River Resort

River Resort

The Colorado River is the lifeblood of the Tri-state region, offering a recreational paradise to those of us lucky enough to call this area home, as well as the visitors who choose More»

Knocking Pins

Knocking Pins

Offering 34 lanes, bumper bowling and glow-in-the-dark bowling, Riverside Lanes has the latest and greatest technology and a huge alley to accommodate several groups of bowlers at once, while allowing for social More»

Downtown Delight

Downtown Delight

McCulloch Boulevard is bustling with business because of the great selection of eateries and specialty shops. It is the perfect spot in Lake Havasu City to grab your gal pals and spend More»

Antique Beauties

Antique Beauties

What is it about classic automobiles that continue to spark interest? These sleek, innovative, well-engineered, comfortable cars meant freedom, exploration, and a new chapter in people’s lives who worked hard to afford More»

Recount History

Learn about the culture and history of our area at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts in historic downtown Kingman, Arizona. This ample collection of genuine artifacts tells the story of Kingman from ancient times to the present, from the Native Americans who first inhabited the land, to the early pioneers, mining expeditions and ranching.

Grand Getaways

If you are itching to go on an excursion, don’t worry about the planning, Laughlin Tours offers several all-inclusive daytrips to breathtaking locations.
Winner of the Community Achievement Tourism Award, Laughlin Tours takes the hassle out of booking tours, with perfectly prepared trips to view the area sights during your stay in Laughlin. They offer roundtrip transportation from the Laughlin resorts, so you can sit back and relax the whole time.

Set up Camp

The Hualapai Mountains, about 48 miles east of Laughlin, are home to the highest peak in Mohave County at 8,417 feet. With more than 10 miles of hiking trails, cabins, RV and tent camping, the Hualapai Mountain Park is quite popular amongst nature enthusiasts.
Due to its high elevation, cool temperatures make it a great spot to stop for a picnic or nature walk throughout the summer. Besides foot trails, there are also bike, equestrian and ATV trails around the park.

Cub Love

If you are looking for a fun yet safe trip to take with the kids this summer, escape the desert heat and head for the forest to visit Bearizona Wildlife Park in Williams, Arizona. The park just celebrated its 10th anniversary in May.