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Lake Havasu City sits on the shore of the reservoir of the same name in western Arizona. The lake was formed when the Colorado River was dammed at what is now called Parker Dam. But Lake Havasu City, a vibrant vacation town has another claim to fame: The original London Bridge over Lake Havasu was dismantled, shipped from over the Thames River in London, and rebuilt stone-for-stone across Lake Havasu.
The London bridge can be seen at about the halfway point of Lake Havasu City's multi-use trail. The trail follows State Route 95 beginning at Palo Verde Road and ending 8.5 miles south and east at McCulloch Boulevard South. It's a paved trail, in parts little more than a dedicated sidepath, which crisscrosses the highway - it switches from the east side of the highway to the west and is even in the median for a spell.
The multi-use trail affords an opportunity for residents and tourists to get around the city without driving.
Park at Lake Havasu City Visitor Center (422 English Village, Lake Havasu City).
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