Reel It In

Reel It In

Area anglers, get ready to cast a line in the Colorado River for cash prizes and trophies for the biggest striped bass on the hook. River King Tackle Shop is hosting the More»

Shine On

Shine On

Get your shine on down in Havasu with a visit to Copper Still Distillery. Andy and Carri Andersen opened the distillery in September 2018 where they handcraft several different flavored spirits. More»

Best of the West

Best of the West

Play a round at the public golf course ranked No. 4 in Arizona and No. 28 in the country when you visit Laughlin Ranch Golf Club. More»

Feats of Strength

Feats of Strength

The 23rd annual Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) North American Strength Sports Championships will be held Friday-Sunday, April 9-11 at Harrah’s Laughlin. More»

Nature Walk

Gorgeous springtime weather in the Tri-state beckons for outdoor recreation. If you’re looking to get a little fresh air and exercise, there are several scenic walking trails in the area.

Easter Dining

Celebrate Easter with an elegant dinner prepared specially by the chefs at the Laughlin casino resorts.

Seek the Peak

The sensation to explore is insatiable when surrounded by the giant sandstone monoliths of Zion National Park. These red rock cliffs tower over visitors at the canyon floor, humbling a person with their enormity. They challenge the curious to hike to breathtaking peaks for a chance to feel on top of the world and reward the courageous with unbelievable views. Thrillseekers from across the globe flock to Zion for this opportunity.

Rock Bottom

Despite its ominous name, Death Valley draws quite the crowds year-round, even during the searing summer temperature’s that are infamous at the landmark.
Death Valley, California, is the hottest, driest and lowest point in North America, with the standing hottest recorded temperature on earth at 134 degrees Fahrenheit on July 10, 1913.