Lake Havasu City, Arizona, is located on 45-mile-long Lake Havasu, in the southwestern United States. Formed by Parker Dam on the Colorado River, this resort community is famous for the London Bridge, water sports, hiking, golf and scenic drives. Easily accessible activities abound for the water enthusiast and land lover alike. The lake accommodates boating, water skiing, kayaking, swimming and fishing. Nearby Sara Park has extensive walking and hiking trails, from leisurely to challenging difficulty levels.
You can stop by the Downtown Visitor Center to learn about local history, tour information, and events in the local area. Take a scenic drive and explore historic Route 66, the Colorado River, Parker Dam or the nearby casinos in Parker or Laughlin, Nevada.
Lake Havasu City Airport (HII) is a smaller airfield less than ten miles north of the city's business center. Travelers wishing to drive to their hotel will likely take I-10 or Veterans Memorial Highway.
The summer can be quite hot, so fall and winter temperatures are ideal for visiting this part of Arizona. Desert nights can be cool but still pleasant enough to enjoy evening activities. The annual Hot Air Balloon Festival and numerous classic car shows, music festivals, and boat regattas, round out a full schedule of activities you can enjoy.