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Horseshoe Lake - Tonto National Forest

Horseshoe Lake is a man made reservoir that was formed by the building of  Horseshoe Dam on the Verde River.
Horseshoe Lake Dam - Tonto National Forest

Horseshoe Lake Stats
Location Maricopa / Yavapai counties, Arizona
Surface area 790 acres (320 ha)
Average depth 30 ft (9.1 m)
   
AZ Hunting Unit 22
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

 

 

Climate Information Unit 22

Month Ave. Temp Ave. Rainfall
January Max 65/Min 36 0.84"
February Max 69/Min 37 0.60"
March Max 74/Min 43 0.77"
April    
May    
June    
July    
August Max 102/Min 73 1.20"
September Max 99/Min 66 0.76"
October Max 88/Min 54 0.53"
November Max 75/Min 43 0.50"
December Max 67/Min 37 0.90"

 

 

 
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