Attractions and Points of Interest
      Just a block from the Colorado River. 10 min. drive to Katherine Landing and Lake Mohave.
   
   


      Next to Laughlin Nevada featuring 9 large 24 Hour Las Vegas style casinos.

Points Of Intrest

Black Mountains

If you love hiking and are experienced, a trek into the Arizona mountains is a must do. The Black Mountains are home to one of the largest Bighorn Sheep herds in Arizona Secret Pass and Mount Nutt areas are excellent examples of desert life, complete with ghost towns from the mining days. Many tons of silver and gold were taken from these mountains. Please he careful exploring the many abandoned mines, they can be unstable.

Colorado River Museum

Featuring items and artifacts specific to the history of the area, the Colorado River Museum is an important part of local foundation. The building is a former Catholic Church that was used by the Davis Dam builders in the 1940s. Located on Highway 95, just north of the airport, the museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, from 10am to 3pm with free admission.

Grand Canyon

The term breathtaking was first coined after a glimpse of this awesome canyon. Over a mile deep and 280 miles long, you can experience the canyon by mule, a park service tour, or take a nostalgic train ride on a genuine 1901 steam engine from Williams to the canyon's south rim. For canyon information, please call 303-297-2757. For train information, please call 800-The-Train.

Grand Canyon Caverns

How does a cool 56' stroll on a paved trail under- ground to see northern Arizona's roost extensive selenite crystal formations sound? Located between Kingman and Seligman, on historic Route 66. Motel, restaurant, campground and RV dump station. For more information, please call 526-522-3223.

Grapevine Canyon and Indian Petroglyphs

Long ago, without paints or brushes, the native Indians told stories and left messages on these cliffs and caves. Follow the short, well-marked trail off Highway 163 to Christmas Tree Pass parking area.

Kathrine Landing at Lake Mohave

Watercraft launch ramps, nearby pub, restaurant and motel, convenience store and hundreds of moorings make up the bare essentials of fantastic Katherine Landing

Lake Havasu

Hidden coves, ancient mines, deserted Indian villages or any watersport activity you can imagine. It's all here at a man made lake over 45 miles long. For additional information, please contact the Lake Havasu Chamber of Commerce at 520-855-4115.

London Bridge

The famous bridge that once crossed the Thames River was taken apart and carefully moved over 7000 miles to Lake Havasu. Joined with an authentic English village featuring restaurants, shops and amusement rides. Admission is free.

Mitchell Caverns

Sixty miles west of Needles, off -40, are some of the greatest limestone caverns. Open year round. Park ranger guided tours Admission is $3.

Mohave Museum

Located in Kingman, Arizona Authentic permanent displays of railroad, Mining/Indian life and art of the Southwest. Lectures with visiting speakers and educators from Northern Arizona University are held evenings. For more information, please call 520-753-3195.

Oatman Arizona

Travel back in time to charming Oatman. This tiny town features super gift and antique stores, several saloons and restaurants, and a street full of free-roaming burros. Located just 25 miles southeast of Bullhead City, off Highway 95, Oatman is a day trip for the entire family.

Spectacular Davis Dam

Creating the beautiful and recreational Lake Mohave and the functional regulated flow of water to Mexico and the lower Colorado River region, the spectacular Davis Dam is a structure of significance. Completed in 1953, the dam has a powerhouse located on the Arizona side of the river producing hydroelectricity. This facility is located just north of the Laughlin Bridge and is open daily for very worthwhile, tree, self-guided tours.