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Lake Havasu Shoreline Camp

Have you been dreaming of boating to your very own secluded beach? Lake Havasu Shoreline Camp offers that opportunity. It’s the perfect spot for a spontaneous romantic getaway or family adventure.

History & Nature

Cruise your boat over to your campsite and take in your own private view of Lake Havasu, the 45-mile long reservoir created by the Parker Dam. Many of the sites have hiking trails, where you’ll find stunning views of Lake Havasu’s red rock mountains.

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Things to Do

Spend your days swimming and hiking and your nights sitting at the campfire gazing at the stars. But, if you need a taste of civilization, the camp has got you covered. Simply take your boat to one of several nearby restaurants, and enjoy a delicious meal. 

Hotels, Lodging & Camping

The 87 available camp sites are complete with amenities such as picnic tables, shady ramadas, barbecue grills, toilets, and trash cans. They span the territory from south Lake Havasu to the Parker Dam. You’ll find ideal weather, great views, and easy access to fun.

The camps are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so try to show up early.

Hours & Pricing

For hours, please visit the website.

Day Use (per site): $10/day up to 6 people (ages 17+) 

For More Information

Lake Havasu Field Office
1785 Kiowa Ave
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
(928) 505-1200

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