Lake Havasu State Park Campground

Mojave Desert + Hualapai Mountains, Arizona

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Lake Havasu State Park Campground

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  • Lake Havasu State Park entrance.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Lake Havasu State Park Campground entrance.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Many sites are right on the beach.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Lake Havasu.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Lake Havasu.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Lake Havasu.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Main campground road.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Restrooms and showers are available.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • One of three boat ramps.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • View of the campground from the boat ramp.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
  • Sunset on Lake Havasu with its replica lighthouse.- Lake Havasu State Park Campground
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Lake access and views. Convenient to town.
Cons: 
Can be noisy during the summer boating season.
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Region:
Mojave Desert + Hualapai Mountains, AZ
Congestion: 
High
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Fall
Camping fee: 
$35.00
Day-Use/Parking Pass Required:
Not Required
RV sites: 
47
Picnic Tables: 
Yes
Dogs allowed: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Lake Havasu is a mecca for water sports enthusiasts of all ages as well as the retiree/snowbird community. The community of Lake Havasu City offers a multitude of festivals and other events that draw a lot of people to the town. One of the best camping options is the campground at Lake Havasu State Park, which is walking distance to many town amenities and sits right on the lake shore for swimming, boating or paddling.

The campground has sites distributed on a few small loop roads, with many sites backing right on the beach and most having a view of the lake. Sites all have electric and water hookups, so the campground tends to be more popular with RV campers than tent campers. There are boat ramps, a dump station, hiking trails and an interpretive garden of desert plants.

Note: From April 1 through September 30, there is a two night minimum stay for weekend camping, and you must reserve both Friday and Saturday night. For Memorial Day weekend, July 4 weekend, Labor Day weekend and Columbus Day weekend, there is a three night minimum stay for holiday weekend camping, and you must reserve Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.

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