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Here are the 6 lakes we have listed within USA > Southwest > Arizona > West Coast - compared by Highest Altitude/Elevation.

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Lake Name Elevation in feet Lake Description
Alamo Lake
(Arizona, USA)
1,125 Alamo Lake is an outdoor person's wonderland with great fishing, a unique Sonoran desert landscape and a plethora of desert animals. Wildlife viewing is superb with quail, wild burro, deer, squirrels, bald eagles, golden eagles and an infrequent mountain lion just some of the visitors. Remote Alamo ...
Lake Mead
(Arizona, USA / Nevada, USA)
1,125 Lake Mead Pictures Lake Mead is the USA's largest man-made reservoir in amount of water it can hold. Although Lake Powell is marginally larger in acreage at full-pond, Lake Mead holds more water by volume and thus is considered the larger of the two. In the size of their surfaces, both are dwarfed by Lake Sakakawea and ...
Lake Mohave
(Arizona, USA / Nevada, USA)
647 Lake Mohave Pictures Lake Mohave is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado River that spans 28,260 acres. It is a part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and was created by the construction of Davis Dam to capture water releases upstream from Hoover Dam. The 64-mile long reservoir runs along the Arizona/Nevada state ...
Willow Lake
(Arizona, USA)
457 Located west of Mojave National Park in Arizona's West Coast Region is Willow Lake, a small western lake that is part of Goose Lake, Topock Marsh, Beal Lake and Topock Bay. All interconnected, these lakes make up a significant outdoor recreation area for Arizona. Activities include fishing, hunting, ...
Lake Havasu
(Arizona, USA / California, USA)
445 Lake Havasu Pictures Lake Havasu's 20,400 acres, formed behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, is a boating paradise. Around Lake Havasu City, the most recognizable sight is the London Bridge, completely moved from Great Britain to this unlikely location. Robert McCulloch (of McCulloch chainsaw fame) bought the bridge ...
Martinez Lake
(Arizona, USA)
200 Also known as: Lake Martinez
Located 35 miles north of Yuma in Arizona's West Coast Region, Martinez Lake is a 640-acre freshwater lake that was created in 1955 as a fishing camp. Controlled by the Bureau of Reclamation, it is now a year-round resort that welcomes winter snowbirds, sightseers, fishermen, boaters, water skiers, ...

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