Mohave County Areas
The Mohave Valley is located on the Colorado River, at the western edge of Arizona. Bordered on the west by the states of Nevada and California, and on the east by the Black Mountains of Arizona in an area ideal for retirement. It's great Arizona living!

The Mohave Valley is located in what is generally referred to as the low desert, an area of warmth and sun, low relative humidity and scant rainfall. This virtually smog-free, dry and hot climate creates a very desirable environment for the residents of the area. Ideal for the relaxed retirement lifestyle of the southwest.

Millions and millions of acres of recreation area! Northwest Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon and many other parks, monuments and forests. Northwest Arizona is a vacation paradise. Water recreation is available on thousands of miles of fresh water shoreline.
The Grand Canyon is on almost every traveler's bucket list, it is the one great sight which every American should see. While it is not the deepest canyon in the world, it is unmatched throughout the world for the vistas it offers to visitors.

Over More than 4.3 million visitors see the canyon each year. Most visitors (90%) see the park from free shuttle buses or from their car at overlooks along the South Rim. The South Rim includes the historic Grand Canyon Village, the El Tovar Hotel, Verkamp's Visitor Center, The Mule Ride to Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon, Hermit Road, and Desert View Drive. The South Rim is open all year.

Grand Canyon National Park is the United States' 15th oldest national park. The park covers 1,217,262 acres (1,902 sq miles) of unincorporated area in Coconino and Mohave counties. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, the park is located in Northwest Arizona.

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