- Created: Monday, 02 July 2012 07:10
- Written by Matt Trulio
For years, the knock on Lake Havasu boating—and boating on most of the Colorado River-fed lakes for that matter—was a simple one: There’s no place to go. From Lake Havasu City, Ariz., you can run down the river to Copper Canyon. You can run up the river to “the sandbar.” But if you’re looking for a lunch destination, one where you can tie up, eat and drink, and then—assuming the person behind the wheel is a designated driver—get back on the water, you’re out of luck.
At least you were until Pirate Cove Resort in Needles, Calif., opened a little more than a year ago.