Lake Havasu–An Arizona Boating Paradise
Boating Lake Havasu City
from Gone With the Wynns
In This Section
| Marinas & Launch Ramps
| Boat-In Camping
| Boat-In Dining
| Boat Detailing
| Boating Events
| Boat Fuel Locations
| Boat Rentals
| Boat Repair & Services
| Boating Safety
| Boat Storage
| Designated Captain Program
| Overnight Mooring
| Lake Havasu Map
Lake Havasu City is one of those Arizona vacation spots
that enjoys the privilege of visitors who return year after year. There are families
who have been coming to this beautiful destination for several generations. What is it about this place that inspires such loyalty?
For starters, the people here are known for being welcoming, friendly and relaxed. Leave your dinner jacket at home; you won’t need it when you vacation here (unless you want to, of course). Lake Havasu City is ideally situated, centrally located along 60 continuous miles (30.16 sq. miles) of lake and river waterways, but with all the amenities and services you’d expect in a much larger town. There are restaurants of all types, shopping, sightseeing, and numerous boat service and repair businesses. Almost any make or model of boat can be serviced and repaired right in town by factory trained technicians. Most hotels, RV parks, and campgrounds have boat trailer parking, and some have their own docks and launch ramps for guests. It’s no stretch to say that Lake Havasu City is not just appreciated by the Arizona boating
crowd, but by anyone who enjoys the freedom to boat.
Enjoy one of the best boating lakes in America
The waters of Lake Havasu are sparkling clear and warm, making it one of the best boating lakes around and a perfect destination for Arizona fishing
, swimming, and all types of water recreation. There are no size restrictions or speed limits on the lake, with the exception of the no-wake zones clearly posted where a more conservative speed is appropriate. From boaters with high-performance race boats to those with cruising pontoon boats, there’s plenty of room and lots to do. In addition to the Bridgewater Channel near the famed London Bridge, Lake Havasu
has a wealth of hidden coves and beaches that are perfect places to relax for the day, or you can opt to explore the river, with its canyons, cliffs, and abundant wildlife. Water temperatures range from 75 to 85 degrees during much of the year, perfect for a quick dip.
Unlike many other inland bodies of water, Lake Havasu remains at a near constant water elevation that rarely varies more than four feet, providing boaters with ideal conditions year-round and contributing to its reputation as one of the best boating lakes around. The average depth of Lake Havasu is 35 ft, with the deepest point being approximately 90 ft. There’s ample access to lake beaches
and other beautiful natural areas with amenities such as barbecue grills, portable restrooms, and shaded picnic tables to enhance this Arizona boating experience.
Rent a boat or bring your own – don’t miss this Arizona boating experience!
The 9 motorized launch ramps
in the area provide convenient access to the lake, and six fueling docks ensure that you can explore all Lake Havasu has to offer without fear of running out of gas.Venturing up river towards Topock? No fear, as there are two fuel docks open 24-hours if you feel like taking a longer ride.
If you’re new to boating, or haven’t decided on your dream boat yet, there are many Lake Havasu, Arizona boat rental companies that have a wide range of watercraft to choose from. They’ll even launch the boat for you, so you can enjoy one of America’s best boating lakes
Lake Havasu does allow watercraft with two-stroke motors on the lake. However, boaters with two-stroke motors are urged to make sure their vessels are running properly prior to boating on the lake.
Pack your shorts, flip flops and sunscreen, and see why Lake Havasu City is a boater’s paradise and Arizona’s Playground!