Roosevelt Lake is the largest lake in Arizona at 15, 560 surface acres.  It is a favorite of avid anglers searching for the trophy largemouth bass along with smallmouth bass, channel catfish and crappie. The lake is large enough that high power bass boats can zoom for many miles to other portions of lake. Depending upon lake capacity that varies with the release of water through the dam, there are miles and miles of beach area for camping along the lake's edges. Water-skiing, jet-skiing, swimming and general boating recreation makes Lake Roosevelt a favorite water recreation destination. The lake features several marinas and fee-based camping sites, and contains a wildlife refuge area. The lake has a general store.


Find the attractions that are close by for a full family fun experience.

Credit:  GEM Pres Photos


Time to get the boat out and enjoy water skiing, or cruising on the lake.

Credit:  Cameron Davis


Roosevelt Lake has many different camping options for your trip.

Credit:  Cameron Davis

Fishing doesn't get any more wild than this.  This is where the big ones live.

Credit:  Wild West Bass Trail


Hiking in the early spring and fall is absolutely beautiful, with scenic vistas, vegetation and wild life encounters.

Credit:  Arizona Hiking

Marina & Store

House your boat, get a beverage, have something to's all here.

Credit:  Roosevelt Lake Marina