Full service resort just south of Parker Dam offers amenities such as a golf course, a grocery store, tennis courts, gas, restaurants, public phones, and lodging.
105 shoreline camps are available along the Arizona side of Lake Havasu, from Lake Havasu City south to the Parker Dam. Most sites have a picnic table, shade ramada, barbeque grill, pit toilet, and trash can. The camps are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Free public fishing access is being developed through the Lake Havasu Fisheries Improvement Program, a cooperative partnership. Current sites include Takeoff Point, Havasu Springs, Site Six, and Mesquite Bay. Sites include parking, restrooms, and universally-accessible fishing docks.
Two private resorts are located on leased public lands along the lake shore. These provide many recreation opportunities and facilities including camping, boat ramps and marina, swim beach, stores, restaurants, laundry, and longer-term mobile home spaces.
Standard Wash is a popular staging area for backcountry ventures for four wheel drive, dune buggy, motorcycles, and other OHVs. Except for the Open Areas located on the Parker Strip, all OHV users must remain on existing roads and trails.
Weather is good for visiting year-round.
Havasu Springs is located northeast of Parker Dam on Highway 95.