Emerald Cove Resort
2715 Parker Dam Road, Colorado River at Earp, CA 92242Google mapDirections
Emerald Cove Resort is located on a sandy beach of the Colorado River. There is a triple-wide boat launch with
watercraft rentals nearby. Relax at one of our 3 covered pools (2 adult, and 1 children's wading pool.) or enjoy the
numerous activities at the clubhouse. A short drive away and you will be on the golf course or at the BlueWater casino.
Fishing, water-skiing, rock-hounding, or just lounging around the large covered pool makes your vacation just the way
you want it to be. River Rats Kids' Club is always a safe place for your kids to play. Drop your children off with the
Activity Director for a day of fun!
CRA Members: Please contact CRA 760-663-4968 directly for reservations.
Parker Dam, world's deepest dam; Blue Water Indian Casino; Buckskin State Park; Emerald Canyon Golf Course; World Famous London Bridge; Colorado River Indian Museum.
Scheduled activities, shuffleboard, swimming, horseshoes, volleyball, dances, bingo, potlucks, crafts.
Swimming Pool, Outdoor
Children's Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool, Indoor
Your cottage has a fully equipped kitchen with microwave oven, dinette, living room, air conditioning and features cable television and deck. No smoking is permitted in the units. Cottage unit has one-bedroom with queen bed and a small bedroom room with bunk beds. OCC: Max 4/Pri 4 have 1 bath, 1 queen and bunk beds. A valid credit card is required at check-in. No telephone in unit. A laundry facility is available on site. No pets allowed. Recommended adult occupancy of one-bedroom is 2. No sleeper sofa bed. A blowup mattress is available upon request. Occupancy is enforced. Security guard on duty.
From I-40, go south on 95 to Parker. Turn right on California Avenue. Proceed 1mile, cross the bridge
and 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.