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Parker Dam

Parker Dam spans the Colorado River between Arizona and California, 155 miles downstream from Hoover Dam. Built between 1934 and 1938 by the Bureau of Reclamation, Parker Dam is operated with Hoover and Davis Dams to bring water and power benefits to residents of the lower Colorado River Basin.

Parker, AZ Landmarks

Palm Canyon Trail

Perhaps the only native palm trees in Arizona are tucked away in narrow, rugged canyons on the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. The Palm Canyon Trail is a short hike and takes you near a stand of these unique plants, called California fan palms, Washingtonia filifera.

Quartzsite, AZ Natural Attractions


Kofa National Wildlife Refuge

Kofa National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1939 and is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The refuge encompasses 665,400 acres of pristine desert that is home to the desert bighorn sheep and the California palm, the only native palm in Arizona.

Quartzsite, AZ Wildlife Refuges

Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) Museum and Library

The Colorado River Indian Reservation is unique in the sense that it is occupied by four (4) distinct tribal groups:

Parker, AZ Museums


Poston Memorial Monument

This monument marks the site of the Poston War Relocation Center where 17,867

Parker, AZ Monuments

Emerald Canyon Golf Course

This is the most fascinating and unusual Golf Course you'll ever play, often referred to as the "Jewel in the Desert"

Parker, AZ Golf Courses

BlueWater Resort and Casino

Las Vegas fun is available in Parker at the BlueWater Resort and Casino, a gaming enterprise of the Colorado River Indian Tribes. The theme of the Resort is "The Lost City". All 200 rooms, of which 10 are suites, has a beautiful view of the Colorado River while looking down at the marina with 164

Parker, AZ Casinos

Grave of Hi Jolly

There is an scattering of old landmarks around Quartzsite, but the big attraction is the grave of Hadji Ali (Hi Jolly), the Arab camel driver. In 1935, the Governor of Arizona dedicated the pyramid, which marks his gravesite. This pyramid is one of the most visited spots in the southwest.

Quartzsite, AZ Cemeteries

Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

With its majestic rock cliffs; its ribbon of cool water running through classic Sonoran Desert; and its cattail-filled marsh harboring rails and waterfowl, Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge offers a little bit of something for both wildlife and people.This 6,105

Parker, AZ Wildlife Refuges

Tyson's Well Stage Station Museum

The original abode stage station was built in 1866

Quartzsite, AZ Museums

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