Pets allowed
Allowed with Restrictions
Guided tours
No
Backcountry camping
No
Lodging
No
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Davis Park is a spacious recreational park lying a short distance upriver from Laughlin and Bullhead City on the Arizona side of the Colorado River.

Set at the site of a town that emerged to house workers who were building the Davis Dam, the townsite transitioned from a town to a park and recreational site in the 1980s. Today, Davis Park is Mohave County's most visited park.

The park area sits along a lengthy stretch of the Colorado, and is separated into two primary areas - the campground and RV park, and the day use area.

The day use area contains all the amenities of a well maintained park, including jet ski rentals, a boat ramp, shaded picnic benches and lawn area, a protected swim area in front of a river beach, a dog park, and scenic views of the brown Nevada mountains located right across the water.

The park is the site of several different organized boat races and a variety of events throughout the year.

There is an entry fee of $10 per vehicle with addtional rates for pets, camping and boat launch. Visitors can see the Mohave County Parks website for complete fees and rules. Davis Camp is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

 

 

 

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Summer
Winter
Fall

Congestion

Moderate

Parking Pass

Day use fee

Open Year-round

Yes

Pros

Variety of amenities. Family friendly.

Features

ADA accessible
Off-leash dog area
Boat ramp(s)
Historically significant
Big vistas
Shelters
Rental facilities
Flushing toilets
Family friendly
Dump stations
Picnic tables
Near lake or river
Basketball
Covered picnic areas
Potable water

Location

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