If you view the home page of GoLakeHavasu.com, you can translate the information into 10 different languages – from French to Spanish to German, and more. But one section of the website that needs no translation is the live stream of the London Bridge and Bridgewater Channel captured by our new and improved high–definition webcam. The view is beautiful in any language.
Stuck in a cubicle as we often are, hunting-and-pecking out blog stories, we like to keep the upgraded Lake Havasu City webcam stream running in the background. There in glorious 24/7/365 HD are sweeping, panoramic live images of palm trees waving, cars speeding by on the bridge, and one of Arizona’s most magnificent views, surpassed only by that grande canyon to the north of us which shall remain nameless.
Located high above the Bridgewater Channel atop the London Bridge Resort, the newly enhanced Lake Havasu City webcam allows you to check the wind, and see whether it’s cloudy or sunny (truth be told, it’s usually sunny; but if it’s not sunny, we’ll send someone out with Windex to clean the lens).
We like to stand on the dock below and wave to mom back home. But that’s just us.
If your timing is right, you can watch the bridge lights blink on as the sun sets in the west. Watch the Christmas Boat Parade cruise along in December or hot air balloons float by during Balloonfest in January.
“We’re thrilled that technology allows us to show prospective visitors the beauty of our city anytime day or night,” says Terence Concannon, president and CEO of the Lake Havasu City Convention & Visitors Bureau which sponsors the webcam and live streams the video feed on their website at GoLakeHavasu.com.
“If you’re stuck at work and want to daydream a bit, we’ve got the anecdote.”
Start your vacation early by viewing the home page of GoLakeHavasu.com. Scroll down for the link to the real-time live stream of people having more fun than you – until you push away from your screen, leave work or school, and come “Play Like You Mean It.”