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Follow Me To Yuma

As temperatures cool down, Yuma’s winter visitor season is heating up with residents of northern climates starting to head south ahead of freezing weather and snowstorms. “There’s lots of rigs on the road,” reported Mike Green, owner of RV World, … Continue reading

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Arizona’s Big Hole

Camping inside of the park allows you to spend more time experiencing the magnificence of the Grand Canyon and less time driving back and forth. Camping Each side of Grand Canyon features at least one RV campground situated within the … Continue reading

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Lure of the Grand Canyon

No one knows for sure how the Grand Canyon came to be. Much of it was formed from rocks nearly two billion years old, and it was once a seabed. Seismic shifts and wind and water erosion continue to create … Continue reading

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The Magnificent Grand Canyon

The scale of Grand Canyon National Park in northern Arizona strains the vocabulary. A powerful and inspiring landscape, Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. It’s slightly ironic that the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World were all … Continue reading

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Yuma Named Sunniest Place in America

The sun is out and the weather is great, just like any other day in Yuma, Arizona. It should not surprise anyone that US News and World Report again named Yuma as the number one “sunniest place” in America to … Continue reading

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