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San Carlos Lake

San Carlos, Arizona 85550
San Carlos Lake (Visit Arizona) webpage

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Gila County

San Carlos Lake (Gila Co.)
Coordinates: 33.1833931, -110.5140495
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San Carlos Lake–Old San Carlos Monument
Coordinates: 33.2025425, -110.4299522
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San Carlos Lake–Soda Canyon Boat Launch
Coordinates: 33.184587, -110.51913
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Graham County

San Carlos Lake (Graham Co.)
Coordinates: 33.1869128, -110.4407501
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San Carlos Lake–Quail Springs boat ramp
Coordinates: 33.183703, -110.413442
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Pinal County

San Carlos Lake (Pinal Co.)
Coordinates: 33.1809507, -110.467186
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San Carlos Lake–Coolidge Dam (Pinal Co.)
Coordinates: 33.1751014, -110.5264505
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San Carlos Lake–IR 571
Coordinates: 33.1790517, -110.4977075
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San Carlos Lake–IR 576
Coordinates: 33.1750702, -110.4681621
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About San Carlos Lake
San Carlos is one of eight lakes with desert surroundings created by damming rivers in the hills around Phoenix, and like the others, it has quite a dramatic setting. Deep blue waters are framed by gaunt, rocky, cactus-speckled mountains – in this case, the foothills of the Gila, Mescal, and Santa Teresa ranges.

San Carlos Lake lies within the 3,000-square-mile San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, the second largest in the state (after the Navajo), and is subject to tribal regulations – a permit is required for all hiking, fishing, camping, and off-highway driving.

The lake is close to US-70, a main route between Phoenix and Lordsburg, New Mexico, and is reached by IR-3 which loops around the south side, over the dam then north toward the capital town of San Carlos.
From San Carlos Lake (Visit Arizona) webpage