Lake side home rentals in Lake Havasu City

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Island in Lake Havasu City
On The Water In Havasu
Come stay at OnTheWaterInHavasu where you are not only renting a home but you are renting a lifestyle!! Luxury vacation experience featuring the best lake view in town! Enjoy evening under the stars in the picture-perfect private chemical free hot tub on your deck over looking the moon reflecting off the water! Lake front from almost every window! Pet friendly! It is on the island in Lake Havasu City home of the London Bridge! (About 3 miles to the bridge)
$282 per night
Home in Lake Havasu City
Havasu Entire Home Pool Jacuzzi w Casita WiFi Cabl
Bring family & fiends to enjoy .31 ac lot with 2 Homes is a relaxing vacation stay. Main House has 3 bed 3 bath (2 master Suites). Open floor plan, WiFi cable Smart TV’s, Kitchen silverware spices washer dryer & AC in homes luxury bath towels. The Casita is bright open with full kitchen, living, dining room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom king bed Private Pool, Jacuzzi and barbecue. Enjoy all Lake Havasu offers! *Corporate housing, relocation and long term welcome!
$118 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
Havasu Dunes Resort Studio Unit
A mile South of beautiful Downtown Lake Havasu, you will be checking into a Studio unit at Havasu Dunes Resort. Features a kitchenette (mini fridge/stove-top), Queen bed with pocket door for privacy, and pullout sofa in living room. Resort staff are available 7a-10p. Upon check-in you will be required to present ID and a credit card for an incidental hold. Pictures are of the resort in general, the room you are assigned is done at check-in.
$95 per night

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Stay near Lake Havasu City's top sights

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Lake Havasu Museum of History16 locals recommend
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London Bridge Beach118 locals recommend
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Lake Havasu State Park55 locals recommend
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The Shops at Lake Havasu8 locals recommend
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Rubba Duck Safari4 locals recommend
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Sara Park28 locals recommend

Lake Havasu City vacation rentals

Guesthouse in Lake Havasu City
Luxury Casita
$49 per night
Guesthouse in Lake Havasu City
Casa Blanca ~ Private Casita for 2 w/Spa & Patio!
$72 per night
Guesthouse in Lake Havasu City
Enjoy your own little home away from home!
$50 per night
Guest suite in Lake Havasu City
Private Casita in S Havasu - POOL/Hot Tub
$52 per night
Guest suite in Lake Havasu City
Lake View Studio w/ Pool + Boat Parking - Havasita
$68 per night
Guest suite in Lake Havasu City
Luwhos Lake House - VIEWS, Spa, Pool & Location!
$71 per night
Hotel room in Lake Havasu City
Lovely 1 bedroom Condo in a Quiet Beautiful Community Walking Distance Downtown and Boat Parking!
$76 per night
Guest suite in Lake Havasu City
$58 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
✧POOL✧King Lake Suite✧ Walk to DT & Lake!!
$65 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
Cozy Chic Condo!
$42 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
Waterfront Condo Breathtaking Sunset Views of Lake
$148 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
Hava-Retreat with Pool/Boat Parking!
$110 per night

Lake side condo rentals in Lake Havasu City

Condo in Lake Havasu City
Boater’s Paradise, Kingsview 4th floor, on lake!
$112 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
NEW! Havasu Condo w/ View of Lake & London Bridge!
$171 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
Amazing Condo with Luxurious Design and Comfort!
$350 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
NEW! 1st-Floor Lake Havasu Condo w/ Water Views!
$434 per night
Condo in Lake Havasu City
Kings View with Fantastic Views By Candace
$396 per night
Condo in Parker
Luxury 3 bedroom condo in Havasu Springs
$200 per night

Your guide to Lake Havasu City


A human-made oasis in the Sonoran Desert, Lake Havasu City is a 1960s-era planned community on the banks of an artificial lake. The sunny weather and large blue reservoir — formed by damming the Colorado River — draws boaters, fishers, and water recreationists from all corners of the Southwestern United States. Hikers and wildlife watchers hit trails through the arid Arizona landscapes, a habitat for many migratory birds. The city has its surprises, too: Founded by an eccentric chainsaw magnate, Lake Havasu City is perhaps best known for the real-life London Bridge, which was relocated here to attract tourists and new residents. The gimmick worked, as the bridge now ranks among the most popular attractions in Arizona.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Havasu City?

It’s almost always hot and dry in Lake Havasu City, which experiences a desert climate. As with much of the Southwest, you can expect more than 300 sunny days a year. Also common: extreme temperatures in the summer, when average highs exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit from June through September. In fact, Lake Havasu City holds the record for the hottest temperature observed in Arizona history (128 degrees). You’ll need to drink lots of water and watch overexertion in the summer.

If you’re not accustomed to this kind of heat, the other seasons are a safer bet for a vacation. Spring is among the most popular times to visit, with pleasant highs in the 70s. From April through May, you can expect highs in the 80s and 90s. October and November offer similar conditions. Winter is the coolest time of year — but you can’t really consider average highs in the 60s cold. In other words, you’ll want to pack sunscreen even in January.

What are the top things to do in Lake Havasu City?

London Bridge

The town’s most famous attraction is a true American oddity: In 1968, a chainsaw magnate paid $2.46 million — almost $20 million in today’s dollars — to the City of London. More than 10,000 tons of granite blocks were dismantled and relocated to the Arizona desert, where the bridge now connects an island resort in the Colorado River with the main town’s development.

Havasu National Wildlife Refuge

About 42 miles north of Lake Havasu City lies one of the most scenic wildlife refuges along the Colorado River. President Franklin D. Roosevelt created Havasu National Wildlife Refuge by Executive Order in 1941 to preserve the migratory habitat for hundreds of bird species. It’s a popular spot for hiking the mountainous terrain as well as paddling through Topock Gorge.


As you explore the lake, you may notice a series of familiar-looking lighthouses — perhaps an odd sight in landlocked Arizona. More than two dozen scaled-down replicas of well-known U.S. lighthouses dot the shoreline, originally built to aid nighttime navigation of the lake.