37 Parks near Havasu City, California
Jul 2014 - $32.00
We always come here more than once during the summer to go boating. Staff is always friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms could use some upgrading but overall a great experience. Decently priced and nice campground. - vanity_moreno
Apr 2014 - $27.00
The staff is great, the park is clean, the views are awesome, the casino is fun!
The casino, store, and hardware store are a short walk away (1/4 mile tops).
Fuel is expensive so fill up before visit.
Some washer/dryers do not work, dirt bikes do donuts making clouds of dust, make noise, dogs barking as usual because of poor owners.
Bring long (20 foot) sewer hose, potable water hose and make sure your electric shore tie cable is at least 20 feet long.
Did I mention the scenic view? :-) - Traveling Dan
Oct 2013 - $27.00
We camped here in truck camper. Sites are large, easily accessible and fairly level bathrooms are clean also laundry building was ok. Long walk to stores & casino. Would be great if there was a shuttle to call for these places. Would camp here again. - zookep9
May 2016 - $35.00
Quiet park right in Lake Havasu. Sites are very level, lots of space between sites. You need to reserve early online as this place is usually full. If you are really lucky you can get a waterfront site that a private campground would charge you $90 for, but here the state park system is only charging you $35. Large white sand beach is the center of the park. No dogs allowed at the beach. Be prepared to get killed by mosquitos in the evenings especially near the lake. You will also enjoy nice shady trails and cactus garden. Every time you go in and out of the park, be prepared to wait behind others who are checking in, or getting a day pass. The biggest surprise to me was the size of the parking lot for boat trailer parking. It is the size of probably 3 walmart parking lots. Also remember as a courtesy to others, and only reserve a site length that is necessary for your camper. We saw 3 ft. long campers, and even tents using a 55 ft site when shorter sites were available. Large RV's can't get a reservation if small campers are using the long sites. - cherrytree
Mar 2016 - $40.00
This park got a "make over" recently and is very nice. Many of the camping sites are some of the most spacious I have ever seen. Our site was right on a very wide beach but even the sites not on the beach would offer a great view of the lake. You could easily take your lawn chair down to the water without bothering anyone if you weren't staying on a lakeside site and save yourself $10 per night. Sites are all gravel, restrooms look nice. They are building a new boat ramp on one end of the park and there was construction noise during day and generators pumping water out at night. Recommend staying at other end of park until that is completed. We would definately stay here again. - Nautical Wheelers
Dec 2015 - $30.00
We were sorry we could spend only one night here. It is a lovely campground, located right on the shore of Lake Havasu. It was very quiet and pretty empty when we stayed on Dec. 14. We imagine it could get very crowded and noisy during the summer months. The grounds were clean, the sites spacious, and the location perfect. The staff were friendly and helpful, and we really enjoyed our stay. We didn't use the restrooms or showers so can't comment on them. Sites are pretty level, and it was easy to get settled in. Wish we could have stayed longer!
Note: there is a multiple lane boat launch ramp being constructed very close to this campground, so it seems this campground could be hard to get into when it is boating season. The noise starts around 7 am, and not sure when the project will be complete. Just be aware of this potential issue. - EileenC
Jan 2016 - $625.00
Old resort with new ownership. Lots of remodeling with some facilities closed. Front office friendly, but not knowledgeable about area activities. Located on waterfront but not readily accessible to shoreline. - Dan K
Feb 2015 - $18.00
We stayed here for 3 months Dec-Febr and the monthly rate was $545 + elec. This park changed ownership while we were here and the rate beginning March 1 will be $625. Previous name was The Beachcomber and it is now Sam's Beachcomber. This place is a mixed bag but it seems part of that may have been the potential for new ownership at the auction. Will be interesting to see what the new owners do as it has a lot of potential due to the outstanding location. The asphalt roads are in horrible condition. The RV sites are gravel with various sizes of concrete pads that are old. No picnic tables. Wiring is old and we ended up changing to 30 amp because our surge guard kept tripping on 50. Not using AC either. No problems using 30 amp. Many of the 'park models' are old and in bad shape which makes the park look junky. But, word has it that the new owner will force them to clean up or move out. On the other hand, the park models on the lake with the fantastic views are very nice and well kept. There is a pool and jacuzzi as well as planned activities in the winter. We did not use the rest rooms and showers but many of our neighbors did and they said they were adequate but dated. Nice laundry room that was often very busy but I did always get machines. Dog friendly and people do clean up after their pets. No grass anywhere but that's pretty much true of Havasu in general. Friendly and helpful office staff that is staying with the new owners. The big plus here is the location. So close to town! So close to the lake! Most of the full hookup sites do not have lake views but there is a gravel area on the point with fantastic lake views for dry camping that would be fine for shorter term if you can dry camp. I get the impression that this park is much different in the warmer months when the snowbirds are gone and the boaters return. I would rate this park much higher IF the new owners fix it up. I hope other people post reviews as the new owners make changes and hopefully upgrade it! We would return if they do improve it. Otherwise, we would stay at The Islander next door which is a much nicer park. - thekites
