Mohave County is America's fifth largest county geographically, and Arizona's fastest growing. Mohave County is a very large and diverse area, with over 1,000 miles of recreational shoreline along the Colorado River and its lakes. Elevations range from 500 feet at Lake Havasu City to over 8,000 feet at the tops of the pine covered Hualapai mountains. Keep in mind that less than 10% of Mohave County is available for private ownership, since most of the lands are held by the state and federal governments and the indian reservations. With its ideal year round climate and close proximity to the Los Angeles Basin, Las Vegas and Phoenix, Mohave County is assured steady growth and continued prosperity. A prime location and limited availability means that there is no better time to buy land than right now!


Located along the northern and western boundaries of Mohave County is the Colorado River, Lake Havasu, Lake Mohave and Lake Mead. From Lake Mead boats can venture up the Colorado River many miles into the Lower Granite Gorge of the Grand Canyon. No one can possibly describe the feeling and scenic beauty of seeing the Grand Canyon "from the bottom up." Along the banks of the Colorado River just south of Lake Mohave is the town of Laughlin, Nevada. Laughlin boasts 10 of the finest hotel-casino's anywhere. Fishing, boating, sailing, skiing, camping, gaming or just relaxing, it's all available along the Colorado River.


The city of Kingman is nestled between the Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain ranges near the center of Mohave County. The breathtaking views are unmatched. A quiet town of 35,000 people, it has a growing list of companies that have located here that has made Kingman a regional trade and service center for northwest Arizona. It is a charming old pioneer town known for its association with Historic Route 66. At 3,300 feet elevation Kingman has an ideal year round climate that attracts people from all over the country.


Lake Havasu City is a picturesque town of 40,000 people on the shores of Lake Havasu. In town you can take a leisurely stroll across the London Bridge, enjoy waterside shopping in an old English village, play golf, tennis or almost every kind of watersport imaginable. Lake Havasu City is a fun place to play.


Yucca is a small friendly town located on Interstate 40 between Kingman and the Colorado River. It was named for the abundance of desert yucca plants that inhabit the area.


Grand Canyon-South Rim: The worlds leading wonder, 277 miles long and one mile deep. It was carved over millions of years by the Colorado River. 

Grand Canyon West & Skywalk:  Take a walk on a glass bottom platform 4,800 feet above the Colorado River on the west rim of the Grand Canyon.  There's nothing in the world like it.

Grand Canyon Caverns: Elevators take visitors 210 feet under ground for a tour through caverns formed 300 million years ago. Also, camping and hiking trails.

Chloride:  A living ghost town. Chloride is one of the oldest communities in the county still in existence. Lots of events during the year, including old west gunfights on Saturdays.

Golf: There are several golf courses to choose from within an hours drive from the property.

Lakes: Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, Lake Havasu and the Colorado River are great for camping, fishing and all kinds of watersports. Just 30 to 90 minutes from the property.

Stagecoach Trails Guest Ranch:  This handicapped accessible family run guest ranch is near the base of the Mohave Mountains. It blends the "old west with the new" for an unforgettable western experience.

Hoover Dam:  One of the seven man-made wonders of the world, Hoover Dam offers interactive exhibits, tours and views of Black Canyon.

Oatman:  Enjoy authentic old west charm as wild burros roam the streets looking for handouts. Browse the shops, see gunfights in the street.

Hualapai Mountain Park:  This ponderosa pine forest is home to mule deer, elk, fox, raccoons and eagles. The park covers more than 2,200 acres of hiking trails. Campsites and cabins are available.

Ghost Towns:  With a rich mining history dating back to the mid 1800's, mohave county has an abundance of  old gold, silver and copper mine sites and ruins waiting to be explored.

Route 66:  From Seligman to Topock, through the heart of Mohave County, exists the longest unbroken stretch of  Route 66. Cruise down memory lane on "The Mother Road."

Rockhounding:  Collect fire opal or join a local gold prospecting club. Visit Quartzsite during Jan. or Feb. for the annual rock, gem & mineral shows. 

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