In The News

Though a relatively small city compared to our Phoenix and San Diego neighbors, Yuma has received a significant amount of the spotlight for being a true travel destination. From mentions in our local Yuma Sun newspaper, to being credited by Fodor’s Travel Guide for offering one of the “Most Unique Dining Experiences in the World”, Yuma has shown locals and visitors that the Sunniest City on Earth offers more than just a beautiful desert landscape. Events such as the New Year’s Iceberg Drop, and the exclusive Date Night dinners have brought people from around the world to visit Yuma.

Yuma County

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World's Most Unique Dining Experiences

Visit Yuma

Yuma's Visitor Information Center Moves Downtown

Visit Yuma Offices to Move Locations

Council to Share Revenue with Visit Yuma

Visit Yuma: RV Park Occupancy Up During Pandemic

Visit Yuma Releases Coloring Book Featuring Desert Southwest Landmarks

About Yuma

Yuma, Arizona was first incorporated as Arizona City in 1871, and was then renamed in 1873. Nestled between Phoenix, Arizona, and San Diego, California, Yuma features extraordinary outdoor activities from tubing on the Colorado River to off-roading at the Buttercup Sand Dunes. 

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