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Lake Havasu Boat Rentals | Lake Havasu Marinas

Lake Havasu Boat Launches

There are three main public boat launch ramps in Lake Havasu City Arizona . Campbell Cove RV Resort is right around the corner from the Windsor Beach Boat Launch Ramp and just a short drive from the other two. Below you will find information and driving directions to all lake havasu boat launch ramps.

Windsor Beach Lake havasu Boat Launch Ramp

Windsor Beach Boat Launch

Windsor Beach Boat Launch Ramp is located 2 miles north of london bridge on london bridge road and industrial blvd. This Lake Havasu boat launch is located right around the corner from Campbell Cove RV park. Click the play button above and/or see boat launch location #1 on map below. Windsor Beach has 3 boat launch ramps.

Lake Havasu Marina Boat Launch Ramp

The Lake Havasu Marina Boat Launch Ramp is located at 1100 McCulloch Blvd across the London Bridge. Visit their site at or phone them at 928-855-2159. #2 on the map below.

Site Six Lake Havasu Boat Launch Ramp

Site Six is a FREE public boat ramp in Lake Havasu located on the island over the London bridge. They are #3 on the Lake Havasu boat launch map below. Phone them at 928-453-8686.

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Public Boat Launches in Lake Havasu
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Campbell Cove RV Park Top Boating Destination in Lake Havasu Arizona!

Lake Havasu Boat Launches and Marinas

A boating marina is a port within a sheltered harbor where boats are kept in the water. Lake Havasu Boating marinas also offer services that meet the needs of the recreational boater. These services include offering gas, snacks, boating supplies, and more.

The Lake Havasu boating marina is where you will find the boat launch ramp to get your boat on the water. Some marinas will offer out of water boat storage for the off-season. Boating marinas will also have extensive parking facilities for boaters and slips where boats can tie up while the boaters take care of their personal business.

Many Lake Havasu boating marinas are privately operated often by clubs like yachting clubs or organizations. They usually charge a fee for ramping your boat and may also have membership fees to belong to the marina. But when you are a member, you will be able to take advantage of many opportunities marinas offer like boating classes, safety courses, and much more.

Almost all boating marinas will offer boat rentals for people who don’t own boats. This is a great service for people who don’t have the resources to own their own boats – yet. The rental prices are usually quite reasonable and provide for a fun day on the water for almost everyone.

All bodies of water will have a boating marina and Lake Havasu is no exception – in fact, many will have multiple marinas to serve many locations along the way. In some places, the marina business can be quite a competitive one as each tries to look for their share of business from eager boaters. However, because the marinas really have a captive audience so to speak from people on the water, don’t expect to find any great bargains on gas or ramping fees.

Boat etiquette when in a Lake Havasu marina is very important to know about. When you are ramping your boat, you should do so as quickly as you possibly can and then vacate the ramp area so others who are waiting to either drop or pick up their boat can do so. If there is a line, do not “cut” into it. Wait your turn no matter how impatient you might be. You’ll get your share of dirty looks and perhaps cross words if you breach this unwritten rule.

When you are tied up at the Lake Havasu boating marina, be sure you are in a slip away from traffic and not just floating out in the middle of the water hampering others abilities to get to a vacant slip. Be respectful of others in the marina and practice safe boating when backing out and getting back on the water. Many accidents happen in the marina, so pay special attention to the traffic around you as you’re backing out or coming in.

Lake Havasu Boating marinas are great oases where you can stock up on supplies, take advantage of services, and gas up your boat for more water fun. Use your local Lake Havasu boating marina as what it’s meant to be – a service to you and everyone else out on the water!

Lake Havasu Public Boat launch Ramps and Marinas

Windsor Beach - 2 Miles North of London Bridge
* Right Next Door to Campbell Cove RV Resort
(928) 855-2784 - 3 Launch Ramps

P.O. Box 98, Parker Dam, CA 92267

10 Miles South on Hwy. 95
(928) 855-1223

Box 1707, Havasu Lake, CA 92363
Across Lake Havasu City on CA shore
(800) 307-3610, (760) 858-4593

2581 Hwy. 95, Parker, AZ 85344
22 Miles South on Hwy. 95
(928) 667-3361

1100 McCulloch Blvd.
(928) 855-2159
Across London Bridge

P.O. Box 1469
10 Miles South on Hwy. 95
(928) 855-0549

McCulloch Blvd. - On the Island over London Bridge
(928) 453-8686


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