Holiday travel: Experience the joy of the season

A train, conducted by Lake Havasu City resident Jesse Clark, 37, finds its way to the English Village Monday. Clark, who owns bounce house company Pop-Up Bounce, brought his train to the English Village Friday, offering rides to children as well as adults. “I wanted to bring the area alive for the holidays,” Clark said. “I wanted to give people more fun stuff to do, and this is fun for kids and adults.” Clark’s train station lies adjacent the Lake Havasu City Visitor Center, where it is owned and operated by Clark and his family. The price of admission is $3 per train ride. The location offers the use of a bounce house for children, at $2 per child.

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