Water Recreation & Boating Areas
Northwest Arizona
  Lake Powell - Lake Powell is huge, 186 miles long and has almost 2,000 miles of shoreline that begs for exploration, longer than the whole western coast of the continental United States. It is a premier attraction for millions of visitors from all over the world. It is the the place for vacation memories to last a lifetime!
  Lake Mead - Lake Mead is the reservoir created by the 726-foot Hoover Dam and began filling in 1935. It is the tallest dam in the Western Hemisphere. Lake Mead NRA offers year-round recreational opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking, photography, picnicking and sightseeing.
  Lake Havasu - Lake Havasus is a fun-in-the-sun 45-mile-long playground with hundreds of miles of stunning shoreline, sandy beaches, secluded coves and cool sparkling waters. A water lover's paradise and a desert lover's dream, 300 days of sunny skies per year with warm, dry air make this a magnet for sun-bathers and watercraft toys such as kayaking, boaters, jet skiers, water skiers,fishing, and houseboating, all year long!
  Lake Mohave - Lake Mohave is a 68 mile stretch of the Colorado River that has 237 miles of fantastic refreshing shoreline with blue water, cliffs, sandy beaches and sheer rock for exploring and sunning. Lake Mohave is within the Lake Mead National Mead National Recreation Area and the lake is comparatively narrow, not more than 4 miles across at its widest point.
Phoenix Area
  Alamo Lake - 75 miles northwest of Phoenix
  Bartlett Lake - 30 miles northeast of Phoenix
  Lake Pleasant - closest major lake to the North Phoenix
  Theodore Roosevelt Lake - 80 miles east of Phoenix
Southwest Arizona
  Lake Martinez - 45 minutes north of Yuma
Northern Arizona
  Lake Mary (Upper)
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