Exploring Lake Havasu

By Becky Maxedon Prime hiking season is arriving in the Lake Havasu City area and there are plenty of trails for all levels of hiking experience and skill. One of the iconic Lake Havasu landmarks is Cupcake Mountain. And its hiking trail is one of the more challenging. [caption id="attachme... Read More
By Nicole Matheson Summer is in full swing in Lake Havasu City, and that means the lake has become a focal point for water sports and activities. This includes kayaking, a popular pastime that just about anyone can enjoy — with the right instruction. RiverScene spoke with long time kayaker Penn... Read More
Hidden In Plain Sight
Thinking caps and good eyes will reveal RiverScene Magazine’s Lake Havasu City Scavenger Hunt locations featured in photos that will be regularly posted for followers to find. Today’s installment focuses on the ASU Lake Havasu Campus. Jump in and identify what is hidden in plain sight at A... Read More
Lake Havasu Young Entrepreneurs Part III: Terror Toys
By Cortez Fields From the bowels of Elm Street and the shores of Crystal Lake, Terror Toys have come to bring fear to Lake Havasu City in a fun way. RiverScene Magazine spoke to Matt Ferree, another young entrepreneur of Lake Havasu City who made horrific souvenir items into an interesting an... Read More
Young Havasu Entrepreneurs Part II: Hava Smash
By Cortez Fields Having a bad day? Break a plate. Long week? Sledgehammer a TV. Welcome to Hava Smash, the one place in Lake Havasu City where being bad is good. Now Lake Havasu City’s new rage room comes courtesy of two young entrepreneurial sisters, Cassie O’Harra and Corey Jones. These... Read More
By Cortez Fields Winterfest, the long-running festival for Lake Havasu City, brings welcome changes and new vendors for the public Saturday. This year’s Winterfest will feature 234 vendors, with more still on the waitlist. According to the Chamber of Commerce, the total space for vendors is ... Read More
Exploring Havasu: The Bridgewater Channel
By Grace Usher During the mid-1960s, Robert McCulloch devised a masterplan to bring his new community development to the next level. His vision combined the rough beauty of the desert the promise of a modern city for its residents. [caption id="attachment_10507" align="aligncenter" width="1000... Read More
There Is Still Time To Catch The Lights!
By Grace Usher The holiday season is ending but holiday cheer remains. Until Jan. 6, the English Village will be dressed with the colorful blinking lights reminiscent of simpler times. These lights are a symbol of this time of year for Lake Havasu City. Want to get a little history on the... Read More
  Lake Havasu City is a thriving community with economic and cultural expansion that has continued since its beginning.  Lake Havasu City wasn't even a thought when the U.S. Army Air Corps developed a small fishing camp and a place for GIs to enjoy some rest and recreation during World W... Read More