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The Yuma Zone Parks

There are a number of parks available for public use including recreational activities in the Yuma area. While some of the parks are designed for specific activities such as dune riding, sightseeing, or river fun, others offer a chance for a quiet afternoon getaway! The City of Yuma Parks and Recreation Department has a variety of parks providing rest and recreational opportunities. The smaller cities and towns in Yuma County each have their own park facilities. Private organizations as well as the State and Federal Governments also provide recreational areas for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. Yuma County does not operate any parks at all for county residents.


Adair Park

Adair Park RD
Yuma, AZ 85365

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(928) 726-0022 ·
Adair Park: Sprague's Sports acts as the information contact for this 660 acre park located 16 miles NE of Yuma on Highway 95. 3/4 of a mile East of McPhaul's Bridge. Rifle, pistol and archery ranges are the centerpoints of the facility. Adair Ranges, Inc. is a private, nonprofit corporation, comprised of the Yuma Area Shooting and Recreation Clubs, who operate and maintain these ranges for all to safely enjoy.

Bark Park

705 E. Palo Verde Street
Yuma, AZ 85365

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Bark Park: This park is a designated off leash area for area dogs.

Barkley Ranch Park

28th St. and Ave. D
Yuma, AZ 85365

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Butterfield Park

Wellton, AZ 85356

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Butterfield Park: The park includes three new jungle gyms for the kids as well as standard playground equipment. With four basketball courts, the volleyball court, three picnic ramadas, barbecue grills and a walking path, the park has a variety of opportunities for the town's community.

Caballero Park

Ave. A & 34th Place
Yuma, AZ

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Caballero Park: The Friendship Park water feature, and the Ray Croc Memorial Baseball Complex are found in this complex. Yuma Scorpions home games are played here in Desert Sun Stadium. Other facilities include tennis courts and a playground.

Carver Park

385 South 13th Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Carver Park Yuma AZ
Carver Park: A swimming pool, water feature, bath house, & tennis courts are among the facilities at this mid town park. 5th St. & 13th Ave.
It should be noted that the City of Yuma has suspended open swimming at the Carver Pool.

Cibola National Wildlife Refuge

Cibola Lake Road
Cibola, AZ 85328

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Cibola National Wildlife Refuge: While access is limited to certain areas, the visitor center, 3-mile auto tour loop, and the 1-mile nature trail are among the areas that can be visited. Visitors accessing the shores of the refuge via boat will find miles of back channels that are ideal for fishing and birdwatching.

Clymer Park

553 Orange Ave.
Yuma, AZ

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Colorado River Beach Park

1st St. & N. Madison Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Colorado River Beach Park: At the end of Madison Avenue in Historic Downtown Yuma this park is adjacent to Gateway Park.

Council Ave. Park

801 N. Council Avenue
Somerton, AZ 85350

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Desert Ridge Park

26th Place & 7 3/4 E
Yuma, AZ

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Eligio Ramirez Park

San Luis, AZ 85349

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Friendship Park

1631 West 34th Place
Yuma, AZ

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Friendship Park (San Luis)

San Luis, AZ 85349

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Gateway Park

259 South Gila Street
Yuma, AZ

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Gateway Park Yuma AZ
Gateway Park: Gateway Park underwent 4 million dollars of renovations and was dedicated on May 31,2007. With the shade provided by the freeway bridge, the river beach is a popular swimming spot in the summer.

Hacienda Park 1

24th Lane & 18th Ave.
Yuma, AZ

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Hacienda Park 2

27th Drive & 18th Ave.
Yuma, AZ

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Hacienda Park 3

28th Lane & 18th Ave.
Yuma, AZ

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Hacienda Park 4

26th St. & 17th Ave.
Yuma, AZ

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Imperial Sand Dunes Recreational Area

Imperial County, CA

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Imperial Sand Dunes Recreational Area: The Imperial Sand Dunes, also known as the Algodones Dunes, are the largest sand dunes in California. 40 miles long and averaging 5 miles wide, the dunes are popular with many off road enthusiasts. With heights of over 300 feet from the desert floor the dunes are an impressive site located just 20 miles West of Yuma. The large crowds of off-road recreational seekers camped at the Dunes often causes travelers on the Interstate to mistake the parking areas for a small town.

