Ramada Inn Chilton Conference Center

300 E 32nd Street, Yuma, Arizona, 85364, United States
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Yuma, Arizona

by pamela.parry

We are visiting from UK to Nevada/Arizona/California on Nov 14th 2006 for 3 weeks flying to Vegas, travelling to Wickenberg, Tucson, Tombstone, Nogalez, Yuma, Palm Springs back to Vegas.

Has anyone done any of the day trips by jet boat from Yuma or train rides anywhere en route. We are into wild life and nature/scenery. Any tips including stop overs would be appreciated.

RE: Yuma, Arizona

by ltt

not sure why you are going to yuma but unless it is to visit people, there really isn't anything there worth stopping for.

RE: RE: Yuma, Arizona

by WhispersWest

If you are planning to visit the Grand Canyon, only the south rim will be open at that time of the year. It should be a bit less crowded at that time of year, as well.

If you can swing it, the Verde Canyon Railway tour, http://www.verdecanyonrr.com/index2.html, is awesome. It also puts you in close to Sedona, which I would think you would be more intrigued by than Yuma.

There are no railway tours in the Tucson area.

If you want wildlife, head for the Sonora Desert Museum, http://www.desertmuseum.org/.
You can also stop by the Saguaro National Park, http://www.saguaro.national-park.com/, either the West Visitor Center out there or the Saguaro East visitor center on Tucson's East side. I would not recommend Old Tucson Studios. It just isn't the same as it was before they rebuilt.

Nogales & Tombstone are both day trips which can be made from Tucson.

There is also Cochise Stronghold,http://www.cochisestronghold.com/, which is delightful for hiking at that time of the year, just an hour east of Tucson.

South of Tucson on the road to Sasabe is the Buenos Aires Wild Life Refuge, http://www.fws.gov/southwest/refuges/arizona/buenosaires/index.html.

In Tucson, on the North side, is Catalina State Park,http://www.pr.state.az.us/parks/parkhtml/catalina.html and of course, there is Mount Lemmon. I would normally recommend Sabino Canyon but the flood waters have done a lot of damage and it may not be reopened by then.

On Tucson's east end, besides Saguaro National Park East, there is Colossal Cave Mountain Park, http://www.colossalcave.com/, which is my personal favorite.

If you could reroute your trip to make Wickenburg one of your last stops, they host a fantastic Gathering Of Western Music & Cowboy Poetry Folk the first weekend in December. You will have just missed the Tombstone Music Festival and the Arizona Cowboy Symposium in Sonoita.

If you have any other questions, I would be happy to help. I am a Tucson native. I have spent a good deal of time learning Arizona's special places.

Catch Y'all On Down The Trail,

Bit Devine
Cowboy Craic

Travel Tips for Yuma

Paradise Casino

by mht_in_la

A short drive across the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway Bridge and visit the Paradise Casino. It's inside the Quechan reservation on the California side. Paradise is one of the most successful Indian casinos I've seen. Besides the normal slot machines, they also have a wide array of table games including poker (even in Vegas, not all casino have poker tables). And when I was there, they managed to bring in 2nd tier Vegas performers "Thunder from Down Under" to entertain all the grandmas in Yuma. I also noticed many of the residents in the reservation drive luxury cars. The casino must be doing well.

What a wheel!

by matcrazy1

You can see wheels as on my picture and the whole old... carriages (?is it correct name, how do you call it in English?) in Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park.
They are, as you can see, made of wood with external layer (how do you call it in English?)made of metal (iron?).
Not so easy to fix a wheel-clamp to it, am I wrong? :-)

Packing List

by Erika74

Definately summer attire. Warm Year round weather. Dec-Feb can be cool. The rest of the year is warm then extremly hot. Sunblock spf30 or higher If you lost or run out, don't worry--we have Wal Mart, Target, Super K-mart for those supplies. About 20 min. away there is Senator Wash; great place to go camping.

Algodones Dunes

by mht_in_la

Algodones Dunes (some call it Imperial Dunes) is the largest dune system in the U.S. It's located at the southeastern corner of the state of California, extending a few hundred miles long from north to south all the way into Mexico. You can easily see it from freeway #8 just west of Yuma.

I will post more photos on a separate page in Glamis, California.

Secret passage?

by matcrazy1

There were some nice looking passages (not so secret :-) in walls of the historic Yuma Territorial Prison. This one on my picture looked quite pretty. The wall was made partly of adobe, partly of stones only.


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Address: 300 E 32nd Street, Yuma, Arizona, 85364, United States