There’s nothing quite like a pool party, a hedonistic experience that nobody knows how to do better than the U.S. of A. Set beside some of the sexiest, most shimmering dips in the Southwest and flanked by women in barely-there swimwear with cocktails potent enough to make a less-seasoned swimmer sink straight to the bottom. Pool parties are the best places to cool down -- and heat up -- this summer. 
Each and every location covered by us ranks as cool in our book. You will see, each hot spot we cover has its own qualities and events that makes it unique or different from the rest. 
Lake Havasu is one huge water park. From Hotel Resorts to the Lake, there is always a place to get it wet.
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Imagine, warm sunny days spent on a boat, filled with friends new and old. Add to that a nice cold drink, beautiful bikinis, and plenty of tunes to set the party mood. Now imagine twenty or more other boats tied together and doing the same thing in the Bridgewater Channel or in a tiny cove- far, far away from everyone else. Sounds like another typical summer weekend on the waters of Lake Havasu.

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Like to Kayak? Hobie Kayaks are the way to go! A great way to explore Topoc Gorge on the week days.
Spring Break is that one week a year when you can really let loose as a College student and take a break from school, your boyfriend & girlfriend worries, and your so-called studying to enjoy a week on the beach or on a lake
College Spring Break is seen as a rite of passage for students at US universities that began in the 1960’s and has become an icon of fun in the sun together with your friends. Planning ahead is often the key to getting the best deal.
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