Arizona summers are notoriously hot. 2020 recorded the state’s hottest ever summer, with temperatures averaging 96 degrees. However, Lake Havasu topped that in 1994 with an intense 128 degrees, ranking as the hottest day in the state of Arizona ever recorded. The period between May and September is typically accompanied by heat-related illnesses, with about 3,000 people visiting emergency rooms each year. If you’re planning an exciting getaway to the Grand Canyon state, here are a couple of ways you can stay safe in the Arizona heat.
Every year around this time, we are reminded of the variety of spring break festivities that Lake Havasu has to offer, and for those families that are looking to travel during this time of year, we have you covered! Being one of Lake Havasu’s oldest resorts owned and operated by a local Lake Havasu family since 1967, we understand the importance of family time well spent and the value that a Lake Havasu Spring Break trip can bring for years to come. Why not plan your trip at a spring break family resort!
Wondering what to pack for your weekend getaway on South Lake Havasu? Other than your bathing suit, flip flops, and a big happy smile, we came up with a short list of things that we think you will find more than helpful during your staycation here with us at Havasu Springs Resort. Read more on 5 Things to Pack For Your Havasu Springs Staycation