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    La Fortuna Gold Mine

    La Fortuna Gold Mine the claim for the mine once sold for $700. The mine is located on a group of patented claims now within the Barry M Goldwater Gunnery Range which is owned by the U.S Bureau of Land Management by administered by the U.S. Marine Corps. Fortuna’s post office was established September 30, 1896

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    La Laguna Ghost Town

    La Laguna Ghost town was once a small mining camp. The placer gold mining camp like many others didn’t last long. The few people that were there from 1860-1862 left the camp when the La Paz Gold struck. The site is now under the Mittry Lake waters.

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    Dome, Arizona

    Dome ghost town was originally Swiveler’s Station, 20 miles east of Fort Yuma, on the Butterfield Overland Mail route, a post office was established in 1858. It was first under the name of Gila City the nearby boomtown 1 1/2 mile west of Dome but the post office closed July 14, 1863. Most of the

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    Polaris, Arizona

    Before Polaris made it’s brand famous, there once as a town in Yuma County that shared that name. Polaris’ post office was established June 17, 1909 and was discontinued July 31, 1914. Felix Mayhew discovered the outcropping responsible for Polaris and sold it for a cool $350,000. Polaris was named for the North Star and

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    Stanwix Station

    Did you know there was a historical battle that took place near a ghost town in Yuma county? Stanwix Station or Flap Jack Ranch made it’s place in the historical maps with the battle of Stanwix Station. The battle took place on March 29, 1862, when Capt. William P. Calloway and a vanguard of 272

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    Aztec, Arizona

    The ghost town of Aztec, Arizona is located 80 miles east of Yuma. Post Office was established by Charles A. Dallen on September 12, 1889. Just off I-8. Aztec was a stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad line between Phoenix and Yuma. It’s unclear why this town was abandoned. Some people claim to have visited

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    The Ghost town of Hyder

    Hyder, 3 miles to the north after Agua Caliente was one of places were general George S. Patton´s forces trained desert war in Second World War. The once ghost town is now a farming community. Several veterans make their way back to visit this place and the few old buildings that remain in Hyder The

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    Big Eye Mine

    Big Eye Mine was named for being the “eye” of the thumb in Thumb Peak . This cabin was a home for the men once worked the mine. They took the gold ore from the earth helped load it into trucks. The trucks then took the gold ore to the rail road station near Roll,

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    Picacho State Park, California

    Picacho State Park is perfect for the people who love to be outdoors. With so many places to see and do. Picacho State Park is only minutes away from Yuma, AZ. You can pretty much see it from any place in Yuma Arizona just one of the purple mountains surrounding the area.  The state park

  • Ocotillo Wells SVRA

    Many atv riders, dirtbike riders, buggie riders, ROV riders, UTV riders, OHV riders in general come to ride this wonderland. With more than 85,000 acres of magnificent desert are open for off-highway exploration  this is a riders dream and recreation within the boundaries portrayed on the park map are operated by California State Parks. Outside

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