Bill Williams River

Description:

Six state and federal agencies have worked together since 1992 to manage the Bill Williams River's outstanding riparian, wildlife, recreational, and fisheries resources. Recreationists will find opportunities for many activities in a unique setting. The Swansea Ghost Town site is also nearby.

Directions:

There are only two public access vehicle crossings of the river, on Lake Havasu at the Highway 95 bridge and the El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline Crossing. The lower portion of the river, in the Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge is accessible from the road south of the Bill Williams bridge on Highway 95. From Interstate 40, take State Highway 95 south approximately 37 miles to where the Bill Williams River flows into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu. The marshy delta created at the confluence can be viewed from several Highway 95 turnouts.

Phone:

(928)505-1200

Email:

LHFOWEB_AZ@blm.gov

Address:

2610 Sweetwater Avenue Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406

Activities:

Auto Touring Boating Historic & Cultural Site Hiking

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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