Boating, skiing, swimming and other water sports are the dominant activities on the Lake. You will find just about every type of water-based recreation including many organized events like music festivals, international jet ski competitions and auto shows.
If you don't have your own water toys, you can rent them. There are a number of facilities that rent boats, skidoos and other equipment. If you just want to relax and enjoy the scenery, you can try one of the many water- and land-based tours. The boat tours take you into remote canyons and historic sites where ancient peoples once lived. Guided land tours will take you on an exploration into lands where the pioneers once tread, while you learn about the geology, flora and fauna of the region.
There are several places to launch your boat:
North of the Island
Windsor Beach State Park
Windsor Beach has an excellent launch facility designed to get you in and out as efficiently as possible. It's $7 per day per vehicle, annual passes are available to frequent boaters. There are plenty of boat clean up areas, with collection areas for your recyclables.
On The Island
US Coast Guard Station & Colorado River Patrol
Site Six is the only free boat launch in Lake Havasu. It's maintained by the city and located at the end of the Island.
Lake Havasu Marina
Crazy Horse Camp Ground
South of the Island
Cattail Cove State Park
Cattail Cove is a nice launch south of the city on Highway 95. And it's especially nice in the winter when you want to fish the south end of the lake.
Black Meadow Landing
Havasu Palms Marina
Havasu Springs Marina
Address: 19 miles S on Hwy 95 off Inter 40
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