Jennifer Wilson

185 North 14th Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Joe Henry Memorial Park

23rd Ave. & Colorado St.
Yuma, AZ

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Joe Henry Memorial Park Yuma AZ
Joe Henry Memorial Park: Lots of shade and multiple playgrounds make Joe Henry a favorite park for Yuma parents. Plenty of parking is also a benefit.

Joe Henry Optimist Park

1793 South 1st Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Joe Henry Optimist Park: Adjacent to Joe Henry Memorial Park. Many sports enthusiasts enjoy the fields here.

Joe Munoz Park

245 W. Fern Street
Somerton, AZ 85350

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Jose Cabello Park

San Luis, AZ 85349

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Kennedy Memorial Park

23rd St. & Kennedy Lane
Yuma, AZ

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Kennedy Memorial Park: A swimming pool, water slide, skate park & the Kennedy Athletic Complex are center points of this large park.

Kiwanis Park

885 Magnolia Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Kiwanis Park: 885 Magnolia Avenue

Las Casitas Park

31st Place & 28th Drive
Yuma, AZ

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Library Green

350 3rd Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Netwest Park

1100 South 14th Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Ocotillo Park

42nd Place & Jojoba Ave.
Yuma, AZ

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Parkway Place Park

27th St. and 39th Drive
Yuma, AZ

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Perricone Park

321 N. Cesar Chavez Ave.
Somerton, AZ 85350

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Ponderosa Park

26th St. & 29th Drive
Yuma, AZ

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Ray Smucker Park

2930 Avenue A
Yuma, AZ

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Ray Smucker Park: 2930 Avenue A

Riverside Park

50 N. Prison Hill Road
Yuma, AZ

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Riverside Park: 50 N. Prison Hill Road

Roxaboxen Park

825 South Second Avenue
Yuma, AZ

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Roxaboxen Park: This park memorializes the children's story "Roxaboxen" by author Alice McLerran.

Sanguinetti Memorial Park

701 West 22nd Street
Yuma, AZ

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Sanguinetti Memorial Park: 8th Ave. & 22nd St.

Sanguinetti Park

202 W. Main Street
Somerton, AZ 85350

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Sunrise Optimist Park

4498 West 20th Street
Yuma, AZ

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Terraces Park

2601 East View Parkway
Yuma, AZ

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Victoria Meadows

23rd St. & 20th Drive
Yuma, AZ

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West Wetlands Regional Park

350 N 12th Ave
Yuma, AZ

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(928) 373-5243 ·
West Wetlands Regional Park Yuma AZ
West Wetlands Regional Park: The Yuma West Wetlands is area of restored wetlands as well as an active recreation area. The Stewart Vincent Wolfe Memorial Playground is part of the recreation area as is a boat launch and boat trailer parking area.

A statue memorializing the 1st Iowa Volunteers also known as the Mormon Battalion is found on the walking trails. The APS Solar Garden is also a feature of the West Wetlands Park.

The West Wetlands Pond and the surrounding lawn area are also available for recreational use. The pond is 15 ft deep at the center and is regularly stocked with a variety of game fish. A fishing license is required and there are special daily limits for the pond.

Winsor Rotary Park

29th Ave. & 20th St.
Yuma, AZ

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Yuma Armed Forces Park

291 Gila St
Yuma, AZ 85364

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Yuma Armed Forces Park: The Yuma Chamber of Commerce developed this park dedicated to honor and revere the sacrifices of all past, present and future veterans. It is located at the site of the old train depot in Historic Downtown Yuma. The park was turned over to the City of Yuma Parks and Rec Dept. in 2008.

Yuma Quartermasters Depot State Historic Park

201 North 4th Ave.
Yuma, AZ 85364

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Yuma Quartermasters Depot State Historic Park: See the restored U.S. Army Quartermasters Depot! Yuma Visitor Center, transportation museum, gift shop, & picnic area. Formerly Yuma Crossing State Historic Park. Recently adopted by the City of Yuma to avoid closing by the state, the Quartermasters Depot now has free admission and is the site of the Yuma Visitors Center.

Yuma Territorial Prison State Park

1 Prison Hill Road
Yuma, AZ 85364

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Yuma Territorial Prison State Park Yuma AZ
Yuma Territorial Prison State Park: Tour the infamous prison first opened in 1876! 3,069 prisoners lived within the walls during the prison's 33 years of operation. Later the prison was used to house Yuma High School whose students to this day are still known as "Criminals". Despite efforts by the State of Arizona to close the park, The Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area's campaign to save the Yuma Territorial Prison was successful. Save the Prison

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