Open Year-round
Reservations possible?
RV Hookups
Potable water
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Lone Tree is a popular area on BLM-managed land between Interstate 40 and Lake Havasu City.

The camping area lies just off of Highway AZ95, and consists of a couple wide clearings on hardpacked gravel that many RVs, Trailers and vehicles are able to drive into without issue. The area tends to have good cel phone service, and is often pretty busy with everyone from snowbirds to seasonal workers to ORV riders.

Some challenges of the camping area are that most of the campground is rocky and flat, however not necessarily level. It may be a challange to try to level your vehicle in the area. There is also no shade - not even that lone tree can be found here today - so camping here can get HOT and windy during the warmer months. There are no improvements of any kind, which includes water or bathrooms. Those staying here should plan for that in advance, though one of the good details of this campground is that it is a relatively short drive to an interstate service station, as well as to all the amenities of Lake Havasu City to the south.

Depending on how many vehicles are camped out here, there may be little to no space at all between neighbors. It can get a little loud between the number of other campers and the highway a very short distance away.

The campground lies just off of the highway on gravel roads. The upper roads are generally accessible by all vehicle types, while the lower portions might be better navigated by high clearance vehicles.

As unimproved BLM land, there are no fees to camp, however there are rules and guidelines for camping which include a 14 day limit.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)



Frequently full

Parking Pass


Price per night (basic site)

0.00 $ (0.00 €)


Easy to access. No fees.


No amenities. Can get crowded.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Managed by

Bureau of Land Management


Big vistas



Total number of sites


Lodging type

Hotel or motel

Maximum trailer length

35.00 ft (10.67 m)


Nearby Adventures

Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona
Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona


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