Alamo Lake Road

Wenden, Arizona

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This well-used, graded dirt road is the primary access road to the west side of Alamo Lake. Alamo Lake State Park, a popular spot, is on the east side of the lake; however a national wildlife area on the west is just as popular with fishermen. It is primarily included as an easy, scenic trail to a seldom-used part of Alamo Lake. Many other 4WD trails in the area start or finish from this road. Special Attractions: Access to Alamo Lake and Alamo Lake National Wildlife Refuge; Joshua tree forest; Rockhounding for onyx and rhyolite. This trail is graded dirt but suitable for a normal passenger vehicle. It usually has gentle grades, is fairly wide, and has very shallow water crossings (if any).

Alamo Lake Road Professional Review and Guide

"This well-used, graded dirt road is the primary access road to the west side of Alamo Lake. Alamo Lake State Park, a popular spot, is on the east side of the lake; however a national wildlife area on the west is just as popular with fishermen. It is primarily included as an easy, scenic trail to a seldom-used part of Alamo Lake.

Many other 4WD trails in the area start or finish from this road. Special Attractions: Access to Alamo Lake and Alamo Lake National Wildlife Refuge; Joshua tree forest; Rockhounding for onyx and rhyolite. This trail is graded dirt but suitable for a normal passenger vehicle. It usually has gentle grades, is fairly wide, and has very shallow water crossings (if any)."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Wenden
Distance: 53.9
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1.25 hours
Season: Year-round, best October to May
Trailhead Elevation: 1,200 feet
Top Elevation: 3,200 feet
Local Maps: USGS Yucca, Yucca SE, Creamery Canyon, Dutch Flat NW, Beecher Canyon, Dutch Flat SE, Groom Spring, and more
Driving Directions: Directions to Alamo Lake Road

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May 2018