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The Crossroads Cafe is a small family run restaurant just off Arizona Highway 95 in Parker. The decor is kind of homely and comfortable. I had a hard time deciding what to order because they had a number of items that sounded good. I finally ordered Catfish. They started me off with an excellent bowl of Clam Chowder with some great bread to soak up the remains. The catfish, mashed potatoes and green beans were all very good; an excellent meal. Staff was friendly too. The Crossroads Cafe gets crowded quickly so come early. They also have a nice mural on the outside wall. I love how the photos came out.
I visited here again in October 2012 and it was at least as good as before. Seeme like THE place to eat in Parker.
Favorite Dish: The Homestyle Catfish was great.
Updated Nov 15, 2012
Address: 612 S California Avenue, Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-9552
The Roadrunner is packed day and night. The drink of choice is the Road Raper which features Everclear cleverly disguised in a fruity concoction.
Dress Code: Flip Flops and bathing suits
Written May 18, 2007
Almost anywhere you look, the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) Museum is listed as being colocated with the CRIT Library, which is located in the government complex. This is not correct. The museum has moved to a location in downtown Parker. The lady in the library gave me directions but they were not too good. I never found it. I am making this tip so you don't drive to the government complex looking for the museum. I will make another tip when I find and tour the museum.
Written Jan 30, 2009
Boating and fishing is very popular at the Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge near Parker.
Equipment: Boat, fishing equipment, binoculars to watch the birds, beer??
Written Jan 30, 2009
Favorite thing: Parker is a town of about 3000 located along Arizona Highway 95 in Western Arizona by the California border. The town is also along the Colorado River. Parker was named after Ely Parker, and was established in 1908. Parker is the county seat of La Paz County, Arizona's youngest county, only started in 1983. The architecture for the county buildings, including the La Paz County Courthouse, had a distinct Southwestern flavor. Interesting sign on the Parker Fire Department.
Fondest memory: The food at the Crossroads Cafe and the outlying areas.
Written Nov 16, 2012