Lake Havasu City has consistently been named one of the best places to retire in Arizona. Could be why almost 17,400 of its nearly 56,000 residents are aged 65 or older. The city’s low cost of living, 300 days of sunshine, 400 miles of amazing coastline and freedom from mosquitos enhance those Golden Years. Active seniors won’t want to stay indoors with so many outdoor activities available at Lake Havasu State Park. The City is also renowned for being the new home of London Bridge and its unique mix of rugged mountains and tranquil waters.
Assisted living provides a residential option for seniors wanting to remain as independent as possible but require some supportive care. The average cost of assisted living in Lake Havasu City is $3,650 per month, less than the state average and much lower than the national average.
This guide provides an overview of assisted living in Lake Havasu City, with cost comparisons of assisted living in other Arizona cities and to senior care alternatives. It covers the benefits and drawbacks of retiring to Lake Havasu City and free resources providing programs to support seniors in the community.