Lake Havasu State Park – Windsor Beach is a medium-sized developed campground on the Arizona side of Lake Havasu and offers tent and RV camping. The area is a mecca for water sports, including water skiing and boating, but there are also hiking and four-wheel drive trails available nearby as well. Bass and Carp fishing is also popular at Windsor Beach. The campground provides access to 3 boat ramps and is near the opening to the London Bridge Channel, a popular boating destination.

All of the campsites at Lake Havasu State Park – Windsor Beach Campground offer electrical hookups, a picnic table, and a fire ring. Bathrooms with flush toilets and showers are also available. Campsites 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 14, 16, 34, 36, 38, 40, and 41 are close to or directly on the lake and are considered beachfront campsites.

Lake Havasu State Park – Windsor Beach Campground Features

Campground Type: Organized
Number of Campsites: 47 Campsites
Cost:
  • $30/night – Standard Campsites
  • $35/night – Beachfront Campsites
Use Level: Medium – High
Dogs Allowed: Yes – Pets not allowed on beach
Fire Rings: Yes
Drinking Water: Yes
Toilets: Yes
Showers: Yes
Trash/Dumpsters: Yes
Hiking Access: Yes
Beach/Lake Access: Yes
RV/Trailer Length: Not Defined
RV/Trailer Amenities: Electrical Hookups
Cell Phone Service: Yes
Wifi: None
Operating Season: Campground Open Year-round
Other:

Getting There

Address: 699 London Bridge Road, Lake Havasu, AZ 86403
Geo Coordinates: 34.481125, -114.355643
Nearest City/Town: Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Elevation: 450 Feet
Location: Mohave County, Arizona
Paved Road Access: Yes
Proximity to Stores: Less than 1 mile
Directions:

From northbound US 95 in Lake Havasu City, turn left on London Bridge Road, which is a quarter mile north of McCulloch Road (The road that goes over the London Bridge). Follow it for 1.5 miles to the main entrance to Lake Havasu State Park and turn left. Follow the park road south to Windsor Beach.

Connect

Phone: (928) 855-2784
Web: Lake Havasu State Park
Reservations: Arizona State Parks Reservations

When To Go

Early Spring – Early Summer & Fall – Lake Havasu is in the Mojave Desert, so it gets very hot in the summer, and is the low season for the area. We recommend going in spring, early summer, and fall as the days will be warm and the nights will be cooler. There will be more activity in the area during these times as well.

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What To Do

Fishing – Striped and Largemouth Bass as well as Carp are popular catches in Lake Havasu.

Boating – Lake Havasu is directly accessible from the campground and offers great destinations for a day on the lake.

Hiking – The Mohave Sunset Trail (1.75 miles) winds through the lowland desert and along the shoreline and is accessible from the campground.

Image Credits: Dorian Wallender via Flickr

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