Lake Havasu City, population 52,000+, is the largest city in in Mohave County, Arizona, United States. Mohave County is the fifth largest county in the nation.
Mohave County is located in the Northwest corner of Arizona bordered by Lake Mead and a major part of the Grand Canyon on north, and the Colorado River on the west. The area is often referred to as the West coast of Arizona.
The City of Lake Havasu is well known for The London Bridge, originally built in 1831 and imported from England in 1968. It spans an artificial channel separating the mainland from a peninsula now known as Havasu Island.
|Water ski, jet boat, houseboat, anything you like is welcome. Fishermen love to hook into the large and smallmouth bass, stripers, various panfish, trout and catfish.
Every year, Lake Havasu City is a travel destination for over 2.5 million visitors. Snowbirds love the casual southwest living with a warm, sunny, arid desert climate, and the city's four golf courses.
Lake Havasu is an active community, especially for those who like outdoor living with hiking, off-road vehicles, fishing tournaments, car shows, golf tournaments, boat races, art shows and festivals. Shopping is fun in the many new stores and eating in restaurants of all kinds is a real experience. The Lake Havasu area is a fun place to visit and a great place to live.