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Arizona Lakes and Rivers

Arizona is a state that is well-known for its beautiful landscapes from its lakes and rivers. The state is home to numerous lakes and rivers that offer outdoor enthusiasts a wide range of activities. Some of the most popular activities in Arizona’s lakes and rivers include fishing, tubing, and boating.

Fishing in Arizona’s lakes and rivers is a great way to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The state is home to a variety of fish species, including bass, trout, and catfish. Some of the most popular lakes for fishing include Lake Pleasant and Roosevelt Lake. Anglers can enjoy fishing from the shore or rent a boat for a day on the water.

Tubing is another popular activity in Arizona’s lakes and rivers. The state’s warm climate and crystal-clear waters make it the perfect destination for tubing enthusiasts. Some of the most popular rivers for tubing include the Salt River and the Verde River. Visitors can rent tubes and spend the day floating down the river, taking in the beautiful scenery along the way.

Boating is also a popular activity in Arizona’s lakes and rivers. The state offers a variety of boating options, including motorboats, sailboats, and kayaks. Overall, the lakes and rivers in Arizona offer a wide range of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you are interested in fishing, tubing, or boating, there is something for everyone in this beautiful state. So, come and explore Arizona’s great outdoors today!

Salt River

Arizona's iconic Salt River is located about 40 minutes from downtown Phoenix in Mesa, where visitors and locals go mainly for tubing and wild horses.

Saguaro Lake

Saguaro Lake has more than 22 miles of shoreline, creating a great environment for boating, kayaking, sailing, skiing, jet skiing, fishing, and camping.

Canyon Lake

Take a wealth of recreation at the 900-acre Canyon Lake, where visitors enjoy boating, water skiing, fishing, Jet Skiing, and taking scenic hikes around the shore. During the course of a beautiful day outdoors, visitors may see javelina, deer, and bighorn sheep on the surrounding red-rock canyon walls.

Theodore Roosevelt Lake

Roosevelt Lake is a beautiful body of water set in the desert. Small isolated islands and coves offer outstanding opportunities for camping and relaxing in the unique Sonoran Desert. Both Non-Motorized and Motorized boats are allowed at Roosevelt for maximum enjoyment of the water.

Chaparral Lake

More than 4 million Arizona residents live within a 20-minute drive of a stocked Community Fishing Program lake. Close by and convenient, all the parks offer parking and other amenities to make your fishing trip and park visit enjoyable.

Tempe Town Lake

A desert oasis in the middle of the Phoenix Metropolitan area, Tempe Town Lake offers a variety of exciting events and activities to enjoy year-round. Tempe Town Lake, located adjacent to Downtown Tempe, provides a recreational haven for kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, rowing, walking, fishing or picnicking.

Verde River

Verde River Greenway State Natural Area offers swimming, fishing, and boating, and camping is available nearby at Dead Horse Ranch State Park!