Lake Havasu RV Resort is a membership campground owned by Colorado River Adventures. We stayed at Lake Havasu RV Resort using our RPI membership. RPI is a reciprocal program we purchased membership through Thousand Trails.
The resort offers 88 full hookup sites with 30 amp electrical service only.
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Located in Lake Havasu City, home of the London Bridge.
3825 London Bridge Rd
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404
Directions to Lake Havasu Resort:
From I-40 take 95 South to Lake Havasu City. Turn right on Chenoweth Drive, for one mile to London Bridge Road, turn left, and proceed 1,000 feet to CRA Lake Havasu Resort.
Coming from Parker, Arizona, take 95 North to Lake Havasu City. Go to Chenoweth Drive, turn left on Chenoweth for one mile to London Bridge Road.
With our RPI membership, we paid $13 per night.
$10 per night + resort fees (if applicable). There was a $3 per night resort fee for this resort. It still made for a reasonably priced stay.
We don’t have a Colorado River Adventures Membership so I don’t know the costs of the membership or the cost to stay if you have a membership. Colorado River Adventures does offer a 3-day 2-night stay as a trial. (Guided tour required).
Lake Havasu RV Resort is a nice campground with a very friendly staff. The sites are mostly gravel with a few trees. It isn’t a real fancy campground but is very well kept, clean, and has plenty of amenities.
This was our second trip to Lake Havasu RV Resort so we mostly knew what to expect. They have changed the check-in location since our last visit in early 2021. You now check in on the East side of London Bridge Road. Before we checked in on the West side. Watch for the sign pointing you in the right direction.
This is a great park to stay in during the fall, winter, and early spring. Come summer we don’t think the 30 amp service could keep up with cooling your RV.
Lake Havasu City is an outdoor lover’s dream! It’s a great spot to get outside all through the year, whether you enjoy hiking, paddling, swimming, or landscape photography.
Lake Havasu RV Resort makes a great location to stay in the area. It’s a short drive to London Bridge and all the activities around the Old English Village.
Two Swimming Pools
Bingo & Poker Nights
Water, Electric & Sewer Hook Ups
Things to see/do nearby
London Bridge – Several bridges named London Bridge have spanned the River Thames between the City of London and Southwark, in central London. This particular bridge was originally built in the 1830s and formerly spanned the River Thames, before being moved brick by brick to the Arizona desert in 1971.
The bridge was purchased from the City of London by Robert P. McCulloch. McCulloch had exterior granite blocks from the original bridge cut and transported to the United States for use in the construction of a new bridge in Lake Havasu City, a planned community he established in 1964 on the shore of Lake Havasu.
Lighthouses of Lake Havasu – When you think of lighthouses you more than likely don’t think of Arizona! But along the 400-mile shoreline of Lake Havasu on the Arizona/California border, you’ll find more lighthouses than can be found in any other area of the country, 28 to be exact.
Oatman, Arizona – An authentic old western town with burros roaming the streets. Oatman might have suffered the same fate as many Arizona mining towns and faded into a ghost town if not for Route 66 nostalgia and nearby casinos. The town prides itself on maintaining a Wild West feel, down to the wooden sidewalks, staged shootouts, and kitschy shops.
Lake Havasu City is a fun place to visit. There is so much to see and do in the area. Lake Havasu RV Resort makes a great home base for your travels. It’s a reasonably priced campground that is well-kept.
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