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  • 601 Nevada Way
  • National Park
  • 702-293-8990

Lake Mead National Recreation Area As the Colorado River exits the Grand Canyon it enters the massive Lake Mead created by the Hoover Dam. The river line through Lake Mead is about 70 miles to the dam. Side canyons to explore are numerous and interesting. Once below Hoover Dam, the river flows through canyons for some 45 miles before reaching Lake Mohave, created by the Davis Dam.

  • 2755 Mission Boulevard, Kingman
  • Other
  • 928-718-3700

Tres Alamos Wilderness 8,300 acres of desert are here and varied desert at that, from the jutting dry peaks of the Black Mountains to the rugged, but low-elevation plains. Sawyer Peak (elevation: 4,293) is one of the wilderness's landmarks, as is Tres Alamos, a monolith of colored stone. Wildlife is here in force; look ou...

  • 2114 Kingman Avenue, Kingman
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 928-753-3111

  • 430 E Beale Street, Kingman
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 928-753-0058

  • 5th St. and Spring, Kingman
  • Monument-Building
  • 928-753-3175

The Bonelli House is a large early 20th century home featuring Anglo-territorial architecture.

  • 1305 Arizona Street, Suite 104, Boulder City
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 702-293-2138

  • On West Rim of Grand Canyon
  • Park-Overlook

Grand Canyon Skywalk Walk the path of the eagle … 4,000 feet above the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon. Look down through 2.5 inches of crystal-clear glass to the Canyon floor below. Grand Canyon Skywalk is on the West Rim, on Hualapai Tribal land. The West Rim is not part of the National Park system.

  • 2900 South Casino Drive, Laughlin
  • Casinos
  • 702-298-4600

  • 120 West Andy Devine Ave, Kingman
  • Museum
  • 928-753-9889

  • 13441 E. Highway 66, Valentine
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 928-769-1800

The Wildlife Sanctuary and Nature Park is home to over 150 rescued animals including grizzly bear, tigers, leopards, cougars, primates, birds, wallabies and native species animals. We are a nonprofit organization giving animals a second chance at life. Visitors can embark on a leisurely stroll t...

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