Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens In the heart of historic Yuma is the charming 19th-century adobe home of E. F. Sanguinetti (1867-1945). This quaint home is now an Arizona Historical Society museum chronicling Sanguinetti’s life story, as the Merchant Prince of Yuma.
The Yuma East Wetlands Conservation Areais within the State of Arizona, in Reach 6 of the LCR MSCP planning area, adjacent to River Mile 31. The site is located within the main stem of the Colorado River, near downtown Yuma, on lands owned by the City of Yuma, Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, and Arizona Game and Fish Commission.
Fort Yuma was a fort in California located in Imperial County, across the Colorado River from Yuma, Arizona. It was on the Butterfield Overland Mail route from 1858 until 1861 and was abandoned May 16, 1883, and transferred to the Department of the Interior.
At the end of Madison Avenue in Historic Downtown Yuma. With the shade provided by the freeway bridge, the river beach is a popular swimming spot in the summer. There’s a sandy beach for castle building, picnic ramadas, restrooms – and an outdoor shower to rinse off before you leave.
The Ocean To Ocean Bridge is a through truss bridge spanning the Colorado River in Yuma, Arizona. Built in 1915, it was the first highway crossing of the lower Colorado and is the earliest example of a through truss bridge in Arizona. It is also the only example of a Pennsylvania truss within Arizona.
This park located close to the Colorado River features picnic tables, barbecues, a ramada, and restrooms. It is also located next to the Riverside Cottage Outdoor Education Center. This cottage has a small open area classroom/meeting room. The center is located north of Riverside Park and is within walking distance to the Colorado River.
Rockwood Heading map, photos, satellite view and comments. Rockwood Heading is a Cape in Imperial County, CA with an elevation of 112 feet, or 34 meters above sea level. A satellite image of the Rockwood Heading area in Imperial County, CA. Click the map image to see more detail and to pan and zoom.
Roxaboxen Park 2nd Avenue & 8th Street Roxaboxen Park is unique to Yuma and was inspired by the internationally known children’s book Roxaboxen, written by Alice McLerran about her mother, MarionDoan’s childhood memories of growing up in Yuma in the early 1900's.
This 5‐acre neighborhood park is surrounded by residential development and Woodard Junior High School. The facility provides open space and field area for team practice. This park features three Ramadas, a large playground, lighted volleyball courts, horseshoes, picnic areas, restrooms and large open play space.
The 110‐acre West Wetlands Park is a jewel and beloved by the citizens of Yuma. The 30 acres of the “lower bench” are restored with native trees and grasses, and an additional 30 acres of the “upper bench” are developed with a lake, picnic ramadas, parking, lighting, and landscaping.
Yuma Territory Live Steamers makes the front page of the Yuma Sun. Click here to view it! The new bridge has been installed! Click here for photos! The Yuma Territory Live Steamers is a 1/8 scale railroad club. We now have 3000 feet of track in Riverside Park and plan to expand to about 7000 feet.