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Lake Havasu was made dramatically more interesting when London
Bridge was moved from London to the lake. The bridge, the only thread
across the River Thames for nearly four centuries, witnessed phenomenal
history over the years. The head of William Wallace was the first to
appear on a post on the bridge in 1305. It took until 1967 for the
entire bridge, which by then had been replaced in portions several
times, to be declared superfluous and put on the market. The London
Bridge Historical Ghost Walk reveals the ghosts, the bones and the
people of London Bridge.
Today, Lake Havasu is much more
than its famous landmark. With more than 300 days of sunshine per year,
Lake Havasu is ideal for water sports, golf, tennis and desert tours. A
bit more than 400 miles of stunning coastline delivers exceptional
water skiing, kayaking, fishing, and house boating. The lake can also
be explored from its beautiful beaches and hiking trails along its
The Havasu National Wildlife Refuge protects 30
river miles and 300 miles of shoreline, along the Colorado River from
Needles, California, to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Here you can see
bighorn sheep, reptiles, and endangered bird species.