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Legal on the Lake

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The temperature in Lake Havasu City has heated up, the summer crowd is here and the Lake looks refreshing. The average temperature for June, July and August is 112 degrees Fahrenheit, which means the Lake (created by the Parker Dam-deepest dam in the world) is a popular destination for people to launch their standup paddleboard, kayak, or watercraft an[...]

Summer Fun Heats Up On Lake Havasu—Be Smart—Be Safe

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Most locals will tell you that heading down to the lake to take the boat out for a spin is a no-no on certain holiday weekends. “Just too crowded,” is the mantra that many local boaters will tell you. After all, boaters, water-enthusiasts, and sun worshipers from across the southwest flock to Havasu on busy holiday weekends. With Memorial Day just around [...]

8 Outdoor Activities

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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. [...]

Havasu's Gem - Rotary Community Park

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As the pictures will attest, Rotary is an amazing 40-acre facility—beaches, walkways, a world-class skate park, ballparks—the area offers unlimited adventure 365 days a year. Have a cookout or just stroll along the tree-lined boardwalk while taking in the scenery of sandy shores of Lake Havasu. Age appropriate play areas will entertain the kids while you soa[...]

Winter Workouts in Lake Havasu

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The beauty of living in Havasu is that the winter weather doesn’t drive you indoors to get your daily workout. Here are a few ideas for getting your heart pumping while enjoying the great outdoors: 1. Head to the Island and jog or bike around the paved 3-mile loop. This completely flat loop is great for beginners or a light workout. Remember: walkers coun[...]

Pet Friendly in Lake Havasu

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Locals and visitors really appreciate the welcome their pets receive here in Lake Havasu City. From a number of pet-friendly hotels, motels, and campgrounds to numerous outdoor activities—Havasu welcomes all of your four legged friends. Sure, we all enjoy the great outdoors and the beautiful weather, but nothing beats being able to include our canine friends[...]

Iconic Off-Road Spots of Lake Havasu

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If you love to take to the back roads of adventure, we rank these iconic trails in order of difficulty: Mohave Wash- Easy for Jeep, SUV, ATV, and dirt bikes Description: A remote desert drive for beginners or those looking for an easy day off-road.  Read and follow all regulations posted on the information kiosk at the start of the trail. Soft sand, mi[...]

Spelunk Your Way on Route 66

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If you’re looking for an entirely different way to get your kicks on Route 66, a leisurely day trip to Peach Springs and the Grand Canyon Caverns is for you. The drive is a beautiful, back country route that harkens back to the days when Route 66 was in its heyday. The area is also well known for the vastness of the wildlife. While you probably won’t see all[...]

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[...]