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Lake Havasu City - Cattail Cove State Park

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Situated along Lake Havasu, Cattail Cove State Park offers countless activities along one of Arizona's most popular lakes. From sun-bathing on the shoreline to bass fishing, you're sure to find an activity that will float your boat.

With a total of 61 campsites and 28 ports for houseboats, Cattail Cove State Park provides hours, if not days, of family fun and entertainment.



Reviews

Amy Cordova

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
We had a beautiful little camping spot not too far from the human beach. I absolutely adore that they have a dog beach it made the stay well worth it as we we're traveling with two dogs!!!! Everyone was so friendly and welcoming and our spot was noted and reserved upon arrival so we didn't even have to exit our vehicle!!!!! I will definitely be returning here very very soon!!!!

Vanko -

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Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Great quiet location even during spring break craziness. The lots are pretty close together but that should be expected in a place with such high demand. Great clean bathrooms with running water and showers. Would be five stars if my unrealistic desire of more space was here. Pretty close to the water could see it from my tent.

Sajesh Enampurath

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Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017
This is a pretty lake side camp site. We did our first RV trip with three kids and four adults to this campsite and enjoyed a lot. The camp sites are close but that was never a bother as all the campers were really good and friendly, and we had a feeling of living in a small pretty village. The bathroom (includes shower) and utility facilities were well maintained and outstanding. There is also a fish cleaning station and a small library! The nearest city is of course Lake Havasu city is 12 miles away.

Nevanka

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
This park is expanding. Reserve a year in advance. The park Rangers keep a close watch on the facilities. Beautiful beach area.

markymarko7

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Friday, March 2, 2018
This spot near Lake Havasu was quiet during my visit with a breathtaking view of the California side of the lake. Friendly park staff and reasonable park fees. The grounds are pet friendly and has a park for dogs to play. The beach is sand and maintained daily by the park staff.

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