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  Adobe Dam Regional Park  County Park     Agency: Maricopa County P&R
623 465-0431
23280 N 43rd Ave
Glendale  AZ
Notes model planes, scale train park, kart  track, water park, golf course 1526 acres                Last Update  8 /23/2006

  Alamo Lake SP  State Park                          AZ SP       928 669-2088
PO Box 38
Wendon  AZ    85357
camping, fishing, boat rental in desert lake

  Alamo Lake  US Army Corps of Engineers       USACE

    This Corps lake is managed by Arizona State Parks.  Alamo

    Lake is one of the best bass lakes in Arizona.  Also, the area has

    good wildlife viewing opportunities.


 Alchesay-Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery Complex

  Fish and Wildlife Service      FWS

  e-mail  (520) 338-4901

  P.O. Box 398

  Whiteriver   AZ  85941

    This is a two-station hatchery complex consisting of the Alchesay  and the Williams Creek National Fish Hatcheries. They are located on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in east central Arizona.

  Amity Park  City Park       Agency: Eagar
Eagar  AZ
Notes tennis     Last Update  6 /2 /2006


  Apache Creek Wilderness  WILD


  College of Forestry and Conservation, Wilderness Institute

    The Apache Creek Wilderness now contains a total of 5,666  acres and is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. All of the wilderness is in the state of Arizona.

  Apache Lake  Bureau of Reclamation      BOR  602-225-5200

  Tonto National Forest

  2324 E. McDowall Road

  Phoenix  AZ  85545

    Formed by Horse  Mesa Dam, Apache Lake is long and narrow


  Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest  USDA Forest Service  US FS

  e-mail  520-333-4301

  309 South Mountain Avenue

  P.O. Box 640

  Springerville  AZ  85938

    The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests encompass two million acres of magnificent mountain country in east-central Arizona and New Mexico.  The Apache side was named for the tribes that settled in this area

  reserve now


  Agua Fria National Monument  Bureau of Land Management      BLM



  2015 W. Deer Valley Rd.

  Phoenix   AZ  85027

    Adjacent to rapidly expanding communities, the 71,000-acre Agua Fria National Monument is approximately 40 miles  north of central Phoenix. The monument encompasses two mesas and the  canyon of the Agua Fria River.


  Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness     Bureau of Land Management   BLM

  e-mail  (928)348-4400

  711 14th Ave.
  Safford AZ        85546

    The perennial waters of Aravaipa Creek have carved a scenic

    canyon through the Sonoran Desert at the northern end of the

    Galiuro Mountains in southeastern Arizona. 19,700 acres

  Arizona Game &  Fish Dept  State Agency      AZ F&F       602 942-3000
2221 W Greenway Road
Phoenix  AZ    85023     


  Arizona Natural Resources Division  State Agency   Arizona Public Lands
e-mail       602 417-9300
222 North Central Ave, Suite 101
Phoenix AZ    85004


  Arizona State Parks  State Agency         AZ SP  602 542-4174                800 285-3703
1300 W Washington
Phoenix    AZ
Last Update    2 /25/2004



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