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We enjoy coming here. There is not a lot of action or things to do, but it is a delight to the eyes to see the deep turquoise water churning from their trip through the turbines. Blue cold water in the desert is always a...More
Not much to see here & they have cement barriers along the sides making it very narrow to drive a pickup thru The drive on tha California side of the Colorado River just South of the dam you can see wild donkeys—they walk right across...More
Parker Dam is the deepest dam in the country. The history is cool. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in learning about dams, our rich history, and being reminded of how our country can be great and build anything we want. It’s really...More
We drove to Parker Dam on our way to California. We were expecting to be able to walk on the dam like at Hoover Dam or to visit the facility. But no, the dam is closed to pedestrians. You can drive on it but you...More
While we were visiting our cousins in Lake Havasu, we took the opportunity the next day to drive to Parker Dam and Parker to enjoy the scenic views of the dam, the houses down at the lake with hope to see the wild burros that...More
We were staying in Lake Havasu and thought it would be fun to drive out to parker one Sartuday. See the market, dam and maybe some wild donkeys from a distance. Its difiently worth the drive to see the dam. Parker Dam is a concrete...More