Mohave County Area Adventure Page

October 22, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 


The Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world. Spanning 277 miles in length with a width of up to 18 miles and a depth of over a mile, the Grand Canyon is known for its visually overwhelming size as its intricate but colorful landscape unravels for miles on end. Cutting through layers and layers of rock, the Colorado River and its tributaries expose nearly 2 billion years of geological history. This is a must-see for anyone who has not been to this vast and beautiful spectacle!


Located only about 24 miles from the Las Vegas strip is Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in terms of water capacity in the United States. Known for lying on the famed Colorado River, a plethora of lake activities can be had, all within viewing distance of the great Hoover Dam!

City Life and Gambling!

Nine different resorts housing 10,000 rooms with a world of choices in entertainment, gaming, and dining, you can have it all at Laughlin all while being right next to the Colorado River. Here you can also find some of the biggest names in music and comedy at the Laughlin Event Center, from rockers like Joan Jett & The Blackhearts to country legends like Tim McGraw and Reba. Traveling down the Laughlin Riverwalk, you’ll find yourself in a world of casinos to add to your thrill!


Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course has welcomed golfers for nearly 40 years to take on their challenging 18 hole golf course. Whether you’re in it for tournaments, leagues, or simple golf outings, Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course is a great place to get out, relax and perfect your swing!


Measuring an impressive 1,450 miles in length, the Colorado River is one of the principal rivers in the Southwestern United States. It encompasses parts of 7 U.S. states as well as 2 Mexican states. Whitewater rafting down the Colorado River provides visitors a thrilling opportunity to view the Grand Canyon from a whole new perspective!

Modern Marvels!

Prepare to have a jaw-dropping experience as you gaze upon the massive 700-hundred-foot-tall Hoover Dam. Serving as one of the finest examples of American engineering, this stunning modern marvel was built during the Great Depression between 1931 – 1936. Touring Hoover Dam is definitely one to put on your bucket list!

Thrilling Views

Want to take your Grand Canyon experience to the next level? The Grand Canyon Skywalk is your golden opportunity! Located on the Grand Canyon’s west rim, visitors have the opportunity to walk the 10-foot wide, horseshoe-shaped glass panel bridge which takes viewers 70 feet out over the rim of the Grand Canyon. Looking down through the glass floor will reveal the floor of the Grand Canyon 4,000 feet below!

Additional Photos

Scenic View of London Bridge Over Lake Havasu

Scenic View of London Bridge Over Lake Havasu

Historic Route 66

Historic Route 66

Historic Steam-Powered Train in Locomotive Park

Historic Steam-Powered Train in Locomotive Park


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