Northwest Arizona Travel Guide
Plan Your Northwest Arizona Vacation
Bisected by a dramatic stretch of the Colorado River, home to the longest unbroken section of old Route 66, and anchored at opposite ends by the plucky gaming town of Laughlin and the water-sports recreation hub of Lake Havasu City, northwestern Arizona and southeastern Nevada comprise a unique blend of deserts, mountains, and miles of shoreline. This sparsely populated region about midway between Las Vegas and Phoenix appeals strongly to road-trippers, who appreciate the wide-open roads and scenic byways through frozen-in-time hamlets, and boaters and kayakers enthralled with the basaltic canyons and dammed lakes in the Colorado River’s path.
Mid-price chain accommodations abound in Kingman and Lake Havasu, and to a lesser extent Bullhead City—though the casino... read more
Dining in this remote corner of the state is quite casual, though also affordable. You're more likely to find a... read more
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