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Parker Canyon Lake, Patagonia

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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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  • Stopped here on a whim - so glad we did! The lake and surrounding area were absolutely beautiful! The lake is beautiful and popular with locals, but out of the way for most tourists. That makes it eve...  read more »
  • They have been working on roads outside the park but the rest of the roads in suck. Don't take a trailer longer than 28' as the roads have blind switchbacks and some drivers aren't nice. Plan to dry c...  read more »
  • Just a one and a half to two hour drive south from Tucson via highway 83 and south through Sonoita, AZ, Parker canyon offers welcome respite from the desert heat in the summer. As you near Sonoita and...  read more »
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