Do you love to have fun? Cattail Cove State Park offers countless activities along one of Arizona's most popular lakes – Lake Havasu. From sun-bathing on the shoreline and splashing around in the water to bass fishing and hiking, you're sure to find an activity that will float your boat.
Lake Havasu was created when Parker Dam was completed in 1938, filling the reservoir with Colorado River water. Cattail Cove State Park is a 2,000-acre haven located on the lake, inviting visitors to take advantage of its beauty by relaxing lakeside. It has been operated by the Arizona State Parks Board since 1970.
There’s a wonderful variety of things to do at the park. Whether you’re interested in swimming, fishing, boating, sailing, water skiing, or jet skiing, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy. Of course, if you prefer to relax and soak up some sunshine, you can enjoy a low-key visit, too.
Much loved among RVers, Cattail Cove was honored with the RVWest Reader’s Choice Bronze Award as Favorite Snowbird RV Park or Campground. With a total of 61 combined traditional and RV campsites and 28 ports for houseboats, Cattail Cove State Park provides hours, if not days, of family fun and entertainment. Contact the Reservation Call Center at (877) 697-2757 during business hours for campsite reservations.
Open daily, year-round.
Park Entrance Fees (6 a.m.-10 p.m.):
• Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults): $15/day Friday – Sunday and holidays; $10/day Monday –Thursday
• Oversize Parking (55' or longer): $25/day Friday – Sunday and holidays; $20/day Monday –Thursday
• Individual/Bicycle: $3/day
Overnight Parking Fee (unoccupied vehicles at boat-accessible campsites only):
• Per Vehicle: $20/night Friday – Sunday and holidays; $15/night Monday –Thursday
Cattail Cove State Park
PO Box 1990
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405