May 2016 - $29.00
Nice park. Hard to enter due to double entrance issues. One entrance is false and the other is through the gas station. Take the gas station entrance. Dog park is for little dogs and nice, mine is a lab, so not good for us. View was nice. Regular residents on the far side of park and transient visitors on the south side. Overall had a great stay here. Staff is friendly and very helpful. Pool and hot tub were awesome and very clean. - rvjubilee
May 2016 - $42.00
This campground is close to the lake, on a hill, but there is no water access. We were camped around the outer edge so we had a nice site with a view of the lake. There are other buildings between you and the lake so it is not a direct view. The interior sites however look very sandwiched in. Small pool and spa. The small dog park is more of a dog cage. My dog just sat in there and looked at me. Clean park. - cherrytree
Mar 2016 - $42.00
Don't pay extra for the "lake view", as it overlooks an industrial park with the lake in the distance. There is no dog run as advertised and the pet walk is about a 20'x 20 kennel. Not a dog friendly park at all. Nice landscaping. Very very tight spots. - GKW
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Stayed for five days, great stay, clean neat and kept up. Garbage picked up daily. Safe place to swim and have a boat. - D'art campizard
Mar 2016 - $50.00
We had family staying here for the winter and used their spot after they left, I believe based on a weekly rental the daily rate is $50 which would be expensive for what you get here. Full hooks ups only on top of the hill, the beach sites are elec/water. The main draw here is their great location, on the island and right on the beach. Not much curb appeal, mostly gravel, very few trees, very crowded and some longer term sites are a bit junky. The sites facing the beach are the nicest but scarce. Perhaps 3/4 of total sites are on interior road or up on hill. A lot of friendly snowbirds stay here due to the price break for multi-month rentals and the "anything goes" atmosphere. Some noisy nights between coyotes yipping nearby, loud boats coming through the channel and the spring break bars rocking til 4 am. The only restrooms are up on the hill. Didn't use them so can't comment on current status. - Nautical Wheelers
Jan 2016 - $50.00
This park is old and pretty trashy. When we came for a few days in January, most of the park was used by seasonals. Many/most of the sites had strips of indoor carpeting spread about the RVs - moldy and dirty. The picnic table was unusable at our site - too wobbly. Concrete was broken and a tripping hazard. Sites were pretty small, at least for the short-term site we had. They also stuck a tag on our trailer that did not come off until I got a scraper. Next time we will boondock. - UTTransplant
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Nice large sites. Very nice biking area. We could ride a nice trail around the island and bike into town for lunch or dinner. Wonderful trail to walk along the shore of the lake also. - BigGene
Dec 2015 - $54.00
The actual rate including taxes worked out to be approximately $63 per night for an average pull through site. So, for a 12 night stay it was over $750. There was no weekly rate offered. Size wise, site was spacious enough, rock with a concrete slab patio clean area.
As far as wifi goes, there is 24 hour availability around office area, which includes a laundry room and library. But, at site you are limited to one hour per device. We did not have any problems with it, and actually getting used to the one hour limit was hard at first, but turned out to be fine.
There is no cable tv in the park, but we were able to rely on our antenna.
The one odd thing I found was in a park with so many spaces, there is only one garbage, which is located at the check in area. - blondeegal
Oct 2015 - $40.00
What can I say this is a five-star resort on an island with their own marina and every you could imagine . it's friendly to dogs. Satellite friendly site, this place is extremely well-kept beautiful dog run beautiful pool and hot tub's it's nicely located in Lake Havasu close to town and sightseeing would definitely stay here over all other campgrounds in the area it is well worth it ! - toypulr
Feb 2014 - $60.00
As others have said, if you are a golfer this is a great resort. We had the pleasure of staying at the Refuge for the month of February. The facilities are first class and the staff are the best! The owners could not have been more accommodating. Between the Refuge and the Lake Havasu City activities there was something going on every day. The only complaint I have is that we left at the end of February and we should have extended our stay for another month. We hope we have the opportunity to return and see again the many friends we met. - jpcunha
Jan 2014 - $80.00
First Class! We no longer golf so did not use course. Our rate included a golf cart parked at our site and a $25.00 per day credit at the Club House (dining or Pro Shop). Grounds are beautiful with both views of the golf course and Lake Havasu. Going to return again for a week in May and rent a boat for day trips on the Lake and Colorado River. The owner is the founder of Coach-Net.com - jbskone
Nov 2013 - $60.00
