Welcome to Havasu Springs Resort, a waterfront paradise located at the south end of beautiful Lake Havasu. From motel rooms, boat slips & RV sites, to vacation homes, weddings & events, our full service resort will meet all of your Lake Havasu vacation and travel destination needs and more.
With over 300 private boat slips, we can accommodate yours as well! Call for Marina reservations 928-667-3361
Ask about our all inclusive group rates for your whole guest list when you book your wedding at Havasu Springs Resort!
Havasu Springs Resort offers lake front RV camping consisting of over 100 full hook up spots with multiple laundry and shower facilities
“ We travelled to the Springs via boat. There were three boats with a total of 12 people. We dropped into the restaurant for lunch. They did a great job serving our large group and the food was great!”
“Went to restaurant for lunch. Service and food were both excellent. Very nice atmosphere located on the Colorado River.”
“When we were looking for a venue, we wanted a place near the water with beautiful scenery for photos and for an amazing experience for our guests. Havasu Springs is the perfect place for that!”
2581 Highway 95
Parker, AZ 85344
Located on the Arizona-California border, Lake Havasu City is a popular vacation spot for its breathtaking views, great activities, and unique history. But did you know these interesting facts about Lake Havasu City? Read on to find out some interesting tidbits about this beautiful city that may surprise you!
Lake Havasu winter is still packed with amazing things to do! With the scorching summer heat now a distant memory, fall always heralds the onset of the winter season. If you’re visiting the area then you’ll want to read through the top five winter activities in Lake Havasu. For a lot of folks, winter is […]
Arizona summers are notoriously hot. 2020 recorded the state’s hottest ever summer, with temperatures averaging 96 degrees. However, Lake Havasu topped that in 1994 with an intense 128 degrees, ranking as the hottest day in the state of Arizona ever recorded. The period between May and September is typically accompanied by heat-related illnesses, with about […]