U.S – Off the Beat & Path: LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ

Lake Havasu State Park has what you’re searching for! Beaches, trails, campsites, and much more can all be discovered while enjoying the stunning landscape of this beautiful park. You are invited to explore some of the many natural, scenic areas in Lake Havasu State Park. This state park is situated on a beautiful, 1,260-acre peninsula on Lake Havasu. Lake Havasu State Park is a great place to spend a weekend camping. With three boat ramps, 13 cabins, and 54 campsites, this spot is full of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

If you’re looking to experience some of the best of Havasu City, head to Lake Havasu. This expansive lake has a variety of activities for everyone, in any age group. With the city being known as the jet ski capital of the U.S., you can ride up on your own or rent from one of the many available vendors. In addition to that, fishing is another popular activity around Lake Havasu, especially among visitors who want to try their hand at catching a lake trout or bass. There are also six lighthouses located around the lake if you want to spend a little extra time walking and exploring where you are. And if golf is more your game, there are three courses located within city limits and two just outside of town for your enjoyment. This is an ideal location for catching a sunset at Lake Havasu State Park. It has your classic desert landscape, next to the beautiful shoreline of Lake Havasu. If you feel like getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, then this is the perfect place for you to relax and unwind.

Lake Havasu City, Arizona is off the beaten path. The Grand Canyon State’s westernmost city is known for embodying the desert Southwest. But what I love about Havasu City is that while it has all the attributes of a big city – shopping, dining, and housing developments – it still maintains its small-town charm, with affordable homes close to everything. It’s a place where you can interact with local residents and make new friends quickly. It’s also a great spot for outdoor lovers.

 

 

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