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CELEBRATE AZ WATER WITH US AT SAGUARO LAKE

Saguaro Lake was created on the Salt River by the completion of the Stewart Mountain Dam in 1930. The dam, managed by the Salt River Project, is 212 feet high and 583 feet long, and has a 13,000-kilowatt hydroelectric generator. It was the last dam to be built on the… Read More

CELEBRATE AZ WATER WITH US AT SLIDE ROCK STATE PARK

A. Woods shared this photo where snow melt from the mountains creates a slippery slope of water fun! Click to view larger photo. If you’re looking for a great place to cool off, have fun, and learn about some fascinating Arizona history, you need to plan a summer trip to… Read More

CELEBRATE AZ WATER WITH US AT WATSON LAKE!

S. James shared this photo where water and granite meet! Click to view a larger photo. Watson Lake, located outside of Prescott, AZ was created as a man-made lake and reservoir in the early 1900s when the Arizona Land and Irrigation Company built a dam on Granite Creek. The reservoir was… Read More

CELEBRATE AZ WATER WITH US AT VENTANA CANYON

T. Sansom shared a photo where water and saguaros meet! Click to view larger photo. Ventana Canyon is located in the lower range of the stunning Catalina Mountains in the Tucson area. Snowmelt from the Catalina’s or summer rains feed into creeks, pools, waterfalls, and even a delightful destination called the… Read More

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