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Yuma Crossing State Historic Park


category : Railroad History
The Quartermaster Depot was authorized by Congress in 1865 and served the entire Southwest as a material transfer and distribution point for troops stationed at the outposts of the Arizona Territory.






Hours: Open 7 days a week, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except holidays.
Address: 210 North 4th Avenue
Phone: 928-329-0471

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Yuma Crossing State Historic Park

The Quartermaster Depot was authorized by Congress in 1865 and served the entire Southwest as a material transfer and distribution point for troops stationed at the outposts of the Arizona Territory.

Yuma, AZ Railroad History

St. Thomas Mission

Built on the grounds of the original Mission founded by Father Garces in 1780, the Mission is a reminder of the long history of the Quechan Indian Nation and Yuma. The present Catholic Mission Church was built in 1922

Yuma, AZ Historic Churches

Yuma River Tours

A narrated jet boat tour is a great way to learn about the history of the Colorado River, as well as sight a variety of birds and wildlife, and view historical Indian Petroglyphs.

Yuma, AZ Tours

Desert Hills Municipal Golf Course

Rated by Golf Digest as Arizona's top municipal golf course, Desert Hills will test any handicapper's skils with its 18 hole, par 72

Yuma, AZ Golf Courses

Yuma Landing

The first plane to land on Arizona soil dropped out of the sky into a ball park between 1st and 3rd Streets on 4th Avenue, October 25, 1911. Robert G. "Bob" Fowler was flying a Wright model B, 30

Yuma, AZ Monuments

Things to do Railroad History near Yuma, AZ

Yuma Crossing State Historic Park

The Quartermaster Depot was authorized by Congress in 1865 and served the entire Southwest as a material transfer and distrib...