Who doesn’t love floating on the water? Especially warm water, the kind you want to swim in, lounge in, cool off in, and goof off in.
Which is why Lake Havasu is such an excellent place to take a vacation to get away from it all and relax. It is warm, between 75° to 85° F on the surface, clean, and plopped in the middle of the desert along the Colorado River so the weather is always nice. It is big, around 20 miles long from the sandbars to Parker Dam by 3 miles wide at Lake Havasu City – over 21,000 surface acres. It is cosmopolitan – with all the conveniences and amenities you could want in Lake Havasu City, and it’s in the desert so the weather is always nice. If it gets too hot, well, that’s why you’re here – head to the water and jump in or get on a boat and cruise it.
Lake Havasu is the perfect place to go boating. Rentals are available if you don’t have one – everything from pontoon party boats to racing boats built for speed, ski boats and jet skis. Take your pick, or try them all.
For boaters who want the comforts of a deluxe home to operate out of when vacationing in Lake Havasu, contact us and we can set you up in a rental property with 3 bedrooms, a full kitchen, pool and ping-pong tables, barbeque, and a deep, 3-bay garage for parking your boat in, and convenient lake access. Big enough for two or three couples, or your whole family.
Reserve your vacation today. Call Eric at 775-790-0499 or email him at Eric@LakeHavasuHomeRentals.com
PS: While you’re on the lake, don’t forget your fishing gear for landing a fresh bass or blue-gill for dinner.
Common Sense Boating Tips
- Use Sunscreen and bring extra clothing.
- Don’t Drink Alcohol and Drive.
- Bring extra water!
- Be sure to look around before turning your watercraft.
- When pulling a skier or tube, always use a third person as an observer (it is the law)
- When pulling a skier or person on a tube, do not get too close to the shore AND ALWAYS be sure to look before turning.
- When “hanging out” in the channel, watch for signs of Carbon Monoxide poisoning: dizziness, nausea, vomiting, or altered mental status (that isn’t realated to alcohol consumption). CO poisoning can also happen to persons that have been riding in the rear of the boat.
- Observe the no wake zone as you approach Bridgewater Channel, especially on crowded weekends.
Please be sure that you are familiar with the Arizona Boating rules and regulations before venturing out onto the lake. For more information download the Arizona Game and Fish Boaters Guide:
Boaters Guide of Arizona (PDF Format)