LAKE HAVASU CITY
FISHING TARGETSBASS, SUNFISH, AND CARP
POPULATION53,000
WWII ARMY AIR CORPS CAMP
The region known for its gorgeous blue lake, Lake Havasu City is about far more than just the water. Mountains ring the city and several hiking trails wind through the desert, making this “Arizona’s Playground.”
Just about every form of outdoor recreation exists here. Anything water-related, from sailing, to fishing to swimming. Hike the mountains, backpack through the desert, descend into the canyons. You are sure to encounter a wide array of Arizona wildlife while en route. Golfing is also a hugely popular draw here, as mild temperatures in the winter allow for play all year round. As far as the city itself, visitors can expect a wildly diverse array of menu options, shops galore and a very trendy, energetic city vibe.
  • LONDON BRIDGE

    Yes, the London Bridge can be found right here in Lake Havasu City. An older version of the famed bridge was essentially auctioned off to the highest bidder by the city of London. Lake Havasu City founder Robert Mculloch won. The bridge was thus taken down and completely rebuilt in its original form in the Arizona city. People from all over the world still come to take a stroll across.

  • LIGHTHOUSES

    Besides its iconic bridge, this is also a region known for its landlocked lighthouses. It actually boasts more than any other US city. They are scaled down versions of those intended for use at sea, but nevertheless, they were originally built to ensure lake safety.

  • THE LAKE

    Of course, the city’s star attraction is the lake. With plenty of beautiful beaches to visit and clear, swimmable water, tourists are always in for a treat when they come here. The lake is actually a large reservoir that sits next to the Colorado River behind the Parker Dam. At just under 20,000 acres, there is plenty of open water to enjoy.

  • DINING AND NIGHT LIFE

    At night, you can find just about anything and everything you could want within the city. From night clubs, to restaurants, to art galleries, to live theater, Lake Havasu City is in some ways a town that rarely sleeps.

THE WEATHER
  • Winters are mild and temps are in the 60s. The lake activities die down. It is an off-season.

  • Spring is hot and dry. April can be a fantastic time to visit as temps are in the mid-80s, but you narrowly miss the spring break crowd (unless that is your thing).

  • Summer is crazy hot. Temps climb towards 110 degrees. At least there is a lake to jump.

  • Falls are great. October remains in the upper 80s, but the lake is relatively uncrowded.

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