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Willow Lake

  In 1935 the Willow Lake Dam was constructed along Willow Creek. The city of Prescott purchased Willow Lake from the Chino Valley Irrigation District in 1998. Now it is managed by the Prescott Parks Department. Within this unique park one can visit the natural areas or established park facilities. Willow can get windy at times and makes a great sailing lake.
  • Habitat
    Riparian, grassland, bolder fields, City Park.
  • Boating
    Electric/paddle only.
    Popular sailing lake.
  • Elevation
  • Size
    450 acres
  • Depth
  • Fish
    Largemouth bass, bluegill, sunfish, crappie, channel catfish,
  • Hiking
    Several established trails around the lake
  • Other
    Willow Lake is excellent for birding and wildlife viewing. Facilities include ball fields, swings and other city park facilities. Big smart bass live in Willow!
    Please practice catch and release when you catch one. Canoe and kayak rentals available in summer.









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