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Hawley Lake

At 8,175 ft., Hawley Lake is one of Arizona's highest lakes. With scenery and views that are sure to please, Hawley Lake offers camping, cabins, fishing, boat rentals, and cool summer weather. A welcome relief for those seeking to escape hot summer conditions.

Hawley Lake is actually a man-made reservoir, which is owned and operated by the White Mountain Apache Indian Tribe. The lake is stocked with Rainbow, Brown, Brook and Apache trout. The Apache trout is native to the White Mountains. A fishing license from the Ft. Apache Indian Reservation is necessary.

Location: Eastern Arizona. Midway between Hondah and Springerville/Eager. Take 260 to 473 and follow it south to Hawley Lake.

Weather: Note due to elevation and location, visitors should be prepared for conditions. Winter weather can be severe here. Arizona's coldest temperatures -40 F/-40 C have been recorded here.


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