Lake Havasu borders California to the west, a blue oasis in the Arizona desert. The lake was established in 1938 as a result of the construction of the Parker Dam. Lake Havasu was founded by Robert P. McCullough, the inventor of the McCullough chainsaw, who used the lake to test boat engines. He bought 3,500 acres of land on the east side of the lake. The early inhabitants around the lake lived in tents, and this made them proud to be the pioneers of the 1960s.

The spring break on Lake Havasu is a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of drunkenness to all the tourist attractions. Activities on Lake Havasu encourage students to go hiking, boating and enjoy the tranquility of nature.

The London Bridge, which stretches from Lake Havasu to Thompson Bay, was bought by McCullough in 1968 for $ 2.5 million. The bridge in London was rebuilt with great effort, and each brick was identified and transported to Arizona, which took three years to rebuild. Changes in safety and fitness have changed it, but visitors do not seem to be upset. A small English village takes guests across the sea as guests pass through strange streets. This bridge offers a spectacular night view of the lake, the city and the sky.

Outdoor activities on Lake Havasu are almost unlimited. Tourists can rent boats, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing, hiking, cycling, swimming and fishing during the day. Boat rental is available for families who want to escape to a quiet place. Lake Havasu State Park has several miles of rugged trails for adventurous visitors.

The Mohawk, which is only one and a half miles long, runs slowly from the park’s desert to the shoreline. The Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden features man-made species of wildlife and wildlife from the desert around the lake. Public beaches and picnic areas give tourists the opportunity to relax and unwind after a walk in the desert sun.

In case of bad weather, visiting the full enclosed water park will keep you busy. It has a 254 foot water slide, grounds, wave pool, children’s pond and many rest areas. Therapeutic pools relieve working muscles. The water park provides a place for many families to escape the sun and enjoy the water. Special packages are available for pre-planning families. Visit their website for more details.

Golf courses in the city and outside the gate provide a spectacular view for the avid golfer. Bridgewater Links, located near Queens Bay, has 3 cups of tea daily in its 9 holes, 1,808 yards from level 30. London Bridge Golf Course is an 18-hole, 6,140-yard pitch with a 71 pitch. The golf course offers shelter 9 rounds and 18 round holes. All of these courses are open to the public, however, your tea time reservation is recommended.

The History Museum has a glimpse into the rich traditional past of the first inhabitants. The people of Chemehuevi offer Native American dance, song, and music to the museum. Special events such as the YaYa Women’s Group fry bread and prepare traditional handicrafts throughout the year. The video presentation “Recreating Creation Together” details the salt route project that is being held inside the museum.

A trip to Lake Havasu is a great Arizona vacation destination for any family!

Source by CL Hendricks