Attractions

When it comes to fun in the Arizona desert, all roads lead to Yuma. Nestled up against the Colorado River, this vibrant multicultural city celebrates its rich heritage, wide-open spaces and unspoiled desert beauty with an exhilarating range of attractions and activities.

Whether you’re six or sixty, an outdoor lover or more of an urban adventurer, Yuma, like the beautiful desert dunes that surround it, offers an infinite landscape of possibilities. 

Happy Hour included! 5pm to 7pm everyday! 

Yuma Palm Shopping Center

Yuma Palm Shopping Center offers some of the state’s best shopping, and includes everything from premium boutiques to nationwide chains. Enjoy great dining and entertainment options here as well.

Harkins Theatres

Founded in 1933, Harkins Theatres is family-owned and –operated, and has expanded to 30 locations in five states. It’s now the fifth-largest theatre circuit in North America. 

Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park

From 1876 until its closing in 1909, Yuma Territorial Prison was home to more than

3,000 prisoners; many elements of the prison have been preserved, including the main gate and the guard tower, as well as the prison cells themselves.Now a historic park, this landmark offers a fascinating insight into the Old West.

Yuma Crossing National Heritage Center

Explore the history and cultural heritage of Yuma with a visit to Heritage Center landmarks includingFort Yuma, the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, and more. In addition to celebrating Yuma’s history, the Heritage Center seeks to enhance the region’s future by means of several urban and environmental revitalization projects.

West Wetlands Park

West Wetlands Park is situated in the city’s northwest corner, adjacent to the Colorado River and within the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. It’s a popular local spot for biking, picnics, and skating. 

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma is home to the Yuma Air Show. This renowned event features classic aircraft, live air performances, and more. 

Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park

The U.S. Army used the Quartermaster Depot to store and distribute supplies to military posts in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. Now a historic park, the site stretches for 10 acres and is home to five historic buildings, all of which are among the oldest in the state. Explore the park’s many exhibits, and learn about the resourceful ways in which engineers were able to provide the valley with water.

Yuma River Tubing

For a truly unique perspective of the Colorado River, head to Yuma River Tubing and rent a float tube or a kayak. During the warmer months, a daily shuttle service operates within West Wetlands Park.

Mesa Del Sol Golf Club

The Arnold Palmer-designedMesa del Sol Golf Clubfeatures 18 holes of championship golf in a beautifully landscaped and scenic environment. 

Waylon’s Water World/Z Fun Factory

Waylon’s promises watery fun for the whole family. It includesa lazy river ride, 15 tubes, and a range of fun slides for kids of all ages. Afterwards, head to Z Fun Factory next door, and check out bumper boats, go-karts, and miniature golf courses. 

Peanut Patch

Treat yourself to some of the finest peanuts and peanut products in the West. Tour our facility to see how the peanuts are cleaned, shelled, and packaged.

Martha’s Garden Date Farm

Dates might be the main attraction at this farm, but they aren’t the only product on offer. In addition to dates, Martha’s sells a variety of dried fruits and nuts, as well as delicious sandwiches and even date shakes!

Wild World Zoo and Camel Farm

Treat the family to a day of fun visitingbuffalos, camels, and a host of other exotic animals. Kids especially love the petting zoo.

Imperial Sand Dunes National Recreation Area

Accessible from the Recreation Area, the Imperial sand dunes stretch for over 40 miles, and among the largest in the nation. They have served as the location for several movies over the last century.

Yuma Proving Ground Heritage Center

 The grounds on which this Heritage Center sits were established during World War II; they served as a training facility for the U.S. Army and are still in use today.

Lake Martinez

Lake Martinez is famed for its diverse wildlife and is the ideal location for a quiet weekend trip. Enjoy fantastic fishing, bird watching, and boating.

Cocopah Speedway

Boasting a capacity of 4,000, thefast-track Cocopah Speedway is home to year-round events, including Sprint Car racing.

Museum of History in Granite and Center of the World Pyramid

Perfect attractions for those who love the weird and odd. Get a distinct perspective on world history at these colorful travel spots. 

Castle Dome Mine Museum

An intriguing glimpse into Arizona’s mining history awaits you at this museum, which is built on the site of a deserted town. Many of the buildings in Castle Dome have been restored and are furnished with original items including mining equipment.

