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Parker Canyon Lake, Patagonia

#108 of 121 in Nature in Arizona
Water Body Nature / Park
Parker Canyon Lake is located in southeastern Arizona, 28mi southwest of Sierra Vista around the Huachuca Mountains and about north of the border with Mexico. The lake is a reservoir formed by a dam in Parker Canyon in the south end of the Canelo Hills in southwestern Cochise County. Parker Canyon is a tributary to the Santa Cruz River in the San Rafael Valley. The facilities are maintained by Coronado National Forest division of the USDA Forest Service.Fish speciesRainbow TroutLargemouth BassSunfishCatfish (Channel)
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  • I just got back from a two night camping experience at Parker Canyon Lake and I have some thoughts to share. #1: Parties: Yes, people go there to party. In fact, I think that's the reason why most peo...  more »
  • This is a great little fishing lake. It has boat rentals, a little store, great atmosphere, the water can be a little cold, so I dont swim, but it's great to relax and fish at. I'm sorry I didn't take...  more »
  • Passing through while birding. Pretty little lake and campgrounds. We ate our lunch there. There is a little store and bathrooms.  more »