- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... soldiered on! It was a great hike, with a lunch high on a hill overlooking Lake Havasu, and a long, hot walk over the ridge back to the trucks! The beer back at the campground was well-deserved, as was the delicious BBQ tri-tip dinner!
Glorious sunsets and a campfire with new friends From the trailer next door heralded out our time at a ...
Cindy and I headed out for three nights in Lake Havasu, AZ on Saturday. Chris and Stephanie planned to go with us, but were delayed by a day because of a relative's surprise birthday party. The three hour drive to Lake Havasu was extended by a stop for lunch in Searchlight, and by a train at the grade-level railroad crossing north of the I-40 connection. We arrived in Lake Havasu State Park about ...
... be compared with that downhill fate? The thing that put Lake Havasu on the map is that in the 1950's, an oil tycoon bought our very own London Bridge at auction, for around two and a half million pounds, brought it all the way over to the far side of the United States of America and had it reconstructed over the Colarado River. And very nice it looks too, surrounded by palm trees and warmth. A far cry from grey drizzly London. Onwards on the long, long, looonngg drive to ...
I know what you're thinking. You’re thinking we’ve found the seniors’ party scene here in Lake Havasu, and have taken to wild and crazy partying. Well, we did stumble across a couple of bars full of seniors rockin’ out to the live music. But no, we are not the wild asses the title suggests, as you will see in a minute.
The reservoir that is Lake Havasu was created when the Parker Dam was built in the 1930’s ...
... its population of 53,000 pales in comparison to its 750,000 visitors each year.
After one day here, we quickly realized our campground, and Lake Havasu City, seem to be mainly comprised of two types of folk – old, and boating. Lake Havasu runs along the border between Arizona & California – otherwise known "Arizona’s West Coast". It’s huge, with 60 miles of navigable waterways. And it has no size or speed restrictions ...