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Peaceful Escape in Mohave County

W Paloma Dr : Golden Valley, AZ 86413

Mohave County, Arizona

1.25 Acres
$8,995 USD
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Land Description

Discover the ultimate RV destination on this pristine 1.25-Acre plot in Chloride, Arizona, beckoning RV enthusiasts to create their own haven. Nestled near a well-maintained county road, the journey to this slice of paradise is effortlessly enjoyable. Boasting a mere 1.5 miles off Highway 93, this property ensures seamless connectivity, making it a convenient and accessible retreat for RV lovers.

Situated just 17 miles from the essentials of downtown Kingman, this location strikes the perfect balance between tranquility and urban convenience. For those craving a taste of city excitement, the vibrant lights of Las Vegas are within an easy hour-half drive, adding an extra layer of allure to this RV haven.

Whether you're seeking a peaceful escape or the thrill of city lights, this 1.25-Acre property caters to your every desire. Its proximity to key transportation routes ensures that your RV adventures begin right at your doorstep. Unveil the potential of this accessible land, offering a harmonious blend of natural serenity and proximity to urban delights. Your RV dreams await on this idyllic parcel in Chloride, Arizona, bridging the gap between the open road and the comforts of home.

Situated only 1.5 miles off Highway 93 and 17 miles from downtown Kingman, you won't have to worry about being too far from conveniences. Plus, Las Vegas is just an hour and a half away from those spontaneous getaways.

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Discounted Cash Price: $8,995


Seller Financing

$175 Down, $175 Per Month for 66 Months ($11,725)

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Property Specific Information

Apn: 308-22-434

Parcel Size: 1.25 Acres

Zoning Code: Ar/2A - Agriculture Residential

Elevation: 1086.6 m or 3565.1 feet

Terrain Type: Desert

Power Status: Would have to contact Unisource Energy or Mohave Electric Coop.

Septic Status: Would need to install to live on the property.

Water Status: Would need to drill a well.

HOA: None

Closest Towns

Kingman, Az:

Distance: Approximately 22 miles southeast of Chloride.

Description: The largest nearby city, offering essential services, amenities, and historical attractions like the Historic Route 66 Museum.

Dolan Springs, Az:

Distance: Approximately 25 miles northwest of Chloride.

Description: A small town known for its proximity to the Grand Canyon's western rim and access to recreational areas like Lake Mead.

Golden Valley, Az:

Distance: Approximately 28 miles south of Chloride.

Description: A residential community in the Sacramento Valley, providing a rural atmosphere with convenient access to nearby cities.

Bullhead City, Az:

Distance: Approximately 55 miles southwest of Chloride.

Description: Situated along the Colorado River, Bullhead City offers riverfront recreation, casinos, and proximity to Laughlin, Nevada.

Las Vegas, Nv:

Distance: Approximately 100 miles northwest of Chloride.

Description: A major city known for its entertainment, casinos, and cultural attractions, offering a diverse range of experiences.

Local Attractions

Black Mountains: Golden Valley is surrounded by the beautiful Black Mountains, offering scenic views and opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, and wildlife observation.

Colorado River: The Colorado River is not far from Golden Valley, providing opportunities for water-based activities such as fishing, boating, and kayaking.

Oatman Ghost Town: Just a short drive away, Oatman is a historic ghost town known for its Wild West atmosphere, burros that roam the streets, and old-timey shops. Visitors can also enjoy gunfight reenactments and exploring the town's history.

Hualapai Mountain Park: Located nearby, Hualapai Mountain Park offers hiking trails, camping sites, and picnic areas amidst beautiful mountain scenery. It's a great spot for outdoor recreation and enjoying nature.

Kingman: Golden Valley is close to the city of Kingman, which offers additional attractions including the Historic Route 66 Museum, Mohave Museum of History and Arts, and the Desert Diamond Distillery where you can take a tour and sample locally made spirits.

Grand Canyon Skywalk: While it's a bit of a drive, the Grand Canyon Skywalk is a unique attraction where visitors can walk out over the Grand Canyon on a glass-bottomed platform, providing breathtaking views of one of the natural wonders of the world.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Another nearby attraction is Lake Mead, which offers opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming, and hiking along its shores.

