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    Yuma Outdoor Life

    I have lived in Yuma, lets just say for a while… (over 20 years) I have yet to explore the riding areas around me. I just get caught up on daily life work, eat, sleep routine. I have to admit running a off-road rental company can be a off-road fun time killer. I always get

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    Squaw Lake Campground

    Squaw Lake Campground is one of my favortie places to access the Colorado River. They have lots of facilities available and it’s just above the the Imperial Dam. They have lots of facilities available 24 hours a day. It is also a great place to camp. Camping is limited to 14 days in any 28

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    Hidden Shores RV Park

    Hidden Shores RV Park I believe is one of Yuma’s best hidden secrets. The park is right one the water-front setting overlooking the Colorado River and Imperial Dam. Hidden Shores is also totally surrounded by natural wildlife. In fact, you can see plenty of wildlife around the park any time of the year. They have

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    West Wetlands Park

    The West Wetlands Park is a city managed public park at the northwest edge of Yuma. It is located along the Colorado River within the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. The West Wetlands Park is currently managed by the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area Corporation, a non-profit organization, and maintained by the City of Yuma

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    Yuma River

    The Colorado River sometimes referred to as, The Yuma River, is a river that flowers through Yuma, Arizona in Yuma County. The Colorado River supplies water for 30 million people throughout the states of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and California. It is one of the most contested, recreated-upon, and carefully controlled rivers

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    The Booming City Under The River

    Castle Dome Landing isn’t just your average ghost town, it is an aquatic ghost town. The final resting places lies underneath the Colorado River. The history of the Castle Dome Landing Ghost Town is very intriguing. The first American settlers were there in the early 1860s and believed that Native Americans had been mining in

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    Imperial National Wildlife Refuge

    The Imperial National Wildlife Refuge contains more than 26,000 acres of federally designated wilderness and 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. The Colorado River and associated backwater lakes and wetlands of Imperial National Wildlife Refuge are

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    The Roxaboxen is a hill located in Yuma, Arizona. The location is now a park and welcomes rocks from all parts of the world. The Roxaboxen was the inspiration for the book, by Alice McLerran, named “Roxaboxen”. This true story is based on the adventures of the author’s mother and fellow Roxaboxenites as they grew

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    10 Free things to do in Yuma with kids!

    As a mom, educational activities with my kids, is one of the first thing I look for when seeking adventure opportunities. I want my little ones to know as much information as possible about being outdoors in nature. Here is a list of things to do with kids for free in Yuma! 10. Take a

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    Betty’s Kitchen Tuna Casserole

    I think I was in 3rd grade when I was told I was going on a field trip to Betty’s Kitchen. I was so exciting about visiting a TV set! I thought I wonder who the host is going to be what type of hair will she have… In my mind I envisioned a show


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