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RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Lake Havasu State Park
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Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Lake Havasu State Park is located in Arizona
Latitude
34.423 N
Longitude
-114.224 W
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6 Reviews of Lake Havasu State Park
Close to town

This park is right on the shores of Lake Havasu. You could walk to town but we bike down to shopping and the bridge. Large sites. Very busy so book early!

Havasu !

No frills - gotta like the outdoors it’s hot hot hot !!! Water sport country bring the boat the family have a great time

its no frills so you need everything if you camp here

No Shade and No Privacy

Lake Havasu is a beautiful lake with lots of wildlife and it's very scenic too. We visit every year, either in January or April because we have family in the area. The Best Park of Camping at Lake Havasu State Park is using it as a base for kayaking and fishing on the lake. The park itself has decent amenities, but it definitely caters to motor boats, and people with lots of toys. We only bring a small tent so we kind of stick out among the huge RVs. The place is packed in the evenings, but it thins out during the day when everyone is on the water. Because there are so many boats on the lake and at the boat launch, the fumes can be a bit overbearing. Also, there is no shade at all, which I guess I kind of expected. Luckily we were there in January, so that part was okay.

There is a nice playground and swimming area for kids, but there were also very loud campers on either side of us. Next time, we are going to stay at one of the BLM sites on the lake. We've heard they are very quiet and peaceful.

Enjoy Lake Havasu

Enjoy Lake Havasu by being right on the lakeside. What better way to beat the dry, Arizona desert heat. We tented the weekend we camped. We also had hammocks to lounge in during the day when not in/on the water. Nice facilities and an easy way to enjoy Lake Havasu affordably.

Hammock friendly & right on the water

The staff were amazing! Incredibly friendly & filled with information. Although there are few trees around they were hammock friendly for those of us that prefer hammocks over tents. It was extremely hot but that is Arizona in summer so it's a huge beni that the campsites are right on the lake yet still close enough to go get food or coffee or anything else we may have wanted from town. Would definitely recommend Lake Havasu State Park for camping!

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Spring Break

I used to visit this state park for Spring Break back in the 90's. Lots of people and lots of fun. Plenty of places to put up a tent and relax or party!