is a tremendous array of things to see in and around Lake Havasu
Arizona, with the London Bridge being the most enchanting and
perhaps intriguing attraction. This famed bridge which spanned
the River Thames for almost 140 years, from the 1830's until 1968,
now connects Lake Havasu City's mainland and island. The London
Bridge survived a terrorist attack in 1884 and the bombing from
the Germans in both World Wars. It is now one of the top tourist
attractions in Arizona drawing millions each year!
the bridge is Lake Havasu, which continues to nchant water enthusiasts
of every type with its secluded coves and mountain scenery rarely
seen in the Southwest. Boats can glide onto palm studded beaches
for picnicking, or they can cut along rocky shores to explore
the mysteries of Topock Gorge and Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.
Boat tours offer trips into areas where ancient man once tread
and modern man seldom does. Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge
on the south end of the lake offers wildlife watching with over
200 species of birds plus bighorn sheep.