Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Highlights of Lake Aztec in Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Highlights of Lake Aztec
in Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Cherokee Village, Arkansas has seven private lakes that offer plenty of outdoor recreation.

One of the seven is Lake Aztec. The highlights of this lake are:

* 19.3 acres

* Maximum depth unknown

* Fishing, swimming, no-wake boating, and canoeing allowed

Lake Aztec is a very small, quiet and picturesque lake in Cherokee Village. It can be seen as you drive by on Cherokee Road. The lake is on the Fulton County side of Cherokee Village. Lake Aztec has just a few homes along its shoreline and is a postcard picture when driving by.

Lake Aztec, I've been told, has some good fishing in it primarily due to the fact that it is not used very often by anybody except for the few homeowners who live on the lake. Fishing on Lake Aztec would be like fishing on your private lake.

Lake Aztec is no-wake lake and the smallest of the lakes in Cherokee Village. It does provide a very peacful fishing or canoeing atmosphere. There is access to the lake on Cherokee Road.

Discussion of Lake Aztec

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All of the lakes in Cherokee Village are operated by the Cherokee Village Suburban Improvement District (SID) for the use and enjoyment of property owners and their guests. Lake Patrol officers monitor the lakes to make sure all boats are in compliance with state and local regulations, and that all users of the lakes are property owners and/or their registered guests.

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