Watson Lake Park

(3) Reviews

3101 N State Route E 89, Prescott, AZ, 86301

The Watson Lake Park is located in the beautiful town of Prescott, Arizona and is ideal for your next southwestern getaway. Onsite, travelers can look forward to a courtesy dock, boat launches, large turf area, picnic tables, barbecue grills, playground equipment, showers, restrooms and even a gazebo for group fun. For nature enthusiasts, there are a plethora of animals that call the area home, including brave bald eagles, bobcats, snakes, rabbits and blue heron. Visitors can expect almost endless acres of land for hiking, mountain biking, and ATV tours, and there are great attractions in the downtown Prescott area. Visitors can expect the Sharlot Hall Museum, Smoki Museum, Lynx Lake and several other excellent sightseeing locations. With such a breathtaking natural terrain and plenty of space for fishing, scenic viewing and stargazing, this lake is especially great for campers hoping to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 05/08/2020

3101 N State Route E 89, Prescott, AZ, 86301
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Overall Rating: 2.3

Beatrice Delmastro

Beautiful place.

kent heiliger

The only thing good about this Campground was Pattie at reservations and ? Margie ? at the check in. Both were extremely helpful and friendly. Unfortunately from there it went downhill. The reservation area campsites are very close together. Any supervision or rules enforcement leaves the park between 7-8 PM. The first night of our three day stay we were alone in the CG until two car's slipped into the site next to us after dark. They left the next AM at sunrise. I doubt they paid any fee. The next night a party developed in the non reservation sites on the hill. They carried on with laughter and loud music until someone called the police and they shut it down around 1AM. On both of the last two nights we were there the campers one site away from us stayed up talking around their campfire until 1 or 2 AM. They kept the fire going by adding starting fluid. Because there were no electrical hookups our bedroom window was open in an attempt to ventilate and cool our RV. The stench from there fire was overwhelming. A traffic circle (roundabout) on Hwy. 89 led to the road entering the CG. It seemed every loud truck and motorcycle used it as a starting gate for there race towards Prescott. Visit the lake it's interesting and beautiful. Stay at the CG if none of the things I mentioned bother you.

John Ward

Well i wonder what it can be like as it says its in Parker ,AZ which should be warm there and sunny most of the time , seems this Watson Lake Park is in Prescott ,AZ along way from Parker and Very much colder they can get Snow here most of the winter Dec - March // I would not like snow when i am in AZ for the winter so i would have to say sorry Watson Lake ,bring your skates instead of ur suits ..!!