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Lake Pleasant Regional Park - 4 Reviews - 41835 N Castle Hot Springs Rd, Morristown, AZ - Parks & Public Recreation Reviews - Phone (602) 372-7460

Lake Pleasant Regional Park

41835 N Castle Hot Springs Rd
Morristown, AZ 85342
(602) 372-7460
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Lake Pleasant Regional Park - Morristown, AZ
Lake Pleasant Regional Park - Morristown, AZ


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Awesome day. Pros: Well mapped


Go to any other Lake!!! This lake is always rough has more accidents then any other lake and is not very scenic compared to the other lakes, and if you enjoy fishing then definetl...

Unhappy RV'er 5/10/2011

My intentions were to take my wife, daughter and an elderly relative (86 years old) on a weekend outing to Lake Pleasant for the sole purpose of enjoying the site of the lake. On May 1, 2011, I perused the facility and found Site 40 to best suit my needs as far as views of the lake were concerned and ease of parking of the RV so I pre-paid our stay for May 6th and 7th. I was given a brochure and Site 40 marked as my site for my stay. The brochure plainly states CHECK-IN time to be 3:00 P.M. Upon my arrival at 2:00 P.M. on Friday May 6th, I was assigned Site 36 instead of Site 40. I was told Site 40 had been assigned to another customer. I presented my pre-paid receipt and was handed a Zerox copy of an addendum to the brochure that I was given on Monday and it stated on this Zerox copy of rules that specific sites could not be guaranteed. I argued my position of having a pre-paid 3 day advance notice of a non-refundable payment which should tell these folks that I WAS COMING AND WANTED THIS SPOT. My argument was futile so I RELUCTANTLY accepted Site 36 with great disdain. At Site 36 it was necessary to pull into the site rather than back-in in order to get a view of the lake from the kitchen area in my RV. In so doing, I had to hurl the water hose and electrical power chord under the RV and forward of the entry step in order to connect to water and electricity. That created a tripping hazard for entry into the RV and made it very difficult for an 86 year old person to enter and exit the RV (see photo). Furthermore, The Park Brochure of rules plainly states ""GUESTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CLEANING UP AFTER THEIR PETS."" It further states that ""PLEASANT HARBOR CONDUCTS REGULAR SITE INSPECTIONS TO MAINTAIN THE SUPERB APPEARANCE THAT OUR GUESTS EXPECT OF US."" See the photo of what I had to look at when parking my RV in site, I don't have pets so the manure is not from any animal of mine. SO MUCH FOR THE SUPERB APPEARANCE. I've scratched Pleasant Harbor RV Resort off my ""bucket list."" Will I recommend the place to my co-workers and friends? NO,NO,NO! more

Lake Unpleasant!!! 10/25/2002

Go to any other Lake!!! This lake is always rough has more accidents then any other lake and is not very scenic compared to the other lakes, and if you enjoy fishing then definetly go to a different lake. Cons: Poor Scenery, Too many Drunks, To expensive more

Fun in the Sun 8/27/2002

Nothing beats a boat rental at Lake Pleasant. The lake is the most beautiful in the state after lake Powell, but much closer to Phoenix. If you don't like boating, pull up a chair at the dockside bar or camp in the surrounding area. There's something for everyone. Pros: Beautiful views, cool, clean water Cons: far from downtown, expensive rentals more
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  • In Short
    Phoenix's water playground is less than an hour's drive away. Lake Pleasant offers 10,000 acres of crystal-clear water so visitors can enjoy all the water skiing, jet skiing,...

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  • Hours:

    Monday To Sunday From 12:00 AM To 12:00 AM