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Lake Arivaca

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Basics
Location:
25 miles northwest of Nogales; 55 miles southwest of Tucson
Size:
90 acres
Elevation:
3800 feet

Description

Lake Arivaca is a small lake in the Coronado National Forest a few miles southeast of the town of Arivaca.

To get there from Tucson drive south on I-19 about 52 miles to exit 48 - Amado. Drive west about 25 miles to the town of Arivaca. The lake is about 5 miles south of town.

Please note that only electric motors are allowed.

Fish:
Bass
Largemouth Bass
Catfish
Location:
25 miles northwest of Nogales; 55 miles southwest of Tucson
Size:
90 acres
Elevation:
3800
Water Activities
  • Fishing

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