Bartlett Lake
Jan
6
5:00 AM05:00

Bartlett Lake

Like all Phoenix area lakes, Bartlett Lake is noted for its spectacular views of surrounding desert mountains and Saguaro-studded foothills. In the spring when cactus are in bloom and wildflowers dot the landscape, Bartlett Lake is incredibly beautiful. Formed by Bartlett Dam and fed by the Verde River, these pristine waters are very popular favorites among water recreation enthusiasts. Surprising to many, Bartlett is the second largest lake in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area behind Lake Pleasant. When full, Bartlett Lake has over 2,800 acres of water surface, is about 12 miles long, and has an average depth of 100 feet with a maximum depth of 174 feet. The lake has two contrasting sides with gently sloping beaches on one side and mountains on the other.

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Roosevelt Lake
Dec
2
5:00 AM05:00

Roosevelt Lake

Once the world's largest man made lake, today Roosevelt is the third largest in Arizona behind the monster lakes of Lake Powell and Lake Mead. When full, Roosevelt Lake has a water surface of over 21,000 acres, a length of 22 miles and 128 miles of shoreline. Its maximum depth is over 300 feet. Sitting at the northern end of the scenic Apache Trail, Roosevelt Lake is the first and largest of a series of lakes created on the Salt River as it meanders to the Phoenix area over a course of about 40 miles. Those lakes are Apache Lake, Canyon Lake and Saguaro Lake as they gradually get closer to the Phoenix, AZ area.

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Apache Lake
Nov
11
5:00 AM05:00

Apache Lake

Apache Lake sets alongside the Apache Trail, one of the most scenic drives in Arizona. Surrounded by the Superstition Wilderness and the Three Bar Wildlife Area, Apache Lake is created by Horse Mesa Dam and located between Canyon Lake and Roosevelt Lake, its sister-lakes on the Salt River. Located about 65 miles northeast of Phoenix, Apache Lake is 17 miles long and a spectacular site for boating, fishing, water skiing, hiking, and camping. The lake's secluded coves and painted canyon walls are home to javelina, big horn sheep, deer, and a host of other desert wildlife.

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Bartlett Lake
Oct
7
5:00 AM05:00

Bartlett Lake

Like all Phoenix area lakes, Bartlett Lake is noted for its spectacular views of surrounding desert mountains and Saguaro-studded foothills. In the spring when cactus are in bloom and wildflowers dot the landscape, Bartlett Lake is incredibly beautiful. Formed by Bartlett Dam and fed by the Verde River, these pristine waters are very popular favorites among water recreation enthusiasts. Surprising to many, Bartlett is the second largest lake in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area behind Lake Pleasant. When full, Bartlett Lake has over 2,800 acres of water surface, is about 12 miles long, and has an average depth of 100 feet with a maximum depth of 174 feet. The lake has two contrasting sides with gently sloping beaches on one side and mountains on the other.

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