Arizona Regulations

Prior to fishing at these lakes, make sure that you have the appropriate licenses and are familiar with the governing agency's boating, fishing, and/or hunting regulations for that particular lake or area.

Arizona Game & Fish
(602) 942-3000
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  • Mormon Lake(Map #5)

    Located 29 miles southeast of Flagstaff, Mormon Lake is the largest natural lake in Arizona, however during droughts it's frequently not so large, and not so much a lake. Occasionally it's even bone dry.
    Coconino National Forest
    1824 S. Thompson St.
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001
    (928) 527-3600
    ➠ Directions (Google Map)


    Boating Camping Fishing
    Hiking Mountain Biking Windsurfing
    Snowmobiling Cross Country Skiing
    Boating, camping, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, windsurfing, with winter snowmobile and cross-country skiing.


    Two developed campgrounds: Dairy Springs and Double Springs Campgrounds with tables, fire rings, cooking grills, drinking water, and vault toilets at the campgrounds during open season which is May to September. Hiking trails nearby and equipment rentals at Mormon Lake Village.
    Camping Restrooms Drinking water


    Campsites fees required.
    Fishing license is required from the Arizona Game and Fish.


    The lake is periodically stocked with trout.

    Fishing License

    Arizona Game & Fish
    (602) 942-3000

    Water Recreation

    Motorized Boating Wind surfing
    Water recreation includes fishing and motorized boating (no motor size limit) and windsurfing when enough water is present.