Browse our list of Lake Havasu hiking trails developed by Steve Eskenazi.
An easy walk starting at the London Bridge, following Bridgewater Channel and the lake, through Lake Havasu State Park. Hikers pass the English Village, Windsor Beach and an interpretive cactus garden. There are benches and tables along the way.
The Pilot Rock Trail offers a nice desert mountain walk in open terrain through a variety of scenery ending at the Pilot Rock campsites on Lake Havasu.
A journey along the Pittsburg Mines Trail reveals an abandoned mining area spread out along the foothills of the mountains. The mines have since been filled in or fenced. The hill at the end offers spectacular views of the Lake Havasu City area.
Shoreline Trail provides a paved concrete sidewalk along Bridgewater Channel through Rotary Park with views of the lake, mountains and London Bridge. It is a fast, easy route past a swimming beach and lighthouse to take in the beauty of the area.
Experience a 12-ft high dry waterfall in a scenic canyon heading down to beaches and picnic tables in one of Lake Havasu’s largest washes!
Three Dunes Trail provides a scenic walk through the mountains to a remote portion of Cattail Cove State Park and a trio of sand dunes on Lake Havasu just seven miles south of the city.
This route takes you around the scenic Aubrey Hills to a fenced-in wildlife watering area maintained by Arizona Game & Fish. The final destination is located just below Horse Hoof Point (also known as Shiprock Mountain). Look for Bighorn sheep!