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Street Map of Lake Havasu City Plus Colorado River Recreation Including Desert Hills, Parker, Moovalya Lake, and the Parker Strip Area Gloss Laminated
North Star produces city, state, and recreation maps for the central & southwest United States. North Star Mapping Street Map of Lake Havasu City Plus Colorado River Recreation Including Desert Hills, Parker, Moovalya Lake, and the Parker Strip Area Gloss Laminated has three maps on the obverse and two maps on the reverse sides of the map. The largest map on the obverse is Map B, a full street detail map of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, USA with a complete street index, points of interest index, and public schools index. Map C is a full street detail map of Parker, Arizona, USA with a complete street index and points of interest index. Map A on the obverse side is a map of the Parker Strip with boat launches, marinas, RV resorts, campgrounds, and golf courses clearly labled.
The reverse side of the map features a Lake Mead map, a Lower Colorado River map, and a Points of Interest sidebar. Illustrations of a steam boat and the Hualapai Mansion complete the reverse.
The gloss lamination makes this map waterproof, tearproof, and ready for wet erase or alcohol erase markers, sticker dots or arrows, and/or graphic tape.
Gloss laminated paper, self-cover, two-sided folded map.
* Lake Havasu City = 1:31,680
* Lake Mead = 1:63,360
* Lower Colorado River = 1:63,360
* Folded = 4" x 9"
Unfolded = 27" x 18"
- The Legend for the obverse side of the map shows highways and roads (including interstate highways, US highways, and state highways), lakes & reservoirs, city boundaries, major institutions & shopping centers, parks, golf courses, campgrounds, high schools, junior high schools, elementary schools, points of interest, fire stations, hospitals, libraries, post offices, federal buildings, state buildings, county buildings, municipal buildings, and township section numbers.
- The Legend for the reverse includes highways (including interstates, US highways, and state highways), cities, towns, ghost towns, old forts, mines, monuments, state parks, points of interest, campgrounds, picnic grounds, ski areas, airports, and marinas.