Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Havasu City

#7 of 7 in Parks in Lake Havasu City
National Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge protects the lower course of the Bill Williams River, to its mouth at Lake Havasu reservoir, in western Arizona. It is located within eastern La Paz and Mohave Counties, in the Lower Colorado River Valley region.

The federal wildlife refuge is managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Recreation activities include nature walks, bird watching, hiking, and kayaking on the Bill Williams River.
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  • Look at the pictures I took!!! I came here for the perfect moment and left. On my way to Phoenix my tire blew, and I got stuck for a while. Glad I stopped here and saw this first... Wait...  more »
  • It’s about a 30 min drive outside of Havasu. It was free to park and explore the refuge. Nice place to see some birds and walk along the lake.  more »
  • Just like a miniature grand Grand Canyon! Cool, crisp water is very rehreshing. Saw donkeys, vultures and mountain goat! A must if you have never been! Highly recommended, beautiful red rocks are breath taking!
  • I like swimming here. The lookout is worth stopping at. I also recommend going over the dam

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