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Arizona State #95 Highway Guide

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0.0
Bullhead City, Arizona
Junction of highway #68 & 163. West to Laughlin. East to cities of Kingman, Flagstaff. East to The Grand Canyon National Park.
0.9
1.4
Airport Center Drive
East side highway.
1.6
2.5
7th Street
Access to services, lodging, fuel.
2.4
3.8
Access to historical marker
West side of highway.
2.6
4.2

Photos of the Colorado River looking West at Laughlin Nevada, taken from Bullhead City, Arizona Information Centre.
4.2
6.8
Access to historical marker
South side of highway.
6.3
10.2
Services at highway
West side - fuel, diesel, Marina Blud, Gary Keith Civic Park.
7.0
11.3
Mohave Drive
Rainbow Drive.
8.6
13.8
Access to R.V. Park
East side highway.
9.4
15.2
Bullhead Parkway
East side highway. Services, fuel.
15.7
25.2
Boundary Cone Road
Point of interest - entering the Mohave Valley. North Boundary. Junction of Historical Highway #66. East of highway. Route 66 is considered the 'Mother Road' of American highways, route 66, between Chicago and Los Angeles, was named in 1926.
19.0
30.6
Services at highway
West side, fuel.
19.7
31.7
Access to R.V. Park
West side highway.
23.6
37.9
Community of Mohave Valley, Arizona
Services, fuel. East side of highway. Mohave Valley, Arizona, is located across the Colorado River from Needles, California. Fort Mojave, Arizona , is immediately north of Mohave Valley and is adjacent to the point where Arizona, Nevada, and California meet. Aztec Road crosses the Colorado River on the Veteran's Memorial Bridge, connecting Fort Mojave and Laughlin, Nevada.
24.3
39.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Colorado River. The Colorado River is the primary river of the American Southwest. The Colorado river drains from the states of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and California.
28.1
45.2
Access to Sheriff's Office
West side of highway.
31.5
50.7
Pintail Slough North Dike
West side of highway.
32.7
52.6
View from highway
Looking North at Pintail Slough Arizona.
34.9
56.1
Access to 5 Mile Landing
West side of highway, access to campground.
35.2
56.7
Roadside highway turnout
Paved small turnout West side of highway. No services.
36.8
59.2
Community of Golden Shores, Arizona
Services at highway - fuel. The Mohave National Preserve is located to the west of Golden Shores. You can hike through and around the 'Hole in the Wall' area, traverst the old Mojave Road. Geologic features include Cima Dome, the Cinder Cones, and the Kelso Dunes.
37.4
60.2
View from highway

39.3
63.2
View from highway

39.3
63.2
View from highway

40.2
64.7
View from highway

40.5
65.2
View from highway

41.8
67.2
Exit #1. Community of Topock
Junction of Interstate Hwy 40. Note Highway #95 overlaps I.40 at this point. Access to Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.
44.2
71.2
Exit #2
Needle Mountain Road.
45.0
72.4
Truck Weigh Station
Both sides of highway.
47.5
76.4

View from highway.
48.6
78.2
Exit #9
Note: Highway #95 overlap of Interstate 40 South ends at this point.
50.3
80.9
Road sign Lake Havasu, Arizona
View from highway.
51.0
82.0
Junction of Highway #95
Note: Overlap of Highway #95 of Interstate 40 starts/finishes at this point.
55.7
89.7
Access to Havasu Heights
East side of highway.
60.5
97.3
View from Highway
Looking at the Arizona flora.
61.8
99.4
Point of Interest
Northern boundary of Lake Havasu City Arizona . Elevation 575 ft. Founded in 1964. Nestled amidst craggy desert peaks on the Colorado River.
62.3
100.2
Access to Community of Desert Hills
West side of highway.
62.5
100.5
View from highway
Welcome to Lake Havasu City Arizona. Lake Havasu City, is home to the world-famous London Bridge.
63.4
102.1
Access to Lake Havasu Airport
East side of highway.
65.4
105.2
Mohave County Sheriff's Office
East side of highway.
65.6
105.5
Access to R.V. Park
West side of highway.
67.9
109.2
Klowa Avenue
Services at highway.
69.1
111.2
Paloverde Blvd. South

69.8
112.4
Mesquite Avenue - London Bridge - Arizona highway sign
Access to the London Bridge - west of highway. Point of interest - City of Lake Havasu Southern Limits.
76.6
123.2
Access to Sara Park
West side of highway.
81.9
131.8
Turnout view point
West side of highway, paved roadside turnout.
83.1
133.7
Community of Parker, Arizona
View from highway. Established in 1871, the town was moved some four miles north to the site of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Fishing for trout, crappie, bluegill, catfish, and bass on the Colorado River, and nearby dams and lakes. Access to Parker Dam
84.5
136.0
Cattail Cove State Park Arizona
Campground. West of highway 1.3 miles. Cattail Cove State Park is along Lake Havasu. Park Facilities: Campsites with electric and water. Beach area, launch ramp, picnic tables, grills, hiking trails and dump station. Restrooms with showers.
84.5
136.0

View from highway.
90.4
145.4
Point of Interest
Crossing the Bill Williams River.
90.5
145.7
Roadside highway turnout with viewpoint
West side of highway. Photo from viewpoint.
90.7
146.0
Roadside highway turnout viewpoint
West side of highway.
90.8
146.2
Roadside highway turnout viewpoint
Viewpoint paved. West side of highway.
91.3
146.9
Roadside highway turnout viewpoint
Viewpoint paved. West side of highway.
91.7
147.6
Roadside highway turnout viewpoint
Viewpoint paved. Garbage stand on North side of highway. Photo taken from view point.
93.3
150.2
Access to Parker Dam
Access to picnic tables, boat launch, public fishing area. West side of highway.
95.7
154.0
River Island State Park
North side of highway. The River Island Unit (Buckskin Mountain State Park) is a perfect place for tent camping. It has a total of 37 campsites, cove, boat launch area, sandy beach, and a ramada.
96.1
154.7
Access to R.V. Park
Access to park North side of highway. Services at highway South side of highway.
96.9
156.0
Buckskin Trail Road
Buckskin Mountain State Park Campground. West side of highway. Park Facilities, campground (68 sites), 21 cabana sites, beach, trails, restrooms, showers, boat ramp, picnic area.
98.2
158.0
Resort Road
Access to R.V. Park Campground. West side of highway.
100.4
161.5
La Paz County Park
West side of highway.
103.6
166.8
Point of Interest
North Boundary Colorado Indian Reservation.
104.7
168.5
Point of Interest
Crossing Osbourne Wash.
104.8
168.7
View from highway

107.8
173.5
City of Parker Arizona (California Avenue)
Business Area of City of Parker. Start/finish of highway travel guide.. For continuance of Highway #95 see Milebymile.com Travel Guide - Arizona #95 Parker City to Yuma to San Luis United States / Mexico Border Crossing.