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United States-Mexico Border
Southern terminus of US Highway 95, border with Mexico. City of San Luis, Arizona near the US-Mexico border. The population has increased due to migration from Mexico to California. Fort Thomas Mission, California sand dunes, the old Territorial Prison, Fort Yuma, and the Laguna Imperial and Morelos dams are nearby attractions. You can swim, fish, and water ski along the Colorado River. San Luis, Sonora, Mexico, with its numerous shops and other tourist attractions, is just across the border.
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Friendship Park, AZ
Friendship Park, San Luis, Arizona.
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San Luis, AZ
Community of San Luis, Yuma County, Arizona, on the border of the United States & Mexico; industrial, agricultural and commercial area. Nearby local tourist attractions are the old Territorial Prison, Fort Yuma, Fort Thomas Mission; Laguna, Imperial and Morelos dams; California sand dunes.
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Gadsen, AZ
Community of Gadsen, Yuma County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 98 ft. Gadsen State Park is nearby.
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Somerton, AZ
Community of Somerton, Yuma County, Arizona. Alt: 105 ft. Nearby parks include Council Avenue Park, Main Street Park, and Joe Munoz Park.
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Airport
Yuma International Airport, use is shared by the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, a U.S. Marine Corps Air Station. Also in the area is Desert Hills Golf Course, West Desert Hills Dr., Yuma, Arizona, 18 regulation holes, par 72, 7.1 course rating & 117 slope rating, municipal golf course.
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Desert Sun Stadium/Yuma Civic Center
Desert Sun Stadium, on S Avenue A, Yuma, Arizona, home field of the Yuma Scorpions minor league baseball team, hosts the Arizona Winter League, main field of the Ray Kroc Baseball Complex, 10,500 seating capacity. The Yuma Civic Center is on W Desert Hills Dr., venue for festivals, concerts, conventions,trade shows, exhibits, sports events, etc.
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Arroyo Dunes Golf Course, AZ
Arroyo Dunes Golf Course, W 32nd Street, Yuma, Arizona, 18 holes, par 3 course, municipal golf course.
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Smucker Park, Yuma, AZ
Smucker Park, Yuma, Arizona, take a right on S Avenue A from W 24th St.
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Yuma, AZ
City of Yuma, county seat of Yuma County, Arizona, popular winter residence. Nearby attractions are the historic Yuma Territorial Prison, Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, Kofa Mountains and wildlife sanctuary, Martinez and Mittry Lakes, and the Algodones Dunes. Also in Yuma are Marine Corps Air Station Yuma,which holds a yearly air show, and Yuma Proving Ground, an Army testing facility for new military equipment. Running along the north and west side of Yuma is the Colorado River.
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Junction: US Interstate Highway 8
Junction of US Highway 95 & US Interstate Highway 8, crosses the California border to the northwest.
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S Avenue 3 E
S Avenue 3 E bisects US Interstate Highway 8 to the south.
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Arizona Western College, AZ
Arizona Western College, Yuma, Arizona, public community college.
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Mittry Lake Wildlife Area, AZ
Mittry Lake, north of Yuma, Arizona, open to the public for hunting, fishing, swimming, boating, camping (no facilities); Laguna Diversion Dam on the Colorado River, Imperial County Route S24, between Yuma, Arizona and Winterhaven, California; Imperial Diversion Dam across the Arizona/California border, 18 miles NE of Yuma, Arizona.
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Laguna Army Airfiled, AZ
Laguna Army Airfield, military airport, Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma, Arizona.
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Yuma Proving Ground, AZ
Yuma Proving Ground, U.S. Army base, 30 miles NE of Yuma, Arizona, testing facility for new military weapons and equipment.
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Castle Dome Mountains, AZ
Castle Dome Mountain range, Yuma County, Arizona. Highest point of the mountain range is Castle Dome Peak, 3,776 feet high. Once named Cabeza de Gigante (Giant's Head) by the early Spanish explorers.
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Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, AZ
Northeast of Yuma and southeast of Quartsite, Arizona is the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1939, 665,400 acres, excellent site to see desert plants and wildlife. Regulated hunting, rock climbing, camping, hiking. Be cautious of unexploded ordnance as Gen. George S. Patton conducted WW II desert military training in Kofa.
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Junction: US Interstate HIghway 10
Junction of Arizona Highway US 95 & US Interstate Highway 10. US 95 turns west at this point and merges with US Interstate 10. Community of Quartzsite, La Paz County, Arizona. Popular RV camping destination during the winter.
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Exit 17

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Exit 11

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Exit 5

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La Paz, AZ
Take Tom Wells Rd, right on Patch Mine Rd. to La Paz, a ghost town in La Paz County, Arizona. First settled in 1862 as a gold mining town. Previously called Pot Holes. Alt: 584 ft.
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Exit 1

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Ehrenberg, AZ
Community of Ehrenberg, La Paz County, Arizona, near the California border. Alt: 305 ft.
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California/Arizona State Line
Arizona Highway US 95 enters California at this point. LD10