Located near the southern end of Lake Havasu on the Arizona side, Steamboat Cove is known as one of the lake’s largest natural coves and a favorite location of boaters looking for a safe, secure and comfortable environment to enjoy a day or overnight stay. Steamboat Cove offers a generous expanse of sandy beachfront, enhanced with on-land restroom facilities and picnic tables, and is located at the southeastern portion of the cove. Because of its sheltered nature from wind and boat wakes, Steamboat Cove is the ideal place for boaters to toss out their anchors and spend extended time onboard.
Managed by: Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Accessibility: Boat or hiking in on foot
Distance from Thompson Bay: 5.8 nautical miles (6.65 miles)
Day-use fees: $10
Overnight camping fees: Additional $10 overnight per site (up to six people, $2 for each additional person), up to 14 days. Overnight fee paid is good until 9am the following day.