About Lake Havasu, Arizona

Lake Havasu is located on Arizona’s West Coast and is home to the world famous London Bridge. Known for its warm days with over 300 days of sunshine and cool nightlife, the Spring Break scene in Lake Havasu is centered on the warm weather, sandy beach areas, and vibrant nightlife.

Spring Break headquarters is located in the Channel Riverwalk and Village area where visitors have access to area shopping, dining, and attractions all within walking distance.

The Channel and Koko Beach serve as the place to be for daytime fun in Lake Havasu. You can rent a Jet Ski or boat from The Channel area and explore hot spots on Lake Havasu and return for an afternoon of non-stop fun in The Channel.

The Kokomo Beach, Surf, & Party Bar is the ultimate Day and Nightclub. Kokomo, the West Coast’s largest outdoor party bar has been Spring Break Party Headquarters for 25 years! The pool deck features a resort style swimming pool often featuring water volleyball or other poolside games throughout the afternoon. Top named entertainment and the most outrageous fun can always be found here, including life-size pong, ring toss, or grab a street taco from the Kokomo Food Truck, located inside the club.

Martini Bay, located inside London Bridge Resort, has some of the best DJs in the area and a night of dancing in this lounge is always a good time. Martini Bay has great outdoor patios and balconies with views of the London Bridge.

Lake Havasu City is ideally located and is an easy drive for students on the West Coast. Check out why The Travel Channel and E! TV have named Lake Havasu as one of the top five Spring Break destinations in the world!

Did You Know?:

  • Lake Havasu is the home of the world famous and re-built London Bridge, that spans the River Thames
  • The London Bridge is known as the world’s largest antique and draws thousands of annual visitors
  • Lake Havasu was formed by the damming of the Colorado River
  • While Boating on the lake, one can see petroglyphs from the ancient Chemehuevi Indians