This is heaven for a golfing RVer. Nice golf, supplied free golf cart, unlimited golf for free. They said we would pay when we signed up but the owners and employees said that they do not charge any RV residents. The course was once an Arnold Palmer designed course but bankruptcy stopped the use of his name. Dogs are allowed off leash in your RV site and grass all around to walk them. Sites are packed gravel (not too bad) but it gets dirty and dusty at times because there is no cement. Would stay here again but 28 days next time. Golf and an RV lot for 28 days for $1,800 is as good as it gets. - vern bauch
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Major drawback is very low water pressure and all sites are only 30 amp. With 90+ temp you have to manage elec use. Sites are ok, mostly level. You have to adjust how you park if you have roof mounted sat dish as trees can interfere with signal. Only one bath house. Men's has 2 toilets, 1 urinal, 2 showers and 2 sinks but always very clean. Pool is nice and over half is 7' to 5' deep. Park is not kid friendly. Nearly all picnic tables are rotted and in dire need of replacement. The one at our site was unuseable with nails stickimg up. Only 2 miles to new shopping center with a Walmart, Pennys, Dillards, Sears and other shops but many vacant units. Home Depot and Lowes very close. Staff friendly. For $10 a night it was ok for the 10 day stay. Would stay again gor overnight of short term. - venice
Mar 2016 - $1.00
Our overall rating is based on being members of CRA. We stayed as CRA members for 2 weeks during the snowbird months. Overall enjoyed our stay. Not close to the actual lake, however, easy to get into town to do so. Facility is well maintained and they have lots of activities for everyone to participate in. The park is split into kind of two halves. On the east side of London Bridge road, there were more seasonal sites. On the west side of London Bridge road, it was definitely CRA or C2C members, lots of moving in and out. Pool and club houses were nice and clean. Small dog runs. Staff was friendly and helpful. They accept visitor mail. No security gates, but well monitored. Rules were kept. Laundry room is open to public as well. Only 30 amp service available. Wi-fi is available, strong signal, but basically no speed, except at 3 a.m. If you have Verizon or ATT cell phones, you'll get good reception. Easy going atmosphere. - JS Dobson
Mar 2016 - $1.00
We stayed for free at this resort after listening to a brief sales pitch for Coast to Coast Properties. This particular resort is a basic, crowded parking lot. We would probably not stay here next time. Normal site rate is $50/night. We do not fish or boat, so were not interested in the water activities available. - johnanann
Apr 2016 - $42.00
We stayed for a month. Denise in the office is great! Concrete pad, good wifi and utilies. Shopping close by. - Jane-D100
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Rate is based on the weekly rate of $250 plus tax plus $2 per day for dog. This is a very clean, very quiet and neat park about 4-miles north of the London Bridge on Arizona 95 (west side of road). There are 4-rows of sites...the 2-middle rows are pull thru and the others are back in. One row each of pull-thru and back-in face NE while the others face south and SW. The owners told us the pull thru's are 50' which seems about right as we had to disconnect as both the MH and Jeep would not fit on the pad. Even disconnected the Jeep would not fit on the pad. The pads are level and the site includes a picnic table, 30/50 electric, water and sewer. There may be a cable connection but as we have satellite I didn't check. We had a clear view of the sky for the sat. dish. There is a small pool, nice laundry room and a game/activity room. Owner's are friendly and there appears to be on-site security. About the only negative we have about this park is the spacing between sites...very close quarters. The RV is parked on a concrete pad and your toad/towed vehicle is parked on a gravel area between your pad and the pad next to you. The park was about half-empty when we arrived and despite a lot of empty sites new arrivals were parked around us rather than being spaced out throughout the park. All sites have a nice view of the mountains and some have a view of a portion of the lake. Despite the close quarters we would stay here again. - rk911
Apr 2016 - $53.00
A really nice RV park. Everything is clean and up-to-date. The wifi is strong. The cable TV is great. Nice view from some sites. Easy access sites. The only "minor" negatives are that it is basically a blacktop parking lot with a few trees and the price. But the blacktop is what makes it all so clean. You get what you pay for and I would definitely stay here again. - Bruce of Port Ludlow
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Staying here for a couple of nights to get some work done on our bus in town. Site wasn't level side to side or front to back. Had to crank up the jacks big time to get level. As stated before, long term tenants around the edges. OK for a few nights. Also in the flight path of the airport. Just small planes during our stay. OK for a short stay. Office had us listed for one site that someone else was in and had to look around to find us another site. All in all, an OK park for the price. - Bluebird Bob
Oct 2014 - $32.00
The park consists of a paved interior loop road with gravel sites. The perimeter sites were primarily taken up by permanent residents. Many of the interior sites were unoccupied so could be treated as pull-throughs for ease of access. Our site was sloped from side to side but boasted a concrete patio area and broken picnic table. Utilities were generally good though water pressure was a bit low. The pool, restrooms, clubhouse and laundry were very clean and nicely maintained. The wi-fi worked well and AT&T coverage in the area was very good. - never settled