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Lake Havasu boat ramps open as Arizona pushes outdoor recreation | Coronavirus

All of the boat ramps in Lake Havasu City remain open as part of the essential function to provide outdoor recreation to residents per the governor’s stay-at-home order issued Monday.

Across the Colorado River, however, the Chemehuevi chairman Charles Wood said the tribe has basically shut down the boat ramps with “very limited traffic” remaining.

“There are some local residents that have boats, they are very understanding that we are trying to keep people even off the lake, and from traveling around,” he said.

Wood said the tribe started taking actions to limit movement about two weeks ago, and their efforts have slowly evolved over time as different declarations were announced.

Wood said the hotel and casino are completely vacant and they are not allowing any new campers into the area. Those who were already camping when the coronavirus situation arose have been allowed to stay, however.

As a federally recognized tribe the Chemehuevi have the authority to chart their own course, but Wood said they are relying heavily on advice from various government officials and entities.

“We are listening to the president, we are listening to the governor, and we are listening to Indian Health Services,” Woods said. “I would say 99 percent we are probably following what (California) Gov. (Gavin) Newson has put out — 99 or maybe even 100 percent.”

The Big River boat ramps in La Paz County are also closed.

Meanwhile the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station said all of the public boat ramps in Needles, California, are open.

Outdoor recreation encouraged

On Tuesday many local residents took advantage of the outdoor recreation essential function by heading out to the lake for some fresh air.

Lake Havasu City resident Russ Kavanaugh is an avid bass fisherman and regular on the lake but on Tuesday he had a little company in his boat.

“I’m out because I can’t take the house anymore — I had to get out,” said Russ’ wife Jean Kavanaugh. “This is so confining, but this is the only place you can go where you can social distance, so it is very nice to be out on the lake.”

Lots of locals seem to have had the same idea.

The parking lot at the Lake Havasu State Park boat ramps was mostly full late Tuesday morning. Russ noted that the parking lot looked more like it was a holiday weekend than a weekday in Havasu. Even with the extra crowds, however, Jean said people seem to be keeping to themselves and practicing proper social distancing while putting their boats in and out of the water and that there is plenty of room for everyone out on the lake.

Jean said they have had to tweak how they go about daily life without meetings or church to go to. She said they generally try to go out to eat a couple times a week, but have had to cut back as restaurants have been ordered to close their dine-in operations. Jean

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The Hotel San Carlos is the only Phoenix historic boutique hotel and has been in continuous operation since 1928. Each of our 128 guest hotel rooms has been individually decorated, and the history of Phoenix Arizona awaits you at every turn. We invite you to stay with us and experience the courtesies of a gentler era. Check out our Hotel Specials & Packages!

Hotel San Carlos is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Phoenix’s financial, government, and entertainment district, just steps away from many fabulous local Phoenix Attractions.

Front desk agents will be Happy to provide you with information about various parking options nearby the Hotel San Carlos. Valet services available to guests for $20.00 a night, resrictions may apply on services. City parking meters are available seven days a week fees do apply except from 10:00pm until 8:00am are free of charge.

All government reservations must be made for guests who have a valid government ID. The Guest will need to show the proper picture ID upon the arrival. Failure to provide the government issued ID upon check-in the reservation will be rejected and the standard rates will be offered based on availabilities. Government employees will not be able to book the rooms under Gov. Per Diem rate for their family members or friends.

We offer unbeatable affordability in the heart of downtown Phoenix. With walking distance to the expanded Phoenix Convention Center, one of the top 20 convention venues in the United States, offering more than 900,000 square feet of meeting and event space and more than two million in total square footage. We also offer the lowest hotel rates for accommodations all within walking distance to the convention center. There is always a noteworthy convention, tradeshow, concert, or other event happening in Phoenix, Arizona. See upcoming Phoenix Conventions & Events hosted in Arizona.

We look forward to having you stay with us and experience a touch of Phoenix history during your stay at Hotel San Carlos. Contact Hotel San Carlos if you have any questions.

Recreation Centers – Sun City, Arizona

Each Sun City AZ recreation center offers RCSC Cardholders and their guests a wide variety of options to meet their recreational and social needs, affording them the opportunity to enhance their active lifestyle and well-being. With swimming pools, fitness centers and social halls, you won’t find another active adult community in the country that offers so many choices.

The choice is yours!

Whether you want to play a round of miniature golf or roll lawn bowls, it’s all up to you! There’s pickleball and tennis, racquetball and softball; shuffleboard, billiards and darts, too – so there really is no limit to the fun that awaits you here in Sun City AZ.

RCSC Cardholders have seven Sun City recreation centers in which to play. No other 55+ community in the country can boast as many centers as the original Sun City AZ. Every recreation center offers a myriad of activities and amenities such as swimming pools & spas, fitness centers, social halls and special-interest clubs.

Sun City AZ Recreation – it’s a great way to play!

Each of our seven recreation centers provides unique fitness and social opportunities. You’re encouraged to explore each center to find the one that suits you best. And you’re also welcome to visit them all. Click on a center below to view more information for that location.

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