Boating

Bartlett Reservoir

Bartlett Dam and Lake, Salt River Project, is the closest lake to the Phoenix area on the Verde River. It is 22 miles east of Carefree.Upper Bartlett Lake, Rattlesnake and South Cove recreation sites provide areas for camping with trailers, picnicking, fishing and boating and are open year-round. Trailers ...

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Lake Pleasant

One of the most scenic water recreation areas in the "Valley of the Sun," this northwest Valley park is a recreationist's dream. The park offers many activities, such as camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, picnicking, and wildlife viewing. At the Lake Pleasant Visitor Center, guests learn about the history ...

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Saguaro Lake Reservoir

Saguaro Lake is located in the Tonto National Forest within Maricopa County, about 40 miles east of Phoenix. It is a true desert oasis for Valley residents needing some rest and relaxation. The 1,264-acre lake stretches 10 miles long, providing recreational users with 20 miles of scenic shoreline. Driving ...

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Theodore Roosevelt Lake

Flanked by the desolate Mazatzal and Sierra Anchas mountain ranges, Theodore Roosevelt Lake Reservoir & Dam is an aquatic recreational area--a favorite with bass anglers, water-skiers, and boaters. This is the largest masonry dam on the planet, and the massive bridge is the longest two-lane, single-span, steel-arch bridge in ...

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Horseshoe Reservoir

The recreation site at Horseshoe Reservoir, located along the Verde River, offers camping, picnicking, fishing and boating. Bald eagles are frequently seen in this vicinity. Ocotillo Boating Site provides the only boat ramp (small boats only) on the entire reservoir. Boating and fishing at Horseshoe Reservoir depend on the ...

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Shadow Mountain Lake

Located in the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, Shadow Mountain Lake is an excellent place for visitors to enjoy the outdoors. Popular activities for visitors include fishing for salmon, brown trout, and rainbow trout. The near-by area is excellent for many recreational activities such as hiking, camping, boating, ...

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Things To Do

While Annaberg and Trunk Bay are the most frequently-visited park sites, Virgin Islands National Park's diverse beaches, coral reefs, historic ruins, and hiking trails provide endless hours of exploration and enjoyment, as well as inspiration and opportunities for solitude and reflection. Visitors enjoy a variety of activities on the ...

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Things To Do

Things To Do Whether you're stopping by for an hour or planning a two-week vacation, Canyonlands offers many ways to spend your time in the park. Boating The Colorado and Green Rivers have played a significant role in shaping the landscape of Canyonlands, and both offer an interesting way to visit the ...

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Things To Do

Although Acadia is dazzling in summer, the park’s beauty flourishes throughout the year. By land and by sea there is no such thing as an off-season at Acadia. SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL Amphitheater Programs In the evening, Acadia’s two campgrounds present free programs in their centrally located amphitheaters. Programs span a range ...

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