You’ve made the right choice deciding to visit our fair shores. But once you’re here, now what? Glad you asked. A new Itinerary feature of GoLakeHavasu.com helps you make the most of how you might want to spend some of your time.
Spend a day visiting the living ghost town of nearby Oatman, a throwback in time to Arizona’s Wild West. This historic Arizona town, only 54 miles up the road from Lake Havasu City on old Route 66, rose to fame during the gold mining era of the early 1900s. Oatman residents are quite proud and protective of their wild – yet highly tame and gentle – burro population which you’re encouraged to feed from the palm of your hand.
Lake Havasu City is one of the most budget-friendly destinations for families looking to have lots of fun in a safe environment. You’ll find a wide range of accommodations and dining options to fit any family’s travel budget. A suggested three-day itinerary is designed for budget family vacationers, with visits to the Aquatic Center, London Bridge Beach, and the Tinnell Memorial Sports Complex.
A road trip to Lake Havasu City this weekend is your perfect getaway to relaxation and adventure. Getting here isn’t hard–the open road is half the fun. The other half is deciding what to do when you arrive. Adventure seekers will appreciate a two-day itinerary that includes a cabana boat rental, stand-up paddling, and a personal watercraft visit to Copper Canyon and Steamboat Cove.
When it comes right down to it, we have ideas for whatever floats your boat.