Patagonia Lake

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Patagonia Lake
Location Santa Cruz County, Arizona, United States
Coordinates 31°29′37″N 110°51′20″W / 31.49361°N 110.85556°W / 31.49361; -110.85556Coordinates: 31°29′37″N 110°51′20″W / 31.49361°N 110.85556°W / 31.49361; -110.85556
Type reservoir
Primary inflows Sonoita Creek
Basin countries United States
Surface area 260 acres (110 ha)
Average depth 90 ft (27 m)
Surface elevation 4,050 ft (1,230 m)
Settlements Patagonia

Patagonia Lake is a man-made reservoir in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, located southwest of the town of Patagonia, Arizona and northeast of Nogales.[1] The lake was created by damming Sonoita Creek,[2] and is a popular area for boating and sport fishing. Facilities are maintained by Arizona State Parks as part of Patagonia Lake State Park.

Fish species

References

  1. ^ "Patagonia Lake State Park". DesertUSA.com. 
  2. ^ "Patagonia Lake, Arizona". Recreation Resource Management. 

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