Four Points Bulletin

Travels north, east, south, and west of our Oceanside home base.

Lake Havasu State Park is listed as one of the best beaches in Lake Havasu City, so when we were charged $15 dollars to enter, I was hoping for the best. We were pleasantly surprised.

As we were driving through the 928 acre State Park that sits on the Colorado River we noticed cabins for rent on the sand. Lake Havasu State Park cabins are $99/night. (What a bargain.) They are perfect for a small family, and have AC and a heater. We are definitely going to reserve one the next time we are in town. And I think we will be back sooner because of it.

We arrived at the beach, on the far side of the park, just in time to set up, explore, run around, throw shells into the water, look at more miniature lighthouses, and watch the sunset. We are enjoying the gentle waves at the beach.

We love this park and wished we would have come with more time on our hands, but it was an ideal way to spend an hour after work. There is no doubt about that.

2 thoughts on “Lake Havasu State Park

  1. Denise says:

    Oh man, the treasures you find! I am so happy for you all! This series of photos has to be one of my favorites, too. The one of the three of you with A1 in the foreground, absolutely Christmas Card Ready (if you ask me). Thank you for bringing us along. As I type this I’m sitting in a deluge of rain that has been going on for hours. The sunshine in the photos and your faces is added cheer to the gloom. I love that about you.

  2. Evelyn Yantis says:

    Such beautiful photos!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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