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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at Bullhead City, AZ?

Best Amenities in Bullhead City, AZ

The above reveals the top rental amenities and the property numbers associated with each of them in Bullhead City. In Bullhead City, 206 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 201 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 197 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Air Conditioning during your vacation, use the Air Conditioning filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Garden or Backyard, Pets Friendly.

How Does The Vacation Home Rental Price Look Like in Bullhead City, AZ?

Vacation House & Condo Rental Price Information in Bullhead City, AZ

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Bullhead City has the largest percentage (15.31%) of homes in $50 - $100 price range.
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What Are The Most Liked Rental Accommodations in Bullhead City, AZ?
Most Picked Accommodations in Bullhead City, AZ
In Bullhead City, 71.63% of listings are House, which is the most popular accommodation out of 9 total accommodation types. Avg price per night for House is around $271. And the most searched amenities for House accommodation is Hot Tub.The least popular accommodation in Bullhead City is Bungalow rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Pets Allowed in Bullhead City, AZ?
Pets Allowed vs Not Allowed in Bullhead City, AZ
27.91% of vacation homes in Bullhead City are pet friendly. Make sure you select the pet friendly home filter when you are going to bring your pet(s) for the upcoming vacation.
Where Should We Visit in Bullhead City, AZ Area?
Tourist Attractions In Bullhead City, AZ

When you have only limited times to spend in Bullhead City, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Must-Visit Trails in Bullhead City, AZ?
Best Trails In Bullhead City, AZ
If you like outdoor activities, we highly recommend you to visit those famous trails: Thumb Butte Trail, Secret Pass , Sleeping Princess, Mojave Road, Grapevine Canyon Trail, Backway to Oatman, Caliche Warm Spring, Camp Beale Loop, Monolith Garden Trail, Topock Gorge.
Any RV Campgrounds in Bullhead City, AZ?
Most Visited Campgrounds In Bullhead City, AZ
The best RV campgrounds here in Bullhead City are: Lake Havasu Shoreline Sites, Packsaddle Campground, Windy Point Campground, Windy Point Campground, Laughlin / Avi Casino KOA, Needles KOA, Kingman KOA, Black Canyon Group and Equestrian Campground, Hole-in-the-Wall Campground, Mid-Hills Campground.
What are the activities in Bullhead City, AZ that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Scooter’s Family Fun Center offers a wide variety of activities for families. Try your hand at mini-golf on two different courses or enjoy the newly opened kid track for those under 58” tall. There is also an adult track. Eight batting cages are available to help you get ready for next season or just see how far you can hit the ball. Scooters are located at 2750 Miracle Mile.

Off-road motorsports are another fun family activity. There are many rental companies that will allow you to rent an ATV or motorbike to travel around the many trails in the area. Try your hand at Chloride Mine Trails, Hualapai ATV Trail, Standard Wash, or the Crossroads OHV area.

Rent a jet ski, canoe, or kayak to take a ride around the river. There are many businesses that rent canoes, kayaks, and jet skis that will suit your entire family. Get close to nature as you guide a canoe or kayak through the many streams and creeks in the area or take care of your “need for speed” by bouncing across the river on a jet ski.

Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort Car Museum allows you to view some of the founders of Laughlin’s personal car collection. It is located on two different floors and not only includes cars owned by Laughlin but also other collectors as well.

What are the must-visit places in Bullhead City, AZ?
Must See Attractions

The Colorado River travels more than a thousand miles, starting in the Rockies and ending at the Sea of Cortez. It provides irrigation, hydroelectric power, and water to many areas in Arizona, California, and Nevada. In Bullhead City, the river is where many people go to relax, whether they are boating, fishing, or taking a dip during warm weather. You can view the river on the Heritage Trail in Rotary Park, watching recreational boaters traverse the water.

Featuring a large collection of pottery, photographs, Indian artifacts, memorabilia, and antiques, the Colorado River Museum brings the past to life. Operated by the Colorado River Historical Society, the museum is housed in a former Catholic Church in Laughlin. Enjoy their extensive collection of maps and learn more about the steamboats that were once prevalent on the river. When you enter the museum, you are greeted by a statue of Don Laughlin, founder of the town. There is also an outdoor exhibit with a replica of the Katherine gold mine. Kids will love the intricate model train display that includes a model of the motel that Mr. Laughlin purchased in 1966. The museum can be found at 2201 Highway 68.

