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Lynx Lake

 Lynx Lake is one of the most popular recreation areas in central Arizona. Mild weather, the cool ponderosa pine forest, trout fishing, boating, mountain hiking, horseback riding, gold panning, archaeological sites, and bird watching are popular. The lake attracts eagles and osprey. Lynx Lake was formed in 1952 by building a dam on Lynx Creek.
  • Habitat
    Ponderosa Pine
  • Boating
    Electric and paddle only
  • Elevation
    5600
  • Size
    55 acres
  • Depth
    70'
  • Fish
    Large crappie population (small fish), sunfish, bass, trout.
  • Hiking
    Great trail system around the lake and many others nearby.
  • Other
     A wide variety of wildlife including osprey, javelina, bald eagles, deer, and great blue herons. Nice campground to stay in. There are many hiking trails nearby. Campgrounds closed in winter. Busy in summer and easy access to other Bradshaw locations. Store and restaurant located on lake.
    Fee required.

 




Boat ramp

   


Picnic areas


   



Lynx Lake Overlook

   
 

 

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