Emerald Cove Resort
Earp, CA – Parker, AZ
Emerald Cove Resort is located on the California side of the Colorado River, near the mountain town of Parker, Arizona. One of our largest RV parks, Emerald Cove Resort boasts over 800 campsites. Many of the resort's RV sites overlook the river and the resort's private, white sand beach. The resort offers a bountiful list of water activities for children and families. A triple wide boat launch ensures easy access to the river. Watercraft rentals are close by for families who wish to spend a day on the water.
At Emerald Cove Resort, your family will find two large covered swimming pools and a children's wading pool. Apart from water sports, there are scheduled events in our clubhouse, a country store, and nearby golf courses and casinos. Our facilities are clean and resourceful, including phone services and laundry rooms. The River Ratz Kids Club is the place to drop off kids or grandkids for a day of fun with supervised activities!
The resort's secure, home-like atmosphere and variety of activities including golfing, boating, fishing, and other water sports is the ideal destination for an active vacation. Emerald Cove Resort is just a short drive to Lake Havasu City, with its world famous Olde English Village- site of the London Bridge. Parker Dam, the world's deepest dam, is only five minutes away.
When you visit Parker Arizona RV campgrounds, you receive the benefit of seasonal festivities. Just 30 miles from Emerald Cove Resort, consider a trip to Quartzsite in January and February with major gem, fossil and mineral displays, as well as an open-air flea market sure to amaze every visitor.
Emerald Cove Resort
2715 Parker Dam Rd.
Earp, CA 92242
Office - (760) 663-4941
Fax - (760) 663-4945
From I-40 go south on 95 to Parker. Turn right on California Avenue. Proceed 1 mile, cross the bridge & turn right at Highway 62. Continue 6.5 miles. Emerald Cove is on the right.
If you are coming from Los Angeles, take I-10 East to Desert Center (Hwy. 177); continue north on 177 until it becomes Hwy. 62. Remain on 62 and pass the Parker turnoff, staying on the California side of the river. Go 6.5 miles to Emerald Cove Resort.