According to the Lake Havasu City Convention & Visitors Bureau “Lake Havasu has 60 miles of navigable water”, from Parker Dam in the south to Davis Dam in the north. 400 miles of stunning coastline await your arrival. Many beautiful sites to see, or just find a beach. Relax or go Boating, jet skiing, paddle boarding to fishing. There are so many great spots to beach your boat and play in the water. The sun shines 300 days out of the year, so bring plenty of sunscreen.
There is nothing more relaxing than grabbing coffee, a breakfast burrito and heading for the water. That’s what we call our staff meeting. Just the two of us and our four legged children out for a beautiful ride on the lake. Watching the morning sunrise is a breath taking experience we never tire of.
Our lake has the most beautiful views you can mountain bike, hike or lounge on the beaches. My son likes to rent a bike from a local shop and ride the desert trails. I offer to lend him mine but apparently you need a Mountain Bike for those trails. 🙂
There is volleyball, skateboarding and a water park. Rotary Park is very large and there are baseball diamonds, soccer fields and an aquatic park.
For more information on lake and beaches visit https://golakehavasu.com/activities/boating/boat-in-beaches-campsites/
“We are a jewel in the desert so come on out and enjoy yourself. You may never want to leave. Meet new people or hang out on your own. Are You Coming Out To Play?” Lake Havasu Convention and Visitors Center.