Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Lake Havasu State Park, Arizona


Although we've been in Lake Havasu City most times dry camping over the last 2 years, we've never stayed at the Lake Havasu State Park, Arizona. We have driven in quite a few times to dump tanks and filled water,  but decided to spend a couple of nights here. 



Maybe didn't pick such a great time though. The weather has been turning nasty all around us. Snow has been hitting all over the USA, including Arizona. We heard Kingman, which is 1 hour north of Lake Havasu City, is due for snow. Yikes! It's been a cool winter here. 





We have spent 2 nights at the Lake Havasu State Park, Arizona and despite the crappy weather we've made it a good few days. We have a nice roomy, corner camp site, we're near a beautiful beach with white sand, (although it's been too cool to walk on it the last couple days, we have been down near the replica lighthouse- one of the many in Lake Havasu, which also took us near the water.)


The shoreline also offers boat ramps, picnic areas, and the Mohave Sunset Trail- great for hikes for you and hubby or you and the dog!






Check out while your visiting, the Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden.  The well maintained garden showcases the life that exist within the park: the wildlife and vegetation. Nice walking paths as well and benches for quiet time are placed throughout. 







Although there is no doggy park, there is a doggy beach, and plenty of walking trails for the both of you. 

A great place always begins with the welcome too I might add, and we are always welcomed as we come and go from the park.

Lake Havasu State Park, Arizona is located in the central part of the city- great proximity to anything you need- shopping, dining, etc.. Reservations at this park can be made online 24/7 @ AZStateParks.com


** Also had great Verizon 4G signal!


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