Lake Havasu

Overview:

Lake Havasu is a popular destination during the cooler months for van lifers and RV dwellers. You will find plenty of nomads boondocking on the BLM lands just outside the city limits. The city offers a wide variety of adventures you can take; especially if you like being on the water.

Adventure:

Lake Havasu is a great place to visit that offers endless water sports, restaurants, and other adventures.

The city has all the amenities you would expect in a city of 60k people; grocery stores, gyms, restaurants, gas, RV resorts, and much more. There is also a great aquatic and community center. 

What I enjoy the best about Lake Havasu is its laid back vibes during the winter months. 

Hiking

There is plenty of hiking trails around Lake Havasu for you to explore. A few of my favorites include:

  • SARA Crack Trail (Moderate 3.5 Miles)
  • Sunset Trail to London Bridge (Easy 4 Miles)
  • Lizard Peak Trail (Moderate 2 miles)

Rotary Community Park & Playground

My favorite park in Lake Havasu if Rotary Community Park. The park offers van lifers a great place to spend the day on the river. The park has a 1-mile jogging path, beach, picnic tables, BBQ, boccie ball & volleyball courts, skate parkand much more. It’s also a popular location for local residents to take a stroll on the boardwalk. 

Lake Havasu State Park

One of the biggest parks in Lake Havasu in the state park. The state park offers camping, hiking, fishing, boating, and much more.

SARA Park

One of my favorite places in Lake Havasu is SARA Park. The park is an 1100-acre regional park with spectacular mountain views and access to the Colorado River. The park has a network of:
  • Hiking and mountain bike trails,
  • Baseball fields
  • Dog park
  • Rodeo grounds
  • Fairgrounds
  • BMX and motocross racing
  • Roller hockey
  • RC plane field
  • Shooting and archery range
  • Website: SARA Park

RV Resorts

There are a number of RV resorts that offer full hooks ups. The main ones are:

  • Havasu RV Resort
  • Campbell Cover RV Resort
  • Crazy Horse Campground
  • Lake Havasu State Park

Boondocking

There are a variety of boondocking locations right outside Lake Havasu city limits. 

  • North of the City: Craggy Wash 
  • South of the City: Havasu Road, Standard Wash

It’s a privilege to have Lake Havasu for our enjoyment, so please practice Leave No Trace principles.

References and Links:

Davis Camp Park

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Blythe Intaglios

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