Tempe Town Lake
Have you ever seen a river turned into a dry river bed then turned into a lake, not just any lake, but Tempe Town Lake
Tempe Town Lake is part of the Salt River channel and as such, is subject to receiving water from upstream. When snow melts from the north or rains fall across our state, water is released from the SRP dam systems into the Salt River and then Tempe Town Lake. Set Adjacent to Tempe’s Mill Avenue District, Arizona State University and the 2,000 acre Papago Park, Tempe Town Lake embodies a unique vision for the future of the Valley.
Tempe Town Lake is a partnership between the City of Tempe, its residents and private enterprise. The vision of Town Lake is predicated upon a dynamic mix of residential, business use, recreation, and cultural development. Recognized as a top attraction in Arizona, visitors and local families spend their time enjoying nature, recreational activities, and cultural events. Tempe Town Lake is unlike any other property in Arizona. Nowhere else is as close to a major university, five freeways, dozens of acres of public park space and an active, urban downtown. Nowhere else is it possible to enjoy a business meeting aboard a boat or a round of golf with a colleague and be at an international airport less than 10 minutes later.
So now is a great time to come visit Tempe Town Lake!
Ruth Lundquist INFINity Team Member