Yuma is settled in a quiet, eclectic, and fun valley in southern Arizona. Yuma offers a climate which combines the desert heat with the cool water of the Colorado River. If you are into the off road world we have the imperial Sand Dunes no more than 15 Minutes away. If you are into culture we offer art galleries, traditional theatres, and museums from two different Tribal Nations. Not to mention we are 20 minutes from the Algadones Border for those who like to travel. Our clean air affords residents the luxury of playing Golf, hiking and biking through the mountains, and floating down the Colorado River. Most people who visit Yuma eventually return to live here permanently. This is why Money Magazine placed us as one of the top places to visit in the United States.
With Mild Winters, warm summers, and little rain to ruin a fun time Yuma has a lot to offer to anyone looking for a good time or to raise a family. Our rental market is prime. With a diverse inventory available it is a renters market. Contact Us today to learn more about the Yuma Market.
Opening in 1876 and closing 1909, this penitentiary housed many of Arizona's most dangerous and notorious criminals. After being closed the buildings were used for the fast-growing Yuma High School. This move gave the young school the popular mascot! The Criminal. Famed in movies, literature and television, the remains of the prison are now Arizona's most visited State Historic Park.
Golf Digest Magazine rated Yuma as the 7th best city
in the United States to play golf.
Located in the southeast corner of California, the Imperial Sand Dunes are the largest in the state. Formed by the windblown sands of the ancient Lake Cahuilla, the dunes are over 40 miles long and 5 miles wide. Largely known by off road enthusiasts as “The place to ride”, the dunes also offer beautiful and seemingly never ending scenery.