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Summer is a very special time in the desert southwest. Summer is known for being the hottest season on the planet sandwiched between the milder Spring and Fall. Yuma is world famous for our SUNSHINE. It is estimated we experience sunshine 90 percent of everyday between sunrise to sunset. Summer, which lasts for about 90 days each year, is our peak time for daylight and also provides shortened nights. During this time Mother Nature puts on a show in Yuma to celebrate this spectacular season.
Yuma’s sunrises and sunsets are breathtaking this time of year. Really, they are so vibrant describing them in this blog doesn’t do them justice. They are the most beautiful sight I have ever seen and no two are the same. Mother Nature paints the sky with a pallet of red, purple, orange and yellow. Yuma sunsets are the inspiration for art pieces, a photographers dream and writers motivation. Don’t miss tonight’s scheduled for 7:50 p.m.
Dads are so rad! Let’s show them how much we appreciate them this Father’s Day weekend. It is the one time of year we don’t drag Dad out of the house to do what the rest of the family desires. Instead, we plan a day just for our most special guy. Here are the...
Top 8 Things to do with DAD in Yuma this Father’s Day weekend!
- Foooooooooor Dad!
Get Dad up early and take him out on the GOLF COURSE. Getting him out on the course is the gift that keeps on giving because you and your special guy will get in a good amount of exercise. Yuma golf courses listed below have early morning tee times and HOT DEALS available during the summer season.
Desert Hills Golf
Desert Hills Par 3
Fortuna de Oro Resort Golf Course
Ironwood Golf Course
Las Barrancas Golf
Mesa Del Sol Golf Course
Westwind RV and Golf Resort
The unofficial start to summer is here and, in Yuma, the options are endless for you to get outside and celebrate the changing of seasons!
We are enjoying unusually mild weather, predicted in the high eighties for the weekend!
Originally published on JackAndGabExplore.com
As far as charming western towns go, Yuma should be #1 on your list of places to visit. Located in Southwest Arizona, Yuma has a great small town feel (think cute downtown with very friendly people). Plus, there’s lots of art, culture, history, and–of course–fun things to do. As an added bonus, Yuma has a thriving Mexican food scene since it is so close to the Mexican border.
Yuma is the “sunniest place on earth,” boasting over 4,000 hours of sunshine every year. This makes it the perfect place for outdoor activities like kayaking, biking or just taking a leisurely stroll. Make sure to plan your visit outside of summer months, because the average temperature during summer months is over 100 degrees.
We spent a sunny weekend in March exploring Yuma and all that is has to offer. Here are 17 of our favorite things to do:
I hope everyone had a wonderful and safe time celebrating the countdown to a new year, new beginnings and lots of new adventures to come.
It was my first time ringing in the new year in Yuma, Arizona. This place has been my home away from home for the past two years as I anchor the local news here so it only seemed like the perfect place to be on New Years.
Blog post by beer enthusiast Steven Hennig
I’m so there. Count me in. Hire a sitter, we’re going.
From past experience, I can tell you that Rio de Cerveza really does the Brew Fest thing right. Great craft beers from far and wide – give them a try, try some more, and vote for your favorite via text for the coveted Fan Favorite Award. The fun party atmosphere is electric at Desert Sun Stadium, with unique breweries, interesting vendors, and a crowd that’s lively and up for fun.
There is hardly a better way to experience Yuma than Tunes and Tacos coming up April 13 & 14. Laid back yet exciting, hot off the grill tacos and cool of the evening entertainment. All in one spot, all for $1 !!
City Marketing Specialist Carrie Ring gives the details:
How well do you know your Yuma history? Did you know that the Johnson Mortuary and elementary school were named after the same man who arrived here from Los Angeles back in 1898? How about the name Peter Hodges? A loving family man who lived around the turn of the century, he was a successful entrepreneur, miner and county treasurer and father. Well respected by everyone in town, it would be unimaginable that someone would do him harm; yet, such was the case on a warm summer day in June of 1909 when he was murdered in the Cipriano Pass of the Fortuna Mountains.
America's Independence Day is right around the corner and Yuma is a great place to celebrate the holiday with friends and family! Here's our list of the most popular activities taking shape in the world's sunniest city this 4th of July ...
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