Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City is a city in Mohave County in western Arizona. It is known best for being the home of the 1831 London Bridge, which Robert McCulloch, the founder of the city, bought from the British government in 1967.

Get in

By air

Lake Havasu City is very far from any major airport. Your best bet would probably be Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (IATA: LAS) .

By car

Lake Havasu City is on Arizona State Route 95, which is accessed via Exit 9 off Interstate 40, about 10 miles east of the California border and 42 miles west of Kingman.

By bus and train

Get around

Arizona State Route 95 is the city's main (and only) artery.

See and Do

London Bridge

There are some great sunsets to see in this area in the summer as the sun goes down over the surrounding hills. There are many places to do watersports on the lake with this a popular destination for boating holidays. There is also a golf range near one of the hotels.


There are several restaurants if the London Bridge is crossed onto the island.



There is a Best Western set off the main road in Lake Havasu. This is on the opposite side of the road to the lake. It has a swimming pool in the middle court yard and secure boat parking. There are also several hotels round the London Bridge area of Lake Havasu and some smaller bed and breakfasts.

Go next

Routes through Lake Havasu City

Bullhead City Needles via  N  S  Parker Quartzsite

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