Lake Havasu

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Lodging - Hotels/Motels

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Hotels along the lake and river

Camping and Facilities

Lake Havasu State Park offers Online Campground Reservations. Site reservations for this park are also available by calling the Reservation Center at (520) 586-2283. You can call 7 days a week, from 8 am to 5 pm MST. There is a $5 non-refundable reservation fee per site.

Public Camping: Two public campgrounds are located on the Parker Strip providing campsites along the Colorado River. Sites are available on a first-come-first-serve basis; there is a 14-day stay limit at each campground.

Empire Landing Campground (located approximately 8 miles south of Parker Dam) has 50 drive-in campsites and 28 tent sites. Outdoor showers, flush toilets, and RV holding tank disposal system. Each site has a picnic table. There are fees. The campground has a swimming beach.

Crossroads Campground is located along the Colorado River about 8 miles south of Parker Dam. Crossroads provides 12 undeveloped campsites which have a use fee.

Boat-in Camping: There are 125 lakeshore campsites available along the Arizona side of Lake Havasu, from Lake Havasu City to Parker Dam. Most sites have a picnic table, shade, BBQ grill, pit toilet and trash can and are available on a first–come-first-serve basis. These are fees sites.

Chemehuevi Indian Reservation also provides camping, boating, fishing and other facilities. Permits are required. More information can be obtained by calling 760-858-4301.

Two private resorts are located on leased public lands along the lake shore. These provide many recreation opportunities and facilities, including camping, boat ramps and marina, swim beach, stores, restaurants, laundry and longer-term mobile home spaces.

Things to Do at Lake Havasu - Boating - Fishing - Hiking - Biking - 4x4 trips



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