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Patagonia Lake State Park

Patagonia Lake and the associated recreation facilities were constructed in the late 1960’s by a group of citizens incorporated as the Lake Patagonia Recreation Association, Inc. (LPRA). The LPRA had completed acquisition of the land on October 3, 1967. A mild climate, the scenic and historic qualities of the Sonoita Creek water shed, and diverse water-related recreational opportunities led to popularity of the lake and facilities that the Association was not prepared for. Recreational uses were immediately successful with camping, boating, water skiing, fishing, picnicking, and swimming as the predominant activities. The LPRA soon recognized that insufficient capital was available to meet the demand, provide for the health and safety requirements of the increasing user base, and make the payments to the Farm Home Administration. Park Entrance Fees: Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults): $10-$15 Individual/Bicycle: $3 Camping Fees: Non-Electric site: $17 Electric site: $25-$28 Cabana or Boat Site: $17-$20

Patagonia lake state park

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400 Patagonia Lake Rd
Patagonia, Arizona 85624

Phone: (520) 287-6965
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