Located at 1776 Arizona State Route 95 in Bullhead City, Hardyville Pioneer Cemetery is the most significant remnant of Hardyville which was the name used for Bullhead City in the early 19th century, named after William Hardy. The mining industry created a population boom in areas surrounding Hardyville. When a railroad was constructed from Needles, California to Kingman, Arizona, a town almost 40 miles away, Hardyville became a ghost town.

Arizona Veterans Memorial Park, located at 2170 Rio Grande Road, is a stunning tribute to those who served in the Armed Forces. The north section is on Rio Grande Road and contains panels with the names of every Arizonian who died in military conflicts. The south section holds an eternal flame surrounded by green space. It is an amazing place to contemplate the sacrifices made by others for freedom and to gain an understanding of history related to the conflicts that took the lives of so many.

Oatman, Arizona, began as a mining tent camp more than a century ago and soon became a gold mining center in the area after two miners struck $10 million in gold. Within a year, the town had grown to a population of 3,500, served by a rail line between 1903 and 1905 that ran 17 miles to Needles, California. In 1921, the fire burned down many small shacks and in 1924, the mining company shut down operations. The town became a tourist stop for those traveling on Route 66 until the construction of Interstate 40 in the 1960s which almost destroyed the town. Today, however, the town boasts 128 residents and almost as many burros who roam the streets. The Oatman Mine Museum allows you to walk a short distance into a former mining shaft and you can visit a replica Wild West saloon. Twice each day a comedy “gunfight” is held in the center of town and you can learn about Olive Oatman, the town’s namesake, who legend has was kidnapped by the Apache people, traded to the Mohave and later rescued not far from the town. Oatman is about a half hour drive from Bullhead City.

The Grapevine Canyon Petroglyphs, which are prehistoric rock carvings, are located on Spirit Mountain in the Grapevine Canyon. Known as Christmas Tree Pass, the petroglyphs extend through the canyon. A graded, dirt road runs through the canyon which is rich with wildlife and petroglyphs. A short hike up the canyon there is a spring that allows certain plants to grow there. The area is considered sacred to Native Americans in Southern Nevada.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Bullhead City, AZ?
Hidden Gems

The River Passage Water Taxi, a family-owned and operated business, offers pontoon rides from the docks of the casinos located along the Riverwalk. The taxis were originally owned by the casinos, but rising fuel and insurance costs led them to discontinue the use. The taxis were sold to a local businessman in 1992 and they travel to the various casinos with the purchase of a low-cost ticket.

Katherine’s Landing sits on the deep blue water of Lake Mohave and is just a short, nine-mile drive from the center of Bullhead City. Here, you can enjoy boating, wakeboarding, water skiing, kayaking, and fishing for largemouth, smallmouth, and striper. There are stunning beaches where you can relax in the sun, taking a dip in the cooling waters of the lake. There are a fully stocked marina store, fuel dock, and boat repair shop. Lodging, camping, and dining are also available. Katherine’s Landing is located at 2690 East Katherine Spur Road in Bullhead City.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Bullhead City, AZ?
Local Events & Festivals

Held at Davis Camp in May, the Woodstock Blues Festival brings great music to the town of Bullhead City. In addition to wonderful live music, including Amanda Fish, Jason Robert Band, Diana Rein, and more, two Gold Dust guitars will be raffled at the event.

The Bullhead City Kiwanis Gun, Knife, and Collectables Show are held in April at the Bullhead Chamber of Commerce. The show offers firearms, ammo, knives, coins, and other collectibles. All federal, state, and local firearms laws are strictly obeyed.

The Family Fun Festival is held in October in Rotary Park by the Fire Pit. There are many family-friendly activities offered, including a pumpkin carving contest, best family costume contest, cupcake walk, and s’mores. There has also been a professional fall photoshoot option available. Vendors, including food and craft, are also on hand.

What are the nightlife spots in Bullhead City, AZ?
Nightlife Spots

Lazy Harry’s Sunshine Saloon, located at 2170 Rio Grande Road in Bullhead is a local favorite. The bar features dollar bills covering almost every available surface and it has a decidedly “dive bar” feel. There is a boat ramp with easy access to the river and a deck overlooking the water. The restaurant is under new ownership who is performing renovations on the bar. Menu items include sandwiches, wings, breakfast, and more. There is a full bar with a wide range of beer, wine, and cocktails. Their specialty cocktails include margaritas, Bloody Mary’s, mimosas, and Irish coffee. There is also live music on occasion.

