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Lake Pleasant Regional Park Tours

Lake Pleasant Regional Park
With 114 miles of shoreline, the hard thing about a visit to Lake Pleasant Regional Park is making up your mind what to do first. The lake is a great spot for a variety of water sports. Along with a 10-lane boat ramp, Lake Pleasant offers a full-service marina equipped to handle 1,000 boats. Sport fishing is very popular. A nice variety of fish including white bass, largemouth bass, striped bass, channel catfish, and black crappie swim in Lake Pleasant. Wildlife viewing includes Bald Eagles.

But you don’t have to be wet to enjoy Lake Pleasant. With numerous overlooks and seven miles of trails, hiking and biking are popular with visitors. Add 450 picnic sites and parking for 200 vehicles to the list and it’s hard to go wrong. In addition to 165 campsites, there is also a visitor center and a desert education center at Lake Pleasant. 

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Lake Pleasant is located about an hour north of Phoenix. A state-issued license is required for sport fishing. 
Address: Morristown, Arizona, USA 85342, USA
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Private Chartered Party Boat with a Captain in Lake Pleasant

Private Chartered Party Boat with a Captain in Lake Pleasant

We offer the most unique party barge on the lake. Our party barge is a double Decker pink boat the offers a waterslide and high dive with exceptional stereo system equipped for you to play your own music.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$1,375.00
per group
From
$1,375.00
per group
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