Lakes & Reservoirs in Williams, Arizona
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Lakes & Reservoirs

Buckskinner Lake
This scenic lake is located one mile south of Williams, and is stocked with trout. The adjacent park provides picnic tables and fire rings.
FishingPicnic tableHandicapped AccessFire rings

Cataract Lake
Cataract lake is stocked with rainbow and brown trout and also has some channel cat as well. There are two nearby campgrounds.
FishingRV campingTent campingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingFire ringsBoat launchArea hostPicnic tableToiletsPotable drinking waterTrash

Dogtown Lake
Dogtown Lake is a medium-sized body of water is surrounded by trees. Species of fish visitors might find in this reservoir include rainbow trout, brown trout, largemouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, and sunfish.
FishingRV campingTent campingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingPotable drinking waterFees are chargedToilets

JD Dam
JD Dam is very close to Whitehorse Lake and near the Sycamore Point turnoff. Fishing for rainbow trout is allowed, but there is a strict catch-and-release policy.
FishingHiking is allowedWildlife viewing

Kaibab Lake
Kaibab Lake is stocked with rainbow trout as well as brown and brook trout. Channel cats are occasionally stocked too.
FishingPicnic tableRV campingTent campingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingFire ringsHandicapped AccessParkingPotable drinking waterBoat launchPicnic ramadasToiletsPets must be kept on leashTrashAmphitheater

Perkins Tank
Perkins Tank is a three-acre trout lake located in the south part of Kaibab National Forest in Game Management Unit 8, south of Williams. It is managed for trout.
FishingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingAmphitheater

White Horse Lake
White Horse Lake is managed for rainbow trout, but catches of largemouth bass, sunfish, and channel catfish have been reported. Visitors may also see bald eagles and herons.
FishingHiking is allowedWildlife viewingRV campingTent camping
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