BLM partners with Boy Scouts on shoreline recreation site cleanup project

Published by The Bee News

September 12, 2019

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LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is proud to partner with Boy Scouts of America on a shoreline cleanup project at Steamboat Cove, one of the most popular boat-in recreation sites on Lake Havasu.

During the cleanup on September 22, access to the beach at Steamboat Cove will be temporarily restricted from 8-11 a.m. as Boy Scouts, Sea Scouts and Venturers work alongside BLM rangers to clean the beach and remove debris from the water. The Scouts will earn their aquatic-based merit badge while making shoreline recreation safer and more pleasant for visitors.

Steamboat Cove is one of 73 boat-in recreation sites on Lake Havasu managed by the BLM. For more information on Lake Havasu shoreline sites, please visit https://www.blm.gov/visit/lake-havasu-shoreline-sites.

 

About: The Lake Havasu Field Offices manages 73 boat access campsites over 20 miles along the Arizona shore of Lake Havasu. These campsites offer a picnic table, barbecue grill, and trash receptacle and a majority of the sites provide a restroom and shade structure. These sites offer the opportunity to enjoy the recreational opportunities on the lake overnight or just for the day. These sites are available on a first-come, first serve basis and there is a 14 day stay limit in place.

Whether you’re planning a single visit or coming back multiple times a year, enjoy the convenience of purchasing a pass before you arrive to cover recreation-related fees at Bureau of Land Management sites. Learn more about site-specific digital pass options at Lake Havasu Shoreline Sites and buy your pass.

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