The landscape of Arizona features exciting topography that offers the best hikes in the state for hikers of all backgrounds. Lake Havasu City especially is home to many of the featured and iconic hiking trails that hikers from all over the States come to traverse. If you’re looking for some of the best hikes in Arizona, as well as a few other options and activities, Lake Havasu City is the place for you.
Not only is the London Bridge not falling down, as we assured readers of the UK’s Sun newspaper this past summer, but change is underway at the adjacent English Village Lake Havasu. The new sign on AZ-95 and restoration of the fountain to its former glory, are both signs of things to come.
The state of the economy has been the single most important factor to delay redevelopment of the English Village. Over the past few years Virtual Realty Enterprises (VRE) sought to improve the property to its highest economic potential by constructing a multi-level underground parking deck, [...]
We have a truly special oasis in our little corner of Arizona, and the word is out. People from all over the world come to swim, boat, hike, fish, and soak up the plentiful sun. The tourism industry has been very good to Lake Havasu City, and we have several videos all about it. The videos are a short look into the importance of tourism to the Lake Havasu City community.
“It’s worth two minutes of time for every resident to watch these,” said Doug Traub, president and CEO of the Lake Havasu Convention & Visitors Bureau. [...]
It comes as no surprise that Lake Havasu ranks 20th out of 100 of America’s best bass lakes, according to Bassmaster. Lake-related activities rank among the top five out of 13 attractions in the city on TripAdvisor.com. Now, land-based recreation is catching up in popularity. The city is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) soliciting ideas for more community athletic fields.
Lake Havasu City government officials are soliciting interested and qualified professional firms to provide a comprehensive athletic field needs assessment study, based upon feedback from field [...]
There is now a commercial kitchen at the Aquatic Center in town, expanding the facility’s role in the community.
Lake Havasu City is such a mecca for water recreation, we even have an indoor water park at the Aquatic Center at 100 Park Avenue. Recently the facility opened its commercial kitchen to outside groups.
“The first benefit to this is the facility’s role as an emergency shelter if things go bad – we opened on two occasions already when power went out,” said Dan Keyes, Aquatic Recreation Manager. “For the good times, we host parties and [...]