Masks are required when visiting our ranger stations, restrooms, stores, or historic buildings. Please also wear a mask while recreating outside if social distancing cannot be maintained. Alamo Lake may be experiencing a blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom. We do not recommend swimming, kayaking, or allowing pets in the lake at this time. This bloom does NOT affect the drinking water in the park. Day-use visitors will be limited. Camping loops C, D and E are closed. Nearest fuel and propane is in Salome; campers are encouraged to bring own fuel. Fire ban now in effect.
Explore the area around Alamo Lake
There is lots to do in the area around Alamo Lake State Park. Below are a few options that our guests may find useful.
Alamo Lake Area OHV Trails
There are literally hundreds of miles of OHV riding trails located near the park, outside of park boundaries. The area is a very popular destination for OHV enthusiasts and offers tons of opportunity amid the breathtaking sonoran desert. OHV use is not allowed inside the park unless the OHV is street legal. Please be respectful of other park guests. The closest gasoline is available at the Wayside Inn (see below).
The Wayside Inn
Located about six miles from the park, the Wayside Inn offers a bar and grill and the food is reportedly excellent. For more information, call (928) 925–3456.
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