Bullhead City Boat Launch – Located a half mile North of the lodge at the Bullhead City Park. Launch fees are as follows; $5 for Residents, $10 for Non-residents, $50 for Commercial. Boat, jet ski and raft rentals are available nearby. Boat Tours are available nearby. Explore the Colordo River on a River Excursions Tour, Jet Boat tour, or even a kayak tour.

Davis Dam and Power Plant – 1.5 miles North. The purpose of Davis Dam is to regulate the release of water from the Hoover Dam. Water from here travels all the way to Mexico.

Lake Mohave and Katherine’s Landing – 3 miles North. Lake Mohave is 67 miles in length but n more than 4 miles across at any given point. Lake Mohave known for it’s fishing, water recreation and beaches only accessible by boat. The closest point of entry from Bullhead City is Katherine’s Landing.

Laughlin Arizona – 3.5 miles North of the hotel, just over the bridge from Bullhead City. Enjoy the daily gambling, entertainment and more from the Laughlin Casinos.

Laughlin/Bullhead Regional Airport – 4.5 Miles North of the hotel. Driving Directions from the hotel: Go North on Highway 95, turn right on Bullhead Pkwy, turn right on Laughlin View Drive.

Grapevine Canyon – Located about 8.5 NW. Take a short hike on the marked trail and you will see ancient Indian petroglyphs and a running stream.

Oatman, AZ – 15 miles SE. Oatman, AZ was once a flourishing town during the gold rush in the early 1900’s. When the mines were finally shut down in 1924 the town began to diminish. In the 1960’s it was part of the old Route 66 and now caters to visitors as an old authentic western town. Where burro’s run free, gunfights are staged on the weekends and visitor’s can take tours of the old Gold Mines.

Kingman – 29 miles East. Called the “Heart of Historic Route 66”, Kingman, AZ has the longest original stretch of Route 66. While there visit the Historic Route 66 Museum.

Topak Marsh/Gorge – 34 miles South. Take a day and explore the fascinating Topock Marsh and Gorge. It is a strenuous paddle through Topock Gorge. The best dates to visit are October through May.

Lake Havasu / London Bridge – 63 miles SE. The same bridge that spanned the river Thames in England for nearly 145 years, was moved, piece by piece, and reassembled at Lake Havasu City, AZ . Lake Havasu stretches behind Parker Dam and is the site for some annual festivals such as the London Bridge Days and the I.J.S.B.A. World Jet Ski Finals.

Las Vegas/Las Vegas Airport – 99 miles North of Bullhead City. Driving Directions: Go North on Highway 95, turn left on Bullhead Pkwy which becomes NV 163 W. Merge onto US 95 North take a Decatur Blvd exit and go right onto N Decatur Blvd. Go right on W Lake Mead Blvd. Turn left on N Rancho Dr and then right on Airport Dr