Lake Havasu City, Home of the London Bridge. Friendly vacationing at its best. Cool blue water, lush green golf courses, Close to Mexico, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Grand Canyon. Visit us, play hard or just relax.
Judy Muselman Properties, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, home of the London Bridge can provide you with a wonderful boating, fishing, golf vacation. While making the desert your winter/summer home you can enjoy 45 miles of shoreline within the city limits and we offer public beaches, camping and swimming areas. An indoor Aquatic Center features a wave pool, water slide, therapeutic spa and beach entry pool along with water aerobic class.
Day trips from Lake Havasu City to Grand Canyon, Mexico, Laughlin/Las Vegas for gambling. Hoover Dam or Phoenix/Scottsdale area for good old-fashioned Baseball Games.
Rotary Park has a 1.7 walking/jogging path, beach volleyball, plenty of picnic areas complete w/grills, playgrounds and skate park and even bocce ball.
The Main Street is always open with restaurants, Classic Car Days, Winter visitor days and Grace Arts PLayhouse featuring entertainment and talent to please all ages. Special events include Michigan, Illinois , Wisconsin, Minnesota, So/No Dakota, Colarado, etc days to meet and greet friends and neighbors from your area.
New shopping mall north of the City entices ladies for a day of movies, shopping, and lunch while Dad plays golf or goes fishing.
Lake Havasu grows on you and our rental properties will provide you with a home-like atmosphere. You will look forward to returning for another visit.
We want your business and hope that you will join us for your winter/summer home away from home. Join us for a Winter/Summer of a lifetime. We look forward to meeting you.
Should you want to become a "Lake Havasuvian", we can help you find home ownership, a pleasant experience.
Commonly known as "The World's Largest Antique" the London Bridge was purchased by Robert McCulloch, the founder of Lake Havasu City, in 1968 from the city of London and moved 10,000 miles to Arizona. The bridge was built on land over sandmounds and took 3 years to rebuild. A one-mile channel was dredged under the bridge and water was diverted from the lake through the Bridgewater Channel. If you look closely, you'll see the numbered blocks used to put the giant puzzle back together again.