This 40 acre beach/park is centrally located and easily accessible from SR 95 via two entrances (Smoketree Ave or Park Ave). This local hot spot is located on the shores of Lake Havasu’s Thompson Bay. It offers numerous picnic ramadas, BBQs, three playgrounds, six beach volleyball courts, ball fields, skate park, bocce ball courts, model boating, kayaking, beachside fire pits, buoyed swim area, multiple restrooms, walking paths, and various beach and grass open space areas.

This park is a beautiful location for events and other social gatherings. Whether relaxing on the beach or enjoying the vast amenities, this park is sure to please the crowd!

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Interested in having a picnic, BBQ or party at a park? Make a reservation so you know you get the spot you want. Contact Parks & Recreation at least ten days in advance to check the availability of the ramada you would like. If you are having a larger group we ask that you call at least a month and a half prior to the date of your event. You will then need to come down to the Aquatic Center, fill out a permit and pay the applicable fees. We will hang reservation signs on the morning of your event to insure you have the proper Ramada.

A few things to remember:

  • Alcohol is not allowed in city parks without an approved permit
  • No glass is allowed in any city park
  • Parks are open until 11:00 p.m., unless otherwise posted
  • No bounce houses or slip n' slides permitted on grass
Rotary Park South


Located within Rotary Park, Tinnell Memorial Sports Complex is a skateboarder’s and BMX rider’s paradise. Located along the shores of Lake Havasu’s beautiful Thompson Bay, it ranks as one of Arizona’s largest skate/BMX parks on record at around 40,000 sq. ft. Originally aimed to offer a venue for the community’s youth to convene, the complex has proven to attract novice and professionals of all ages.

Completed in October of 2013, the complex was built in memory of Patrick Tinnell, a local BMX enthusiast who gave his life for his country in Iraq in April 2006. Additionally, the park also serves to honor Colin Sasseen, a 14 year old Lake Havasu native who lost his life doing what he loved…Skateboarding.

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