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Kingman, Arizona

Kingman is located in northwestern Arizona and serves as the seat of Mohave County. The city is bordered on the east by the Hualapai Mountains and on the west by the Cerbat Mountains, creating spectacular scenic views from all points of town.Kingman Arizona is proud of its rich history and heritage, beginning as a simple railroad town and later a popular Route 66 stop. Kingman lies at the heart of the longest stretch of Historic Route 66 still in existence today. Trains, planes and automobiles are what built Kingman, and are still a big part of it today in its historic district, museums, and in its Route 66 nostalgia.The Historic Route 66 Fun Run, The International Route 66 Festival, and a multitude of car shows continue today.Kingman’s proximity to Nevada, California, the Colorado River region and several other large and small cities in Arizona, makes it the perfect home base.It’s just a short ride to the hustle and bustle of the big city, snow skiing, The Skywalk at Grand Canyon West, The Grand Canyon, The London Bridge, and more. Its elevation around 3400’ makes for a temperate year-round climate. The city is thriving and growing; yet, it still has a laidback, small town charm to it.The only thing missing is you!

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Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Lake Havasu City, located in the heart of the Colorado River, is the destination of millions of visitors each year who come to see the historic London Bridge. Lake Havasu City was established in 1963 as a self-sufficient planned community, was built with a strong infrastructure and continues to experience unprecedented growth.Lake Havasu came into being in 1938 when Parker Dam was constructed on the Colorado River. Lake Havasu is forty-five miles long with four hundred fifty miles of scenic shoreline, making it the perfect place for every type of water recreation.The London Bridge and its adjacent English Village are the focal points of a resort complex of shops, restaurants and lodging facilities. Close to a million visitors bring $75 million annually to the economy of Lake Havasu City.

Lake Havasu City has a safe, pollution-free family environment, free of city stress. A transportation hub, our location is within easy reach of Southern California, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Mexico.Our city has something to offer for everyone. It has a first class public school system, private schools and preschools, colleges and trade schools. The economic outlook is very good for finding employment. Recreational facilities, beaches, parks, four golf courses and over 100 restaurants provide entertainment for the very diverse population. Shopping in our city is a treat. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in Lake Havasu City, the accessibility to the metro areas of Phoenix, Los Angeles and Las Vegas widen your horizons tremendously. Housing is booming and there is a place for all income levels. Everyone from young families to retirees will feel at home in Lake Havasu City. Countless day-trips are provided by the many surrounding attractions that northern Arizona, Nevada, and nearby California have to offer.

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Bullhead City, Arizona

Bullhead City began as the headquarters for the Davis Dam and the Lake Mohave construction in the 1940’s.The Bullhead City area is a thriving river community that runs adjacent to the beautiful Colorado River.The communities consist of Bullhead City, Fort Mojave, and Mohave Valley. Bullhead City was incorporated as a city on August 28, 1984. Located in Mohave County, it is the 16th largest city in Arizona. Tourism is the primary economic activity. The Black Mountain Range is located to the east. Bullhead City borders the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.With its year-round sunshine, the city has one of the most favorable climates in the nation. Boating, golfing and outdoor activities are enjoyed by many. When the temperatures rise in the summer, one can always find a cool place along the Colorado River or nearby Lake Mohave, Lake Mead, or Lake Havasu. Laughlin, Nevada, across the river from Bullhead City is home to 11 major casino resort hotels and employs 14,000+ people, most of whom make their home in Bullhead City.Gaming, dining, entertainment and shopping make it a great area for everyone from recent graduates to retirees.The educational system and outdoor activities make it a wonderful place to raise a family.

Fort Mojave Indian Lands cover 22,820 acres in Arizona. The land is in Mohave County with 12 miles of the Colorado River running through it. The tribe has 1,000 members. The Mojave Indians known as the Pipa Aha Macave or “The People by the River” were the ancient occupants. In 1859 Fort Mojave was established to control the Mojave Indians.Today, the Mojave Indians are developing their land resources to boost the economy. A long-term lease for the development of a power plant, construction of several retail businesses, an R.V. Park and a golf course are mostly developed. The land is home to Avi Hotel and Casino on the Nevada side of the river.

Mohave Valley is the unincorporated area of Mohave County from Boundary Cone Road on the north extending south to the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge and from the Colorado River east. This smog-free, hot and dry climate is perfect for the residents of the area.

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Contact me today if you’d like to discuss any of these communities.  I’ve lived, worked, and played in Mohave County for 30 years.  I know you’ll love it too!

Gary Lott, Pattersons Executive Team at RE/MAX Prestige Properties