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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  • Upper Lake Mary (Map #3)

    Located 16 miles southeast of Flagstaff, Upper Lake Mary is the largest of Flagstaff's twin lakes (Lower Lake Mary is often dry). This long, narrow reservoir is especially popular with power boaters and water skiers because there is no motor size limit on it.
    Coconino National Forest
    1824 S. Thompson St.
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001
    (928) 527-3600
    ➠ Directions (Google Map)


    Boating Camping Climbing
    Fishing Hiking Water Recreation
    Boating, camping, climbing, fishing, hiking, and water recreation such as swimming, waterskiing and windsurfing.


    Camping Boat Ramp
    Restrooms Drinking water
    RV Dump Station Showers
    Two developed campgrounds: Pine Grove and Lake View.

    Pine Grove has fully 46 developed sites (16 handicap-accessible), coin-operated showers, tables, fire rings, cooking grills, drinking water, toilets (flush type, handicap-accessible), and RV dump station.

    Lake View has 30 single unit sites with tables, fire rings and cooking grills, drinking water, three accessible vault type toilets, no utilities or showers.


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


    The lake is stocked with northern pike, channel cat, crappie, and some trout.

    Fishing License

    Arizona Game & Fish
    (602) 942-3000

    Water Recreation

    Motorized Boating Waterskiing
    Canoeing Kayaking Wind surfing
    Water recreation includes fishing and motorized boating (no motor size limit), waterskiing, canoeing, kayaking, and windsurfing.