Arizona State Highway 95 South of I-40 Exit 9 passes through Lake Havasu City with access to Lake Havasu. The Mohave County portion of Arizona State Highway 95 ends at the Bill Williams River. It continues on to Parker and ends in Quartzsite, Arizona at U.S. Route 95.
At Exit 9 there is a large number of gas stations and fast food options.
The views are spectacular along Arizona State Highway 95

Havasu National Wildlife Refuge protects 30 river miles (300 miles of shoreline) of the Colorado River from Needles, California, to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Official Website of Havasu National Wildlife Refuge

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 offer a broad spectrum of activities for all to enjoy. Whether you're interested in swimming, fishing or just lounging and relaxing.

The 45-mile long Lake Havasu creates a haven for all kinds of water sports. Fish for largemouth and striped bass, channel & flathead catfish, bluegill and crappie. Boat on the blue waters, sail into quiet coves, or water ski or jet ski out on the open lake.

The area surrounding the park is also a rock hound's paradise. Volcanic rock, geodes, jaspers, obsidian, turquoise and agate can be found outside Lake Havasu City. Official State Park Website

Lake Havasu City was designed as a self-sufficient, planned community. Although somewhat isolated from the rest of the state, it continues to attract newcomers and is growing into an attractive community for people who love a quiet, water-recreation lifestyle. It is especially popular with Southern Californians as a weekend destination during the summer. Be sure to check out the London Bridge.

Lake Havasu State Park offers many water recreation activities. Located within Lake Havasu City, it is a great place to spend the day. The scenic shoreline is an ideal place to enjoy beautiful beaches, nature trails, boat ramps, and convenient campsites. This spot is truly a watersport haven located near the famous London Bridge of Lake Havasu City.

The park offers 3 boat ramps, 47 campsites, picnic area, and beach area. The Mohave Sunset Trail (1.5 miles) winds its way through the lowland desert and along the shoreline. Lake Havasu State Park Official Website

Bill Williams River - National Wildlife Refuge has majestic rock cliffs and a ribbon of cool water running through classic Sonoran Desert and its cattail-filled marsh that harboring rails and waterfowl. Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge offers a little bit of everything for both wildlife and people.

Bill Williams River NWR holds one of the last stands of natural cottonwood-willow forest along the lower Colorado River, creating a unique ecosystem that provides good habitat for resident and migratory wildlife.

The rare riparian habitat of Bill Williams River NWR draws a variety of neotropical migratory birds—winging their way from Central and South America to their breeding grounds in the north. Bright colors from birds like the yellow warbler, vermillion flycatcher, and summer tanager flash like sparks in the desert sky as they flit across the riverbed. Official Website

The Mohave County portion of Arizona State Highway 95 south of I-40 ends at the Bill Williams River. The southern section of Arizona State Highway 95 continues on to Parker and ending at Quartzite at the junction of US 95. A new alignment is being considered for Arizona State Highway 95 from I-40 to Arizona State Highway 68.

Be sure to check out Arizona State Highway 95 from Bullhead City south.

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