Havasu Springs Resort

Address: 2581 Highway 95, Parker, Arizona, 85344, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2581 Highway 95, Parker, is near Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Parker

    Day 14 - time to get across the desert

    A travel blog entry by frostys on Oct 07, 2014

    40 photos

    ... mountain backdrops, there was a distinct lake of Joshua trees in the park as it turned to desert quickly. We continued on making only one stop to change jackets as the clouds were getting darker, we saw only a handful of cars for this part of the journey through the Rice Valley Wilderness. Eventually we arrived at the only crossroads in the desert, with highway 95 at Vidal, Mel & I now understood why there was nowhere to ...

    Road Trip!

    A travel blog entry by paablo on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... that facilitated it. This was quite refreshing given the corporate centric capitalist United States.

    After a brief stop in Hollywood for coffee, it was time to hit the road. Other than some surprise tanks at a service station and my first Walmart experience in Arizona, there isn’t much to describe about the road trip through the Californian and Arizona desert. For those playing at home, they do ...

    Mojave Desert

    A travel blog entry by thegigglyguide on Nov 15, 2013

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    Steinbeck begins driving through the Mojave Desert, where he sees two coyotes. He considers killing them, but decides not to and instead leaves dog food for them. He then drives through Arizona. He notes that the towns are a little larger and more brightly lighted than he remembered, and the motels bigger and more luxurious. Next he crosses into New Mexico, where he stops and spends ...

    Day 271-273 11th-13th July 2013 ARIZONA

    A travel blog entry by beyersandlisa on Jul 11, 2013

    123 photos

    ... canyon is. In one of the displays there is a picture taken from the bottom of the canyon pointing out where we are standing. You can’t even see the building we are in, it’s so small!

    The heat of the day has passed, and sunset will be in a few hours, so we head east on the rim road with the top down. What a feeling driving around with the wind and the noises. For all the downs of the car, this roof is definitely a redeeming feature. We ...

    June 13, 2012

    A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 13, 2012

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    ... Leaving Oatman we continued along Rt. 66 and into the Black Mountains, up and down steep grades and around sharp curves; with fantastic views of the valley below and the other mountains. Descending into the valley we entered the city of Kingman, where we had lunch at a small café. After lunch we toured the town and then headed back to the campground.