Cattail Cove

State Park - Arizona

The beach, boat ramp, and 61 campsites at Cattail Cove State Park offer a broad spectrum of activities for all to enjoy. There are also 32 boat-in campsites along the lake shoreline within the park. Whether you're interested in swimming, fishing or just lounging and relaxing, Cattail Cove State Park offers you and your family a chance to get away and enjoy tranquility along Lake Havasu. The 2,000-acre park has been operated by the Arizona State Parks Board since 1970. Lake Havasu was formed when the Colorado River was dammed near Parker. The 45-mile long lake creates a haven for all kinds of water sports. Fish for largemouth and striped bass, channel and flathead catfish, bluegill and crappie. Boat on the blue waters, sail into quiet coves, or water ski or jet ski out on the open lake.

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Mohave County Map of Arizona Surface Management Responsibility. Published by Arizona State Land Department and U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM).AZ Surface Management Responsibility - Mohave County

Mohave County Map of Arizona Surface Management Responsibility. Published by Arizona State Land Department and U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Statewide Map of Arizona Surface Management Responsibility. Published by Arizona State Land Department and U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM).AZ Surface Management Responsibility - Arizona State

Statewide Map of Arizona Surface Management Responsibility. Published by Arizona State Land Department and U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

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Brochure and Map of Cattail Cove State Park (SP) in Arizona. Published by Arizona State Parks & Trails.Cattail Cove - Brochure

Brochure and Map of Cattail Cove State Park (SP) in Arizona. Published by Arizona State Parks & Trails.

Cattail Cove SP https://azstateparks.com/cattail-cove https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cattail_Cove_State_Park The beach, boat ramp, and 61 campsites at Cattail Cove State Park offer a broad spectrum of activities for all to enjoy. There are also 32 boat-in campsites along the lake shoreline within the park. Whether you're interested in swimming, fishing or just lounging and relaxing, Cattail Cove State Park offers you and your family a chance to get away and enjoy tranquility along Lake Havasu. The 2,000-acre park has been operated by the Arizona State Parks Board since 1970. Lake Havasu was formed when the Colorado River was dammed near Parker. The 45-mile long lake creates a haven for all kinds of water sports. Fish for largemouth and striped bass, channel and flathead catfish, bluegill and crappie. Boat on the blue waters, sail into quiet coves, or water ski or jet ski out on the open lake.
Nearby Parks Hiking Trails Park Rules If you’re having a great time here, don’t forget to visit one of the other four nearby state parks! River Island State Park (14 miles) This park is ideal for tent campers and provides a scenic respite, a desert escape, or a fun-filled water adventure. It offers campsites, ramadas, a sandy beach, cove, and boat launch area. The park has a trail for hiking and access to offhighway vehicle back-country roads. (928) 667-3386 Buckskin Mountain State Park (15 miles) Mountains line the river on both the Arizona and California sides, and the wildlife is as varied as the recreational opportunities along the river. This picturesque park provides a scenic respite and a fun-filled escape from the desert heat. (928) 667-3231 Lake Havasu State Park (17 miles) The scenic shoreline is an ideal place to enjoy beautiful beaches, nature trails, boat ramps, cabins, and convenient campsites. This spot is truly a watersport haven located near the famous London Bridge of Lake Havasu City. (928) 855-2784 Whytes Retreat Trail: This is a 1.5-mile hiking trail with an easy rating. The trail begins at the park and follows the shoreline, providing an excellent view of the lower portion of the Colorado River, the Whitsett Pumping Station, and Parker Dam. The shoreline portion of the trail ends at Whytes Retreat. The McKinney Loop portion of the trail returns to Cattail Cove through low desert hills and a shallow gorge with bluffs on both sides. To reach the trail, follow the entrance road to the boat launch ramp where the trail begins on the south side. Ted’s Trail: A 0.5-mile moderately difficult hiking trail. Wayne’s Way Trail: A looping trail with two loops, either 0.2 or 0.9 miles, rated moderate to difficult. Ripley’s Run Trail: A 1.6-mile trail that runs through State Trust Land and property managed by the Bureau of Land Management. General Rules • Do not litter! “Leave no trace” and pack out what you bring in, or use the trash receptacles provided in the park. • Drive your vehicle only on designated paved surfaces. Park only in designated parking areas. Do not park on the side of the road. • Stay on designated trails. Cutting trails degrades habitat and harms the landscape. • Do not use glass containers in the park. • All of our parks adhere to firearm and hunting regulations. Please familiarize yourself with this information. Fires • Keep fires in grills or designated state parks fire rings. Never leave fires unattended! • Do not gather firewood in the parks. Firewood is for sale in most park stores. • Fireworks are not permitted in state parks. • Be “fire smart” and check fire restrictions at azstateparks.com/fire-safety. Camping • Campsites are limited to up to six adults and up to 10 people total. • There are designated dump facilities at the park for your convenience. Swimming • There is a designated area for swimming. • Please obey all posted signs. Boating • Review boating regulations before heading out on the water. Pets • Keep your pets on a maximum six-foot leash at all times. Pets must be attended at all times. • Pick up after your pet. • For additional information related to pets, visit our website or ask park staff. The rules of this park are not limited to the rules listed above. Additional park rules may be found at azstateparks.com. CATTAIL COVE 09/20 Established 1957 Cattail Cove State Park 15 mi. S of Lake Havasu City, Hwy 95 Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405 Enjoy the beach, boat ramp, and campsites at Cattail Cove State Park. Whether you’re interested in swimming, fishing, lounging, or relaxing, you can get away and enjoy tranquility on the Colorado River. Lake Havasu was formed when the Colorado River was dammed near Parker. The 45-mile long lake creates a haven for all kinds of water sports. Fish, boat, sail into quiet coves, or water or jet ski out on the open lake. If you have your own boat, you can motor out to one of the 32 campsites along the water’s edge. Thank you for visiting! azstateparks.com/cattail-cove AZStateParks Catch the limit of bass, catfish, and crappie. A valid Arizona fishing license is required for anglers 10 years and older. We also offer a fish cleaning station at the park. Boat-In Camping Sites There are boat-in camping sites with picnic tables and access to pit toilets. All boat-in camping sites are first-come, first-served. You can also use boat camping sites for day use! Wildlife Viewing (928) 855-1223 | 1-877-MYPARKS Like/Follow/Watch us on: Fishing 1-877-MYPARKS | azstateparks.com Birds include loons, ducks, Gambel’s quail, hummingbirds, and vultures. You may also see rabbits, coyotes, bighorn sheep, raccoons, bobcats, and snakes. 70 0 600 _ ! To Lake Havasu City 15mi 24km 70 0 0 900 50 Red Rock 800 80 0 70 0 900 Trail Name ML RR SL TE WW WR McKinney Loop Ripley's Run Sandpoint Lookout Ted's Trail Wayne's Way Whyte's Retreat Length One Way mi km 0.8 1.3 1.5 2.4 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.8 1.0 1.7 0.6 1.0 u H 3! ! _ i _

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