Description - The northern boundary is Bullhead City, Arizona, and the southern boundary is around U.S. Highway 60 in the Brenda to Salome area. The eastern edge extends to Alamo Lake while the western edge is in California within several miles of the Colorado River and Lake Havasu shorelines.
Office Location & Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except federal holidays
- The area is best known for the boating, fishing, and site-seeing on Lake Havasu, however most of the public land is the "backcountry" east of the river. The backcountry offers miles of quiet, seldom visited lands including wilderness areas, historic mines and townsites, unique wildlife, exciting roads and offhighway vehicle areas, and interesting geology ranging from sand dunes to rugged canyons and mountains.
Recreation opportunities in the area brings 2.5 million visitors annually to BLM facilities and public lands. Whether you come and enjoy the pleasant winter weather, the spring desert bloom, dispersed camping, or escape the summer heat by going to the lake or river, the Lake Havasu Field Office has something to offer you.
The Office is located on the south end of Lake Havasu City, just south of the intersection of Acoma Blvd South and Highway 95.