Tony Beck wakeboarding, just one of the many watersports Lake Havasu has to offer
Paddlesports include Kayaking, canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding; and are all great ways to experience Arizona's wildlife, explore hidden coves and beaches, and get some great exercise. There are even kayaks that have been especially equipped for fishing, complete with foot pedals, rod holders and fishfinders.
While Lake Havasu is known for it's boating and topside water activities, the underwater world of Lake Havasu is just as amazing and fun. The lake offers more than 30 specific dive sites with shipwrecks, underwater geology, fish habitats, and more. From sunken boats, vehicles, and planes to a deserted underwater town from the 1800's, exploring Lake Havasu underwater can be just as magical.
Wakeboarding & Waterskiing
With some amazing coves and over 30 square miles of water, Lake Havasu offers the best conditions around for wakeboarding and waterskiing.