Top 3 Places to Wakeboard in Arizona
Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 April 2015 03:31
Written by skipro
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 10:40
Arizona is known for its arid climate, but luckily for water loving residents and visitors, Arizona also just happens to be home to some of the best wakeboarding lakes in the country. Here is a quick peek at our top three picks for where to wakeboard when in Arizona.
If you like a long hot boating season, this is the place to come. Lake Mead is know for its size where fishers, boaters, swimmers, hikers and sightseers can come to enjoy this fresh water lake. Lake mead offers house boats, and camping areas for any size group. For more information on Lake Mead, click here.
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Considered by many to be the ultimate water sports, fishing, boating, and hiking vacation. Lake Powell is one lake that almost everyone must visit. Known also as Glen Canyon it is 186 miles long with a shore line of 1,986 miles. The crystal clear water and red sand stone rock make it the perfect place for all your outdoor activities. Lake Powell has countless canyons to make you can fine smooth water to wakeboard, wake skate, wake surf, knee board, and more. More information here.
This lake is 45 miles long, just imagine the possibilities of getting your own place on the lake to throw down your favorite wakeboard tricks, first shove-it on the wake skate, or 360 on the wakesurf. Lake Havasu offers all the amenities for a great vacation including boating, fishing, camping, hiking and more. More on Lake Havasu here.
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Note: Post originally published May 2012. It’s one of our most popular posts ever, so here it is again!