Exploring Lake Havasu

Exploring Havasu: The Rodeo Grounds
Off State Route 95, nestled within the mountains and trails of SARA Park, lies the Lake Havasu Rodeo Grounds. The brainchild of long-time locals Dub and Dottie Campbell, it’s easy to find the grounds – simply turn off the highway onto Dub Campbell Parkway, and then turn onto Dottie Way. [capt... Read More
Today marks the first day of a very busy Fourth of July week on Lake Havasu, as well as on the streets and roadways in Lake Havasu City. Boaters and motorists are advised to bring a lot of patience while navigating around the city and at the main public boat launch ramps that get recreationists o... Read More
Exploring Havasu: Mohave County Library
By Karley Glover/LHHS Journalism Student: While many know of the local Mohave County Library, many don’t know of everything the establishment has to offer. Despite the stereotype of a library being a building stacked to the ceiling with books, the library offers many different amenities. ... Read More
Exploring Havasu: Castle Rock
By Karley Glover/LHHS Journalism Student: The Castle Rock area is surrounded by trees and bushes and occupies a vast amount of space along one sandy edge of the Colorado River. [caption id="attachment_18420" align="aligncenter" width="1021"] A sign is at the entrance that points to the Castle ... Read More
Exploring Havasu: Kayaking
  Paddle sports have been rapidly growing in popularity in Lake Havasu City, and more and more kayaks have been popping up all over the lake. It’s a great form of exercise, it’s stress-relieving, and it’s a fun and unique way to enjoy Lake Havasu’s beautiful views and wildlife. There are... Read More