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A desert oasis on the shores of picturesque Lake Havasu. A home away from home for refugees fleeing the snow and cold of the north country. A base camp for the adventurer. A haven for people simply needing a weekend getaway. This is Crazy Horse Campgrounds in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Located at what was Site Six, a WWII auxilliary airfield and recreation center for airman stationed at the Kingman Army Airfield, this is Lake Havasu’s oldest RV Park and campground. Located on the island just across the historic London Bridge, Crazy Horse Campgrounds is ideally located.

Being located on the island and on the lake shore ensures quiet and privacy. And that also means we are just a short distance from internationally acclaimed golf courses, shopping, and a diverse array of restaurants.

Almost every site in the campground provides visitors with compelling views. That ensures a front row seat for some amazing Arizona sunsets.

The campground offers lake access and beach front sites as well as boat and jet ski rentals. We also have have tent camper and RVer campsites as well as park models. Park models offer an array of amenities including microwave and refrigerator.

Need added incentive to for dreaming about a Lake Havasu City getaway? How about an excting and ful filled weekend on Route 66?

Kingman, Arizona made famous in the song about getting your kicks on Route 66, is just sixty miles to the eeast. And on the first weekend of May, the city’s historic heart is transformed into a living time capsule during the annual Route 66 Fun Run.

Route 66 enthusiasts from throughout the world attend this celebration of America’s most famous highways. As might be expected, cars, trucks, motorcycles, and even busses and military vehicles, and an opportunity to cruise the longest uninterrupted segment of this storied highway, figure prominently. But is also a celebration of Native American culture, foods and craft beer, and music.

On Saturday morning participants gather in Seligman, and the town is transformed to an era when more than one million vehicles traveled Route 66 annually. The diners are jameed, the sidewalks teeming, and the streets are congested.

After the offical send off is announced, participants commence the crusie along Route 66 to Kingman. Along the way are special attractins and events at Grand Canyon Caverns, Peach Springs on the Haulapai Indian Reservation and in Hackberry.

The big event is in downtown Kingman. A nearly mile long car show takes place along Route 66, Andy Devine Avenue. A territorial era saloon offers special outdoor service with live music. The self guided historic district walking tour with audio narration from author and humorist Jim Hinckley of Jim Hinckley’s America, becomes a popular portal to sites and attractions.

The Route 66 Fun is just one of many exciting and fun events that take place in Lake Havasu City, and along the Route 66 corridor in northwest Arizona during the months of springs. From the Laughlin-Bullhead Air Show on April 6th, 2024 to music festivals, live music at area wineries, and art shows, there is something for everyone.

So, if you need a getaway to refresh, set your sights on Crazy Horse Campgrounds and Lake Havasu City. Make your reservations today!