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Recent Lake Havasu City reviews

  • Great house with everything you need

    "This house was great! From the moment we walked through the doors we knew we were going to enjoy our stay. It has absolutely everything you need to make the stay extremely comfortable, as close to home as you’re going to find. We loved that each bedroom had its own bathroom, this was very helpful when we were all getting ready at the same time for an event. Although we didn’t use the spa or pool the backyard was clean and well maintained. Overall, it was a 5+ star visit and if we go to Lake Havasu again, we will definitely be staying there."
    Guest: Danielle S. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 13, 2014
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  • Quiet, comfortable, and homey.

    "Was exactly as described. A great location for everything we did. Owners promptly addressed any problem to our complete satisfaction; actually the couple of minor problems made it feel just like home. I'm 6'5" and the height of the showerhead in the front bathroom was a dream. I would stay here again in a heartbeat."
    Guest: Eric S. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 31, 2015
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  • Love this place!

    "This was our second time staying here and we loved it just as much as the first time! Great house and backyard. The pool is awesome! Very clean...ideal for big families with kids!"
    Guest: amynicole721 Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 11, 2014
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  • great property...wrong name

    "when i think "rock star", i think of the typical rock and roll scene: lots of commotion, loud, paparazzi, spandex, hair spray, girls backstage....ok, i'm getting carried away, but you get the idea. this property could easily handle a rock star weekend, if you've got the tour bus and the bank account. for me, this place should be called rancho relaxo. it couldn't be any further from my idea of rock star. once you open the front door, you feel separated from noise, and everyday stresses. this place is incredibly relaxing and quiet. the pool waterfall and whatever you bring with you is all you're going to hear. i've stayed here 3 times, and plan to keep coming back. lake havasu being close is both a blessing and curse. sometimes i just don't want to bother with the boat/launch ramp/ect. because i'm perfectly content just hanging by the pool, and don't want to leave a perfectly relaxing set-up. thanks to troy for being a great owner, and taking care of business ASAP."
    Guest: adam e. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014
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Lake Havasu City Travel Tips

Lake Havasu City in Arizona is located along the state's border with California. The arid desert climate in this vacation destination means temperatures during the winter months only drop to 60 degrees Fahrenheit. While summer temperatures can be hot, Lake Havasu is just the place to cool off and enjoy the sunshine.

Lake Havasu City Attractions

There are a plethora of water sports visitors can enjoy during their stay including jetskiing, scuba diving, kayaking, boating, fishing and swimming. The clean and clear water has few to no waves, making it a comfortable swimming spot during much of the year. The beaches surrounding the lake are popular for families who want to have fun in the sun, play in the sand building sandcastles and playing a game of beach volleyball. Beaches at Lake Havasu include London Beach, Rotary Beach and Windsor Beach at Lake Havasu State Park. For indoor swimming, head to the Aquatic Center at the C.V. Wood Community Center for a splash pool and waterslide that's suitable for young children.

Get a little taste of England in Lake Havasu City by visiting the London Bridge. The former London Bridge from across the pond was sold at auction in the 1960s, brought to Lake Havasu and reconstructed in 1971. Pieces of the bridge traveled more than 5,400 miles to get to its new home and today, it is the second-largest attraction in the state only behind the Grand Canyon. Take a 45-minute walking tour of the bridge to see scars from World War II in London while venturing across the Bridgewater Channel. Those heading out on boats will want to make this a spot to anchor as you mingle among the city's other boaters.

Several events are held at Lake Havasu each year including the Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair in January, the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series in May and a Fourth of July fireworks show. Lake Havasu is also home to the International World Jet Ski Final Races, fishing tournaments, the Western Winter Blast pyrotechnics convention, the Chillin-n-Swillin Beer Festival, and the Havasu Triathlon and Half Marathon.

Outdoor lovers will enjoy the diverse range of hiking trails that will show the surrounding scenery or take you through rocky slopes. You can take a walk around Island Trail, Mohave Sunset Trail or Shoreline Trail, or opt for an easy hike along Chemehuevi Wash Trail or Mockingbird Wash Trail. There are moderate climbs at the Arch Rock Loop Trail, Crack in the Mountain Trail, Pilot Rock Trail, SARA Mountain Park Loop Trail and others. Dedicated adventurers can head to Crossman Peak Trail, Cupcake Mountain Trail, Dead Burro Canyon Trail, Iron Door Mine Trail or Lizard Peek Trail for difficult hikes with long, steep slopes.

Lake Havasu City is the perfect place to go on an off-road adventure, as you can make your way through sand dunes, canyons and the open desert. There are more than 20 off-roading trails within driving distance of the city with varying and challenging terrain. The fall and spring are the best times to visit if you plan to bring your four-wheel-drive dirt bike or ATV to Lake Havasu - you can even explore old mines and abandoned mining towns.

Things to Do in Lake Havasu

Shopping: Be sure to check out The Shops at Lake Havasu, London Bridge Shops, Downtown Havasu District and Island Fashion Mall. Between McCullock Boulevard, Smoketree Avenue and Acoma Boulevard you'll find the Downtown Havasu District with unique boutiques selling women's clothing, gourmet food, Arizona wines, fine art and jewelry. The Shops at Lake Havasu boast national retail department stores including Dillard's and JC Penney, while the Island Fashion Mall, located across the London Bridge, features shops selling clothing, jewelry and souvenirs. Underneath the London Bridge are the London Bridge Shops where visitors can stop by storefronts and do a little sightseeing.

Dining: American, Asian, Italian and Mexican fare can all be found in Lake Havasu City. Many of the most popular eateries are located in the central area of town. Head to Bad Miguel's, Bogey's Bar and Grill, Chicago Grill, ER Lounge, Golden Horseshoe Steakhouse and Saloon, Jersey's Grill and Topock 66 Restaurant for all-American cuisine. Asian eateries include Flame Broiler, Golden Phoenix and Thai Nakarin. Barley Brothers Restaurant and Brewery, Havasu Pizza, The Spot and Vinnie's Pizzeria serve up Italian and pizza dishes, while you can find Mexican favorites at Chili Charlie's Cantina, Casa Serrano, Plaza Bonita and Sonor Mariscos. Cool down from the heat and humidity and head to ice cream and frozen yogurt spots such as Berry Cherry, Cady and Cole's Water and Ice, Gotta-Hava Soft Serve, Scoops Homemade Ice Cream and Yogurt Paradise.

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