Local and Historic Must Sees

Established in 1963 and boasting over 50,000 residents today, Lake Havasu is home to the famous London Bridge and a vacation destination that welcomes more that 750,000 tourists annually. While visiting this great town there is a list of "must see's" before you go! Don't miss a thing!

SARA Park

SARA Park

SARA stands for Special Activities Recreational Area and is a local gem. This county run park has softball fields, hiking trails, a dog park, the rodeo and a BMX track and a ton more. For more information on events and what the park has to offer, visit the Lake Havasu City website
Location: 7260 S. SARA Park Way Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406
Phone: (928) 453-8686
Rotary Community Park

Rotary Community Park

This local park has everything for everyone. There is a skate park overlooking the lake as well as bocce ball pits, walking trails, multiple play grounds, boat launches and so much more. This is a great place to come and people watch on the lake, have lunch or break a sweat on a scenic walk
Location: 1400 S. Smoketree Ave.
Phone: (928) 453-8686
Lake Havasu Lighthouses

Lake Havasu Lighthouses

Lake Havasu is home to a series of miniature lighthouses that were replicated and maintained by the Lake Havasu City Lighthouse Club. Each lighthouse is a replica of famous lighthouses across the country and are fully functional and active and were erected to keep boaters safe on the lake after dark. For tour and more history information visit the Lighthouse Club website
Location: Along the Lake
Phone: (928) 855-4819
Bridgewater Channel

Bridgewater Channel

Otherwise known as the "Channel" this famous location on the lake is the place to pull your boat up to the beach and park to people watch during the summer months. Historically this Channel was man made to separate the island from the mainland of Lake Havasu when the London Bridge was built.
Location: The Channel
Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon

These days this cove is a little more tame than it used to be with "no wake" buoys marking the entrance. In its time, Copper Canyon was the place to park your boat and have a party and anyone with a watercraft and an itch for fun was there. Features like large rocks to jump into the lake from have helped put this place on the map in Lake Havasu.
Location: GPS: 34.425372,-114.307854
Topock Gorge

Topock Gorge

Topock Gorge is a part of the Lake Havasu Wildlife Refuge and stretches along the lake making this a great place for boaters and kayakers to view protected wildlife. Many people refer to Topock Gorge as a miniature Grand Canyon with its colorful, steep rocky walls and abundant wildlife. The Gorge is part of the designated Havasu National Wildlife Refuge and a favorite place for boaters, kayakers and canoeists to enjoy the splendor of hundreds of species of birds, big-horn sheep and wild burros. Sandy beaches are in abundance along the shores of the Gorge, and with the heart of the Topock Gorge a no-wake zone, its easy to pull up and enjoy the day without the worry of large wakes breaking on the shoreline.
Location: GPS: 34.658293,-114.458231
Picture Rock

Picture Rock

This local spot is a rock formation located near Topock Gorge. If you approach the rock closely by boat and look carefully, you will likely see remnants of prehistoric petroglyphs carved into the stone face. This art helps to tell the stories of the Native American tribes who inhabited the Colorado River thousands of years ago.
Location: 2 miles from the south entrance of Topock Gorge (Boat Only)
Lake Havasu State Park

Lake Havasu State Park

This local spot is a Lake Havasu shore line with parks, hiking, boat ramps and camping that houses several annual events.
Location: 699 London Bridge Road Lake Havasu, AZ 86403
Phone: (928) 855-2784
Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center

Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center

Lake Havasu Aquatic Center is a great place to take your family for fun in the water inside. Featuring lap lanes, kiddie pools and a water slide as well as full locker rooms and seating.
Location: 100 Park Ave, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Phone: (928) 453-8686
Lake Havasu Museum of History

Lake Havasu Museum of History

The history of this fine town is memorialized in multiple exhibits in this local museum. For the history buff in you, this is a local must see.
Location: 320 London Bridge Road Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403
Phone: (928) 854-4938
Crit Museum

Crit Museum

The Colorado Indian Tribes Museum or CRIT is home to historic artifacts and exhibits depicting the heritage and traditions of the Colorado Indian Tribe.
Location: 133 West Riverside Drive, Parker, Arizona 85344
Phone: (928) 669-8970
Lake Havasu Visitor Center

Lake Havasu Visitor Center

Lake Havasu Visitor Center is committed to preserving the history and promoting the future of Lake Havasu City. For all your visitor and resident needs, the Visitor Center is a wealth of knowledge about the town.
Location: 314 London Bridge Rd, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Phone: (928) 453-3444
Toll Free: (800) 242-8278