With a variety of species fishing is good year round. Canyon offers largemouth bass, walleye, yellow bass, rainbow trout, crappie and channel catfish. The full-service marina includes a campground, a restaurant, boat rentals, two boat ramps and even boat repairs and everyone treats each other like family.
Two miles down the road from the marina is the Tortilla Flat Campground. It is open from October through April and includes over seventy camping spots with sewage and water hookups. By water you can travel three miles up the lake to the Point Campground. This campground is open year round at no charge but is limited to three spaces, so arriving early could be critical if you want to camp there.
Canyon Lake has a few day use sites, the Acacia Picnic Site, the Palo Verde Recreation Site and the Boulder Creek Recreation Site. Each site has picnic areas and restroom facilities, perfect for a picnic at the lake! All the sites are available at no charge, just make sure to bring your Tonto Pass
The Dolly Steamboat is a great way to experience Canyon Lake. You are able to kickback and tour around the lake as your captain narrates the legends, lore and the mysteries that lie in the Superstition Mountains. Choose from several cruises including sunset, lunch and dinner cruises.
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