Currently tent camping is not permitted in the cabin loop.
Lake Havasu State Park invites all watercraft users to enjoy the Colorado River, but we ask that you do so responsibly. That means ensuring that your watercraft meets all of the regulations for motorized and non-motorized watercrafts for your home state. Remember, both Arizona and California share jurisdiction of the Colorado River, so boaters should be familiar with watercraft regulations for both states.
Visitors may also rent motorized watercraft from our onsite concessionaire, Wet Monkey Powersport Rentals. For more information, you can visit wetmonkeyrentals.com or call (928) 855-2022.
Havasu Riviera Marina will operate as a concession of Lake Havasu State Park and offer boat ramps, dry docks, storage and more. For information about Havasu Riviera opening dates, pricing, and amenities, please visit the website.
- The personal watercraft and jet ramp is at the north end of the park in Lot 1 and does not allow watercrafts with propellers.
- North Ramp and South Ramp are both located in Lot 2 directly east of the contact station (known as Windsor launch ramps).
- Windsor Ramp 3 is toward the south end of the park past the campground area and is part of Lot 3.
Non-motorized watercraft may launch at any boat ramp.
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