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About Davis Dam Camp

Davis Dam Camp is located just below Davis Dam on the Arizona side of the Colorado River. This is a picturesque area with excellent views of the dam, sunsets, and the surrounding mountains. This park accomodates both the day use, as well as the long-term visits, and even includes two cottages available for daily rental. Features include a 3-lane boat ramp, 157 full service hookups, 30 hookups with water and electricity, 5 restrooms with shower facilities, a laundry facility, dump station, group picnic area with ramada, a large open area for dry camping, and a day use area with 4 ramadas. A boat and RV storage facility is also available. For those with special needs there is an accessible fishing pier, accessible boat embarcation ramp, and 10 accessible ramada sites. Davis Dam Camp was built to house the workers who constructed Davis Dam. A few of the original camp buildings remain, although they have been altered. A local museum is adjacent to the park and an important petroglyph site is within the boundaries of the park. ACTIVITIES Biking Boating Historic & Cultural Site Camping Interpretive Programs Fishing Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Water Sports

Bureau of Reclamation
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Davis Dam Camp is located in Arizona
33.9934 N
-109.7587 W
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US-93 south from Las Vegas, west on State Highway 164.
1 Review of Davis Dam Camp
First to Review
Davis Camp Park, Bullhead City, AZ

We stayed 3 nights in the "no hookups" area. Clean sites, pretty views, close to the river's edge, very quiet, and cell phone service. However, none of the water spigots were turned on! We inquired at the office, and they stated it was due to "abuse." They suggested we fill our containers for 25¢ per gallon, near their laundromat. Noo thanks!! For $17 per night, they should at least provide plain old city tap water. We filled our containers at a vacant "hookup" site, but it was annoying and inconvenient! The park is quite large, so bring bicycles for exploring. Overall, a good camping experience…