Lake Havasu City Parks
Lake Havasu City has a total of 17 city parks, plus Lake Havasu State Park. The grassy spaces, playgrounds, dog parks, walking trails and recreational facilities all add greatly to the quality of life for residents and are a popular attraction for visitors.
Whether you're looking for a white sand beach, picnic area, or bocce court, you'll find what you're looking for in one of our parks. Rotary Community Park, London Bridge Beach, Lake Havasu State Park, and Tinnell Memorial Sports Park are all accessible by boat, too.
SARA Park, the largest of our parks, is 1,100 acres and encompasses many activities and event venues. Cypress Park, our newest, features beautiful lake views and lots of grassy space for recreation, soccer fields, a playground with a zip line, restroom, covered areas, and a walking path that's perfect for you and your four-legged friend.
Interested in having a picnic, BBQ or party at a ramada in one of the parks? Make a reservation so you can get the ramada spot you want. Larger group events will require a permit from the city as well. For a complete listing of all city parks, please see the Interactive City Parks page provided by Lake Havasu City (link will redirect to an external website maintained by Lake Havasu City).
This two-acre off-leash dog park has separate fenced-in sections for small (under 25 pounds) and larger dogs. Each section has a grassy area, pooch wading pool, walking paths (one approximately 1/10 mile and the other approximately 1/5 mile), and covered benches. Although the small dog section is reserved for the little guys, smaller dogs with attitudes can run with the big dogs if they want!
Lions Dog Park overlooks the famous Bridgewater Channel that leads out to Lake Havasu. Shaded benches and walking paths keep the humans happy, while water features and wading pools keep the dogs cool as they play.
Located along the famous Bridgewater Channel, pet-friendly London Bridge Beach features a community stage, fully enclosed dog park, basketball and sand volleyball courts, 12 ramadas, two playgrounds, picnic tables, barbecues, and more.
The city’s largest waterfront public beach and park, easily accessible by boat or vehicle. Amenities in the 40-acre park include picnic areas, barbecues, playgrounds, beach volleyball courts, ball fields, bocce ball courts, restrooms, a walking path, exercise stations, skate park, and more.