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Hospitality Industry

Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Yuma, Arizona area.

Yuma -- a historic community amid southern Arizona’s Yuma and Gila valleys -- embraces the Colorado River, desert sun, and mountain vistas. Paradise Casino, Yuma’s only 24-hour haven for slots, bingo and Keno, also has a 24-hour restaurant and bar, with a shuttle service. Cultural and scenic attractions, lush golf courses, tennis, and assorted restaurant and shopping options serve as magnets. Attactions include the 660-acre Adair Park, with rifle, pistol and archery ranges. Yuma Territorial Prison State Park, operated as a prison between 1876 and 1909 and as a high school for a few years after that. Yuma Crossing State Historic Park, served as a distribution point for troops stationed at Arizona Territory outposts. Roxaboxen Park -- memorializing Alice McLerran’s children’s story -- showcases Roxaboxenite fun growing up in Yuma and creating a town of rocks, boxes, and imagination. Other attractions include the Arizona Historical Society’s Century House Museum in one of Yuma’s oldest buildings and St. Thomas Mission on ground of the original 1789 mission.

From October through March, the Yuma Valley Railway train runs two-hour narrated tours along a Colorado River route featuring wildlife and wetlands. The family owned Yuma River Tours provides day trips, canoe trips, photo safaris and jet boat action, and the Colorado King Sternwheeler provides lunch or dinner cruises. Yuma Landing, the Fourth Avenue site of the where the first plane -- a Wright model B biplane known as the Cole Flyer -- landed in Arizona on October 25, 1911, also is marked by the Yuma Landing Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other restaurants include Britain Farms Chuckwagon & Steakhouse, with entertainment and an antique museum, La Fonda Mexican Food, Cia Bella Ristorante Italiano, and India House. For gifts and tours, the Peanut Patch sells fudge, candies, and nuts grown from the Yuma Mesa. Cocopah Indian Museum has a gift shop with tribal beadwork, art, and crafts.

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Area Facts: The Colorado River Crossing Balloon Festival is held in Yuma each November. The local area code for Yuma is 928.

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