Three Dunes Campground at Cattail Cove State Park is not an official campground, but is a unique subset of the 32 boat-in campsites in the park. Three Dunes Campground is a popular boating destination on Lake Havasu and is only accessible by boat and offers camping across large sand dunes and sandy beaches. The area around Three Dunes Campground is popular for water sports, including water skiing and boating, as well, as fishing.

There are roughly 15 campsites at Three Dunes Campground, which offer picnic tables and access to vault toilets and trash cans. There are no fire rings at the boat-in campsites and campfires are not permitted.

Three Dunes Campground Features

Campground Type: Primitive, Semi-organized
Number of Campsites: 15 Campsites
Cost: $20/boat/night
Use Level: Medium – High
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Fire Rings: None – Campfires not allowed
Drinking Water: None
Toilets: Yes – Vault Toilets
Showers: None
Trash/Dumpsters: Yes
Hiking Access: Yes
Beach/Lake Access: Yes
RV/Trailer Length: Not Available
RV/Trailer Amenities: None
Cell Phone Service: None
Wifi: None
Operating Season: Campground Open Year-round
Other:

Getting There

Address:
Geo Coordinates: 34.362260, -114.197101
Nearest City/Town: Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Elevation: 450 Feet
Location: Mohave County, Arizona
Paved Road Access: None
Proximity to Stores: 5 miles by boat to Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Directions:

Connect

Phone: (928) 855-1223
Web: Cattail Cove State Park
Reservations: Not Accepted – First-come/First-Served

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.

The location could not be found.

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.

Image Credits: Nosha via Flickr

SHARE
Previous articleLake Havasu State Park – Windsor Beach
Next articleCattail Cove State Park
Justin is an IT Professional, focused on cloud, mobile, and infrastructure management and security with his consulting business, as well as chief bottle washer for this website. In addition to NextCampsite.com, Justin also runs and writes for the technology infrastructure-focused blog OddJobsInTech.com, and the mobile device-focused blog EnterpriseMobileDevice.com.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here