699 London Bridge Rd.
(Google Maps: 699 Old Hwy 95)
Per vehicle: $20 (Fri-Sun, holidays); $15 (Mon-Thu); Over-size vehicles $10 additional. Individual walk-in/bicycle: $3
Hours: Park open 24/7
Visitor Center/Park Store open 6am-4pm (Oct-Apr), 6am-4pm (Mon-Thu, May-Sept) and 6am-6pm (Fri-Sun, May-Sept)
Facts at a Glance
- White sand beach
- Boat access
- Three motorized launch ramps (12 lanes + 8 oversized vessel lanes + 6 lanes dedicated to jet boats and PWCs)
- Courtesy boat docks at launch ramps
- Non-motorized launch areas
- Dump station
- Campgrounds with 47 campsites
- Hiking trails
- Group picnic areas $20-$30 (reservation required)
- Special events area (not available on holiday weekends)
- Leashed pets allowed; no pets allowed on white sand beaches
Lake Havasu State Park is located on the shores of Lake Havasu, and features clean white sand beaches and a large grassy area. The park offers panoramic views of the lake and mountains beyond. Picnic tables, grills and shade covers make this the perfect site to spend the day on the beach, or you may want to stay and camp awhile. There are also group picnic areas for that special family reunion! There are many activities that make a Lake Havasu vacation unique. For those who enjoy hiking and walking, the park has the Mohave Sunset Trail, a short but scenic 1.75 mile walk and the Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden, home to diverse species of plants and wildlife. Birdwatchers may spot an Anna’s Hummingbird or a Great Horned Owl. Leashed pets are welcome in all areas except the beach areas.
Lake Havasu State Park is a favorite launch spot for boaters. The park has three boat launch ramps (12 lanes + an additional 8 lanes for oversized vessels), plus one dedicated to jet boats and personal watercraft (with 6 lanes), as well as non-motorized launch areas. The beach area is also accessible by boat, with courtesy docks available for drop-off and pick-up (15 minute mooring).
Camping facilities at the park include 47 tent and RV sites with 50 amp electric hookups and potable water at all sites. Restrooms, showers, picnic areas, dump station and on-site boat ramp use are included in camping fees.
One of the most popular things to do in Lake Havasu City is attend the myriad events that come to town throughout the year. Some of the major events that take place at Lake Havasu State Park include the Lake Havasu Boat Show, the Sand, Water & RV Expo, Bluegrass on the Beach, Buses by the Bridge, and Rockabilly Reunion.