Arizona - Boating Opportunities Abound in these State Parks
July 1, 2016
PHOENIX - Looking for weekend plans? Come cast a line in one of the quiet fishing coves at an Arizona State Park lake! Water sport enthusiasts will appreciate the clear, blue waters ideal for skiing, tubing, and Boating on the open water.
WHAT: Arizona State Parks with boat launch ramps.
WHERE: Alamo Lake State Park- Has two paved boat ramps to launch motorized and
Buckskin Mountain State Park- Has a two-lane launch ramp for motorized and on-motorized watercraft.
Cattail Cove State Park- Has a spacious four lane boat ramp with accommodations for any size boat. For boats longer than 35', call ahead to get permission from the rangers to launch from the ramp. Motorized and non-motorized boats may launch.
Lake Havasu State Park- Offers two boat ramps as well as a personal watercraft (PWC)
ramp. The park also offers boat and PWC rentals. Motorized and non-motorized boats may launch at any ramp.
River Island State Park- Has a three-lane boat launch. A concession store is located
½ mile south of the park on Highway 95 and has non-motorized watercraft rentals available.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park- Boat ramp and launch dock available at the east lagoon.
Launch ramp available for both motorized and non-motorized watercraft.
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area- Offers a single-lane boat launch ramp available
on the east and west sides of the lake. Maximum of 10 H.P. gasoline engines are allowed. Motorized and non-motorized watercrafts are welcome to launch at any ramp.
Lyman Lake State Park- Has two boat ramps at the park. One is a doublewide lane
and the other is a single lane. There are no restrictions on boat sizes. Motorized and non-motorized watercrafts may be launched from either ramp.
Roper Lake State Park- Has one boat ramp. Gas motors are not permitted on the lake.
Non-motorized watercrafts may launch from the boat ramp.
WHEN: Availability varies with each park. Check park operating schedules here .