Currently, tent camping is not permitted in the cabin loop.

The South Launch Ramp will be closed for construction through Wednesday, July 17th. 

Portions of the West Beach may not be available for use during your visit as we replace the sidewalk in the Lot 4 Day Use area.

Please contact the park directly at 928-855-2784 with any questions.

Lake Havasu Weather

Lake Havasu City weather is usually fairly predictable and visitors can expect to encounter sunny days with a slight breeze. Fall, winter, and spring are an ideal time to hike park trails to view wildlife, birds, and other Colorado River beauty. A Lake Havasu City winter will typically show you warm days and cool nights..perfect to enjoy a campfire in the campgrounds or within the cabin area! Winter rains are sporadic but gentle and welcome in preparation for the spring wildflower season. A variety of spring wildflowers can be seen within park boundaries and there are great blooms during years of above average winter and early spring precipitation. Weather in Lake Havasu is totally dependent on time of year. Please take a look at the table below to learn about typical Lake Havasu weather patterns. 

Hot days and warm nights are on par with an average summer in Lake Havasu City. Lake Havasu State Park offers a great opportunity to cool off by the lake and even has white sand beaches for easy water access. During monsoon season (June – September), clouds build throughout the day. Strong afternoon thunderstorms are sporadic with heavy winds and rain.

Lake Havasu State Park Weather
Average Daily Temperature (Degrees Fahrenheit)
& Monthly Precipitation (Inches)
Month Temperature Precipitation
High Low
January 65° F 43° F 1.06"
February 71° 47° 0.90"
March 76° 52° 0.80"
April 85° 59° 0.21"
May 93° 68° 0.12"
June 103° 77° 0.05"
July 108° 83° 0.41"
August 106° 81° 0.67"
September 100° 75° 0.55"
October 88° 63° 0.43"
November 74° 50° 0.40"
December 65° 43° 0.59"

Park address 

699 London Bridge Road

Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403

Note: Lake Havasu City, AZ Weather data is provided as a general guide only. Arizona State Parks assumes no responsibility for any loss resulting from the use of this information.


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