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Lynx Lake is one of the most popular recreation areas in central Arizona. Mild weather, the cool ponderosa pine forest, a serene 55-acre lake, trout fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, archaeological sites, and bird watching...more
U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Bradshaw Ranger Station, 344 South Cortez Street, Prescott, AZ 86303
All reviews german restaurant paddle boats great camping west side easy hike recreation area bald eagles paved path close to town the north end ponderosa pines pine trees hiking trails picnic tables forest service parking area on wednesdays
Great area for hiking, picnics, RVs, & bald eagle sightings- fishing & boating as well. Quaint German restaurant nearby nestled amongst the ponderosa pines. Lots of birdlife-great blue herons, geese, ducks and bald eagles. A delightful place in the high Sonoran desert at one mile...More
A very nice lake. camping adjacent to lake. Now closed for 5 weeks due to it
being a Federal site. Fine for canoes, kayaks, and rowboats. Small sailboats would
also be considered here.
Good ramps for entry to the lake and lots of parking when...More
Not everyone wants to hike around the lake, although it is really fun to do. It's only about two miles, not too challenging, and lots to see. Plenty of places to rest, too, and photo ops everywhere.
But less energetic people will also enjoy Lynx...More
This lake is simple beautiful. You can take a nice hike around the lake, it’s about a couple miles. There’s also a nice picnic area with tables and Barbeque a if you get hungry.
Take your camera along and take some photos.
Response from ThisFamilyTravels | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I drove through the campground loops, but did not see a site directly on the water. Instead, they're elevated with a short hike down to the water's edge. (If you're inquiring regarding your boat, you'd like have to... More
Hi. I drove through the campground loops, but did not see a site directly on the water. Instead, they're elevated with a short hike down to the water's edge. (If you're inquiring regarding your boat, you'd like have to haul it out each night.) Yes, I believe that you can have a Jon Boat. I saw a smaller pontoon boat on the lake, with a motor. Also, there is a marina that rents boats. You may want to give them a call.