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Lake Saguaro, Arizona

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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3.8/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Saguaro Lake is the fourth reservoir on the Salt River formed by the Stewart Mountain Dam in the U.S. state of Arizona. The lake is off State Route 87, about halfway between Phoenix and the ghost town of Sunflower. The dammed end of the lake is at, at an elevation of 1506ft. This lake is within the Tonto National Forest, as such the facilities located here are managed by that authority.Fish species Rainbow trout Largemouth bass Smallmouth bass Yellow bass Crappie Sunfish Channel catfish Walleye Tilapia Yellow perch Carp
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  • This stuck away of Highway 87 in the Tonto National Forest. The country around here is rugged and dotted with Saguaro cacti and quite pretty.There is a good picnic area at the edge of the lake andwort...  read more »
  • This was worth it for us. Had a few hours to kill between some baseball games during a tournament and went down to the lake. Took the cruise and the views are very good. The narration wasn't great but...  read more »
  • Saguaro lake is a recreation area with two major points of entry. 1) Marina - has a sit down restaurant, little walk up window for ice cream and snacks, boat rental, and ferry excursions. Some areas f...  read more »
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