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The Channel

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Every day is a virtual non-stop boat parade when you’re at the Bridgewater Channel, the narrow ribbon of ‘no wake’ navigable water that runs beneath the London Bridge, creating a waterfront for shops and restaurants. The man-made channel is bordered by sandy beaches – a favorite resting, socializing and tanning place for boaters to “beach’ year-round. Public[...]

Fishing Hot Spots

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Fish the Night Away Want to get in a little fishing and wondering where the fish are biting? Well, there are a number of free docks to fish from, and they are open 24/7. They are a great place to toss a line, relax, and (hopefully) catch that fish of your dreams. Check out these fishing spots in and around Lake Havasu. Bill Williams River National Wildlife[...]

Before Hitting the Road

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If you love getting outdoors and riding your bike, then you’ve come to the right place. Lake Havasu is a mecca for bike enthusiasts! Great riding trails, beautiful world-class scenery, sunny blue skies, and comfortable temperatures—especially this time of year—but nothing can put a damper on that great bike ride than an unneeded mechanical problem. The good [...]

Take A Hike—No Experience Necessary!

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With cooler weather and a hiking trail literally in any direction you turn, Havasu is the ideal place to get out and enjoy the stunning vistas and amazing wildlife. After all, the spectacular desert southwest is renowned as one of the top camping/hiking destinations in the United States! For the novice hiker, Havasu has a number of trails suited for that [...]

Lost and Found Under Lake Havasu

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By Joel Silverstein Swimming along the soft, silty, monochromatic bottom of Lake Havasu in the distance a stream of light shimmers off the bottom. Slowly approaching the sparkle the diver carefully reaches out to find out what the light is bouncing off. Is it a Budweiser can, an old boat part, river beads, or jewelry? Lake Havasu is one of the most popular[...]

Dog Parks of Lake Havasu

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Going to the Dogs! It’s the perfect time of year to consider taking your canine friends to any of the three outstanding off-leash dog parks in Lake Havasu. Allowing our four-legged friends the opportunity to run and socialize is a delight for both owner and dog alike. Each park is completely fenced in with double-gated entrances for your pup’s safety. Re[...]

Havasu Boating History

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Photo courtesy of the Lake Havasu Museum of History -  Sailboats were prominent in the 1960s, and McCulloch sponsored the Annual Lake Havasu City Regatta that still survives to this day. Back in May 1965, shortly after the town was established, 16 Pacific Catamarans entered in the race. Lake Havasu held the largest Hobiecat regatta in the history of Hobiecat[...]

13 Fun Lake Havasu Facts

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Lake Havasu consists of 60 miles of lake and river waterways. The lake is the result of both Parker Dam to the south and Davis Dam to the north. Lake Havasu has more than 400 miles of beautiful shoreline. The lake has a capacity of 619,400 acre feet of water. Parker Dam was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation between 1934 and 1938. The lake [...]

Boating Etiquette on Lake Havasu

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Boating Etiquette—Safety and Fun Are Up to Everyone Whether you’re in a pontoon boat or speedboat, everyone enjoying the lake wants to have a great day out on the water. And that means playing it safe by following some simple rules. After all, no one wants their day to end in tragedy. If you're a new or novice boater, it is highly recommended that you ta[...]

Lake Havasu Diving

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Dive Right in—the Water’s Fine Joel Silverstein, a local diving instructor, likes to refer to the Lake Havasu area as the Caribbean of the southwest. With over 6,000 dives under his belt, Joel knows a little something about diving. We asked Joel to provide us with a simple overview of what it takes to become involved in diving. “Scuba is an equipment int[...]