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Moabi Regional Park

11 mi southeast of Needles on Park Moabi Road, Park Moabi Road, Needles, CA 92363
+1 760-326-3831
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NOT a 'regional park', but a rip-off "resort" Must have changed?

Saw the review from the Boy Scout troop that had recently been here, and I don't know what I'm... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2017
Kirsten S
Location, Location, Location

Went here with Boy Scout troop for a canoeing trip. Good deal for youth groups, $3pp per night... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2016
Los Angeles
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Want a recreation experience steeped in history, yet offering the most modern conveniences? Then Moabi Regional Park is for you.The park is located along historic Route 66 along the banks of the Colorado River, near the meeting of the California, Nevada and Arizona state lines.Among the most popular activities are swimming, water-skiing and lounging on the park’s sandy beaches. A dip in the river is the perfect way to keep cool on hot summer days.Wildlife is also plentiful, and visitors are likely to spot wild burros, beaver, geese, ducks and many other bird species.The park is only a short drive from Laughlin, Nevada, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, and the Oatman Ghost Town. Alongside its riverfront campsites, Moabi boasts a marina and convenience store, beachwear shop, restaurant and bar, and fully furnished waterfront cabins for rent. RV travel-trailer rentals are also available.A seven-lane boat launch is available for visitor use.
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  • Very good22%
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26 Feb 2017
“NOT a 'regional park', but a rip-off "resort" Must have changed?”
17 Oct 2016
“Location, Location, Location”
11 mi southeast of Needles on Park Moabi Road, Park Moabi Road, Needles, CA 92363
+1 760-326-3831
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Reviewed 26 February 2017

Saw the review from the Boy Scout troop that had recently been here, and I don't know what I'm missing or if something has drastically changed....but....it's ALL Pirate Cove "resort" with $45 parking lot w/e sites semi-near some water (not the river, just a dumpy...More

Thank Kirsten S
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Went here with Boy Scout troop for a canoeing trip. Good deal for youth groups, $3pp per night. Plenty of tent camping space. Arrived late at night on a Friday, 24 hour guard let us in and checked in Saturday morning. Tent camping is on...More

Thank misterjohnny
Reviewed 23 June 2016

WE stopped here for lunch during our tour Loved the place it was really different,clean and the staff could not have been nicer We had 1 coke and fish and chips for 2 people $36 It was probably the best meal on our tour

1  Thank sassafraf
Reviewed 16 July 2015

Wow, the water temperature is a bit warmer in the channel to the river, loved it. We launched our boat from here on our way to Lake Havasu. The launch ramp is excellent with several lanes and multiple docks. The beaches at Pirate Cove have...More

Thank arturonfamily
Reviewed 28 June 2015

Went 4 wheeling on a back road on rt66. Awesome time and beautiful,beautiful scenery all around. Hit and beautiful.would do it again.

Thank Redskin83
Reviewed 4 June 2015

Tatoo'd Receptionist was not friendly. Not enough people to check in visitors. Bad first impression. Gated entrance is confusing to first-timers.

1  Thank RoadWarriorWalt
Reviewed 26 March 2015 via mobile

We visited for a few days and brought our boat with us. We marveled at how clean the area was. The water was calm and you could see down to the bottom of the river. I can't imagine how crowded it is in the middle...More

2  Thank Lindsey H
Reviewed 17 February 2015

Don't waste your money or time here. We tried to have a quest long weekend and got bombarded by drunks and ATV's, with management that didn't care.

1  Thank Denny W
Reviewed 3 February 2015

We do a lot of dry camping but if you're going to hook up, this is the way to do it. Adorable peninsula's along the river for 4 or 5 RV's on each site. All with river views and beach access. Lots of ATV, sand-rail,...More

2  Thank Pelligrino
Reviewed 14 January 2015

I loved staying at Pirates cove Resort. Lots to do or nothing to do. Beautiful nature, on the Colorado River.

1  Thank bratschmom
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