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Experience A Gateway to Desert Delights

Adjacent to the Colorado River, this vibrant city offers a blend of multicultural heritage and natural desert beauty. Surrounded by stunning desert dunes, Yuma presents endless opportunities, from exploring historical sites and museums to enjoying lively shopping and outdoor activities.
Yuma Territorial Prison Park at Yuma, Arizona

Yuma Territorial Prison Park

Discover the intriguing history of the Old West at Yuma Territorial Prison Park. Once housing over 3,000 inmates, this preserved site now invites visitors to explore its historic cells, guard tower, and main gate, offering a unique window into the past and the origins of Yuma's heritage.


220 Prison Hill Rd,
Yuma, AZ, United States, 85364

Colorado River State Park at Yuma, Arizona

Colorado River State Park

Discover the rich history of the Colorado River at the State Historic Park in Yuma. This 50-acre park showcases the river's pivotal role in regional development. Explore exhibits on irrigation, navigation, and the military, and walk along scenic trails that highlight Yuma's natural and historical significance. 


201 N 4th Ave,
Yuma, AZ, United States, 85364

Castle Dome Mine Museum at Yuma, Arizona

Castle Dome Mine Museum

Step back in time at this well-preserved ghost town in the heart of Arizona's mining country. This 80-acre site, with over 50 buildings, offers a unique glimpse into 19th-century mining life. Explore original structures, artifacts, and mines, and witness the rugged lifestyle of miners. The museum also displays a vast collection of minerals and vintage items that tells the story of Arizona's rich mining heritage.  


Castle Dome Mine Rd,
Yuma, AZ, United States, 85365

West Wetlands Park at Yuma, Arizona

West Wetlands Park

Located in the northwest corner of the city, this is a cherished local destination nestled beside the Colorado River and within the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. This scenic spot is ideal for outdoor activities like biking, picnicking, and skating, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty and recreation. 
Cocopah Speedway at Yuma, Arizona

Cocopah Speedway

With a seating capacity of 4,000, it is a premier destination for thrilling year-round racing events, including the high-speed excitement of Sprint Car races. This popular venue invites you to experience the adrenaline-pumping action firsthand at one of its many spectacular racing events. 


3450 W County 15th St,
Somerton, AZ, United States, 85350

Arizona Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens at Yuma, Arizona

Arizona Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens

Explore Yuma's history at this historic landmark set in the 19th-century residence of a prominent local entrepreneur. This iconic museum offers insightful exhibits and a delightful experience at the Sanguinetti Chocolate Shoppe, where you can indulge in luxurious chocolates. 
Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area at Yuma, Arizona

Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area

Delve into Yuma's rich past and vibrant future at the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Center. Discover landmarks like Fort Yuma and the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park. Beyond its historical focus, the Center actively contributes to the region's progress with various urban and environmental rejuvenation initiatives. 


180 W 1st St ,
Yuma, AZ, United States, 85364

Yuma Palms Regional Center at Yuma, Arizona

Yuma Palms Regional Center

Head to this premier shopping destination, featuring an array of premium boutiques and well-known national retailers. It's not just about shopping; the center also offers a variety of dining and entertainment options, making it a perfect spot for a day out. 


1305 Yuma Palms Pkwy,
Yuma, AZ, United States, 85365