Lake Havasu Museum of History: A Bridge to the Past

Take a drive through Lake Havasu City today and it is hard to imagine a time when Jet Skis and speed boats weren’t racing through the wide expanse of blue water, or when Spring breakers and snow birds weren’t making it a prime destination in the desert. The London Bridge was purchased by Robert McCulloch
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Just 19 miles south of Lake Havasu City and 8 miles from Parker on Arizona State Route 95, lies a little gem called Cattail Cove State Park.

Whether you’re interested in swimming, fishing or just lounging and relaxing, Cattail Cove State Park offers you and your family a chance to get away and enjoy tranquility along Lake Havasu.

The 2,000-acre park has been operated by the Arizona State Parks Board since 1970.

Although many states in the U.S. are frigid in December, Arizona is not usually one of them.

Unless you seek the high country, like Flagstaff or Prescott. Then all bets are off.

We love those places too, but for one splendid weekend, we sought warmth and was not disappointed.

We enjoyed our stay here and we know you will too. Come see why this beautiful dog-friendly setting draws campers from around the country…

By 1963, Robert McCulloch moved his businesses to Arizona and bought 26 acres of land right next to Lake Havasu. He paid a little over a million dollars for the place, and Lake Havasu City was born. He even opened a chainsaw factory that employed several hundred workers. After all, every city needs a population. So then, when you’re at the top of your game, and you own your own city, what do you do next? A multi-million ton antique to decorate the place might be nice…

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