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The Weather in Yuma
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in Yuma with average maximum temperatures of 107°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 48°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Discover the American Southwest from your Yuma vacation home
Yuma's surrounding nature and outdoors, historic sights, and unique Southwestern culture make it an outstanding destination for families visiting the American Southwest. Choose an expansive family home or cheerful apartment for your Yuma vacation rental and home base for exploring this exceptional vacation destination.
Desert fun for the family
The Yuma Territorial Prison museum gives kids a chance to explore a dark, historic prison cell and take mugshots wearing prison uniforms. The Castle Dome Mines Museum and ghost town offers exploration for children of all ages and hiking for the whole family.
Swimming is a perfect way to beat the Arizona heat. Gateway Park features a swimming area, picnic tables and grills, showers and bathrooms, and is free to visit. Centennial Beach, originally a limestone quarry, looks like an outdoor swimming pool, but is natural river water. The park offers discounted admission for children.
The Imperial Sand Dunes are a 40 mile expanse of national recreational area, beckoning off-road enthusiasts, hikers, sand boarders, and photographers. This one-of-a-kind landscape is frequently used as a backdrop for Hollywood films, and attracts a million visitors each year.
Petroglyphs, evidence of Yuma's ancient inhabitants, can be found nearby at Painted Rock and Antelope Hill. Both sites are explored via guided tours and offer excellent photography opportunities. The nearby Blyth Intaglios are giant desert drawings best viewed from the sky, but you can hike to them for a ground level view.
Yuma's fun festivals
Yuma's historic Main Street is home to the city's monthly Heritage Festivals. These regular events focus on arts and culture, and feature free admission, live music, dining, shopping, and children's activities.
The city is also known for hosting a number of quirky culinary celebrations. The Yuma Date Festival and Lettuce Days Festival each celebrate locally grown produce. The annual Tunes and Tacos Festival promises a packed schedule of concerts and over 50 different taco vendors.
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