Arizona is best known for its desert landscapes, but there's a surprising amount of water all around the Grand Canyon State as well, and one of Arizona's prettiest lakeside cities is Lake Havasu. Situated down in Mohave County in the western part of the city, Lake Havasu City is home to a little more than 50,000 people, with over 200,000 in the full metropolitan area.


1.Lake Havasu RV Parks

Lake Havasu RV Parks
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Incorporated in 1978, Lake Havasu was originally founded as a military rest camp during World War II. The lake itself is a large reservoir made back in the 1930s and sitting on the Colorado River on the state border between California and Arizona. It was named 'Havasu' in honor of the Mojave word which means 'Blue'. A prime spot for fishing, kayaking, and general outdoor recreation of all kinds, Lake Havasu is a great place for people of all ages to spend some leisure time, with Lake Havasu being a popular spring break and summer vacation destination.

It has also been a filming location for several films including Day of the Wolves and Piranha 3D, with local attractions including London Bridge, Rotary Park, the Lake Havasu Historical Society, the Aquatic Center, and more. If you're heading down to Lake Havasu on a road trip vacation, there are plenty of campgrounds and RV parks to stay at. Read on for full contact info and details on the best RV parks in the Lake Havasu area.

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2.Havasu RV Resort

Havasu RV Resort
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One of the best rated RV parks not just in Lake Havasu, but in the entire Colorado River Valley, Havasu RV Resort is a great place to spend some time in this beautiful little corner of Arizona. If you're looking for top class amenities and professional service, this is a great RV park to choose. Havasu RV Resort has been in operation since 2005 and features almost 400 individual RV sites.

On-site amenities include two large heated pools, two Jacuzzis, pretty garden areas, walking paths, a chip and putt golf course, horseshoe pits, a club house, impeccable showers, clean restrooms, a fully fitted gym area, an activity center with library and kitchen, and full cable TV and high speed internet for all guests. Not only that, but lots of fun activities are organized at this Lake Havasu RV park on a regular basis, with some of the most popular examples being live music, dances, pot lucks, water aerobics, yoga, pilates, card games, arts and crafts sessions, game nights, and more.

1905 Victoria Farms Rd, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404, Phone: 928-764-2020

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3.Campbell Cove RV Resort

Campbell Cove RV Resort
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Another very highly rated RV park in the Lake Havasu area, Campbell Cove RV Resort is very popular for the friendliness of its staff and the beauty of its surroundings. Self-styled as the most scenic RV park in Lake Havasu, Campbell Cove RV Resort offers lots of full hook-up RV sites with gorgeous views in every direction. You can actually sit and enjoy a stunning sunset right from the comfort of your motorhome at this amazing RV park, which is closely situated for trips to local landmarks like London Bridge.

The rates at this RV park are very low and attractive too, so it's a good choice for travelers on a budget, and the Windsor Beach Wildlife Refuge is right next door so it's a great spot to do some birdwatching too. On-site amenities at this excellent Lake Havasu City RV park include a large spa, a grill area, a swimming pool, clean restrooms, showers, a big clubhouse for all kinds of fun and games, a fire pit, a local convenience store selling gas, propane, and more, and a strong, secure fence surrounding the whole property. There are over 100 sites at this RV park too, so you never have to worry about it filling up.

1523 Industrial Blvd, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403, Phone: 928-854-7200

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4.Sam's Beachcomber RV Resort

Sam's Beachcomber RV Resort
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In terms of location, RV parks don't come much better than Sam's Beachcomber RV Resort. Located out on a little peninsula that juts into the Colorado River and offers stunning scenic views all around, this RV park can help you enjoy the best possible experiences on your trip down to Lake Havasu. Many of the RV sites at this location offer views out onto the lake, as well as letting you admire and enjoy the mountains and rock formations out on the horizon. All guests can benefit from private access to Lake Havasu, as well as their own private beaches for sunbathing, swimming, beach games, picnics, and many other activities.

This RV park is also fitted out with a huge rec center to help you meet new people and enjoy some fun activities, a billiard room to hang out with friends and play some games, horseshoe pits to while away the afternoon hours, a swimming pool and spa to help you cool off after soaking up the sunrays, and more. RV rates at this RV park are quite attractive too, with daily rates beginning at less than $61 and monthly stays available for just $650 at certain times of the year. There's a very warm and welcoming atmosphere at this RV park that people of all ages will undoubtedly appreciate, and the easy access to the lake, complete with various boat launch and docking sites, makes it a great option for anyone who wants to actually head out on the water and enjoy some Lake Havasu adventures.

555 Beachcomber Boulevard, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403, Phone: 928-453-1550

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3 Best Lake Havasu RV Parks