The Bearded Gentleman Pub and Grill is a pub and grill offering 20 craft beer taps, a jukebox, a full bar, and delicious food. They offer beer pairing events which include a four-course meal paired with four craft beers. There is live entertainment on occasion as well. The pub is located at 1884 AZ-95.

Gold Digger’s Nightclub has what they call a simple formula – drinks+music+dancing. The best DJs in the area spin music from the 90s and beyond. Located in the Golden Nugget Casino. Gold Digger offers an unforgettable night out. There is bottle service available with their VIP booth and they offer both karaoke on Wednesdays as well as line dancing on Fridays.

All of the casinos in the area offer some sort of nightlife. Choose from Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort, Regency, Riverside Docks, Aquarius, Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall, Golden Nugget Laughlin, Harrah’s Laughlin, Avi, Edgewater, and more. Try your hand at table games, slots, or just enjoy a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants or a cocktail at some of the fun bars.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Bullhead City, AZ?
Art & Culture Places

Mohave Museum of History & Arts, located on West Beale Street in Kingman, about 45 minutes from Bullhead City, provides a strong background in the history of the Colorado River region. There is an exhibit that displays portraits of former presidents and their wives as well as others that provide details about the region’s history as well as about the Native American people who called the area home.

Laughlin Labyrinths are a collection of nine stone designs and mazes that require a short hike tor each. The intricate designs and natural beauty around them is a welcome break from the big casinos in the area. It is important to heed warning signs as some are close to private property.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Bullhead City, AZ?
Trip Planning

If you only have one day to spend in Bullhead City, spend it on the river. Rent a jet ski, canoe, or boat to enjoy excellent views of the shoreline. You can relax on the sandy beach with a good book or take a stroll along the Heritage Trail for beautiful views of the river.

A two-day excursion is better, however. On the first day, enjoy breakfast at the Black Bear Diner then spend the day on the river. Enjoy lunch at Oriol’s Mexican Restaurant, then visit the Colorado River Museum and Hardyville Pioneer Cemetery. Cool off with an ice cream treat at La Rosa De Michoacan Ice Cream before wandering to the Arizona Veteran’s Memorial Park. Have dinner at Mohave Steakhouse and finish up with cocktails at Lazy Harry’s Sunshine Saloon. 

The second day, start with breakfast at Lizzy’s Kitchen before traveling to Oatman for the morning. When you return, grab lunch at the Coyote Café before spending the afternoon at Scooter’s Family Fun. Take a water taxi and try your hand at the casinos along the river. Have dinner in the luxurious Gourmet Room at the Riverside Casino. End the night with cocktails at The Bearded Gentleman.

How to get around in Bullhead City, AZ?

The closest airport to Bullhead City, Arizona, is the Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport which is capable of handling larger planes. The airport is just ten minutes from the Bullhead city center. You could use a rideshare or a taxi to get to your destination. However, renting a car is the preferred option so that you can visit the many attractions in the area.

If you rent a car, you will want to leave the airport by traveling southeast on Civic Way and taking the first left. Turn left on South Casino Drive, turn right onto State Road 163/NV-163 and follow it for about a tenth of a mile. You will cross the Arizona border. NV-163 becomes Laughlin Bridge Road which then becomes Bullhead Parkway. Follow that for about two miles into the Bullhead City area.

What are the travel peak seasons in Bullhead City, AZ?
Peak Seasons

The average daily temperature in Bullhead City is:

  • January – low of 42F (5C); high of 64F (18C)
  • February – low of 44F (7C); high of 70F (21C)
  • March – low of 48F (9C); high of 78F (26C)
  • April – low of 54F (12C); high of 87F (31C)
  • May – low of 63F (17C); high of 96F (36C)
  • June – low of 71F (22C); high of 106F (41C)
  • July – low of 78F (26C); high of 110F (43C)
  • August – low of 78F (26C); high of 108F (42C)
  • September – low of 70F (21C); high of 101F (38C)
  • October – low of 58F (14C); high of 89F (32C)
  • November – low of 48F (9C); high of 74F (23C)
  • December – low of 41F (5C); high of 63F (17C)

There is an average of just 11 rainy days each year in Bullhead City with January, February and March considered the wettest months.

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