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Burnt Corral Boating Site, AZ

US Forest Service

Burnt Corral Boating Site

The boat ramp is adjacent to a campground. This site is set among the canyon walls of Apache Lake. Nearby are impressive views of mountains, canyons, wildlife and Roosevelt Dam.

Address

AZ

Directions

This site is 6 miles south of Roosevelt Dam on the south shoreline of Apache Lake. From Mesa: Take the Beeline Highway/State Hwy.87 north for approximately 60 miles to the junction of State Hwy. 188. Turn right and follow State Hwy. 188 for 33 miles to the junction with State Hwy. 88. Turn right on State Hwy. 88 and drive past Roosevelt Dam. Follow State Hwy. 88 for 5 miles to Forest Road (FR) 183; turn right and continue an additional mile to the site.

From Claypool (between Globe & Miami): Take State Hwy. 188 northwest for 29 miles to the junction of State Hwy. 88. Follow State Hwy. 88 (it heads southwest and becomes an unpaved road) for 5 miles to Forest Road (FR) 183; turn right and continue an additional mile to the site.

From Apache Junction: Drive north on State Hwy. 88 for 38 miles. (Last 20 miles of 88 are unpaved.) FR 183/Burnt Corral Rec. Site – turn left and continue to site.

Activities
  • BOATING BOATING
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