- Within Cattail Cove State Park water recreation has become an art form and it is practiced by the devoted all year long. A unique feature of this exceptional park is that you can travel to 150 boat-access only campsites along the shore of Lake Havasu between Cattail Cove and Windsor Beach.
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Cattail Cove State Park
Park facilities include a campground, beach, boat launch ramp, docks, picnic tables, grills, trails, restrooms, and showers. Campsites are comprised of 40 units accessible by RV, plus 150 boat accessible units. Showers and restrooms are handicapped accessible.
Recreation - Recreational opportunities offered by the State Park include camping, hiking, rock hounding, picnicking, fishing, boating, and water skiing (a public boat launch ramp is available). The 45-mile long Lake Havasu creates a haven for all kinds of water sports.
Climate - The climate of Arizona varies greatly with elevation. The low elevations experience a desert climate. Cattail Cove has a low elevation of approximately 450 ft. During the summer months, expect very hot temperatures with afternoon thunderstorms possible especially in July and August. Daytime high temperatures can exceed 115 degrees. Winter brings moderate temperatures to the low elevations, with warm days and cool to cold nights. Winter is a good time to experience these normally snow free areas. Fall and spring are transitional periods and can also be nice times to visit these desert regions. Be prepared for cool temperatures at higher elevations and dress in layers for your travels in this state of varying climates.
Cattail Cove State Park is located in western Arizona along the California border. Cattail Cove can be reached by traveling 15 miles south from Lake Havasu City on State Highway 95.