Is Canyon Lake Open 2021?
Area Status: Open
This lake is stocked regularly with catchable rainbow trout. A few, large brown trout remain in the lake from stockings years ago. Visitors to Woods Canyon Lake can enjoy a picnic area (fee), restrooms, and a boat ramp.
Is there bears in Bear Canyon Lake?
Wildlife managers with Game and Fish were able to find and capture the bear near the lake and the Bear Canyon Lake campground remains open. Bear Canyon Lake is located 15 to 20 miles northwest of Forest Lakes, at the western edge of the Black Mesa Ranger District.
Can you swim in Bear Canyon?
Bear Canyon Trail Camp is a primitive hike-in Forest Service campground in the scenic mountains north of Los Angeles. The tree covered campground is set in Bear Canyon, with access to swimming holes in the creek that runs through the bottom of the canyon.
Are there alligators in Canyon Lake?
It is not impossible for alligators to live in Canyon Lake. Before Canyon Dam was built, the Guadalupe River ran murky and warmer than it does today. Stories exist of alligators living in the warmer waters of the river, but no one has seen them in years now that the river runs colder and clearer.
How much does it cost to camp at Woods Canyon Lake?
At a Glance
|Operational Hours:||Woods Canyon Group Campground is open annually from May 1 through Mid-October|
|Fees||Group site non-electric $230 per night, includes 120 people and 30 vehicles. |
|Best Season:||Generally May 1 to September 30|
Can you shoot at Bear Canyon Lake?
No fires will be permitted when fire restrictions are in effect for the Apache-Sitgreaves Forest. At an elevation of 7,560, Bear Canyon Lake consists of 60 surface acres with a maximum depth of 50 feet. Because of its depth, this lake has no water quality problems.
Is Bear Canyon Lake frozen?
Bear Canyon Lake may partially or completely ice over throughout the winter; anglers should use caution and check recent weather reports when ice fishing. During a normal winter, vehicle access to Black Canyon Lake is impossible due to heavy snow and road closures.
Does Payson have bears?
The area north of Mount Ord and the area surrounding Payson provide some of the best habitat in the state and has one of the highest densities of black bears. Bear attacks are rare with only 10 documented attacks in Arizona since 1990, although three have occurred in the past month.