Realty ONE Group Mountain Desert
1971 McCulloch Blvd.N #102
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 928-706-4783
The "Lake" in Lake Havasu
Lake Havasu is the most visited lake in Arizona attracting over 2,500,000 fun-seekers to its shores every year. Formed by Parker Dam on the Colorado River, this 45-mile long lake, located on the border between Southern California and Arizona is a scenic oasis. With over 450 miles of shoreline, featuring marina launches on both the Arizona and California shorelines, vacationers flock to Lake Havasu's deep, clear waters for it's abundance of water recreation and outdoor adventure.
Lake Havasu Lake is known for two things, it's internationally known as the "Personal Watercraft Capital of the World," and it's also an extremely popular Spring Break destination for students from the southwest. Each year, Lake Havasu, plays host to the Annual Jet Ski World Finals along with numerous other annual events that take place. The Lake does, indeed, make a cool and sparkling contrast to the surrounding arid desert and stark mountains. Lake Havasu has become an outdoor playground for residents and tourists year round, who flock to the area to enjoy the cool waters and pretty scenery. In an area where the sun shines almost every day of the year, anytime is a great time to visit Lake Havasu, where you can go swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing.
Best Place to Park and Take Photos
Just after turning onto McCulloch Boulevard North, you'll cross over Arizona Highway 95. Before you reach the actual London Bridge, turn left into the small parking lot near the London Bridge Resort. It's an easy walk along the lower edge of the bridge to the promenade for photos. Once you walk west under the bridge, you'll see a concrete walkway ramp which leads up to the London Bridge visitor's center, where there are some historical photos and other information about the bridge and other attractions and points of interest within about a 100-mile radius of Lake Havasu City.