Bullhead City is located in Arizona's west-central Mohave County, on the east bank of the Colorado River near the juncture of Arizona, California and Nevada. It is the sister city to the popular gaming community of Laughlin, Nevada.
Bullhead City is a rapidly growing community of close to 40,000 residents nestled along the beautiful blue waters of the Colorado River. The year-round sunshine makes it perfect for families, retirees and vacationers.
There is so much to do here. The Colorado Rriver and nearby Lake Mohave are great for water sports and boast some fo the nation's best sportfishing. For more than 15 years the area held a world record for the largest freshwater striped bass ever caught!
At 540 feet above sea level it has the classic low desert climate with extremely low relative humidity and very high summer temperatures. Winters are perfect for the snowbirds with the year-round sunshine that makes it perfect for families, retirees and vacationers.
Water sports on the Colorado River and Lake Mohave, where you can take an exciting spin on a personal watercraft, or a leisurely cruise aboard your choice of several Colorado River tour boats.
Trophy fishing for bass, trout, and other species in the Colorado River between Davis Dam and Parker Dam and on the 67-mile long Lake Mohave is very popular. Tourism is a primary economic activity with plenty of golf courses available.
Affordable accommodations await. Select from over 12,000 hotel and motel rooms, or bring your RV and choose from thousands of full-hook-up campsites. You can even camp right at the water's edge. Bullhead City is truly an oasis in the desert. Come join the fun on the river.
History of Bullhead City
Bullhead City Government
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