River Island State Park

River Island State Park, near Parker, AZ, is an outstanding year-round outdoor destination for camping, fishing, boating, jet skiing, swimming, and hiking.

Campers, look no further. With 37 campsites to choose from, some of which are riverfront, you’ll find beautiful scenery and plenty of outdoor fun to enjoy at River Island State Park.

History & Nature

Located right on the Colorado River, River Island State Park is a great place for camping enthusiasts, and it has plenty of amenities to make your stay something special. A ramada, sandy beach, cove, and boat launch area mean that you’ll be drawn to the beautiful river and mountain views, and may even feel inspired to stay awhile.

Things To Do

The park offers a hiking trail, and easy river access making for great boating, fishing, jet skiing, and swimming which are all very popular, especially during warmer months. Winter’s mild climate makes this a great cool-weather destination too, and visitors frequently enjoy camping fishing, and hiking. It’s always a fun time to visit!

Hotels, Lodging & Camping

There’s plenty of camping available right in the park. Or you’ll find hotels, motels, and inns in nearby Parker. With accommodations located so conveniently, it’s easy to get back to your favorite activity after a good night’s rest

Hours & Pricing

Open daily, year-round

Park Entrance Fees:

  • Per Vehicle (1 – 4 Adults): $10/day
  • Individual/Bicycle: $3/day

For More Information

River Island State Park
5200 N. Highway 95
Parker, AZ 85344
(928) 667-3386

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