Within a short walking distance, adventure seekers can visit the jewel of Yuma, the West Wetlands Park, a sprawling 110-acre Colorado Riverfront park featuring playgrounds, boat launch, trails, picnic ramadas, owl habitat, grassy areas for sports & a 15 ft deep pond stocked with a variety of game fish.
For history lovers, Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park is a short 10-minute drive and home to the preserved cells and guard tower of a Wild West–era prison. Nearby, Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park was a 19th-century military warehouse and telegraph station. A 1907 steam locomotive on Pivot Point Plaza commemorates the Southern Pacific Railroad, which once ran through the city.
Park-goers can place their bets across three states - each a short drive from Hidden Cove with great restaurants, water parks, and more - including Lutes Casino in Arizona, Quechan Casino Resort and Paradise Casino in California, and Caliente Algodones in Mexico.
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