Whether you're looking for a day on Lake Havasu or the Colorado River, there are many things to do, places to go and beauty to see! There are many sights to see traveling down Lake Havasu and up the Colorado River including big horn sheep, coyote, wild burros, desert tortoise, rare birds and wild boar!
Traveling down to the south of Lake Havasu and you will find the Parker Dam, which is the reason we have our beautiful lake. While you're down there, stop and grab a meal and drinks at Havasu Springs Resort.
There are many points of interest as you travel north on Lake Havasu including Cattail Cove, Black Meadow Landing, Friendly Island and Skiers Island. Turn into Steamboat Cove and find the perfect spot to sit back and relax. If you are adventurous, check out the famous Copper Canyon known for thrill seekers who eagerly jump off the 200' high cliffs. Although I do not recommend this activity, it is quite scenic and you can explore secret off-shoots of the cove. Just 4 miles from Copper Canyon is Thompson Bay & Nautical Inn Resort. Beach the boat and stop at the Turtle Bar and Grill for a tasty treat right on the water.
It's always a MUST to take a leisurely ride through the Bridge Water Channel and marvel at the world famous London Bridge. People from all over the world come to Havasu just to see our London Bridge!
Cross over to the California side and try your luck at the Havasu Landing-Casino or just stop in for a bite to eat. To the North near Windsor Bay, the Colorado River leads into one of the most scenic areas of all the water. On the river there is The Sandbar, Disneyland, Picture Rock and Sand Dunes. Traveling through Topack Gorge will take your breath way! Just north of the bridge you will discover Topock 66/Spa & Resort and Pirate Cove Resort.