Martinez Lake

Located 35 miles north of Yuma in Arizona’s West Coast Region, Martinez Lake is a 640-acre freshwater lake that was created in 1955 as a fishing camp. Controlled by the Bureau of Reclamation, it is now a year-round resort that…

Willow Lake

Located west of Mojave National Park in Arizona’s West Coast Region is Willow Lake, a small western lake that is part of Goose Lake, Topock Marsh, Beal Lake and Topock Bay. All interconnected, these lakes make up a significant outdoor…

Alamo Lake

Alamo Lake is an outdoor person’s wonderland with great fishing, a unique Sonoran desert landscape and a plethora of desert animals. Wildlife viewing is superb with quail, wild burro, deer, squirrels, bald eagles, golden eagles and an infrequent mountain lion…

Lake Havasu

Sunset Over Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu’s 20,400 acres, formed behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, is a boating paradise. Around Lake Havasu City, the most recognizable sight is the London Bridge, completely moved from Great Britain to this unlikely location. Robert McCulloch (of…