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8 Outdoor Activities

You Can Enjoy NOW! Which will you choose?

1. Standup Paddleboarding– Want to take in all the scenery that Havasu has to offer while skimming across the
lake or channel on a paddleboard? It’s great exercise that allows you to enjoy the water at your own pace. Don’t
own a paddleboard? Rent one at Southwest Kayaks and explore this popular sport first hand.

2. Wakeboarding– The perfect place to hit the water running on your wakeboard. If you have the need for speed
and excitement, check out the south end of the lake north of Copper Canyon, Skiers’ Island and Skiers’ Coves
One, Two, and Three.

3. Skateboarding– Head to Rotary and check out Tinnell Memorial Sports Park, the 40,000 square foot lakefront
multi-use skate park that is a Street League Skateboarding-certified facility. It is also open to BMX and
scooters. For more info:

4. Jet Skiing/Waverunners– With over 30 square miles of lake, there are plenty of places that provide excellent
conditions for slalom, speed, or major air runs. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to take in some of the most
spectacular scenery in the world.

5. Flyboarding– Becoming more common in the waters of Lake Havasu, flyboarding is an adrenaline rush that
propels a person up to 50 feet into the air using the propulsion from a personal watercraft. It only takes a few
minutes to learn the basics and will give the biggest thrill seekers an instant rush.

6. Dirt Bike Riding– No matter what type of bike you saddle up with, there are trails best suited for you. Lake
Havasu, with its perfect weather and numerous trails around town, is the perfect haven for dirt bike enthusiasts.
Trails of all levels of expertise can be found at SARA Park.

7. Kayaking– Get out and enjoy the serenity of the lake in a kayak—they can be equipped for fishing,
photography or sightseeing. Not a fan of paddling? Try the new kayaks with foot pedals! The best way to
explore a hidden cove or view the local wildlife. Check out for more info. If you’re looking into how to take care of your kayak in downtime, you could look into these kayak storage tips.

8. Shooting– If shooting is your thing, head out to Sara Park and take advantage of the free shooting range open
to the public. They also have an archery range if you prefer the bow.

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