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Pirate Cove Resort

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Address: 100 Park Moabi Rd, Needles, CA 92363-9701
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This secluded California oasis is located at the Moabi Regional Park, on...

This secluded California oasis is located at the Moabi Regional Park, on the banks of the Colorado River, just 11 miles southeast of Needles on I-40, California. Nestled among the palm trees and surrounded by pristine white sandy beaches, this first-class family destination offers it’s guests luxurious accommodations all situated along Historic Route 66. Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway or an afternoon refuge from your travels, Pirate Cove offers an oasis that brings you back to a simpler life where you can eat, drink, play, and unwind the pirates way. Pirate Cove offers everything one looks for in a destination vacation or afternoon getaway. For those looking for more adventure, bring your offroad toys out and discover over 3600 miles of offroad trails. Or, set sail on our Boat Tour and explore Topock Gorge and Havasu Wildlife Refuge where you'll find an abundance of wildlife, lava pinnacles and ancient petroglyphs on the gorge walls. Or you can choose to do nothing at all! Just sit back and relax... shaded by thatch palapas along the white sandy beaches of the Colorado River. We are always adding more features and amenities so be sure to check back often.Our Amenities:• On Historic Route 66• Yacht tours and charter• Off-road trails• Easy freeway access• National award-winning restaurant• Pirate-themed beach bar• Seven-lane boat launch ramp• 250 boat slip marina with 24/7 gas dock• Boat rentals and sightseeing tours• Fishing facilities • General store and gift shop• Security-gated dry storage facilities• Free resort shuttle service• Full hook-up RV campsites• Wi-fi available• Children’s waterpark and playground• Scenic nature trails• BBQ and picnic areas Pirate Cove is truly a place in time. If you’ve got the time, we’ve got the place. Pirate Cove invites you to experience this spectacular beachside resort like no other on the Colorado River.

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Great oasis in the desert

We visited during the day. Lunch was nice at a resort price. Cocktails were a little overpriced. Nice atmosphere all around,

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
mslaker
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Crestline, California
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Crestline, California
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3 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited during the day. Lunch was nice at a resort price. Cocktails were a little overpriced. Nice atmosphere all around,

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Lake Havasu City, Arizona
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Been to this place many times and the food is good but the service has not been. Maybe they have a new system or maybe it was just luck but had great service from Sara. She took our order and another gentlemen delivered the food. Best service we've ever had. Wings were great and the drinks were cold!

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Las Vegas, Nevada
2 reviews
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Perfect** Sit on the sand with a drink in your hand. The kids can run and play without being right by their side. It's a nice and clean place. Everyone is very friendly too.

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Reviewed 31 March 2017

The bar and club were hot spots. Party, Party PARTY. Food was good, drinks cold and it's clear everyone wanted to be there! Camp sites were mostly clean of debris but they could use MORE bathroom facilities. The port-o-pots were in bad condition, filthy and full and no paper, and reeked due to the heat and obvious lack of servicing.... More 

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Moses Lake, Washington
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 8 helpful votes
Reviewed 29 March 2017

We booked a water front RV site on the peninsula at Pirate Cove. Our site was right on the Colorado River and had a beautiful view of the river. Our beach area was soft sand and the nearest campers were about 75 yards away. We planned on a 3 day stay and ended up staying a week. The resort facilities... More 

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Whitehall, Montana
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Reviewed 24 March 2017

We wanted to take our house guests out for a special lunch so we left Lake Havasu City in our boat and headed upstream. We had boated by the Pirate Cove Resort previously but never stopped there to eat. We thought we were going to find a nice, real, RESTAURANT, but instead it was like high-priced fast food served to... More 

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Arlington, Washington
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Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

We just left the Pirates Cove Resort in Needles, CA today. Although we stayed a week, I was ready to leave after two days. The RV park is called Moabi Regional Park basically sharing a driveway with Pirates Cove. To the right is Pirates Cove with a store, bar & grill and beach area. That's also where the rental units... More 

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Littleton, Colorado
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44 reviews
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

You can drive in or boat in the place is great either way. They have very nice single "cabins" that are just excellent. Calling them cabins is really not correct as they only look like that from the outside. Inside they are quaint two story little apartments with cooking facilities and full kitchen. They have large screen TV and an... More 

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Fresno, California
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Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Pirates cove is a great place put in the middle of nothing. It had cabins for rent. It also has rv camping and tent camping. It has a store and a restaurant. We got an rv spot right on the river. You can 4 wheel there also. I took my kayak and can put it in down by the beach... More 

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Laughlin, Nevada
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Reviewed 9 January 2017

I paid $269 for a week at what I thought was a nice RV park. Evidently the nice area is for cabin rentals . RV park is about 2 miles away out on a peninsula. Soft Sandy sites small areas hard to get in if the other sites are empty. No internet, no cable, no communication with the office or... More 

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