The Yuma Zone has listings in and near Winterhaven CA for the following establishments and attractions.
Yuma's neighbor to the North located on the California side of the Colorado River. Surrounded by the Fort Yuma Reservation, Winterhaven is the gateway to Bard California as well as the Picacho State Recreation Area.
San Pasqual Alternative Education Center
Picacho State Recreation Area's eastern border includes eight miles of the Lower Colorado River. Picacho was a gold mining town with 100 resident souls back 100 years ago. This popular park offers a variety of flora and fuana, including beavertail cactus, wild burros, bighorn sheep and thousands of migratory waterfowl. The main campground, has 54 campsites, a group campground, and two boat-in group sites. The sites have picnic tables and fire rings with drinking water and chemical toilets located nearby as well as a solar shower. Up river there are five smaller campgrounds, but there is no drinking water at these locations.
Visitors to the Quechan Indian Museum are being told that the museum has been closed permanently due to the unsafe condition of the building. Quechan Indian Reservation - Yuma, Arizona See historical exhibits depicting the original Yumans! Located in historic Fort Yuma!
Home of the Wildcats!
Home of the ABC's!
Home of the Warriors!
This 1922 mission church is a replica of the original mission that was burned in 1855 during a native uprising.
An odd site is found in desert north of Yuma. For over 60 years people have been bringing in rocks in order to spell out their names and other messages in the desert. While best viewed from a low flying plane, the site is accessable via 4WD vehicles. Remember that many of these messages date back over 50 years and should not be disturbed. If you want to write your own message, BRING YOUR OWN ROCKS and leave alone the efforts of others.
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