Boating

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.

To learn more about the registration, usage, and what type of safety equipment you should bring, visit the Arizona Game and Fish's watercraft information page as well as the California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways to make sure you have everything you need before you hit the water.

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.

Boat Ramp

Lake Havasu State Park has five boat ramps in the park: 

  • Visitors can launch their watercraft from one of two boat ramps located in Lot 2, by the Day-Use Areas, just west of the Ranger Station.
  • Visitors can also launch their watercraft from one of two boat ramps located in Lot 1, just north of Lot 2
  • Visitors staying in the park may also launch their watercraft from our newest boat ramp located in the parking area south of Lot 3B.

Non-Motorized Watercraft

Non-motorized watercraft may launch at any boat ramp.