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Elevation 450 feet   Fees

Contact the Park:
(928) 855-1223
Cattail Cove SP
P.O. Box 1990
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405
15 mi. S of Lake Havasu on Hwy 95


Visitor Center Restrooms Gift Shop Camping Electric RV Sites Non Electric RV Sites Boat-in Camping Sites Dump Station Showers Picnic Areas/Shelters Hiking Trails Fishing Swimming Boat Ramp Non-Motorized Watercraft Wildlife Viewing

Nearest Services: 15 miles

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511 Speed Code

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Park's Speed Code: 4207#


Park Entrance Fees (Day Use):
Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults): $15 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & State Holidays; $10 other days
Over-Size Parking: $25 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & State Holidays; $20 other days
Individual/Bicycle: $3

Camping Fees:
Electric & Water site: $30 - $40 per vehicle
Boat-in site: $20 per vessel
Vehicle Overnight Parking for Boat-in sites: $20 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & State Holidays; $15 other days

Fee Schedule

Cattail Cove
Volunteer Opportunities

Cattail Cove Volunteer Photo
Volunteers Garry, Toni, Carolyn and Dave donate their time and energy to help with park events and more.

Campground Host volunteer opportunities are available at Cattail Cove. Many of our hosts return annually so positions do not open frequently. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator with any questions or concerns.

On-Site Openings
Check Projected On-Site Openings at this park (Openings)

Campground Host
Campground Host Volunteers’ primary responsibility is to assist park visitors. This includes greeting visitors, helping them get settled, answering questions, receiving comments, communicating park rules and regulations and possibly collecting fees. Campground Hosts are also expected to be observant for activities within the park that require immediate attention by staff and/or outside emergency support. Hosts provide their own lodging (tent, camper, trailer, motorhome) and are provided a free campsite, most often with utility hook ups. The Park Manager or his/her designee will approve specific duty hours and assignments. The Park Manager or his/her designee will approve any change in duty schedules.

Oct, Nov. & Dec. - Position's Full
Jan, Feb & March - Position's Full
March, April, May, June - Position's Full
July, Aug and Sept. - Position's open at this time

Maintenance Services
Maintenance Services volunteers will assist parks with general maintenance and small construction projects. Examples include trail work, painting, plumbing, weeding, planting, or other projects as designated by the Park Manager or his/her designee. Volunteers will not be required to perform any extensive maintenance or repairs, especially to equipment and vehicles.

Interpretive Services
Interpretive Services volunteers support an array of educational and recreational programming. These could include development and presentation of environmental programs (interpretive hikes, school presentations, etc.) historic programs (guided tours of historic houses, brown bag lunch presentations, etc.) and recreational programs (campfire talks, special demonstrations, etc.).

Volunteer Coordinator:

Elese LaVelle, Park Ranger
phone: (928) 855-1223


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