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City of Parker Arizona ( California Avenue )
City of Parker, AZ. Business Area. North to Lake Havasu City, AZ, Bullhead City, AZ, Laughlin, NV, Las Vegas, NV. Parker, AZ, established in 1871, the town was moved some four miles north to the site of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. The Colorado River and its dams and lakes offer visitors a variety of fishing activities including bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish and trout. Access to Parker Dam, AZ.
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Mohave Road
West side of highway.
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Point of Interest
South boundary of the Colorado Indian Reservation, AZ.
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Junction of Highway #72
East to Community of Bouse, AZ.
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Roadside highway turnout
Gravel. Large turnout West side of highway.
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Bouse Community Park
East side of highway. R.V boondocking area East side of highway.
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Access to boondocking area
East side of highway.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Plymouth Wash.
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Access to R.V. parks

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Community of Quartzite, Arizona
Junction of Interstate #10. East to cities of Mesa, AZ, Phoenix, AZ. West to cities of Blythe, CA, San Bernardino, CA, Los Angeles, CA . Quartzite, AZ: There is Quartzite's World Famous Gem Shows, AZ, the Largest Swap Meet in the World, trailer parks with full hookups or dry camping and thousands of acres of BLM areas to accomodate the RV'er, Prospector & ATV enthusiast. The number of winter visitors & tourists swell to a million & more.
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World Famous Quartzite Arizona Flea Market.
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World famous Quartzite Arizona Flea Market.
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World Famous Quartzite Arizona Flea Market.
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Photo of dry camp area at flea market. Fees $5.00/day (January 2004).
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Kuehn Street

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Access to La Posa West & La Posa North
Dry camp boondock area. Both sides of highway.
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View from highway
Access to La Posa Tyson Wash. Access to La Posa Tyson South. Dry camp boondock area.
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View from highway.
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53rd Street North
Access to La Paz Valley. Access to dry camp boondock area. Access to R.V. sewage dump area.
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Kofa National Wildlife Refuge Arizona - Crystal Hill
East of highway. Two mountain ranges dominate the landscape-the Kofa Mountains and the Castle Dome Mountains. Camping is permitted. Visitors may select their own campsites; however, applicable state law prohibits camping within 1/4 mile of water holes.
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Point of Interest
Entering Yuma County, AZ.
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Access to Kofa National Wildlife Refuge Arizona - Palm Canyon
Palm Canyon, in the west end of the Kofa Mountains, is well known for its native palms. Though numbering less than 100, this handful of trees is among the only native palms in Arizona.
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Access to Cibola Lake
West 45 miles. Cibola NWR is located in the floodplain of the lower Colorado River. Camping is not permitted on the refuge. Camping facilities are located nearby.
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View from highway.
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Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
King Valley. East of highway.
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View from highway.
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Looking East at the Castle Dome Mountains Arizona.
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Roadside highway turnout
Gravel both sides of highway. No services.
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Point of Interest
North boundary La Paz County.
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Point of Interest
Entering the United States Army Yuma proving grounds. Photo taken at the US Army Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ.
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Roadside highway turnout
Paved West side of highway.
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Point of Interest - Entering Yuma County Arizona
Yuma County, AZ boasts of a rich and colorful history. In 1540, 48 years after Columbus’ discovery of the New World, 18 years after Cortez conquered Mexico, and 67 years before Jamestown was formally settled, Hernando de Alarcon visited what is currently the City of Yuma, AZ. From the 1850s through the 1870s, steamboats on the Colorado River transported passengers and goods to various mines and military outposts in the area, and served the ports of Yuma, Laguna, Castle Dome, Norton's Landing, Ehrenberg, Aubry, Ft. Mohave and Hardyville.
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Roadside highway turnout
No picnic tables. Garbage can. West side of highway.
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Kofa National Wildlife area
Castle Dome, East of highway.
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Access to U.S. Border Control Point Inspection Station
East side of highway for Northbound traffic.
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Aberdeen Road
Access to Yuma proving grounds.
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Martinez Lake Road

