The beach, boat ramp, and 61 campsites at Cattail Cove State Park offer a broad spectrum of activities for all to enjoy. Whether you're interested in swimming, fishing or just lounging and relaxing, Cattail Cove State Park offers you and your family a chance to get away and enjoy tranquility along Lake Havasu. The 2,000-acre park has been operated by the Arizona State Parks Board since 1970.
Lake Havasu was formed when the Colorado River was dammed near Parker. The 45-mile long lake creates a haven for all kinds of water sports. Fish for largemouth and striped bass, channel & flathead catfish, bluegill and crappie. Boat on the blue waters, sail into quiet coves, or water ski or jet ski out on the open lake.
If campgrounds are not your style and you have your own boat, you can motor out to one of the 32 campsites along the water's edge.
The area surrounding the park is also a rock hound's paradise. Volcanic rock, Geodes, Jaspers, Obsidian, Turquoise and Agate can be found outside Lake Havasu City.
Seasons Open: All Year
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Lake Havasu City, AZ
Lake Havasu City is located 10 miles North of the park. The London Bridge brings many visitors to Lake Havasu City each year. The existing London Bridge in Lake Havasu City was opened in London, England in 1831. Robert McCulloch of Lake Havasu City purchased it in 1968 for 1.2 million. The London Bridge is built of granite, has five arches, is 930 feet long, is 49 feet wide, and is made up of 22 million pounds of stone. As the bridge was dismantled each of the 10,276 pieces was marked with a number so placement in the reconstruction could be the same once the bridge arrived in Lake Havasu City.
Lake Havasu has a lot to offer: Water sports rentals, lake tours, ATV rentals, fishing guide service, restaurants, lodging, fuel, banks, groceries, golf courses, parks, dog park, shopping center, library, theaters, laundry, hiking and aquatic center. For more information, visit the Lake Havasu Visitors Bureau at 420 English Village, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403. Phone (928) 855-5655.
Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge
Bill Williams is located 8 miles south of the campground. Wildlife watching, boating, fishing, hiking and hunting are popular activities on the refuge. Take the wonderful walkway down a jetty where the plant life is all labeled. For the bird watchers, you might see Turkey Vultures, Mourning Doves, Coots, Herons and Egrets. (Open Monday through Friday 8 am – 4 pm) For more information contact: 60911 Highway 95, Parker, AZ 85334. Phone (928) 667-4144.
Parker is located 30 miles south of the park. Water sports rentals, restaurants, lodging, fuel, laundry, golf course, and Casino. For more information, visit the Parker area of Chamber of Commerce at 1217 California Ave., Parker. Phone (928) 669-2174..
Parker Dam is located 9.5 miles south of the park. The Dam spans the Colorado River between Arizona and California. The Dam was built between 1937 and 1938 by the Bureau of Reclamation, a must see attraction. You can see the Dam by boating 4 miles south of the campground.
Take AZ 95 north to 40 west to Topoc (exit 1). Follow Route 66 to Oatman, Az. (its about 1-1/2 hour drive from the campground. Gift shops, Gold Mine, Wild Burros and Ghostriders gun fighters. Contact Oatman Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 423, Oatman, AZ 86433. Phone (928) 768-6222
Grand Canyon Caverns
US Route 66 between Kingman and Seligman – take the Andy Devind Blvd (Rte. 66) exit off Route 40 in Kingman and follow that northeast about 65 miles. Just past Peach Springs, 12 miles from the center, you will see a turn to the Grand Canyon Caverns on your right. There are so many breathtaking views, so bring your camera. They offer off-trail exploratory cavern tours.
This would be an all day trip, around 179 miles. Points of interest: Guano Point, Eagle Point, The Hualapai Ranch, Indian Village and The Skywalk. Restaurants, gift shops, rafting, hiking, exploring, horse back rides and sightseeing tours. For more information call (702) 878-9378.
Take AZ 95 north to 40 east to Kingman. Take historic route 66 to Valentine. This non-profit organization is creating habitats for abused and neglected animals and currently home to 120 animals, from monkeys, tigers, reptiles, livestock and birds. Keepers of the Wild has a gift shop, Deli and Ice Cream Parlor. For more information: 13441 East Highway 66, Valentine, AZ. Phone (928) 769-1800.
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