We turned south, onto Hwy 95 (AZ). There is a Hwy 95 in CA, also, to go down the lake on the California side but we wanted to be in AZ. Lake Havasu is a really long, deep, lake. It is downstream of Lake Meade. There is a Lake Havasu State Park, just south of Lake Havasu City. That wasn’t our first choice because it doesn’t have electric hookups. But we’ll use it as a fall-back if the others are full. We don’t know quite what to expect the week before Thanksgiving.
We went a little further south on Hwy 95 and around the south end of the lake but the Hwy doesn’t cross the Parker Dam. River Island State Park is another pretty campground with hookups and hot showers. This one is not crowded at all and we found a spot overlooking the river for $23/night.
Don is looking forward to NOT driving for a couple days. I can see why the snowbirds flock here! Although, I am very confused about what time zone we are in. All the maps I look at say we are in the Mountain Time Zone. But our phones must be picking up the signal from the other side of the river, which is California. Maybe we don’t care exactly what time it is. 🙂