There is currently no drinking water at the park. Restrooms and showers are fully functional.
Nearby State Parks
Visit nearby Arizona State Parks.
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area
Homolovi State Park
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Apache County Historical Society Museum
The rich history of this area is preserved in the Apache County Historical Society Museum. Open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Guided tours upon request. Visitor Center in St. Johns, Arizona (928) 337-4737. 10 miles from Lyman Lake.
Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark
The pueblo was built about A.D. 1250 and was inhabited for perhaps the next 120 years, both the Hopi and Zuni claims affinity. Open year-round, tours of the site offered daily. Fees apply. Springville, Arizona (928) 333-5375. 18 miles from Lyman Lake.
Little House Museum
A truly unique museum featuring a collection of local history located 7 miles west of Eagar on South Fork Road, three miles south of highway 260. Summer hours May 15 through Labor Day, closed on Wednesday. Call (928) 333-2286. 30 miles from Lyman Lake.
Petrified Forest National Park
With one of the world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood, multi-hued badlands of the Painted Desert, historic structures, archeological sites, and displays of 225 million-year-old fossils, this is a surprising land of scenic wonders and fascinating science. 53 miles from Lyman Lake.
Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico
Among the largest of the still inhabited or "living" pueblos in the Unites States. Visitors are welcome daily dawn to dusk. Photography by permission only. Kachina dances during the summer months. Located in Zuni, New Mexico. For more information call (505) 782-4481. 69 miles from Lyman Lake.
El Morro National Monument, New Mexico (Inscription Rock)
A massive rock formation which rises more than 200 feet above the plains, the base contains hundreds of petroglyphs and the chiseled names of numerous explorers. Open daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Self-guided tours. Fees apply for Visitor Center phone number (505) 783-4226. 100 miles from Lyman Lake.
Canyon de Chelley National Monument
Reflecting one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes of North America, the cultural resources of Canyon de Chelly include distinctive architecture, artifacts, and rock imagery while exhibiting remarkable preservation integrity that provides outstanding opportunities for study and contemplation. Canyon de Chelly also sustains a living community of Navajo people, who are connected to a landscape of great historical and spiritual significance. 150 miles from Lyman Lake.