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Lake Havasu City boasts a wide variety of recreation activities, from hiking nearby desert trails to water sports on the city's namesake lake and the Colorado River; the Lake Havasu City Island Trail provides a great option for cyclists and joggers looking to get in on the action. Located on a scenic island that stretches into the lake, the paved asphalt trail forms an over-three mile loop that takes you around the entirety of the island's interior, providing access to a number of sports fields and parks within.
The trail is largely flat and smoothly paved, with plenty of views of the lake and the surrounding desert mountains lending beauty to the scenery. Cyclists must travel the trail clockwise, while pedestrians travel counter-clockwise, to help ensure a safe flow of traffic. After traveling the loop, sidewalks along McCulloch Boulevard can take you across the city's London Bridge and connect with the lengthy Lake Havasu City Multi-Use Trail, which travels along the highway across the bulk of the city's western half.
Parking is available at a trailhead located at the intersection of McCulloch Boulevard and Beachcomber Boulevard. Additional parking may be available at the city parks and marinas located along the route of the trail.
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