Lake Havasu Lighthouses

Parker Dam, built in 1938, on the Colorado River created Lake Havasu. It supplies water to the Colorado River aqueduct and the Central Arizona Project, which provides water to Southern California and Central Arizona. Lake Havasu’s shoreline is more than 400 miles long. Much of it is undeveloped with abrupt and dangerous turns. Because...

Video of the Week – Parade of Lights

Lake Havasu City, AZ Hiking Memere goes to the Annual Parade of Lights on the Bridgewater Channel. Over 70 participants decorated their boats for the amazing Christmas event and to compete for one of many coveted awards.

Video of the Week – Topock Gorge Kayak

Lake Havasu City, AZ Follow us along this wonderful 14+ mile kayak along the Colorado river through Topock Gorge to Castle Rock Cove. For this trip we use our Driftsun Rover 220 inflatable kayak which performed well and had plenty of room for our gear.

Video of the Week – Cliff Base Trail

Lake Havasu City, AZ Follow us on a hike through SARA Park in Lake Havasu City, AZ This hike was over a steep rocky ridge to the saddle of Lizard Peak and across the Cliff Base Trail. There was some exposure making careful footwork important and many amazing views. If you are looking...