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Martinez Lake Road
Access to Imperial National Wildlife Refuge, AZ, 13 miles East. Imperial National Wildlife Refuge, AZ, protects wildlife habitat along 30 miles of the lower Colorado River in Arizona and California, including the last unchannelized section before the river enters Mexico. Camping is not permitted on the refuge.
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Imperial Dam Road - Photo taken at the Imperial Dam Recreation Area, AZ
Access to Imperial Dam Recreation. Roadside highway turnout - West side of highway.
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Looking West at Chocolate Mountains Arizona.
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Point of Interest
South boundary of the Yuma proving grounds.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Gila River.
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Access to R.V. Park
West side of highway.
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Ave 12 E
North side of highway.
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Ave 11 E & Fortuna Road
Access to Interstate #8 highway, south of highway.
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Ave 8 E
Access to Arizona Western College - South side of highway.
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Ave 7 E
Access to Mittry - North of highway.
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Araby Road

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Access to R.V. park
North side highway.
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Ave 5 E

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Ave 3 E

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Welcome to the City of Yuma, AZ
Pacific Ave. Access to Interstate #8 East & West.
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City of Yuma Arizona - ( 4th Ave )
Junction of business route Interstate #8 East & West. Access to Yuma Crossing State Historical Park. Yuma Arizona is located at the point where the Gila and Colorado Rivers converge. Attractions in Yuma: YUMA CROSSING STATE HISTORIC PARK, Yuma, AZ. Congress authorized the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park in 1865. It was used by the entire Southwest as a material storage and distribution area for military troops in the Arizona territory. - CENTURY HOUSE MUSEUM, Yuma . Century House is one of Yuma's oldest and most historic buildings. - ST. THOMAS MISSION, Yuma, built on the grounds of the original Mission founded by Father Garces in 1780. Other places of interest in Yuma: Imperial Date Gardens, Yuma Proving Ground Heritage Center, Colorado King I Paddleboat, Adair Park, The Peanut Patch, Yuma Valley Railway, Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, Center of the World, Yuma Landing, Cocopah Museum, Yuma River Tours, Imperial National Wildlife Refuge.
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Ave B

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Community of Somerton

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Community of San Luis
United States/Mexico border crossing. South to community of San Luis, Mexico, Rio Colorado - Mexico. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Se
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
The Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, AZ.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
The Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, AZ, is where the Yuma Quartermaster Depot is located. The US Army utilized the depot for supplies storage and distribution to all military units in Arizona, Utah, Texas, New Mexico, and Nevada.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
The Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, AZ. After unloading, supplies were brought from the river dock to the storehouse. River steamers were then used to ship supplies to the north and brought over land on freight wagons drawn by mules.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
The Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, AZ. A six month supply of clothing, food, ammunition, and other goods was kept at the depot at all times.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
The Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, AZ. – With the arrival of the Southern Pacific Railroad in Yuma, AZ in 1877, the Quartermaster Depot and Fort Yuma came to an end.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
The Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, AZ. The supplies were brought from California by ocean vessels traveling around the Baja Peninsula to Port Isabel near the mouth of the Colorado River. There, cargos were transferred to river steamers and brought upstream to Yuma.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the US Army Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ. The US Army Yuma Proving Ground, AZ, is a general-purpose desert environmental test facility. YPG is located 26 miles north of Yuma, Arizona.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the US Army Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ. The Yuma Proving Grounds installation covers nearly 1,400 square miles and offers climate and terrain similar to major desert areas worldwide.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the US Army Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ. The U.S. Army, Yuma Proving Ground is located adjacent to the Colorado River in the Sonora Desert of Southwest Arizona, one of the hottest and driest areas in the nation.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the US Army Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ. Modern military equipment testing in Yuma can be traced back to 1943.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the Imperial Dam Recreation Area, AZ
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Photo taken at the Imperial Dam Recreation Area, AZ
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the Imperial Sand Dunes, CA; located, aproximemtly 15 kms west of Yuma,AZ. - The Imperial Sand Dunes, CA; are the largest mass of sand dunes in California. This dune system extends for more than 40 miles along the eastern edge of the Imperial Valley agricultural region in a band averaging five miles in width.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Photo taken at the Imperial Sand Dunes, CA
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Photo taken of the numerous walking trails that the City of Yuma, AZ, have constructed.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Many of these trails are paved and utilized by walkers and cyclists.
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Yuma, Arizona has 2 major Swap and Shop Markets
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Photos of Interest around Yuma Arizona
Great buys!