Horseshoe Lake (Arizona)

Horseshoe Lake (Arizona)

Infobox lake
lake_name = Horseshoe Lake
image_lake = HorseshoeLake01.jpg
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location = Arizona
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type = reservoir
inflow = Verde River
outflow = Verde River
catchment =
basin_countries = United States
length =
width =
area = convert|790|acre|abbr=on
depth = convert|30|ft|abbr=on
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elevation = convert|2200|ft|abbr=on
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Horseshoe Lake is a man-made reservoir that was formed by the Horseshoe Dam on the Verde River in the U.S. state of Arizona. This lake is located inside the Tonto National Forest, as such the facilities located here are managed by that authority. Horseshoe Lake is the first of the Salt River Project lakes to be very low whenirrigation and domestic water requirements dictate. As a result, it can be virtually dry for long periods of time causing the boat ramp to be entirely out of the water. The entire lake is closed to water skiing, parasailing and the use of personal watercraft (Jet Skis).

Boating Facility Features

* Gravel access
* Any motor size (Closed to PWC)
* Launching area
* Parking area
* Tables
* Restrooms
* Camping allowed

Fish Species

* Largemouth bass
* Smallmouth bass
* Crappie
* Sunfish
* Catfish (channel)
* Catfish (flathead)
* Walleye

External links

* [ Daily Water Level report from SRP]
* [ Arizona Boating Locations Facilities Map]
* [ Arizona Fishing Locations Map]
* [ Where to Fish in Arizona Species Information]
* [ Arizona Lake Levels]


*Citation |first=Information and Education Division|title=Arizona Fishin' Holes|place=Phoenix, AZ|publisher=Arizona Game and Fish Department|year=2007

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