Lake Havasu State Park

If you’re into beautiful beaches, nature trails, boating, and camping, you’ll want to check out Lake Havasu State Park. With year-round ideal weather, this special spot is a stunning retreat with an abundance of activities.

History & Nature

Located in western Arizona, Lake Havasu State Park is a beach oasis in the desert. This diverse landscape is also home to a variety of animals and plants. In the spring, you can relax on the water and see a colorful wildflower display in the mountains surrounding the lake. To learn more about the wildlife diversity in the area, visit the Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden located within the park.

Things To Do

Bring your boat and watersports gear for fun on the water (or don’t – rent equipment when you get here). Bring your clubs for a great golf game. And bring your hiking boots for an awesome hike (like the 1.5 mile Mohave Sunset Trail).

Lake Havasu is home to the world-famous London Bridge – that’s definitely worth checking out.

Hotels, Lodging & Camping

As far as camping goes, there are 47 campsites, three boat ramps, special events, picnic and beach areas.

Hours & Pricing

Park is open 24 hours, year round

For Visitor Center Hours, please visit the website.

Park Entrance Fees:

  • Per Vehicle:
    • Monday – Thursday $15/day
    • Friday – Sunday & State Holidays $20/day
    • Over-Size Parking: $10 additional
  • Individual/Bicycle: $3/day

For More Information

Lake Havasu State Park
699 Old Highway 95
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
(928) 855-2784

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