Masks are required when visiting our ranger stations, restrooms, stores, or historic buildings. Please also wear a mask while recreating outside if social distancing cannot be maintained. No tent camping in the cabin loop. To maintain social distancing and avoid over-crowding, the park may experience temporary day-use closures.
Lake Havasu Weather
Fall, winter, and spring are an ideal time to hike the Mohave Sunset Trail to view wildlife. Winter in Lake Havasu has warm days and cool nights to enjoy a campfire. Winter rains are sporadic but gentle. Wildflowers can be spectacular in the park vicinity depending on rainfall. The park typically doesn't get flowers within park boundaries, but along the highway and lake there are great blooms during wet years. 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.
Summers have hot days and warm nights. Lake Havasu State Park offers a great opportunity to cool off by the lake. During monsoon season (June – September), clouds build throughout the day. Strong afternoon thunderstorms are sporadic with heavy winds and rain.
Below is a listing of average daily temperatures and monthly precipitation:
|January||65° F||43° F||1.06"|
Note: 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.