Knights Inn Lake Havasu City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the lake, but this year enhanced by dozens of hot-air balloons floating overhead!
Mom was pretty excited about the balloon festival for some reason, so after setting up camp we hustled across London Bridge (the actual bridge that was originally in London, now in Lake Havasu, moved here piece by piece by an enterprising fellow who ...
... with the odd slight curve tossed in for interest. Once you got to California, it was a different story. When I-95 splits off from I-40 you are nearly there and the only turn we had to make took us directly to
Campbell Cove RV Resort. The pull-through site they gave us is a bit narrow but had a nice view of the lake. It was 75F outside so we opened the door and all the windows to take advantage of the ...
... different directions. We traveled through the national park observing the trees/Yucca and the huge boulders which looked like they had been accurately place, looked like art. Absolutely incredible. We jumped out for a bit of a wander and for proper look at the trees. There was this plant called Mojave Yucca, really spikey. It reminded me of Lion King when Simba runs away from the hyenas a into those spikey brambles haha. Of course I managed to scratched my leg on one, ...
... an answer to the question asked of and by us, "Why In The Summer?" We decide to stretch our legs and give Jake a short walk in Blythe, CA but it's too bloomin' hot for anything outside! We push on to Quartzsite and take Highway 95 north to Parker where the Colorado River provides the first relief of the day from the heat. Over the Whipple Mountains, across the Parker Dam and into Lake Havasu City, AZ where our ...
... the wall and just hang out with other boaters.
After our little boat ride we said goodbye to Lake Havasu and went on our way towards Joshua Tree Park. On the way we stopped below the dam and Dave did some fishing. He almost caught a fish, but the bass spit out the bait before he could set the hook.
The drive to Joshua tree was beautiful and we were amazed at how diverse our ...