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1.25 acres in a pristine, rural, Arizona.
No Utilities. Multiple dirt and gravel roads. Water would be by well. Power is more than 10 miles from lot, so generator and Solar should be considered.
Location has a warm climate.
Hoover Dam and Lake Mead Recreational Area
The entire Lake Mead Recreation Area stretches 60 miles and includes Mohave Lake and Davis Dam. The Colorado River pours into Lake Mead, the largest man-made lake in the United States. The imposing 726 foot high Hoover Dam creates it. The area offers numerous water recreations including, boating, fishing, water skiing, river rafting, and swimming.
The area's focal point is the London Bridge, which was transported from London and reconstructed in Lake Havasu. Area locals call the bridge the world's largest antique. More than 1 million visitors flock to the area every year to view the structure that once spanned London's Thames River. Lake Havasu State Park covers nearly 11,000 acres and 23 miles of shoreline. It provides marinas, camping facilities, a public swimming beach, fishing, and water sports.
Laughlin, Nevada / Bullhead City, Arizona
Two bridges span the Colorado River and connect Laughlin and Bull Head City, Arizona. The Laughlin/Bullhead City airport accommodates major airlines as well as commuter companies and many private planes. Five hundred thousand visitors come to the area each month to enjoy gaming and the cool Colorado River. Fine dining, nightclubs, health resorts, and shopping opportunities are found in the area along with 12 major casinos with a combined 11,500 +/- hotel rooms.
Grand Canyon West
Panoramic views of the Grand Canyon may be viewed from the Hualapai Indian Reservation. A bus tour, narrated by one of the Hualapai Indian guides, gives fascinating information on the history and legends of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Caverns
210 feet underground are the most selenite crystals of any known cave in North America. The caverns offer an underground tour of the earth, as it existed 3 million years ago.
Wild burros roam the streets in this old gold mining town. The scenery has attracted Hollywood to film many westerns in this town including "How the West Was Won". Also available is a tour of the hotel where Clark Gable and Carol Lombard honeymooned.
Located between Kingman and Las Vegas, this old mining town has been resurrected as a center for many talented writers, musicians, fine artists, and craftsmen.
Historic Route 66
Kingman lies on the longest remaining continuous stretch (158 miles long) of Historic Route 66. Through the years Route 66 has had many names The Main Street of America, the Mother Road, the Wire Road, and the Will Rogers Highway. This is perhaps the best-known highway in the United States. Cruising down Route 66 allows the traveler to experience many historic communities along the way.
It's a place packed with energy, a town surrounded by natural wonders. Whether you're looking for an easy, two-day getaway or the vacation of a lifetime, Flagstaff will make any trip a northern Arizona adventure. With more than two hundred restaurants, dozens of inns, plenty of affordable accommodations, unique attractions, and colorful nightspots, its small-town charm will give you big-town excitement. Culture, clean air, festivals and forest paths are only some of Flagstaffs year-round enjoyment. Some of the most beautiful country in the Southwest surrounds you here, from lush woodlands to rugged deserts. The Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona's red rocks, Native American reservations, and a string of breathtaking national monuments are all within a short drive. Flagstaff is the perfect hub for Arizona explorers, from here you can see everything!
Taxes are $55 Per Year
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