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The Weather in Bullhead City
Check out the climate diagram for Bullhead City. June is the warmest month in Bullhead City with average maximum temperatures of 105°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 46° low. The rainiest month is February while the driest month is May.
Visit Vegas and the Colorado River with Bullhead City vacation homes
Just outside legendary Las Vegas, your vacation home in Bullhead City, Arizona is ideally situated. Enjoy glittering vacations on the mighty Colorado River, as well as trips to the Grand Canyon.
Eating out in Las Vegas
The Vegas Strip is known for more than its casinos and parties. Fine dining has become part of the surreal world of the strip, especially at Aria. This casino has a number of first-class restaurants surrounding its art collection. Look out for the column sculptures by Tony Cragg and the aphorisms by Jenny Holzer that scroll across LED panels in the atrium. A tapas restaurant serves superb sangria, while Sage subscribes to the "farm-to-table" school of cooking, and Five50 pizzeria is lauded as a leader of Las Vegas' food scene.
Ghost towns and geology
Hardyville Pioneer Cemetery is the last remnant of a town where Bullhead City now stands. The mining boom of the twentieth century moved industry away from Hardyville, leaving a ghost town in its place.
Learn about the waterway that has forged the state's history as well as its geography at the Colorado River Museum. Here, you can see ancient Native American artifacts, a model railway, and a fossilized nautilus snail that's around 240 million years old.
Water sports on the Colorado River
Why not hire a jet ski and explore the mighty Colorado River? Or visit Laughlin, a reasonably priced casino and resort town, just across the river from your vacation home. Rent a fishing or sailing boat and while away the hours, or enjoy treks through the incomparable landscape.
All this is just a short drive away from the Grand Canyon. Experience this vast natural wonder first-hand, and see the canyon from above, such as from the Skywalk glass bridge or Mather Point, or from below, on the trails traversing the canyon. Afterwards, you can cool off in the spray of Havasu Falls.
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