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Lake Havasu is a liquid border of sorts between Arizona and California, It houses many nice sport fish to include Largemouth Bass and Striper. There are two routes to get to Lake Havasu by either the 40 or 10 HWY. Lake Havasu is a part of the Colorado River system and with this produces 4 lb. panfish behind the Parker Dam. The London bridge that was placed within Lake Havasu City over the river ho... Log infor additional details...
From Lake Havasu City Arizona, head northwest on Mescal Loop toward N Smoketree Ave. take a left onto N Smoketree Ave. Make a left ont N Acoma Blvd. Make a left onto AZ-95 S. Turn right on Lake Shore Blvd. Arrive at Lake Havasu.
Driving from Blythe California, Head east on E Chanslor Way/E Riverside Dr. toward N 7th St. Make a right onto N 7th St. Merge onto I-10 E, Entering Arizona. Use exit 17 for US-95 toward AZ-95 S/W Main St. Take a right onto W Main St. Turn left onto AZ-95 N/Central Blvd.
Continue on AZ-95 N staying left. Make a right on AZ-95 N/W Riverside Dr. Turn left on Lake Shore Blvd. Arrive at Lake Havasu.