• Mittry Lake Wildlife Area

    Mittry Lake is located in Yuma County, about 18 miles northeast of Yuma, Arizona, on the east side of the Colorado River. Mittry Lake  has a lot to offer for the outdoor enthusiast. If you like to camp, go fishing, hiking, boating, swimming, or even ride on trails this would be a great location to

  • Martinez Lake Resort

    Pontoon boats, House boats, big boats and small boats, power boats, jet skis, personal water craft, canoes, kayaks,  paddle-boards  and even fishing boats all make their way to Martinez Lake, Arizona. Martinez Lake Resort was started about 50 years a go as a fisherman’s camp. Upon completion of the  of the Imperial Dam in the

  • Imperial Sand Dunes

    Imperial Sand Dunes where dune lovers ride Atvs or quads Sand Rails or Dune buggies, VW buggs, UTVS, Dirtbikes or any OHV. Yuma Arizona is less than 20 minutes away from Imperial Sand Dunes also known as Algodones Dunes. Atvs or quads enthusiasts, Sand Rails or Dune buggies, VW buggs, UTVS, Dirtbikes and just plain

  • Barry M. Goldwater Airforce Range

    To ride on the Range you must have a high clearance and 4-wheel drive vehicle. All ATV, Dirtbikes, UTV, Side x side,  sand rails dune buggies or regular vehicle are required to be licensed for high way driving under Arizona law. The Barry M. Goldwater Range (formerly known as Luke Air Force Range) is located

  • Glamis Sand Dunes | Imperial Sand Dunes

    Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area is most commonly known as Glamis. Thousands of ATVs, dirt bikes, dune buggies, sidebysides, sand rails and many other off-road vehicles make their way to Imperial Sand Dunes aka Glamis each year. This extremely popular off-road destination is located in Southern California.  Hundreds of thousands of visitors arrive on various holiday

  • 5 Ways to have a Wild Spring Break with your family in Yuma, Arizona.

    Hundreds, if not thousands of people leave Yuma and head the beach or bigger cities for Spring Break Vacation.  One of the greatest and biggest misconceptions is there is nothing to do here, so naturally people plan to find stuff to do in other places. For those that don’t want to go out of town

  • Cibola Wildlife Refuge

    Over 288 species of birds have been found on Cibola  National Wildlife Refuge, including many species of migratory songbirds, Gambel’s quail, roadrunners, mourning and white-winged doves, phainopepla, greater sandhill cranes, Canada and snow geese, Vermilion flycatchers, grosbeaks and many more. The bald eagle, southwestern willow flycatcher and Yuma clapper rail are among the endangered birds

  • 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 a green

  • North Algodones Dunes Wilderness

    The North Algodones Dunes Wilderness area is located in Imperial County. It is a part of the Imperial Sand Dunes but fenced off as part of California Protection Act. In 1994, Congress enacted the California Protection Act (CPA), that among other things, designated 69 separate tracts of land totaling 3,667,020 acres in the southern California Desert as

  • 6 Dirty Movies Filmed in Yuma, Arizona

    Yuma once was flooded with celebrities taking a quick trip to Arizona just to get hitched. It also was a great place to film westerns and desert landscapes. With time and new ways to create sets for movies what once seemed like a blossoming industry, slowly began to fade.  During the 80-90s some awesomely dirty


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