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Yuma Arizona
377 South Main Street, Suite #102
Yuma, Arizona 85364
Voice: 800-293-0071

Yuma, with a population of over 100,000, sits at the confluence of Arizona's two longest rivers, the Colorado and the Gila. Yuma has been given the distinction of being the 7th best golf city in America by Golf Digest and is also one of only two places west of the Mississippi to be declared by Congress as a National Heritage Area. Yuma's perfect climate and lots of recreation make it a great vacation destination. An abundance of fine restaurants and accommodations will help to ensure that you enjoy your visit. Twelve public golf courses, recreational opportunities on the Colorado River and several nearby wildlife refuges, a territorial prison and the historic downtown district are just a few of the things that will keep you from getting bored while you are here.



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