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Your 3 Bed 2 Bath Havasu Home Away from Home!!!
Entire residential home · 9 guests · 3 beds · 2 baths
Your 3 Bed 2 Bath Havasu Home Away from Home!!!Newly Remodeled Beautiful 3 bed 2 bath single story cul-de-sac home 7 Minutes from the Lake ready for you to relax and make great memories. As you arrive you will notice the large RV/Boat parking on the side of the home. The home is close to the market and Downtown Havasu area with great restaurants. While you are staying you can enjoy fun games such as Large Connect 4, Large Jenga, and Ring Toss. There is an indoor laundry room with an ice maker. The rear yard has a BBQ and covered patio.
THE VIEW-Amazing Lake/Mtn  w/ Private Keyed Entry
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Private room · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 private bath
THE VIEW-Amazing Lake/Mtn w/ Private Keyed EntryLarge suite w/ private keyed entry opens to a covered patio offering spectacular lake, desert and mountain views. Minutes from Hwy 95 and the boat launch, this suite offers privacy, convenience and spectacular views of our magnificent Arizona sunsets. The suite is tastefully furnished with a KING bed and QUEEN memory foam sofa bed, as well as a bar fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee/tea bar and basic dishes. The BBQ w/ side burner is ideal for outside eating by the pool.
Entire Condo Sleeps 4
Entire townhouse · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
Entire Condo Sleeps 4Welcome to this cute 1BR condo in beautiful Lake Havasu! Private condo w/ master suite, over-sized bathroom with double vanity, tub/shower combo and walk-in closet. Sofa bed in the LR for more guests. Open floor plan, fireplace, dining room, patio and washer-dryer. Smart Home w/ keyless entry, WiFi, and Smart TVs that allow you to watch your favorite streaming services. Community amenities: heated pool/spa, clubhouse for entertaining and fitness room! Close to lake, shopping and restaurant row!

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Elegant 3 Bedroom Dog Friendly Home With Hot Tub!
$135 per night
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Peaceful Sunset Condo - Pool/Hot Tub
$85 per night
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The Beachside Bungalow
$132 per night
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The Lakeshore Cottage
$133 per night
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Lake Havasu City Guesthouse
$111 per night
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Family Friendly
$185 per night
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Cypress Family Vacation Home
$172 per night
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Kings View condo 409 on channel by London Bridge
$180 per night
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NEW! Completely Remodeled Private Resort-Sleeps 10
$256 per night
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Heaven in Havasu
$115 per night
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Lake View Condo with Pool/Boat Parking!
$141 per night
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Lake Havasu Getaway
$225 per night

Your guide to Lake Havasu City

All About 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.


How do I get around Lake Havasu City?

About halfway between Las Vegas and Phoenix, Lake Havasu City is within reach of three major airports: Laughlin Bullhead International Airport (IFP) in Bullhead City, Arizona, about 65 miles north; McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas (LAS), about 150 miles north; and Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix (PHX), about 200 miles southeast. It takes about 5 hours to cover the 315 miles to Los Angeles, California. Popular rideshare services can shuttle you around town, though you’ll need a car to easily explore the region. You can pick up rentals at your destination airport as well as in town.


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. 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.

Lighthouses

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.