Lake Havasu, which was formed by damming the Colorado River, is home to just about every kind of water sport for a fun-filled stay at the park.
Cattail Cove State Park, Beach, Hiking & Camping, Lake Havasu Arizona
Away from the hikes, Cattail Cove State Park’s proximity to the water allows for fun water activities. Whether you would like to enjoy a swim or prefer the adrenaline rush of your favorite water sport, you will be spoilt for choice at the park. Go boating on the lake’s calm waters, enjoy the adventure of water-skiing in the open waters, or simply sail into the sunset.
Fishing is a popular activity at the park, and it is not uncommon to catch catfish, bass, crappie, and sunfish, among some other species. Note that a valid fishing license is required for anyone ten years and above.
The family-friendly park has great options for the kids too. The park’s boating safety coloring book teaches the kids boating safety, while the Junior Ranger program is ideal for kids between 6 and 12 years. For kids who are enthusiastic about the natural world, an activity sheet is provided to record any bugs that they encounter.
Camping and RV sites available at the park allow visitors to stay for up to two weeks. Amenities at the camping sites include water and electricity hookups, a picnic table, BBQ, and fire pit. Additional park amenities include restrooms, dump station, and a visitor center.
Cattail Cove State Park makes for an excellent holiday destination for all.