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.
Nearby State Parks
Visit nearby Arizona State Parks.
Buckskin Mountain State Park
River Island Unit
Cattail Cove State Park
Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park
This park, which operated as a prison between 1876 and 1909, features original cellblocks, dining hall, and cemetery; as well as a reconstructed guard tower and modern Visitor Center.
The following links are provided as a convenience only; they are not a recommendation of any product, service, or organization. Arizona State Parks maintains this list at its own discretion. Links will open in a new window and leave the Arizona State Parks website.
Visit the “world’s largest antique.” It is located two miles from the park entrance.
Lake Havasu Museum of History
Stop by and learn about the area’s history.
Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge
A great opportunity to explore the riparian-desert interface. The refuge is also a great place for birding and hiking.
Havasu National Wildlife Refuge
The refuge has an informative website with species lists and other information
Lake Havasu Convention and Visitors Bureau
Information about Lake Havasu City. Find out where to stay, play and eat.
Lake Havasu City Chamber of Commerce
Learn more about the area.
Lake Havasu City Marine Association
Association of marine professionals.