Lake Havasu Kayaking
Care to kayak under the old London Bridge in Arizona? This unbelievable scenario is just one of many to leave you in awe at Lake Havasu. Often known as “Arizona’s Playground”, Lake Havasu and Lake Havasu City have everything you need for a thrilling day on the water.
Like many Arizona lakes, Havasu is far longer than it is wide. As a plus, this means you have a lot of shoreline to explore and enjoy. Notable spots to hit up are under London Bridge, which was dismantled in London and relocated to Arizona in 1967; Red Rock, a stunning and aptly named formation on the southern end of the lake that casts a picturesque reflection at sunset; Pirate’s Cove, a wacky spot on the north end of the lake that features a pirate ship you can paddle around; and the Topock Gorge, another locale on the northern end where the water is clear, the canyons orange, and the secluded beaches comfortably sandy. Whatever you decide to do, Lake Havasu is certainly a spot you’ll want to come back to with family and friends again and again.