Boat and yacht rentals on Lake Havasu

About Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu is a reservoir lake made by the Parker Dam on the Colorado River. It straddles the border of California and Arizona and was created to store water to pump into two aqueducts. It's also famous for the endless boating and water recreation opportunities it provides to locals and visitors alike. Lake Havasu City in Arizona is the principal city on the lake, but there are smaller towns on both the California and Arizona sides, including Black Meadow Landing and Havasu Palms.

 

Boat Rentals & Charters on Lake Havasu

With the vast expanse of water to explore on Lake Havasu, it's no surprise boating is such a favorite pastime. Boat rentals are a top choice for visitors to Lake Havasu who want to enjoy the beauty and fun the lake provides. Rent a boat on Lake Havasu with your family or friends and enjoy the freedom to cruise. It's a boating paradise, no trip to Lake Havasu is complete without at least a few hours spent on a boat. 

There are many different boating attractions around the lake, including the Bridgewater Channel near the London Bridge, hidden coves to explore, beaches, the lighthouse on Grass Island, Copper Canyon, and many more. Sightseeing from your private boat rental or on a boat tour of Havasu is a great way to see more of this stunning lake. 

If you're traveling by Lake Havasu as a part of a road trip, jumping in to swim for a few hours is a must. You need a way to cool down from the intense heat and sunshine of the American southwest. Rent a motor yacht or a pontoon boat for cruising around Lake Havasu, stopping off to swim at the various beaches or anchoring for a while in the middle of the lake. You can drift for hours in these calm waters, with not a worry in the world!

Jet skiing on Lake Havasu is a fun way to see more of the lake and fulfill a need for speed! Fly through the calm waters of the lake, stopping off at different beaches or touring around the various points of interest on your Lake Havasu jet ski ride.

Rent a Jet Ski on Lake Havasu

Hosting an Event Onboard 

Planning a massive party weekend for a bachelor or bachelorette getaway? Need a way to bring the whole family together for a reunion? Booking an event on a boat on Lake Havasu is the perfect way to do it. Boats are great party venues, and the consistent sunshine and warm weather in this region makes it easier to plan. Host an event with a boat charter and let an experienced local captain sort out all the details. Making memories with your loved ones on a boat is the best way to celebrate. Your special day will be something your guests won't stop talking about.

 

Water sports on Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu is an excellent choice for a day of wakeboarding, waterskiing, tubing, or any other watersport you can enjoy under the sun. A thrilling, new experience you can try on Lake Havasu is flyboarding, a sport that will enable you to shoot out of the water on a jetpack. Many boat rentals come with the equipment as an option, so no need to bring your own. Rent water sports equipment and have a fantastic day of leisure on Lake Havasu.

Waterskiing on Lake Havasu

 

Kayak & Stand-up Paddleboards on Lake Havasu

 If you're traveling on a budget to Lake Havasu or you've been meaning to get in some exercise during your travels around Arizona and California, consider renting a kayak or stand-up paddleboard while on Lake Havasu. Kayak rentals provide an excellent way to explore the lake while getting in a great upper body workout. Stand-up paddleboarding is fun and easy to learn, and is a great way to spend time with your friends and family on Lake Havasu.

Canoeing on Lake Havasu 

Fishing on Lake Havasu

Fishing charters on Lake Havasu are favorite activities since this lake is famous for incredible sportfishing opportunities. It's considered some of the best fishing in Arizona. Catch fish like smallmouth bass, bluegill, striped bass, crappie, and catfish on Lake Havasu. A full-service fishing charter will provide you with all the equipment, bait, and tackle that you need - no need to buy or rent on your own. Have a local captain show you the best fishing spots or venture out on a private boat rental for a fun day of casting off and reeling in different fish! Make sure you get an Arizona fishing license before you head out for the day.

Fishing Lake Havasu

Top Things To Do on Lake Havasu

 While on land around Lake Havasu, there are many places of interest, landmarks, and things to do while you're exploring. Some fun activities for families with kids in Lake Havasu City include the Grand Island Disc Golf Course, Rotary Park, and Cattail State Park. There are lots of fun things to do outside to keep kids entertained.  

Fun for Adults

Mudshark Brewery is a great stop for a craft beer if you're craving a cold one during your time on Lake Havasu. This popular brewery also has great food and various events going on throughout the week. Another stop for drinks is the Desert Diamond Distillery Factory, where you can enjoy rum cocktails and take a tour of the distillery, learning about the rum making process. 

 

Lake Havasu Beaches 

If you can't go boating every day, consider a relaxing day soaking up the sun at one of Lake Havasu's Beaches. Bring your towel, sunscreen, and snacks for the perfect beach picnic and some relaxation.

London Bridge Beach is the most popular beach and park on Lake Havasu. With BBQ and picnic areas, walking trails, fields, and all the facilities and amenities you'll need for a great beach day, it's a good pick. There's soft sand to lay your towel on, and nearby patches of grass.

Lake Havasu State Park encompasses the London Beach Area and provides more small beaches, campgrounds, hiking trails, and more features for fun during a stay at Lake Havasu. 

Body Beach is a small beach you can check out during your tour around Lake Havasu. It's the spot for water sports, in fact, many professionals practice around here for various competitions, so if you're relaxing on the beach, you might get to see a water sports show for free!

 

Accommodation on Lake Havasu 

Camping

There are lots of great camping opportunities around Lake Havasu. Pitch a tent and sleep under the stars after a long day of splashing in the water. Lake Havasu State Park, Crazy Horse Campgrounds, Cattail Cove State Park, and Three Dunes Campground are all beautiful options around this lake.

 

Hotels & Lodges

Depending on your preferences, you have a lot of options when selecting accommodation around Lake Havasu. There are many budget hotels to choose from, as well as more luxury options like the London Bridge Resort. Check out the Nautical Beachfront Resort, Knights Inn Lake Havasu City, Island Suites and the Havasu Sands Resort for all the comforts of home if you don't feel like roughing it at a campsite.