Lake Havasu Field Office
The Lake Havasu Field Office oversees nearly 1.3 million acres of public land. The area includes more than 140 miles of the lower Colorado River. The field office boundaries include portions of Arizona's La Paz and Mohave counties, and California's San Bernardino County.
Recreation is a major program for the area's 10 million annual visitors. In addition to water sports, visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, camping, rockhounding, wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing and off-highway vehicle adventures. Five wilderness areas and one wilderness study area provide opportunities for solitude and enjoyment.
Additionally, the field office manages five Areas of Critical Environmental Concern, one river segment suitable for Wild and Scenic River Designation, and one backcountry byway.
The Lake Havasu Field Office is part of the Colorado River District.
NATIONAL CONSERVATION LANDS
- East Cactus Plain Wilderness
- Gibraltar Mountain Wilderness
- Harcuvar Mountains Wilderness
- Rawhide Mountains Wilderness
- Swansea Wilderness
Wilderness Study Area
THINGS TO DO
Do I need an OHV Decal?
Resident and non-resident off-highway vehicles (OHVs) must display a valid OHV decal to operate on public and state trust lands in Arizona. Learn more and purchase an OHV decal.
MAPS AND PUBLICATIONS
- Lake Havasu Field Office Visitor Map
- Lake Havasu Shoreline Campsites Map
- Havasu Travel Management Access Guide
View other maps and publications at our Online Public Room
BLM encourages the public to get involved in the planning process to help determine how public lands will be managed. View the National NEPA Register for online review and comment on BLM planning and implementation projects.
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