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About Lake Havasu Shoreline Sites

The Lake Havasu Field Offices manages 73 boat access campsites over 20 miles along the Arizona shore of Lake Havasu. These campsites offer a picnic table, barbecue grill, and trash receptacle and a majority of the sites provide a restroom and shade structure. These sites offer the opportunity to enjoy the recreational opportunities on the lake overnight or just for the day. These sites are available on a first-come, first serve basis and there is a 14 day stay limit in place.

Whether you're planning a single visit or coming back multiple times a year, enjoy the convenience of purchasing a pass before you arrive to cover recreation-related fees at Bureau of Land Management sites. Learn more about site-specific digital pass options at Lake Havasu Shoreline Sites and buy your pass.

ADA Access: "There are 3 sites that provide access for people with disabilities: Wren Cove 1, Wren Cove 2, and Larned Landing 4"

Fee Info
These sites are $10 a day and an additional $10 a night for up to 6 individuals. Each additional person is $2. There is no fee for children under 16 years of age. The paid overnight fee is good until 9 AM the following day. There is an annual pass for the Shoreline Sites valued at $100 and is good for a year. Both passes may be purchased online or you may deposit day use fees into the iron ranger and purchase the annual pass at Lake Havasu Field Office.
Operator
Bureau of Land Management
Access
Features
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Reservable
Location
Lake Havasu Shoreline Sites is located in Arizona
Latitude
34.3 N
Longitude
-114.137 W
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Directions
These boat in sites can be accessed from a variety of boat launches on Lake Havasu. The sites are on the Arizona shore of Lake Havasu south of the London Bridge and continue until the boundary of the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge.
1 Review of Lake Havasu Shoreline Sites
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The "lake" that never sleeps?

Lake Havasu is party city as far as lakes are concerned. Plenty of drinking and skin showing. It is large, however, so you can get away from it a little if you find a quiet cove. I've never seen this lake quiet but it's still an escape from the heat and also a good place for water activities as a group and not to mention, it's beautiful. Or, if you're social, boat up to a sandbar. The water always seems to be warm. You can camp right on the shoreline. Part of our group was on the shoreline by the little lighthouse while we stayed in the trailers.