Flowing hundreds of miles from Hoover Dam to Mexico, the Colorado River forms Arizona's West Coast. Along the way, beaches, lakes and coves provide boating, fishing, water skiing and wildlife viewing for millions every year. And here and there, visitors can check out historical attractions that show how people have used this river for centuries.
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Parker Dam spans the Colorado River between Arizona and California, 155 miles downstream from Hoover Dam. Built between 1934 and 1938 by the Bureau of Reclamation, Parker Dam is operated with Hoover and Davis Dams to bring water and power benefits to residents of the lower Colorado River Basin.Parker, AZ Landmarks
Boating, skiing, swimming and other water sports are the dominant activities on the Lake. You will find just about every type of water-based recreation including many organized events like music festivals, international jet ski competitions and auto shows. If you don', AZ Boating
Bridgewater Links Golf Course at the London Bridge Resort, is a public, 9 hole, 1,769 yard golf course filled with a great view of the London Bridge and Lake Havasu. Bridgewater Links Golf Course is a premier executive golf course guaranteeing a great golf experience for all golfers alike.Lake Havasu City, AZ Golf Courses
The Courses at London Bridge Golf Club offer championship golf at two spectacular courses. Olde London Golf Course at The Courses at London Bridge has a traditional layout with numerous water hazards and sand bunkers throughout the entire course. It stretches out to 6,466Lake Havasu City, AZ Golf Courses
Public Camping: Two public campgrounds are located on the Parker Strip providing campsites along the Colorado River. Sites are available on a first-come-first-serve basis; there is a 14-day stay limit at each campground. Empire Landing Campground (located approximately 8, AZ Camping
Kofa National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1939 and is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The refuge encompasses 665,400 acres of pristine desert that is home to the desert bighorn sheep and the California palm, the only native palm in Arizona.Quartzsite, AZ Wildlife Refuges