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Arizona United States #93 Highway Guide

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City of Kingman, Arizona
Junction of Highway Interstate #40. Attractions in Kingman: Historic Downtown Kingman, Bonelli House, Camp Beale Loop Trail, Fort Beale Springs Loop, Locomotive Park, Powerhouse Visitors Center, White Cliffs Wagon Trail Path. South to Lake Havasu City, Arizona, Parker Arizona, Quartzite Arizona.
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View from highway. Services, fuel off highway.
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View from highway
Access to free R.V. dump station - East side of highway.
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5.4
Junction of Highway #68
West to Laughlin, Bullhead City. Exit #67.
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Note: Highway Advisory Sign
No trucks or busses on Highway #93 over Hoover Dam. Use Highways #68, #163, #95. For information telephone 888-248-1259.
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View from highway

8.9
14.4
Roadside turnout with historical marker
East side of highway.
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Truck weigh station
East side of highway.
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Junction of Mohave County Roadway #255
Mineral Park Road.
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20.9
Hermit Drive

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Looking East at the Cerbat Mountains, Arizona.
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24.9
Colorado Road
West side of highway.
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View from highway - Chloride Arizona highway sign
Junction of Mohave County Roadway #125. East to community of Chloride - 4 miles. Services at highway - West side of highway. Chloride is the oldest continuously inhabited mining town in the state of Arizona. The town is at an elevation of 4000'. The name Chloride came from the silver chloride found in the hills among other minerals in the area.
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Roadside turnout paved with historical marker
East side of highway. Photo of historical text.
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Big Wash Road

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Pierce Ferry Road
Junction of Mohave County Roadway #25. East to communities of Dolan Springs and Meadview. Dolan Springs, Arizona is called the Gateway to Lake Mead. One of the world's largest Joshua Tree Forests is located in the Lake Mohave Ranchos in the Dolan Springs area.
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View from highway.
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White Hills Road. Roadside turnout with historical marker. Northeast on White Hills Road-8 miles-are the ruins of the community of White Hills, once a booming mine town. For six years 1892-1898 the mine produced over 12 million dollars in gold and silver.
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72.2

View from highway.
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View from highway.
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Junction of Mohave County Roadway #143
Access to Lake Mead Temple Bar Campground - East of highway.
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Truck weigh station
East side of highway.
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85.9

View from highway.
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Lake Mead Arizona National Recreation Area
East boundary.
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87.6
View from highway
Driving north.
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89.5

View from highway. Access to Lake Mead National Recreational Area Willow Beach - West of highway.
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View from highway.
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Roadside highway turnout with scenic view overlook
West side of highway.
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96.0
View from highway
Driving north.
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104.4

View from highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
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View from highway. Note: at this point there is a major construction project to detour traffic around the Hoover Dam.
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Hoover Dam Arizona - Highway Sign
Roadside turnout with scenic view overlook of the Hoover Dam - East side of highway. Built during the Depression; thousands of men and their families came to Black Canyon to tame the Colorado River. The Dam is a National Historic Landmark.
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110.7

View of Hoover Dam from roadside turnout.
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110.7

View of Hoover Dam from roadside turnout.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view overlook of the Hoover Dam
West side of highway.
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Parking Area #13
West side of highway with scenic view overlook.
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Parking Area #12
East side of highway with view area.
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Parking Area #11 with view area. Photo looking North at the Colorado River Lake Mead crossing the Hoover Dam. The construction of Hoover Dam tamed the mighty Colorado River and created Lake Mead, the world's deepest man-made lake.
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Parking Area #10
South side of highway.
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Parking Area #9
North side of highway.
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View from highway.
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Access to Hoover Dam visitor information center
West side of highway. The Hoover Dam Visitor Center is open year-round with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Pacific Time Zone is observed.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view area
North side of highway.
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Nevada State Line - Highway Sign
Welcome to Nevada/Arizona State Line. Note: Highway Travel Guide continues on into Nevada.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view overlook
Gravel - North side of highway. Point of Interest - Pacific Time Zone change.
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Roadside turnout
Paved - both sides of highway.
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View from highway.
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View from Highway
Driving north.
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Lake Mead National Recreation visitor information center

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Looking North at Lake Mead. Three of America's four desert ecosystems, the Mojave, the Great Basin, and the Sonoran Deserts meet in Lake Mead NRA.
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Roadside turnout with garbage barrel
West side of highway.
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120.9
Welcome to Boulder City, Nevada
Eastern limits. Elevation 2507 ft. Historic Boulder City. The city that built Hoover Dam.
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Acces to Boulder City business center
Access to Nevada Welcome Visitor Information Center - South side of highway.
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View from highway

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129.6
Junction of Nevada Highway #95
South to Laughlin, Arizona Needles, Arizona. West to Henderson Nevada, Las Vegas Nevada. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Se