About Roosevelt Lake Day Use and Camping Areas
[Roosevelt Lake](http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_MEDIA/fseprd523614.jpg) Roosevelt Lake is a beautiful body of water set in the desert. There is a migratory waterfowl (including Canada geese) and raptors (including bald eagles and osprey) that use the lake during the fall and winter. Small isolated islands and coves offer outstanding opportunities for camping and relaxing in the unique Sonoran Desert. Both Non-Motorized and Motorized boats are allowed at Roosevelt for maximum enjoyment of the water.
Drive In, Boat In
USDA Forest Service
Roosevelt Lake Day Use and Camping Areas is located in Arizona
From Mesa: Take State Hwy. 87 (Beeline Highway) north for about 60 miles to the junction of State Hwy. Turn right and follow State Hwy. 188 for 26 miles to the lake. The entire route is paved. From Globe area: Take State Hwy. 188 northwest 27 miles to the lake. The entire route is paved.
1 Review of Roosevelt Lake Day Use and Camping Areas
First to Review
Get there early for the best spots. Was able to camp in the water and wake up to playing on the water. Night fishing is good as well.