Knights Inn Lake Havasu City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... well-known landmarks on the lake-Copper Canyon. It was formerly the site of the largest producing copper mine along the Colorado River during the 1800. Lake Havasu is 45 miles long and was formed by Parker dam on the Colorado River. Lake Havasu is also home to more lighthouses than any other city in the U.S. The lighthouses are 1/3 scale replicas and are actual functioning navigational aids built to the specifications of famous east and west coast lighthouses. ...
... big city. It also has the London Bridge and a Lakewalk. The timing was perfect. It was their winter, and being born and raised in MN, the 70 degree weather was perfect! The city doesn't have any street lights to allow more natural star and moonlight at night. Its a small town with interesting history and much to explore!
... proper. A long day meant an early night, and we were soon off to bed. Saturday morning dawned sunny and cool. The overnight lows were in the 60's, but it soon warmed up into the mid 80's. The day was spent settling in, and cheering on the competitors in the Lake Havasu triathlon, who ran down the road right in front of our sites. During the day, Chris helped me install my new LED strip lights on ...
... unseasonably hot, so our hikes needed to be early. The park was near empty, so we had it all to ourselves, which is nice, unless you need a Ranger. We did the Balconies Cave hike – wonderful large caverns, part of which are pitch black – and we hiked the jaunt between the campgrounds and Beaver Creek Visitors Center – a lovely, albeit nasty, 3 mile round trip that includes a treacherous 600 foot incline in less than ½ mile. Alan did fine, but ...