If you’re coming to Havasu Springs Resort primarily to fish…
…you may be interested in staying at the resort. There are three motels, some apartments and an RV Park. D.A. will pick you up in the morning and take you to the boat. The motels are not fancy, but very clean, convenient and reasonably priced.
Havasu Springs Resort – 928-667-3361
These units feature kitchenettes (which is good because the restaurant doesn’t open until 8AM). The property has limited cell service and wi-fi. Winter rate (November 1st through March 15th) for 1 or 2 is $100 per night, $5 for additional persons. Summer rate is $195, $5 for additional persons.
These units are located above the lounge and restaurant. They do not have kitchenettes. Winter rate for 1 or 2 (same dates as Poolside) is $70 per night, $5 for additional persons. Summer rate is $155, $5 for additional persons.
Spaces are full hook-up, $70, with discounted rates for longer stays.
Just send Jude a text (520-400-8304) once you check in and let her know your room or space number. (Otherwise, D.A. will meet you in the parking area near the small building, “Office.”)
Havasu Springs Dining is one of the best restaurant options on the entire lake! There is a large lounge and casual eating space as you enter from the parking lot, plus a more formal dining room beyond the bar. (The restaurant closes each year from December 18th to December 26th.)
If however you’re coming to Lake Havasu to explore the region…
…here is a website that lists “all things Havasu” including where to stay, eat, dine and what to do.
Questions? Contact us at [email protected]