Towns Of Mohave County
Bullhead City is located in Arizona's west-central Mohave County, on the east bank of the Colorado River near the juncture of Arizona, California and Nevada. It is the sister city to the popular gaming community of Laughlin, Nevada which is just across the river. Bullhead City is a rapidly growing community nestled along the beautiful blue waters of the Colorado River.
The City of Kingman is in a broad valley between the pine-forested Hualapai Mountain on the east, and the rugged Cerbat and Black Mountain ranges on the west. Kingman offers the best of Arizona's high desert lifestyle. You will like Kingman, No Wildfires, No Earthquakes, No Tornadoes, No Volcanoes, No Hurricanes, No Mudslides, No Flooding, No Sink Holes, Rare Snow that usually melts by noon, No Ice or Bitter Winter Weather. Kingman Also Has Great Fire & Police Protection.
Lake Havasu City, population 52,000+, is the largest city in in Mohave County, Arizona, United States. The City of Lake Havasu is well known for The London Bridge, originally built in 1831 and imported from England in 1968. It spans an artificial channel separating the mainland from a peninsula now known as Havasu Island.
It's an Arizona Secret, a "living ghost town" with ancient petroglyphs, adventure at every turn, cool wildlife and interesting shopping. It is a great getaway from it all vacation. Chloride is known as the "Gem of the Cerbats.

There are trails that appeal to ATVs, horses, jeeps, hikers and ore. This is a great place to come and explore. Chloride is located in the foothills of the Cerbat Mountains and is hard to beat.
Nestled at the foot of Mt. Tipton in the Cerbat Mountains on a gentle slope with an elevaton of 3400 feet, Dolan Springs, population 2,043 people, is surrounded by the unspoiled beauty of the high desert with no air polution, with an abundance of sunshine with unbelievable sunsets & sunrises, mild year round climate and friendly residents. The scenery is spectacular with colorful mountains.

It is surrounded by the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, a federally administered National Park. Lake Mead has over 1000 miles of beach and shore line. At Lake Mead there is year round fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, and marinas.

Fort Mohave is a community in Mohave County, Arizona. It is named for a nearby fort that was used during the Mohave War. As of the census of 2010, the population of Fort Mohave was 14,364 with a land area of 33.58 square miles. Its recent growth has made it the most populous unincorporated community in Mohave County.

Many neighborhoods in Fort Mohave are built on man-made lakes, golf courses, and mesas with majestic mountain views. There is affordable housing in all price ranges, from the executive to the young family, singles and retirees.  There is a home for everyone with a strong family atmosphere.

Golden Valley is surrounded by the Cerbat, and Black Mountain ranges. Situated in the midst of the breathtaking natural scenic beauty between the Cerbat and Black mountain ranges, you will find the sunny skies of the old west and the sunbelt lifestyle.

Golden Valley offers a central location with easy access to Laughin, Las Vegas, fishing and water sports, more hiking than you can ever get done, all in affordable housing.

Meadview, the best kept secret in northwest Arizona is located on the Arizona side of Lake Mead, at the extreme western end of the Grand Canyon National Park. Perched on the Grapevine Mesa, a high desert plateau with elevations around 4,000', and just south of Lake Mead. It has access to Lake Mead, the largest man made lake in the United States.
White Hills is an unincorporated community in Mohave County, Arizona, United States. The White Hills form the eastern boundary of the Detrital Valley along U.S. Highway 93 in northwestern Arizona. From some locations that are views of of Mt Charleston in Las Vegas.
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