The lake is part of the town's water supply, so no swimming allowed.... read more ›
The lake provides a great base for activities like fishing, viewing waterfalls, hiking and backpacking. Lake Mary receives the highest number of trout stocks in the Mammoth Lakes Basin, and is well-known to anglers for its rainbow, brook and brown trout fishing. No swimming or wading is allowed in the lake.... see more ›
Swimming is allowed in all lakes in the Mammoth Lakes Basin. The Twin Lakes are the lowest of all the lakes (at an elevation of 8500 feet). Continuing up Lake Mary Road, you'll also find Lake Mary, Lake George, Lake Mamie, and Horseshoe Lake.... see details ›
- June Lake Beach. 13.8 mi. Beaches. ...
- Horseshoe Lake. 4.0 mi. Lakes. ...
- Twin Lakes. 3.2 mi. 36 reviews. ...
- McCleod Lake. 2.4 mi. Hiking, Fishing, Lakes. ...
- Hot Creek Ranch. 9.9 mi. Fishing, Lakes. ...
- Lake Mary. 3.2 mi. Lakes. ...
- June Lake. 13.5 mi. 74 reviews. ...
- Gull Lake. 12.9 mi. Lakes.
The largest lake in the Mammoth Lakes Basin, Mary is located at an elevation of 8,910 feet and is a mile long, a half-mile wide, covers 140 acres and is 114 feet at its deepest.... view details ›
- Flagstaff Ranger District. ...
- Lake Mary Recreation Corridor. ...
- Mogollon Rim Ranger District. ...
- C.C. Cragin (Blue Ridge) Reservoir.
- Red Rock Ranger District. ...
- Fossil Creek. ...
- Oak Creek Canyon. ...
- Grasshopper Point Swimming & Picnic Area.
Lake Mary, a man-made body of water, was created less than a year after a dam was built in a shallow valley south of Flagstaff. Remnants of a temporary sawmill and living quarters can be seen in this March 1905 photograph of the lake, which measured half a mile wide, 6 miles long and 28 feet deep.... see details ›
The Lake Mary Marina is a launch spot on the north shore and has kayak, SUP, and fishing boat rentals. Phone: (760) 934-5353.... see details ›
Horseshoe Lake is the only lake in the Mammoth Lakes basin where swimming is allowed. This 7 mile loop trail traverses both pavement and single track around the banks of Horseshoe Lake.... view details ›
June Lake Beach
The shore is shallow, perfect for swimming, floating, or even launching a kayak or paddleboard. You can also fish from the shore, making it a fun spot for the whole family. To access the beach, go to the Oh Ridge campgrounds.... see details ›
#7 Lake Mary, east of Flagstaff
The former is quite small and not very popular for swimming- fishing, kayaking, and picnicking are more popular activities than swimming. However, Upper Lake Mary does sees the crowds when the weather is nice, despite the fact that it is twelve miles to the east of Flagstaff.... view details ›
Mammoth Pool Reservoir's current water temperature is 71°F.... see more ›
Lake Swimming in Convict Lake
Convict Lake is an ideal location for open-water swimming, with easy access, terrific views, and plenty of room for long-distance workouts.... see more ›
Area Status: Open
Upper Lake Mary is the largest of Flagstaff's twin lakes. This long, narrow reservoir is especially popular with power boaters and water skiers because there is no motor size limit on it.... see details ›
Lower Lake Mary usually is just a very small pond, however, currently there is some water in it. Every 10 years or so, Lower Lake Mary gets so much water it actually will flood the housing area on the back side of the lake, Lake Mary Meadows.... read more ›
Lake Mary is the largest lake in the Mammoth Lakes Basin at over 1 mile wide. Lake Mary is a popular location for lakeside camping, paddling, sailing, and fishing, and its marina offers a range of boat rentals and fishing tackle.... see more ›
This is hidden away, most people know of Duranbah Beach, this beach is just as special and well worth checking out.... see details ›
The lake is open year-round and nominal fees are charged during peak use which is typically May through Mid-October. Water surface can vary significantly depending upon annual rainfall and winter snow-melt. We suggest calling the Ranger District at (928) 526-0866 and inquire about current water level.... view details ›
This ordinance, which falls under the Parks & Recreation section, prohibits swimming or wading in any lake located within the Williams city limits. Cataract Lake, Kaibab Lake, Dogtown Lake, Buckskinner (Third Dam) and Santa Fe Reservoirs are all within the city limits.... see details ›
The distance between Lake Mary and Walt Disney World is 29 miles. The road distance is 41.9 miles.... view details ›
Fish: Crappie, Sunfish, Catfish, Pike, Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Bass, and Yellow Perch.... continue reading ›
The lake provides a great base for activities like fishing, viewing waterfalls, hiking and backpacking. Two pets are allowed per site. Pets must be leashed.... continue reading ›
At Lake Mary Marina, we offer rentals of pontoon boats, motorboats, kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddle boards.... see more ›
Bring your own watercraft, or easily rent one when you get here. For kayak, canoe and stand up paddleboard rentals in Mammoth Lakes, try Pokonobe Resort and Marina, Lake Mary Marina, or Tamarack Lodge.... continue reading ›
At a Glance.
|Current Conditions:||Open. Campfire only in provided campfire ring.|
|Operated By:||Concessionaire: Inyo Recreation www.clm-services.com|
- Crown King Area (Horsethief Basin) ...
