Upscale Motorcoach Resort Planned for Lake Havasu City

Imagine the beauty of dawn along the water’s edge, a perfectly struck 9 iron arcing over a scenic desert golf hole, and an upscale motorcoach resort offering first-class amenities to rival the country club back home.

The Refuge Golf & Country Club Clubhouse. (Credit: refugecountryclub.com)

That what’s being planned for Lake Havasu City, Arizona, on the grounds of The Refuge Golf & Country Club, according to a Tuesday (January 17) news release.

Nestled on the banks of Lake Havasu the Motorcoach Resort at the Refuge Golf and Country Club sits on 170 acres on the north-end of Lake Havasu City adjacent to the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.

Featuring an 18-hole golf course, The Refuge Luxury Motorcoach Resort, is a $17 million development spearheaded by longtime Lake Havasu City residents Cindy and Jerry Aldridge. With only 107 sites, the resort design maintains the elegant, country club feel Refuge members have always prized.

Already, the Aldridges have completed the 18-hole golf course, negative-edge resort pool, fitness center, pilates/yoga room, state-of-the-art pro shop, a 300-seat event pavilion, spa treatment rooms, and clubhouse restaurant, lounge, and piano bar that hums both day and night.

On the social side, The Refuge offers wine tastings, live music and entertainment, crafts, karaoke, game nights, member events, golf tournaments and clinics, tours of the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, dances, and casino tours.

The Refuge Golf & Country Club (Credit: refugecountryclub.com)

“I founded Coach Net Roadside Assistance in one of the most beautiful resort destinations in the Southwest. Now, Cindy and I are taking our award-winning customer service skills to a new level with a luxury RV destination unrivaled in the resort industry,” said Aldridge in the news release.

The Motorcoach Resort is scheduled for completion in October 2012. Motorcoach owners who enjoy golf and the country club lifestyle are invited to come now to tour the facility, play a round of golf using our Member-for-a-Day package, and preview the Club’s amenities. Onsite, overnight parking is available.

The Refuge Golf and Country Club is situated along the Colorado River and Lake Havasu. The property is located between I-10 and I-40 off Highway 95 in western Arizona, just 30 miles from the California border.

Details

Refuge Golf and Country Club

The Refuge Golf and Country Club is located at 3103 London Bridge Road, adjacent to the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, approximately a half mile north of the Lake Havasu City limits. Situated along the beautiful Colorado River and Lake Havasu, The Refuge Golf & Country Club is located just off of Highway 95 in western Arizona, south of Interstate 40.

Mailing Address: P O Box 2460, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405

Phone: (928) 764-1404

Website: refugecountryclub.com

Lake Havasu City

Motorcoach Resort at the Refuge Golf and Country Club Development on the north-end of Lake Havasu City adjacent to the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge. (Credit: refugecountryclub.com)

Home to the world famous London Bridge, Lake Havasu is a paradise for water lovers and desert lovers alike. The crystal clear water and sunny skies of Lake Havasu offer the perfect environment year around.

With 400 miles of stunning shoreline, more than 300 sunny days a year, and so many things to see and do, Lake Havasu is an all-season resort.

Havasu National Wildlife Refuge

From desert bighorn sheep to the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher, birds and other animals at Havasu National Wildlife Refuge rely on the life-giving waters of the lower Colorado River. The Havasu National Wildlife Refuge protects 30 river miles—300 miles of shoreline—from Needles, California, to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. One of the last remaining natural stretches of the lower Colorado River flows through the 20-mile-long Topock Gorge. A great river in a dry, hot land attracts wildlife and people like a powerful magnet.

Phone: (760) 326-3853

Website: fws.gov

Worth Pondering…
Newcomers to Arizona are often struck by Desert Fever.

Desert Fever is caused by the spectacular natural beauty and serenity of the area.

Early symptoms include a burning desire to make plans for the next trip “south”.

There is no apparent cure for snowbirds.

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