KOA Campgrounds near Parker, Arizona

KOA Campgrounds near Parker, Arizona
A good collection of KOA campgrounds surround Parker, Arizona, each with its own charm. Choose a KOA on your visit, and you're likely to love your time in western Arizona. Activities in the area include all sorts of boating, from canoe float trips to water-skiing, and also hiking, golfing, shopping, swimming and sun bathing, bird-watching and casinos are available.

London Bridge KOA

Who could resist walking on London Bridge? This KOA is divided by London Bridge Road, and the bridge itself is only 5 miles away. It has two clubhouses, two pools and a spa. From October through the middle of April, the London Bridge KOA offers meals. RVs up to 40-feet long can pull-through campsites with 30-amp service. Adults especially enjoy this campground.

London Bridge KOA
3828 London Bridge Rd
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
(928) 764-2446
koa.com/where/az/03222

Blythe/Colorado River KOA

The Colorado River KOA has more than 300 full hookup sites to accommodate rigs up to 55-feet long. Tenters pitch their transient homes, and there are Kamping Kabins to rent. Amenities include cable TV, phone service, a heated pool with spa, laundry facilities, a boat landing and gas station. Take in the spring, winter and fall sun on the KOA's own beach. Snowbirds love the winter weather, and boaters visit during warmer months.

Blythe/Colorado River KOA
14100 Riviera Drive
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 922-5350
koa.com/where/ca/05451

Kingman KOA

Only 45 minutes from Lake Havasu, the Kingman KOA is well within reach for those wishing to visit the Parker, Arizona, area. Snowbirds will find the campground open all year and can bask in the sun of the high desert and be surrounded by mountains. Sites are pull-through, suitable for big rigs. In addition to RV sites, tent sites, Kamping Kabins and Lodges are available. Kingman KOA offers free mini-golf and Wi-Fi, has 50-amp service, a heated pool, cable TV, groceries and a laundry.
Kingman KOA

3820 N. Roosevelt
Kingman, AZ 86401-3298
koa.com/where/az/03104

Article Written By Lani Johnson

Lani Johnson is a hiking, writing musician. Recent published work includes journalism, poetry and research. See her online writing at Trails.com or at Azacda.presspublisher.us.

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