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Goldwater Lake

Goldwater Lake was named for Morris Goldwater, a longtime mayor who served Prescott. There are two lakes here. Upper Goldwater Lake and Lower.
Upper Goldwater Lake is open to the public. This lake is maintained by the City of Prescott Parks and Recreation Department.
Park facilities include picnicking, volleyball, horseshoes, covered ramadas, playgrounds and more.
I recommend either Goldwater or Lynx, for an easy place to catch a fish. Try meal worms at Goldwater, fished with a bobber, a foot off the bottom.
 

  • Habitat
    Ponderosa Pine Forest
  • Boating
    Electric and paddle
  • Elevation
    6000
  • Size
    25 acres
  • Depth
    10'
  • Fish
    Largemouth bass, bluegill, sunfish, crappie, channel catfish and trout stocked during cooler temps.
    State-record bluegill (nearly 4 pounds) caught at Goldwater Lake in 2004.
  • Hiking
    Several established trails in this area and around the lake.  
  • Other
    Fee required.
    Busy in summer. Canoe and kayak rentals available from
    Prescott Outdoors.com

 


   

   



 

   
 

 

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