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Lake Havasu City is a year-round destination, known as the "Personal Watercraft Capital of the World."
Boat Launch ..State Park Hours and Boat and Ski Rental
Park hours and information available by calling (928) 855-2784
Windsor Beach Boat Launch Area ~ Click Here
What Else is There To Do at Lake Havasu City?
Along with the London Bridge there is a charming English Village. A variety of tours on the water make a relaxing way to enjoy the beauty of the lake, the bridge, and the surrounding scenery. The Bill Williams Wildlife Refuge & Trail in nearby Parker, Arizona is a place for hunting, bird-watching and fishing. You can drive along the refuge for a great view of the area, and there's also a short nature trail that you can walk right behind the Windsor Inn. For those of you that enjoy sports on wheels, there are plenty of opportunities to go four-wheeling and dirt biking.
Things You Should Know About Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu is about 45 miles long. In the summer the main attraction is, of course, Lake Havasu. Boating, para-sailing jet-skiing, water-skiing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing are just some of the choices for people who love water sports. Boat rentals are available. In the fall, it is still warm enough to enjoy water-related activities.
In the spring, Lake Havasu City is a very popular destination for Spring Break
In the winter it is still mild compared to most places in the country, so even if you aren't soaking up the rays on your boat, you can enjoy many other outdoor activities, like jeep tours, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and birdwatching.
Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden: This interpretive area showcases the diverse life that exists within the park and this area of the desert. Birds, lizard, an desert cotton-tails are common sights. A native & "historic" foodstuff garden is also available in the winter & early spring. Mohave Sunset Trail: 1.5 miles long. Rating: easy. This trail winds its way through the lowland desert and along the shoreline. Just walk into the trail behind Windsor Inn to the lake and desert garden.
Enjoy the best boating lake in America
The waters of Lake Havasu are sparkling clear and warm, making it one of the best boating lakes around and a perfect destination for Arizona fishing
, swimming, and all types of water recreation. There are no size restrictions or speed limits on the lake, with the exception of the no-wake zones clearly posted where a more conservative speed is appropriate. From boaters with high-performance race boats to those with cruising pontoon boats, there’s plenty of room and lots to do. In addition to the Bridgewater Channel near the famed London Bridge, Lake Havasu
has a wealth of hidden coves and beaches that are perfect places to relax for the day, or you can opt to explore the river, with its canyons, cliffs, and abundant wildlife. Water temperatures range from 75 to 85 degrees during much of the year, perfect for a quick dip.
Unlike many other inland bodies of water, Lake Havasu remains at a near constant water elevation that rarely varies more than four feet, providing boaters with ideal conditions year-round and contributing to its reputation as one of the best boating lakes around. There’s ample access to lake beaches
and other beautiful natural areas with amenities such as barbecue grills, portable restrooms, and shaded picnic tables to enhance this Arizona boating experience.
Take a boat tour upriver through Topock Gorge, or a 23-minute ferry ride across the lake to the Chemehuevi Indian Reservation. Traverse remote desert terrain in a Jeep or paddle down the Colorado River through Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge by kayak. Soar through the air like a bird in an ultralight or explore the deepest part of Lake Havasu (88 feet) as a diver, exploring artificial habitats constructed to protect big river fish.
Arizona Adventure tours:
Arizona adventure tours show you the wild side of Lake Havasu and the Sonoran Desert in a way that will forever change your impression of the world. Not only will you witness stunning sunsets, wild bighorn sheep, or amazing natural terrain, but you will learn all about the history of the area and its evolution over time, and what is being done now to preserve the destination for future generations.