Lake Havasu City AZ is where summer visitors embrace the heat, post photos of triple-digit temperature readings, and brag about how they visited America’s hottest city in the summer.

Lake Havasu City recorded the hottest temperature of any U.S. city: 128 degrees F. on June 29, 1994. The only other U.S. location with a higher record is at Furnace Creek in Death Valley, which reached 134 degrees F. on July 10, 1913, according to the National Weather Service.

Around these parts, locals have harnessed the sun to bake cookies on car dashboards. In nearby Oatman, they compete to see who has the most effective technique for frying eggs under the blazing sun.

Arizonans embrace the summer sun and in Lake Havasu City, they definitely embrace the beaches and coves to play the summer days away.

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