water features thanks to its dry, deserted reputation. The 48th state is actually home to nearly 130 lakes and 5 major rivers! This southwestern state is full of opportunities to hike, raft, paddle, swim, and fish year-round. In this guide you'll find some of Arizona's top water reservoirs and tips on enjoying them.
8 Places • ago
Free

Prescott, AZ

Watson Lake
@geo-conscious
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Willow Creek Reservoir
@geo-conscious
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Northern Arizona | Southern Utah Border

Lake Powell
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NE Scottsdale/Apache Junction, AZ

Saguaro Lake
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Canyon Lake
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Roosevelt, AZ

Theodore Roosevelt Lake
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Peoria, AZ

Lake Pleasant
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Lake Havasu City, AZ

Lake Havasu
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Check out more Phoenix recommendations/day trip suggestions below!

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CURATED BY
Greetings fellow Earth-dwellers! 🏜️West Coast kid at heart (lived in AZ & OR) 📚Studied abroad in B.C. Canada 📍Now I call the Southeast U.S. home 🌍My passion for sustainability shines through everything I do. I currently work for an outdoor retailer and I love sharing outdoorsy recommendations and breweries. I've been to over 20 National Parks and am exicted to create localized guides for them! Conscious travel doesn't have to include finding a spot off the grid, living out of a van, or only eating vegan food. I enjoy sharing local businesses, environmentally-focused travel tips, and authentic and respectful ways to spend time while you're away from home. Check out my city guides and trip recommendations for mix of eco-tourism and enriching plans anyone would enjoy!
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