Added by Cristina Guzman
- All levels of climbing available
- Water is about 75 degrees, perfect to cool down in
- No rapids, easy to paddle
For the best deep water soloing, go left after unloading the canoes or kayaks. At first, you might see a lot of people, but the further you paddle, the calmer and more peaceful it gets!
Getting there: North on I-17, exit 285 at Camp Verde and go East on Hwy 260 then North on AZ 87. Turn right onto AZ-99, right before Winslow. Parking is best at McHood Park.
- Canoe, kayak or raft
- Bathing suit
- Water & snacks
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