Lake Havasu State Park is a water lover’s favorite spot.  The Park covers nearly 11,000 acres and stretches 23 miles along the shoreline.  It has many camping, boating, fishing and hiking areas.

Campers will find restrooms, picnic areas, picnic shelters, group use areas, showers and a dump station.  There are 72 camping units available in the park.  Camping fees range from $10.00 to $12.00 per vehicle.

The Park also provides many opportunities for boating and fishing.  There are 50 boat camping units.  Boat ramps are at Lake Havasu Park. 

You will discover a Visitor Center that will answer your questions and help hikers find good trails.  The Park is handicapped accessible.  It is open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.  The admission is $7.00 for each private vehicle on weekends and holidays.  The admission is $4.00 for each private vehicle on weekdays.  Bicycles are $1.00.  If you would like more information on this park in the city, you may call 520-855-2784.

The Park is located along the western border of Arizona, along the Colorado River.  It is stretches from approximately north of the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City south.  You can get there by taking U.S. Highway 95 and getting off the Highway at the London Bridge Road and then head north of the Bridge.