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 Bernadino 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.


Stop Aquatic Invasives

graphic of a boat on a boat ramp. text reads clean, drain, dry.

CLEAN off visible aquatic plants, animals, and mud from all equipment before leaving water access.

DRAIN motor, bilge, live well, and other water containing devices before leaving water access.

DRY everything for at least five days or wipe with a towel before reuse.

DISPOSE of unwanted bait, worms, and fish parts in the trash. Never dump live fish or other organisms from one water body into another.

In California, schedule a decontamination by calling the Lake Havasu Field Office at 928-412-5965.

In Arizona, schedule a decontamination by calling the Arizona Game and Fish Department at 623-236-7608 or visit

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Vacant: Contact William Mack, Jr.

Field Manager


Mailing Address:
1785 Kiowa Ave.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Phone: 928-505-1200
Fax: 928-505-1208
8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday

TTY/Relay System

If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or have a speech disability, please dial 7-1-1 to access telecommunications relay services.

Fire Restrictions

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Using exploding targets, fireworks, tracer ammunition, paper/sky lanterns, and other incendiary devices is prohibited year-round on all BLM-managed public land in Arizona.