Camping Cabins at Lake Havasu State Park are Open!

Stays starting December 1 are reservable now

PHOENIX – Get ready to take camping to a new level with the brand-new cabins now taking reservations for stays after December 1 at Lake Havasu State Park! An open house will be held on Saturday, November 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the park.Interior of new cabin at Lake Havasu


The new camping cabins are located with the best views in the park, right on the shore of the Colorado River, and each have space to sleep up to six people, with a fire ring, picnic table, ramada and fire pit right outside. Although these are dry cabins, brand-new restroom facilities are located just steps away. Plus, the solar cooling and heating makes your stay comfortable any time of year!


“We know the community has been eagerly awaiting these cabins,” said Arizona State Parks and Trails Executive Director Bob Broscheid. “This is a wonderful amenity to add to Lake Havasu State Park. I know visitors will want to enjoy these outstanding camping experiences.”


A special introductory rate of $89 per night will be in place for cabin stays between November 8 and January 31, 2020. Each cabin also has an adjacent RV site with hookups available for $30 per night. Four of the cabins are ADA-compliant, as are nearby restrooms which also include an adult changing station. The cabins will be available for stays November 8-30 by calling the park directly.


Arizona's state parks provide perfect destinations for family camping adventures without the need for an RV or tent. New cabins at Lake Havasu State Park offer a comfortable stay in the heart of this popular and scenic outdoor destination. The newly-built cabins feature a queen bed with mattress and two pairs of bunk beds with mattresses. Campers supply their own linens or sleeping bags. Make your reservation at one of the new cabins today and get out and explore the parks.


You can make cabin reservations up to a year in advance. For more information, visit Camping cabins are also available at Kartchner Caverns State Park in Benson, Roper Lake State Park in Safford, Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood, Lyman Lake State Park near St. Johns, Patagonia Lake State Park in Patagonia, Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, and Alamo Lake State Park near Wenden, Ariz.


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