The Lake Havasu State Park is located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The state park has beautiful beaches, nature trails for hiking, campsites, and boat ramps. The park offers fishing, picnicking, and other special events throughout the year.
The park's campground has 47 sites and is open to visitors year around. Electricity is available at some of the sites, but all sites have picnic areas and fire rings. The Colorado River is an enjoyable place to boat, but make sure to abide by both Arizona and California laws. The park sits on the coastline of the river and the beautiful beaches await. Boat rentals are available. No motorized traffic is allowed on the trails but pets are as long as they are leashed. The Mohave Sunset Trail is less than two miles and winds around the desert and the shoreline. As the name suggests, it is beautiful at sunset.
The Lake Havasu State Park is the perfect place to visit while passing through Arizona. There are plenty of activities for kids to enjoy including the chance of becoming a Junior Ranger. The park is near plenty of attractions that include the famous London Bridge, Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge, the Lake Havasu Museum of History, and the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge. The park is a perfect place to enjoy some beautiful sites and water recreational sports.