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Enjoy the attractions of the Lake Havasu and Quartzsite area!

Lake Havasu - Nestled among northwest Arizona's craggy desert peaks near the Colorado River lies the crystal-blue perfection of Lake Havasu. With 450 miles of shoreline and plenty of boat launch access, this area is a haven for water sports, hiking, swimming, and more. Known as the Personal Watercraft Capital of the World, Lake Havasu is an ideal place for boating, jet skiing, water-skiing, paddle boating, canoeing, or cruising. And be sure not to miss the authentic London Bridge that skirts the Colorado at Lake Havasu City! The bridge was moved here from London in 1962 and re-assembled in this charming Arizona city. local1
Lake Havasu, Arizona
Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge - This is one of the few places in Arizona where visitors can see the kinds of river-side cottonwood forests that used to cover the deserts of the west. Dams and other water projects have caused most of these areas to disappear, but along the Bill Williams River you can see the native willows and cottonwoods and watch for the critters that live beneath them: flycatchers, Yuma clapper rails, deer, cottontails, coyotes, and the rare bobcat. Hunting is permitted in designated areas of the park, and a bird list is available on the website. This is a great spot for hiking, bird watching, photography, and enjoying the stillness of nature. local2
Bill Williams River NW Refuge
Alamo Lake - Known as one of the best bass fishing lakes in the western U.S., Alamo Lake is the place to fish for large-mouth bass, catfish, bluegill, and crappie. Located at the edge of the Rawhide and Buckskin Mountains in the Bill Williams River Valley, beautiful Alamo Lake lies where the Big Sandy and Santa Maria Rivers join. The surrounding area is a great place for hiking, bird watching, 4-wheeling, and watching the sunset. On the lake you can go water skiing, boating, swimming, and more. A herd of wild burros also make the lake their home -- watch for them when you visit! local3
Alamo Lake, Arizona
Swansea Ghost Town - Like many mining towns in the Southwest, Swansea experienced a massive boom, followed by an even more massive bust. In 1909, when the post office was established, the town was going strong as the headquarters for the Clara Consolidated Gold and Copper Mining company. Railroad access helped the town's population grow to 750 with an electric light company, an auto dealer, and a lumber company, barber, and an insurance agent. But when Clara Consolidated went bankrupt in 1912, the town went into a slow decline that lasted until its final gasp in 1924. local4
Sweansea Ghost Town
 
3 Dreamers RV Park
54000 East Highway 60
Desert Wells (Brenda), AZ 85348
Phone: (928)859-4145
Fax: (928)859-3416
E-Mail: info@dreamersrvpark.com

Manager: Dennis Michel
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