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Reserve your spot (campground RV or tent site) from the comfort of your home, anytime of day. Make online reservations Site reservations for this recreation area are also available by calling the Reservation Center at (520) 586-2283. You can call 7 days a week, from 8 am to 5 pm MST. There is a $5 non-refundable reservation fee per site.
Canoe & Kayak Rentals
Wild Life Outdoors offers canoe and kayak rentals at the east dock of the lake.
Hours: Monday – Wednesday: By Reservation Only
Thursday and Friday: 10am. - 4pm.
Saturday: 9am. - 5pm.
Sunday: 9am. - 4pm.
Reservations can be made after hours by calling the above number. Two (2) hour rental minimum will apply for after hour rentals
For more information on our hourly and full day rates, family group rates, bait and fishing supplies, as well as snacks and drinks, call our rental facility located on the East Dock. (928) 892-9170.
Recreation Area Notices (3-31-15)
Redhead Loop - OPEN
Mallard Loop - OPEN
Cinnamon Teal Loop - OPEN
Osprey Loop - OPEN
Bald Eagle Loop - OPEN
Ruddy Duck Loop will open on April 24th
Northern Harrier will open on May 1st
Opening dates may vary depending on weather and use requirements.
The lake level is down 13 feet vertical and may make launching boats difficult. Please use caution when trying to launch your boat.
The Fishing docks are also harder to access due to the low lake level as the ramps can be very steep. Please use caution when accessing and departing from your boat.
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area offers year-round camping, picnicking, & more.
Imagine camping in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest among 100-foot pine trees beside a quiet lake watching majestic great blue herons at a cool 6,300 feet in elevation. Year-round camping, fishing, picnicking, boating and wildlife viewing opportunities make Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area a popular place. This 800-acre, cool, country recreation area with a 150-acre lake offers history, too.
The tiny town of Adair has long since been covered by the lake, but it was Thomas Jefferson Adair who was responsible for the name Fool Hollow. In 1885, Adair moved into the area with the intention of farming. The locals joked that only a fool would try and farm the place. The name stuck!
This state-of-the-art recreation area, located in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, opened in 1994 as a result of an innovative partnership between the U.S. Forest Service, Arizona State Parks, Arizona Game and Fish, the City of Show Low, and corporate sponsors Arizona Public Service and McCarty Construction Company.
Learn more about the Recreation Area's Facilities.
- Alamo Lake
- Buckskin Mountain
- Cattail Cove
- Lake Havasu
- River Island
- Yuma Quartermaster Depot
- Yuma Territorial Prison
- Dead Horse Ranch
- Fort Verde
- Red Rock
- Riordan Mansion
- Slide Rock
- Verde River Greenway
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum
- Fool Hollow Lake
- Lost Dutchman
- Lyman Lake
- Tonto Natural Bridge