Famous Lighthouses from Near and Far in Lake Havasu City

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Aeizona Living Realty

When you're looking for an activity for the whole family, you will find that you can visit famous lighthouses from near and far in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.  And, it won't take you long to discover that there are more lighthouses in Lake Havasu than any other city in America.  Visiting all these fully functional light houses will keep you busy for days. 

There are more than 15 lighthouses that sit along the shores of the lake that were built to the specifications of the most famous lighthouses along the East and West Coasts.  The city is even planning for several more.

Some lighthouses in Lake Havasu City you may enjoy visiting:

Lake Havasu City Marina LighthouseLake Havasu Marina Lighthouse - This lighthouse is located at the Lake Havasu Marina entrance.  It was actually the forerunner to the Lighthouse Club formation and the inspiration that set the Lighthouse Club Plan into action.  This lighthouse is also a valuable aid to the lake's navigation.


West Quoddy LightWest Quoddy Light - You will find this lighthouse on the Island at the west end of the Bridgewater Channel.  This is a replica of the West Quoddy light that is located in Lubec, Maine, the furthest lighthouse in the Northeast.


Cape Hatteras LightCape Hatteras Light - Located in Windsor State Park, this lighthouse replicates the Cape Hatteras Light in Buxton, North Carolina, which currently is the tallest brick lighthouse in the U.S. standing at 193' tall.  However, the Lake Havasu City replica stands at 30' tall.


Robert Manning LightRobert Manning Light - This lighthouse is located on the Island at the entrance to Crazyhorse Campground Marina.  It is a replica of the Robert Manning light that is located in Empire, Michigan. 


Buffalo Main LightBuffalo Main Light - You will find this lighthouse at the south entrance of the Bridgewater Chanel.  It is a replica of an architecturally stunning tower at the entrance of the Erie Canal that was built in 1833.  The original stood at over 66' before it was replaced with another breakwater light.


Split Rock LighthouseSplit Rock Lighthouse - Located on the Northwest corner of the Site Six Channel, this lighthouse is a replica of the Split Rock Lighthouse on the North Shore of Lake Superior.  


There are many more lighthouses to visit, but this is just a taste of what you can expect.  You can visit famous lighthouses across the country all in Lake Havasu City.

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Vickie McCartney
Maverick Realty - Owensboro, KY
Broker, Real Estate Agent Owensboro KY

Hi Vicki~  I love lighthouses, but I have never seen one up close and personal!

Jul 06, 2010 11:01 AM #1
Vicki Lind

These are fully functional navigational aids that individuals and businesses have dedicated.  Those on the Arizona side of the river are all East Coast replicas.  The California side of the river sports West Coast replicas.  And, the island has lighthouses that replicate those on the Great Lakes.  I hope you get a chance to come visit some time!

Jul 06, 2010 11:25 AM #2
Cece Blase
Paragon Real Estate Group - San Francisco, CA

How darling! I've always been intrigued by Lake Havasu as a second home/vacation destination. This post just further piqued my curiosity. Thanks!

Aug 03, 2010 04:43 PM #3
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