Winter On The Water In Lake Havasu City

Dated: 12/10/2018

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Lake Havasu is the boating capital of the Southwest, so a cruise is the best way to get a lay of the land. It’s a touch too cold to swim in winter, but plenty of people still partake in water sports, renting jet skis, kayaks, and stand-up paddle boards. Replicas of 27 famous lighthouses from around the U.S. line the channel, lake, and river that are as photogenic as they are functional. Sunset Charter & Tour Co. can take you down the Colorado River, Bridgewater Channel, and into Thompson Bay on a custom-built pontoon boat they call a “limo on water” as you navigate hidden canyons and coves to spot wildlife, migratory birds, and oddly shaped rock formations (keep an eye out for the Sleeping Indian). 

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