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Castle Dome Mine Museum

An intriguing glimpse into Arizona’s mining history awaits you at this museum, which is built on the site of a deserted town. Many of the buildings in Castle Dome have been restored and are furnished with

driving distance: 40 minutes
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Museum of History in Granite and Center of the World Pyramid

Perfect attractions for those who love the weird and odd. Get a distinct perspective on world history at these colorful travel spots. 

driving distance: 25 minutes
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Historic Walking Tours of Downtown and Riverfront

The Yuma County Historical Society holds walking distance tours every Tuesday and Thursday.  They are a great way to get to know the history and culture of this beautiful city.

driving distance: 3 miles driving distance
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Yuma Crossing National Heritage Center

Explore the history and cultural heritage of Yuma with a visit to Heritage Center landmarks includingFort Yuma, the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, and more. In addition to celebrating Yuma’s

driving distance: 2 miles driving distance
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Harkins Theatres

Founded in 1933, Harkins Theatres is family-owned and –operated, and has expanded to 30 locations in five states. It’s now the fifth-largest theatre circuit in North America. 

driving distance: 5 minute walking distance
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Cocopah Speedway

Boasting a capacity of 4,000, thefast-track Cocopah Speedway is home to year-round events, including Sprint Car racing.

driving distance: 20 minutes
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Yuma Palm Shopping Center

Yuma Palm Shopping Center offers some of the state’s best shopping, and includes everything from premium boutiques to nationwide chains. Enjoy great dining and entertainment options here as well.

driving distance: 5 minute walking distance
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Yuma Proving Ground Heritage Center

  The grounds on which this Heritage Center sits were established during World War II; they served as a training facility for the U.S. Army and are still in use today.

driving distance: 15 miles
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Imperial Sand Dunes National Recreation Area

Accessible from the Recreation Area, the Imperial sand dunes stretch for over 40 miles, and among the largest in the nation. They have served as the location for several movies over the last century.

driving distance: 15 minutes
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Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park

The U.S. Army used the Quartermaster Depot to store and distribute supplies to military posts in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. Now a historic park, the site stretches for 10 acres and is

driving distance: 4 miles driving distance
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West Wetlands Park

West Wetlands Park is situated in the city’s northwest corner, adjacent to the Colorado River and within the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. It’s a popular local spot for biking, picnics, and sk

driving distance: 3 miles driving distance
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Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park

From 1876 until its closing in 1909, Yuma Territorial Prison was home to more than 3,000 prisoners; many elements of the prison have been preserved, including the main gate and the guard tower, as well

driving distance: 2 miles driving distance
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Lake Martinez

Lake Martinez is famed for its diverse wildlife and is the ideal location for a quiet weekend trip. Enjoy fantastic fishing, bird watching, and boating.

driving distance: 20 minutes
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Wild World Zoo and Camel Farm

Treat the family to a day of fun visitingbuffalos, camels, and a host of other exotic animals. Kids especially love the petting zoo.

driving distance: 10 minutes
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Martha’s Garden Date Farm

Dates might be the main attraction at this farm, but they aren’t the only product on offer. In addition to dates, Martha’s sells a variety of dried fruits and nuts, as well as delicious sandwiches and

driving distance: 15 minutes driving distance
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Peanut Patch

Treat yourself to some of the finest peanuts and peanut products in the West. Tour our facility to see how the peanuts are cleaned, shelled, and packaged.

driving distance: 10 minutes driving distance
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Waylon’s Water World/Z Fun Factory

Waylon’s promises watery fun for the whole family. It includesa lazy river ride, 15 tubes, and a range of fun slides for kids of all ages. Afterwards, head to Z Fun Factory next door, and check out bumper

driving distance: 6 miles driving distance
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Mesa Del Sol Golf Club

The Arnold Palmer-designed Mesa del Sol Golf Club features 18 holes of championship golf in a beautifully landscaped and scenic environment. 

driving distance: 15 minutes driving distance
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Yuma River Tubing

For a truly unique perspective of the Colorado River, head to Yuma River Tubing and rent a float tube or a kayak. During the warmer months, a daily shuttle service operates within West Wetlands Park.

driving distance: 5 miles driving distance
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Marine Corps Air Station Yuma

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma is home to the Yuma Air Show. This renowned event features classic aircraft, live air performances, and more. 

driving distance: 4 miles driving distance
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