Ghost Towns: Golden Valley is surrounded by several ghost towns, remnants of Arizona's mining history. Exploring these ghost towns can provide a glimpse into the past and offer unique photography opportunities.

Local Events: Depending on the time of year, Golden Valley and the surrounding areas may host various events such as festivals, rodeos, and fairs, providing opportunities to experience local culture and entertainment.

Stargazing: With its clear desert skies, Golden Valley is an excellent location for stargazing. You can enjoy the beauty of the night sky and perhaps even catch a glimpse of meteor showers or celestial events.

Discover Golden Valley, Az

Visit Local Landmarks: Start your exploration by visiting local landmarks such as the Black Mountains, which offer scenic views and outdoor activities like hiking and wildlife observation. Explore areas like the Hualapai Mountain Park for more outdoor adventure opportunities.

Learn about Local History: Dive into the town's history by visiting historical sites and museums. Check out places like Oatman Ghost Town, which provides insight into the region's mining history and the Wild West era. You can also visit the Historic Route 66 Museum in nearby Kingman to learn about the area's connection to this iconic highway.

Attend Community Events: Keep an eye out for community events happening in Golden Valley and nearby towns. These events could include festivals, fairs, rodeos, and cultural celebrations. Attending such events can give you a taste of local culture and traditions.

Explore Outdoor Recreation: Golden Valley is surrounded by natural beauty, so take advantage of outdoor recreational activities like fishing, boating, kayaking, and picnicking along the Colorado River and at Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Connect with Locals: Engage with local residents and businesses to learn more about the town's hidden gems, favorite eateries, and unique attractions. Locals can provide valuable insights and recommendations for places to visit and things to do in Golden Valley.

Experience Stargazing: Golden Valley's clear desert skies make it an ideal location for stargazing. Consider joining a stargazing tour or simply find a spot away from city lights to admire the night sky.

Enjoy Local Cuisine: Explore the local dining scene to sample regional specialties and flavors. Look for restaurants and cafes that serve Southwestern cuisine or visit roadside diners for classic American fare.

Stay Active: Take advantage of the town's recreational facilities, such as parks, trails, and sports complexes, to stay active and enjoy the outdoors.

Connect with Nature: Golden Valley is surrounded by natural landscapes, so take time to connect with nature by exploring hiking trails, birdwatching spots, and scenic viewpoints.

Capture Memories: Don't forget to bring your camera or smartphone to capture the beauty of Golden Valley and create lasting memories of your exploration.

Nearby Attractions

Kingman, Arizona: Located about 20 miles northeast of Golden Valley, Kingman offers various attractions including the Historic Route 66 Museum, Mohave Museum of History and Arts, and the Desert Diamond Distillery. Visitors can also explore downtown Kingman's historic district with its shops, restaurants, and galleries.

Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Approximately 50 miles northwest of Golden Valley, Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers numerous outdoor recreational opportunities. Visitors can enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, and camping amidst stunning Desert Landscapes and the expansive waters of Lake Mead.

Hualapai Mountain Park: Situated about 35 miles southeast of Golden Valley, Hualapai Mountain Park is a scenic recreation area offering hiking trails, picnic areas, and camping facilities amidst the Hualapai Mountains. The park provides opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, wildlife viewing, and enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

Oatman Ghost Town: Located approximately 40 miles east of Golden Valley, Oatman is a historic ghost town famous for its Wild West atmosphere, resident burros, and quirky shops. Visitors can explore the town's historic buildings, watch gunfight reenactments, and enjoy scenic views along the historic Route 66.

Colorado River: The Colorado River runs near Golden Valley, offering opportunities for outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, kayaking, and rafting. Several access points along the river provide opportunities for recreation and enjoying the scenic beauty of the surrounding Desert Landscape.

Laughlin, Nevada: Situated approximately 60 miles northwest of Golden Valley, Laughlin is a popular resort destination known for its casinos, entertainment venues, and outdoor recreational activities. Visitors can enjoy gaming, live entertainment, dining, and water sports along the Colorado River.

Directions to Land

Head southwest on US-93 S toward US-93 S

3.6 mi

Turn left onto Desert Sam Rd

1.5 mi

Slight left onto Co Hwy 125

1.1 mi

Continue straight

0.1 mi

Turn left

0.3 mi

Continue onto Mayer Rd

The destination will be on the right

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