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Cattail Cove Trail is a 2.2 mile out and back trail located near Lake Havasu City, Arizona that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and ohv/off road driving. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 2.2 miles Elevation Gain: 223 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

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Please note: this trail may be closed. It is unclear as to the status of the trail.

hiking
7 months ago

They may have closed access to the trailhead. We followed the directions and found only a short driveway (one car length) to a locked gate. There were no signs for hiking, only a for sale sign.

Sun Jan 28 2018

Love the view!

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Tue Dec 26 2017

Cool wash and cove to explore. Start on the north side of the highway in the large dirt lot, then hike down to the wash and under the highway through the drainage tube. There is no real trail until the very end, so just follow the wash to the lake. There is a 10’ dry waterfall about halfway through. If you have a dog, you’ll need to backtrack a bit and hike through the adjacent wash. We were able to get our dog back up the waterfall with two people helping her. Once you reach the heavy brush in wash, climb up on the rocks to the west. You’ll find a trail that will take you all the way out the point where there are some nice little beaches. The payoff is pretty good for an easy hike.

Sun Mar 19 2017

Not bad mostly wash running Rovers Needle is cool

hiking
Mon Apr 07 2014

Nice hike, but don't go during weekends or busy times of the year--the area sometimes seems to be swamped with ATVs/dirtbikes/idiots, or any combination thereof.

Sun Jan 19 2014

Nice desert walk! Simple terrain. Once you get in the large dirt parking lot turn left and take it all the way to the end before the canyon drops. Follow the atv trail down the hill into the canyon and take a left through the drainage pipes. There is no real trail but once the canyon opens again near the lake follow the atv trails to the right and up the hill, you will see a nice picnic area with a bathroom and tables! It's beautiful and right on the beach! Bring some bread we saw some friendly ducks!

hiking
Sun Dec 08 2013

Fun hike with lots of different terrain . We did a loop hike that started by hwy.95 went under the highway through drainage tubes , down to the campground , then took a trail through this tight canyon and back to the tubes...3.5 miles , 90 minutes. Beautiful ...

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Thu May 22 2014