Sometimes the road less traveled makes for the best experiences and going out to Roosevelt Lake is one of those adventures that may prove to be just that.  The largest lake in Arizona, Roosevelt offers adventure seekers of all kinds of opportunities to get out and Explore the Wild. 

 

Whether you enjoy bass fishing, boating, site seeing, studying Native American history or you just want to relax and get away from it all, then Roosevelt is just the place.

 

So bring your kids and come enjoy one of Arizona’s best-kept secrets.  Below is a list of attractions that you can enjoy during your visit to Roosevelt Lake.

ATTRACTIONS NEAR ROOSEVELT LAKE, AZ

THINGS TO DO AT ROOSEVELT LAKE

Arizona Trail

Credit:  Roosevelt Lake Marina

Take a hike along the famous Arizona Trail and experience Arizona as you have never seen it before.

Camping

Credit:  Cameron Davis

Roosevelt Lake has many different camping options for your trip.

Marina &

Store

Credit:  Roosevelt Lake Marina

House your boat, get a beverage, have something to eat or just sit back and enjoy the view.  The Roosevelt Lake Marina is the place to start your adventure.  Find boats and gear to rent.  They even have a floating hotel that you can rent during your stay.

Bird Watching

Credit:  Roosevelt Lake Marina

Discover the many beautiful fowls of the air that call Roosevelt Lake Home.

Fishing

Credit:  WIld West Bass Trail

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

Roosevelt Lake Visitor Center

Credit:  Cameron Davis

The rear patio presents a spectacular view of the lake. The center has several artifacts from the Salado culture. On exhibit are examples of storage pottery made and used by the people who inhabited this area more than 600 years ago.

Boating

Credit:  Cameron Davis

Time to get the boat out and enjoy some water fun and relax.

Hiking

Credit:   Arizona Hiking

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

Tonto National 
Monument

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Colorful pottery, woven cotton cloth, and other artifacts tell a story of people living and using resources from the northern Sonoran Desert from 1250 to 1450 CE.  Walk where they walked and discover the ancient cliff dwellings and historical information.