Delectable Dishes

Delectable Dishes

The Lake Havasu Hospitality Association and Sysco Foods are partnering with Lake Havasu restaurants to offer a culinary treat to area visitors. The first Havasu Restaurant Week will be Sept. 18-27, offering More»

Pedal Into Sunset

Pedal Into Sunset

Fresh air, exercise and awesome desert views are all guaranteed from a trip along the tracks with Rail Explorers. Just 80 miles north of Laughlin in Boulder City, Nevada, Rail Explorers is More»

Walk This Way

Walk This Way

A fawn frolicking through the forest is a precious sight, but not one too many people get to experience up close. Typically deer would run for cover before a person was in More»

Western Nostalgia

Western Nostalgia

Home to the last stretch of Route 66 to be bypassed, Williams, Arizona, still harbors a rich appreciation for the history of the time. Interstate 40 bypassed the historic route in town More»

Delectable Dishes

The Lake Havasu Hospitality Association and Sysco Foods are partnering with Lake Havasu restaurants to offer a culinary treat to area visitors. The first Havasu Restaurant Week will be Sept. 18-27, offering special prix fixe menus from more than a dozen local restaurants.

Pedal Into Sunset

Fresh air, exercise and awesome desert views are all guaranteed from a trip along the tracks with Rail Explorers.
Just 80 miles north of Laughlin in Boulder City, Nevada, Rail Explorers is now open year-round to bring locals and tourists a new viewpoint of the Southwest — from a pedal cart along the train tracks.

Walk This Way

A fawn frolicking through the forest is a precious sight, but not one too many people get to experience up close. Typically deer would run for cover before a person was in close range, but there is one place where people can interact with these gentle creatures — the Grand Canyon Deer Farm in Williams, Arizona.

Western Nostalgia

Home to the last stretch of Route 66 to be bypassed, Williams, Arizona, still harbors a rich appreciation for the history of the time. Interstate 40 bypassed the historic route in town in 1984, but Williams has not forgotten its heyday. The street is the life of the bustling downtown district, lined with shops and diners.