The biggest and most visited Lake in Arizona is Lake Havasu; it borders on California and Arizona and attracts more than two million visitors a year. Lake Havasu lies along the western region of the state and with a sprawling four hundred and fifty plus miles of shoreline and forty-five miles of lake is a haven for just about every form of water recreation.
The lake serves as a reservoir for the Colorado River and is a dammed man-made Lake. Lake Havasu City rests on the east side of the lake, the main tourist attraction of Lake Havasu City is the London Bridge, which was purchased in an auction in 1968 then disassembled and shipped from London, later, in 1971, it was reassembled stone by stone over Lake Havasu. It is a functional bridge, used to access Thompson Bay. Behind the Grand Canyon, the London Bridge is the second most visited tourist attraction in Arizona.