Description - Moabi Regional Park was the first park operated by the Regional Parks Division of Public Works Department. This facility is located on the banks of the Colorado River, southeast of Needles, on land leased from the Bureau of Land Reclamation administered by the Bureau of Land Management.
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Aerial View of Moabi Regional Park
- Moabi Regional Park features a five-lane boat launch ramp, which provides public access to the Colorado River. A fully stocked concession operated general store, and marina with gas service and mooring berths are available. Swimming, water skiing, fishing, and canoeing are the popular year-round activities. Equestrians trails, ball fields and picnic areas are additional attractions. Duffers can sharpen their putting skills at the park's putting green. An 18-hole course is moments away.
Camping is a popular and major activity at Moabi. Campers have their choice of river edge, tent or RV camping (with hookups). The campground is complete with hot showers, laundry facilities, public phone, picnic tables, and barbecue grills.
Special events include youth canoe-camping jamboree, radio control boat races, Colorado River explorer competition, and more.
Recreation - Camping, youth activities, horseback riding, fishing, swimming, horseshoe tossing, volleyball, basketball, boating, bird watching and picnicking are just some of the reasons people visit Moabi Regional Park.
Climate - A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over Southern California - inland it is generally hot in the summer and mild in the winter. During the summer, valley temperatures can soar above 100 degrees while remaining pleasant in the mountains. Most of the precipitation comes as rain during the winter months. During the winter months higher elevations experience snow and freezing temperatures.
Moabi Regional Park is on the banks of the Colorado River just 11 miles southeast of Needles, California on Interstate 40.