Cattail Cove State Park is named for the many cattails that grow in the park’s cove. It is at an elevation of 450 feet and 5,520 acres. You will find a terrific Visitor Center for those coming for the first time. Since there are so many outdoor activities, this is the right stop to find out what is available. You can hike, camp or play in the water.
If camping is your interest, the park offers a lakeside campgrounds and many boat access campsites along the shore of Lake Havasu. You will also find picnic tables, picnic shelters, restrooms, showers, electric hook-ups and a dump station. The Cattail Cove State Park has 125 boat camping units and 40 camping units.
There are hiking trails in the area. You will need to stop by the Visitor Center for more information on the trails.
As for water activities, that is one of the main aspects of this park. You can fish, boat or swim. There is a large boat ramp available and a swim area.
The State Park offers a concession and gift shop. It is also handicap accessible.
The Cattail Cove State Park is open daily 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Private vehicle admission is $7.00 per vehicle for weekends and holidays. The admission is $4.00 per vehicle on weekdays. Camping fees range from $10 to $15 per vehicle. If you would like more information on this park, you can call 520-855-1223.
You can get to the Cattail Cove State Park from Lake Havasu City by taking State Highway 95 south, for approximately 15 miles. The park is accessible from State Highway 95. If you are coming from Parker, travel north on State Highway 95, until you see the turn for the park.