Stay cool at Lake Havasu in western Arizona.
Lake Havasu State Park is located on the border of California and Arizona off of Interstate 40. This place has mild winters with average high temperatures ranging from 65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a year-round destination for countless visitors. There are four boat ramps available for both motorized and personal watercraft. Please note that this lake feeds into the Colorado River, and certain parts cross over state lines.
If you want to extend your stay, consider booking a campsite. Most areas of the campground can accommodate tents or RVs and they all have picnic tables, electrical hookups, and fire rings. Nightly rates are $35 for most areas and $40 for beachfront sites. Lake Havasu State Park is open 24/7 year-round. Entrance fees are $15 from Monday to Thursday and $20 on weekends and holidays. If you're traveling through the western United States, Lake Havasu State Park is a great camping and boating destination to consider visiting.