FAQs

Our state-of-the-art marina offers 20', 30', 35' and 40' uncovered slips. Covered slips are available from 30', 35' and 40'. Jet Ski Lifts and End Ties are also available. For more information, see our slips and storage page

Yes! Bartlett Lake Marina maintains a fleet of 20' pontoon boats for your recreational pleasure. See ourboat rental page for more information.

Our 20' pontoon boats seat up to 8 passengers in comfort. Amenities include covered awnings, ample storage and comfortable, cushioned seats.

Yes, camping is allowed at Bartlett Lake, under the auspices of the Tonto National Forest. There are no designated campgrounds or hookups at this time. For more details, contact the Tonto National Forest at 602.225.5200.

Up to the hour weather information is posted on our home page. This information is provided by the National Weather Service.

The water level of the lake is controlled by SRP. For more information, visit their web site.

Bartlett Lake is fed by a 7,500 square mile watershed that begins just south of Flagstaff, goes east to Payson and the Mogollon Rim and west to near Prescott. The runoff goes into the Verde River, Oak Creek Canyon and the East Verde. The Verde then goes into Horseshoe Lake and is then transferred into Bartlett Lake.

When full Bartlett Lake covers 2,815 acres and holds nearly 180,000 acre feet of water. Of the lakes near the Phoenix area we are the second largest behind Lake Pleasant. We are 2.5 times larger than Saguaro (1,280 surface acres) and 3 times larger than Canyon (980 surface acres).

Absolutely! Bartlett Lake is considered by many to be the ideal lake in Arizona for these activities. Waterskiis and wakeboards are available for rent in our marina store. Plus never a wait to get into Bartlett Lake!