ATV & Offroading

Rent an ATV or RZR and hit the dunes near Yuma, Arizona.

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Specialty Tours & Dinners

From unique Date Night dinners, to interactive military tours at YPG, Visit Yuma hosts a variety of tours and dinners showcasing Yuma's agriculture, history, and more.

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The true Southwest awaits you. Come immerse yourself in our rich culture and heritage, rooted in centuries of history. Soak in our blue skies and sun that shines 310 days a year — perfect for outdoor excursions. Plan for Sunny and Warm in Yuma, Arizona.


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Wall City: Painting for the People

Arizona Historical Society

224 Downtown Market

Desert Olive Farms

Art Trails

Mountain Shadows Artists Association

Date Night Dinners

Imperial Date Garden

Going to Mexico

Getting to the Los Algodones port of entry is just a quick jaunt, a few miles to the west of Yuma. San Luis Rio Colorado in Sonora is a much bigger city to the south of Yuma.

Specialty Tours and Dinners

Visit Yuma puts on several types of specialty tours and dinners each year, to give visitors deeper looks into several aspects of life in Yuma.

Farmers Markets

Visit Yuma's Ag to Art Markets bring together Yuman farmers and artists to showcase their passion and educate the public on all things agriculture and art.

Get Our Visitors Guide

Enjoy Yuma’s desert scenery and rugged mountains under the starry nights and discover the vast opportunities of exploration during the day. Find exactly what you need to plan your stay in Yuma!


Why Yuma is the Winter Destination for Snowbirds; A Full Itinerary Built to Experience Yuma

Yuma, Arizona is the ideal city to visit for the winter season. Known as the Sunniest City on Earth, Yuma offers temperate winter weather, perfect for snowbirds to escape the snow and freezing temperatures from back East. Nestled between Phoenix, Arizona and San Diego, California on the I-8, Yuma is