Patagonia Lake
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Jacob's Review:
   You can rent rowing boats and there is a neat kids bridge - it goes really high!

Dad's Notes:
   This lake is 2.5 miles long and supports waerskiiing and jetsking on half he lake - the other half the lake reserved for fisherman and small watercraft. Ihe lake includes a beach, marina (with boat rentals, fish liscence, ice and supplies), many picnic areas (some with tables, grills and shade), camping areas to include RV sites (no longer than 35’).

   In the Summer there is no water skiing during the weekends, in fact the lake closes when it is full to capacity - call before you go.

   No glass or pets on beach. Bring your own wood, no off roading. The good hiking is up the creek (See Sonoita Creek Preserve). Fishing is for Bass, catfish, crappie of course and even trout in the winter. To really enjoy your camping - go on weekdays.


Admission (subject to change):
About $7 car or $1 for Bikes.
Camping runs $15 real or $22 RV
No Off roading

Phone Numbers:

Hours(subject to change):
Day Use: 4a - 11p
No pets on beach - park fills up so go early!


Drive Directions:
From Tucson: About an hour and a half
From Sierra Vista: About an hour and a half
From Tucson I-10 East to Hwy 83 South to Hwy 82 (intersection in Sonoita). Right (west) on Hwy 82 thru Patagonia, 7 miles to the lake.

   Patagonia Lake Bridge by Pete Kulicki Thanks Pete!

   Southern Arizona Area Event CalendarNogales, AZ area Calender of Events

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Jacob Tip:   Going to the lake is what being a kid is all about, or if you are a grown up you get to be a kid for a day!
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