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Get your feet wet in Theodore Roosevelt Lake, catch a fish or two, and discover the natural beauty surrounding Roosevelt, Arizona. Learn history by visiting cliff dwellings and relax by a lake with wonderful views.

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When was the last time you truly unplugged and spent time doing absolutely nothing other than casting a line across the lake? If it’s been too long – or hasn’t ever happened – now is the time to make a date with your fishing rod in Roosevelt, Arizona.

The town of Roosevelt lies on the south shore of Theodore Roosevelt Lake, with Tonto National Forest to the northwest and the Superstition Mountains to the south. Imagine yourself relaxing as you gaze at Brown’s Peak to the west until a largemouth bass tugs on your line.

When you’re ready to venture out for more exploration, you’ll find Tonto National Monument. Wear sturdy shoes since some hiking is in store to see all there is to see, including cliff dwellings. Return to town and rent a boat for an outing on the lake, then settle in for the night in a nearby campsite in Bermuda Flats.

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28097 AZ-188 | Roosevelt, AZ | (602) 225-5395 |

County It all started How High? Head Count
Gila 2,151ft 28

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