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Crazy Horse Campground is not just Lake Havasu City’s oldest RV Park and campground. It is a desert oasis on the banks of Lake Havasu. It is a refuge for anyone seeking an escape from months of snow and ice. And it is also at the heart of a dynamic and vibrant city surrounded by an adventurers paradise.

We have lake access and beach front sites. Boat and jet ski rentals are nearby. And in addition to tent camper and RV sites, and a fully stocked store, we also offer Park model cabins with a microwave and refrigerator for your convenience.

If spending the winter honing your golf game is a paradise, well we should be a destination for youor winter escape. There are several award winning golf courses in Lake Havasu City including the west course at Lake Havsu Golf Club, Bridgewater links at the London Bridge Queens Bay course, nd he Refuge Golf and Country Club.

It is only forty-five miles to historic Needles, California on iconic Route 66. And that city is home to Rivers Edge Golf Course.

A mere 65 scenic miles away is Bullhead City, and the excitement of Laughlin, Nevada with its row of casinos along river. Challenging course abound including Chaparral Golf & Country Club, Laughlin Ranch Golf Club, Huukan Golf Club, Mohave Resort Golf Club, Willow Springs Golf Course, and El Rio Golf Club.

Kingman is just sixty miles to the east, 95 miles if you prefer to follow historic Route 66 through the picturesque ghost town of Oatmen, and through the stunning Sitgreave Pass in the Black Mountains. Here is found Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course, the oldest course in Mohave County, nestled among towering buttes and mesas.

And 15 miles east of Kingman, just off Route 66, is Valle Vista Country Club and Golf Course. Located at the heart of Kingman’s wine country in the Hualapai Valley, this award winning course offers panoramic views from every hole.

And after a challenging 18 holes, before heading to your temporary home in paradise on the Colorado River, stop at the Desert Diamond Distillery in the Kingman Airport and industrial park. Take a tour of this internationally acclaimed distillery, try a sample of their award winning agave rum or cask aged whiskey, and stock up your bar.

There is so much to do, to see and to experience in Lake Havasu City, and the surorunding area, it is easy to fill every day of a fall, winter and spring getaway. There are car shows and festivals, golf tournaments, casino entertainment, hundreds of miles of dusty roads for back country exploration, and more than 160 miles of iconic Route 66. As a bonus the weather is picture perfect.

So, what are you waiting for? Make plans today, and set your sights on Crazy Horse campground in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Make this a memory making winter and unleash the inner adventurer.

Written by Jim Hinckley of Jim Hinckley’s America