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Lyman Lake State Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

11 US-180, St Johns, AZ 85936, USA

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About Lyman Lake State Park

Lyman Lake is one of the few bodies of water in northeastern Arizona with no size restrictions on boats. Created as an irrigation reservoir by damming the Little Colorado River, Lyman Lake State Park is a 1,200-acre park that encompasses the shoreline of a 1,500-acre reservoir at an elevation of 6,000 feet. The State Parks and Recreation Department maintains year-round visitor amenities. A wide variety of watercraft are also authorized in the park such as canoes, kayaks, and jet skis.


Attractions Near Lyman Lake State Park

Lyman Reservoir
Lyman Reservoir1.29km from Lyman Lake State Park

The Lyman Reservoir is the largest lake in the region. Lyman Lake State Park, is located in and administered by the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, attracts anglers, as well as campers and water skiers year-round.The State Parks and Recreation Department maintains year-round visitor amenities. Due to the vast size of Lyman Lake, there are no restrictions on boat sizes. A wide variety of watercraft are also authorized in the park such as canoes, kayaks, and jet skis.

Becker Lake
Becker Lake23.53km from Lyman Lake State Park

Becker Lake is a 35 acre lake located in Calumet County. It has a maximum depth of 52.5 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing. The lake is stocked with sub-catchable rainbow trout twice a year and many of these fish survive the winter, reaching a good size the following spring. The lake has a boat ramp, dirt parking and barrier-free restroom. The Department has developed two hiking trails through the Wildlife Area.

Concho Lake
Concho Lake24.97km from Lyman Lake State Park

Concho Lake is an irrigation reservoir situated in the town of Concho, in the eastern Arizona grasslands at 6,300 feet. It is a small, shallow, weedy lake. It has 60 acres with a maximum depth of 16 feet and an average depth of 6 feet. A small watershed and nearby spring feed the lake. Following current management plans, the Arizona Game and Fish stocks catchable-sized rainbow trout during spring months.

Casa Malpais Archaeological Park & Museum
Casa Malpais Archaeological Park & Museum26.45km from Lyman Lake State Park

Casa Malpaís is an archaeological site of the Ancestral Puebloans located near the town of Springerville, Arizona. The site is a nationally recognized archaeological site. The site features an ancient staircase, a Great Kiva, a solar calendar, and rock art. The museum features an introductory video with commentary by Zuni and Hopi elders and an interactive guide to artifacts from the site.

Carnero Lake
Carnero Lake30.15km from Lyman Lake State Park

Carnero Lake is a high elevation shallow lake in Apache County, Arizona. Built in 1979, the lake quickly became popular with anglers, to the dismay of downstream water users. Because of the dispute, the Arizona Game and Fish discontinued stocking for many years. In 1999, the Arizona Game and Fish has acquired a major share of the water rights, setting the stage for a new and vigorous trout fishery.

Greer Lakes
Greer Lakes35.97km from Lyman Lake State Park

Greer Lakes is a fishing and scenic destination in Arizona. It is an iconic destination for a day trip and also there are so many things to see and feel and also fishing is possible here. There are paths in and around the lakes that would appeal to day hikers, photographers, and mountain bikers.

Where is Lyman Lake State Park

Discover More Attractions in Apache County, Where Lyman Lake State Park Is Located

Apache County
Apache County
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Apache County is located in the northeast corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. Most of the county is occupied by part of the federally recognized Navajo Nation and the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, respectively. It also contains part of Petrified Forest National Park. Canyon de Chelly National Monument is entirely within the county and within the boundaries of the Navajo Nation.

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