- Horsethief Boating Site / Day Use Area.
- Granite Basin Recreation Area. ...
- Granite Basin Boating Site.
- Playa Picnic Site.
- Lynx Lake Recreation Area. ...
- Lynx Lake - North Shore Picnic Site.
- Lynx Lake - South Shore Boat Ramp.
Swimming is permitted at almost all lakes in Jasper. The only thing stopping you is the icy cold temperature of the water! Some of the best places for swimming in Jasper are Lake Annette Beach, Edith Lake, and Horseshoe Lake, which is known for cliff diving.... see details ›
No dogs are allowed in the water.... read more ›
Historically, there has been a high level of bear activity at June Lake Campground. A bear-proof locker is located at each site at June Lake Campground. All food and scented items must be stored in the lockers.... read more ›
It's longer and a little more strenuous than you think but SO worth the trip. Gorgeous falls with a swimmable pool at the base. Lots of people so go early or late.... continue reading ›read more ›
There are many amenities that you can engage in at Lake Mary including kayaking, sail boating, canoeing and of course paddle boarding! With temperatures only reaching in the high 80's you can enjoy this lake all summer long!... read more ›
Whether you call it frozen over, or iced with snow on top yes that happens.... read more ›
Q: How did Mormon Lake Lodge get its name? A: Mormon Lake itself was founded by Mormon Sheepherders hence the Mormon Lake part. Mormon Lake was originally called Tombler's Lodge and then changed to match the surrounding area.... see details ›
The risk for mosquito activity is extremely high. Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants when spending time outdoors to prevent bites. The risk for mosquito activity is high.... see more ›
Swimming in Pools in Mammoth Lakes
There is a nominal fee per person. The pool is open to the public from early May (lap swim only until mid-June) through late August. For more information and a detailed schedule, call the Town of Mammoth Lakes Recreation Department at 760-934-8989 ext.... see details ›
Seasons Accessible. The area is accessible all year round. If the gate for the road down to the parking area is closed, you can park on the road and walk in. Swimming is best in summer, July through September, but fishing and hiking is good all year long.... read more ›
Four lakes are located in the region and all of them make for a cool swim on a warm summer day! Twin Lakes, Lake Mary, Lake Mamie, Lake George, and Horseshoe Lake are all easy to drive to and to allow for a relaxing swim. You can also hike around these lakes for a longer stay at these aquatic wonderlands.... view details ›
Emerald Lake itself is very small and not great for swimming. You could swim here, but it's pretty green and a bit scummy, so I personally wouldn't get in the water, especially when there are so many great swimming spots around Lake Mary and the other lakes in the basin!... read more ›
Lake Swimming in McLeod Lake ▣
McLeod Lake offers a great introduction to open-water swimming in subalpine lakes. The water is crystal clear, shallow near the shore but gradually becoming very deep—and much colder—in the middle.... read more ›
Among other things Lake Mary is known for its well planned residential communities, excellent schools, prominent businesses including outstanding restaurants, and a variety of shopping opportunities. The crime rate in Lake Mary is one of the lowest in Florida thanks to our pro-active, community based Police Department.... read more ›
2) Yes, overnight parking is allowed if you are backpacking or staying at the chalets.... continue reading ›
Lake Mary The largest of the lakes, Lake Mary can be fished successfully from shore, but bushes make some parts difficult to access. Float tubes are popular here. Especially good spots are along the east shore near the inlet from Lake George and all along the northern end.... see details ›
|Lake Region||Orlando Ridge (Region 7521)|
|USGS Quarter Quad||LAKE JESSAMINE ( NE )|
History. Lake Mary was named after Mary Sundell, the wife of Reverend J.F. Sundell, who settled on the northern shores of the lake. Lake Mary started as a village of two tiny settlements called Bent's Station (located on the north shore of Crystal Lake) and Belle Fontaine.... see more ›
At a Glance.
|Current Conditions:||Closing is at 6 p.m.|
|Operated By:||Flagstaff Ranger District 928-526-0866|
1. Lake George – Accessible by Car and Trail. First on our list is the beautiful Lake George. This body of water sits below the iconic Crystal Crag, which is a unique rocky formation of Mammoth that tops out at a whopping 10, 364 ft elevation.... view details ›
The current owners took possession in 1982. Convict Lake and Creek are so named as the result of an AMBUSH encounter here September 17, 1871, when a group of inmates escaped from prison in Carson City. Sheriff George Hightower eventually caught up with the convicts and a shoot out took place.... see more ›
The Mammoth Lakes Basin is a large glacial cirque basin that was carved by the grinding movement of glacial ice and rocks entrained within the ice. The lakes in the lower basin, including Lake Mary, Lake George, and Horseshoe Lake, fill depressions in glacial moraine deposits.... see more ›
#7 Lake Mary, east of Flagstaff
The former is quite small and not very popular for swimming- fishing, kayaking, and picnicking are more popular activities than swimming. However, Upper Lake Mary does sees the crowds when the weather is nice, despite the fact that it is twelve miles to the east of Flagstaff.... see details ›
Fish: Crappie, Sunfish, Catfish, Pike, Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Bass, and Yellow Perch.... see more ›
Learn To Swim | Swimming Confidence For Beginners - YouTube... continue reading ›