The Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden showcases the diverse life that exists within the park and this area of the desert. Birds, lizards, and desert cottontails are common sights.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on November 3, 2012
Picnicking, hiking, fishing, swimming, boat launch, wildlife-viewing.
Visitor Center, restrooms, group facilities, camping, RV hook-ups, dump station, showers, picnic sites.
Online reservation system at https://azstateparks.itinio.com/lakehavasu/
Range from $15 to $50 per night. Cabins or yurts range from $35 to $75 per night.
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Reviews of Lake Havasu State Park
Reviewed by MoMads2 on September 21, 2015
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We stayed here several years ago, before the improvements were made to the park. At the time it was very disorganized & overgrown- even the Name of the park was different! Sites were unattractive & not well shaded in this area of High Temps. The Big Draw is the LAKE, of course, & access to it. Hopefully this Campground has been improved sufficiently since then, but the Most Attractive sites to us were those dotted along the shores of the lake- boat in only!! A ferry service to these sites for those without a boat would make them Perfect!!
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