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Walking at Lake Havasu

Monday, August 10, 2009

There are many nice trails and walkways near the water at Lake Havasu. One starts near the site of an old military airport. Following that for a mile or so, you can cross the street to look at Site 6 where the public can launch their boats at no charge. It was once the area where military sea planes landed during WWII.

Continuing on the trail, you can look across the lake to Havasu Landing, a casino on the California side of the lake. To get there, you can board the Dream Catcher. The round trip is just $1, and there are coupons in the local paper for free rides.

After circling the island, you can walk down to the beach.

Following along the beach path, you can see the famous London Bridge.

Sorry ORIGAMIFREAK, the swap meet is closed down for the summer.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GABY1948 8/18/2009 8:03AM

    I love Lake Havasu! And your pictures are great!

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HAVASULINDA 8/10/2009 7:49PM

    I think it is 7 miles. There are kayakers out there in the morning. Come visit!

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4A-HEALTHY-BMI 8/10/2009 5:55PM

    Hmm. How many miles is it around the island? Looks like it would be about 6 miles. That could be an interesting paddle...

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