Lake Arrowhead State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 71
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 52
About: The park offers fishing and is a participant in the "Loan A Tackle Program" (the park lends out fishing tackle to it's visitors); lake swimming on unsupervised beach; water skiing; disc golf; picnicking; camping; nature study; hiking; horseback riding, boating.
Facilities include restrooms with and without showers; picnic sites with shade; campsites (with water nearby); campsites with water and electricity (50 amp); a group picnic pavilion in the equestrian area (capacity 125), a walk-in group primitive area (capacity 40) about 50 yards from parking at the edge of the road (one fire ring; .6 miles to the lake), the group dining hall has a full stove with oven, refrigerator, microwave, central heat and air, and restrooms (capacity 50), ; 18-hole disc (frisbee) golf course; 5 miles of trails; a trailer dump station; a concrete launching ramp; lighted fishing piers; fish-cleaning shelters - one at the boat ramp, and one at the fishing pier; a floating boat dock; and a day-use horseback riding area (300 acres with potable water and restrooms). There are 4 equestrian campsites with water, electricity (50 amp), a picnic table, a fire ring, a tie rail, a corral and 4 covered stalls.
The land surrounding the lake is generally semiarid, gently rolling prairie, much of which has been covered by mesquite in recent decades. Lake Arrowhead State Park is home to a Black-tailed Prairie Dog "town", Waterfowl and wading birds are common park visitors and residents. Popular fish include crappie, perch, catfish, and bass.
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