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We love canoeing and kayaking. I am 82 and my wife is 77 and we still love paddling out in beautiful places. So, we made arrangements by phone with the Willow Beach Marina Store in the National Recreation Center.
The marina is easily accessible from...More
If you have a boat (I don't) this is the place to drop your boat and go out for the day. The guy working the dock was a younger male, very nice. The water is beautiful, the dock area is kept very clean. There is...More
We were visiting my in laws who were staying on Mohave Valley so my only downside of this place was how far away it was from us, or perhaps I should say my downside of Mohave Valley? We decided to rent a boat or kayaks....More
We decided to stop here on our way from Vegas back home to Phoenix and I’m so happy we did! The views on the way down to the river are beautiful and once your there it gets even better! The water is very chilly year...More
We packed in a picnic lunch and ate it under the willow tree in the picnic area. We were soon joined by first one female, and then an entire flock of ducks enjoying the area just down stream from the fish hatchery. The area is...More
We’re full time living in our travel trailer. We picked Willow Beach as a stop for about a de days. It’s beautiful spot in the middle of no where on the Colorado River. They have full hook up water, sewer, and electric. There is no...More
On a trip to Las Vega, my husband and I stopped at Willow Beach, AZ for a day trip. We rented a tandem kayak for $40 for two hours and decided to head North towards Emerald Cove. It was about an hour from La Vegas...More
They rent power boats and pontoon type boats. There is no guides to take you up the river. You can rent Kayaks or Canoes I recommend for the full day to use. If you go on a Sunday or Monday I believe those days no power... More
They rent power boats and pontoon type boats. There is no guides to take you up the river. You can rent Kayaks or Canoes I recommend for the full day to use. If you go on a Sunday or Monday I believe those days no power boats are allowed on water. Kayaking is easy and fun and they supply all the equipment.