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The growth is in the West!!! Arizona is one of the top two fastest growing state in the USA and has a growth rate that is almost three times that of the United States as a whole. Mohave County is experiencing a fantastic period of expansion, more growth (37.8%) per capita than any other county in Arizona over the past seven years. Mohave County is the fifth largest county. As of the 2010 census, its population was 200,186.

Mohave County contains parts of the Grand Canyon National Park and Lake Mead National Recreation Area and all of the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. The Kaibab, Fort Mojave and Hualapai Indian Reservations also lie within the county.

Mohave County contains approximately 13,400 square miles of land. It has no less than 148 canyons within its boundaries, most of which help make up a large portion of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River that separates the top 1/3 of Mohave County from the bottom 2/3. The county is bordered by three rivers and one creek along with four lakes that are impounded behind dams on the Colorado and Bill Williams Rivers.

The county is intersected by 21 mountain ranges and the corresponding valleys in between. There are five climate zones in Arizona and Mohave County is the only county in the state that contains all five.

Most of Mohave County is located where the Sonoran and Mohave Deserts meet. It varies in elevation from 500 to 8,000 feet, but it is mostly desert terrain and high chaparral with hot summer day temperatures one can expect from a desert and cool summer nights. In winter, daytime temperatures are moderate to cool, with cold nights and occasional rain or snow in the higher elevations.

The vegetation in the county runs from desert scrub and cactus to pine trees in the upper mountain portions. The annual rainfall in the county relates to its desert terrain and is rarely more than 10 inches a year, except in the mountains.

The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land management own 55.2 percent of the land; Indian Reservations, 6.7 percent; the state of Arizona, 6.6 percent; individual or corporate, 17.2 percent; and other public lands, 14.3 percent.

With its prime location, great weather, and easy accessibility, many people are choosing to reside in Mohave County and commute to surrounding areas such as Laughlin and Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Grand Canyon
Hoover Dam
Hoover Dam Bridge
Lake Mead
Lake Mohave
Lake Havasu
Temple Bar
Willow Beach
County Parks
Public Lands
Historic Route 66
Las Vegas
Mohave County has excellent water resources which boasts 1000 miles of fresh water shoreline, all part of Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, Lake Havasau, and the Colorado River.

Mohave County Arizona has an abundance of drinking water from some of the largest underground natural aquifers in the state and the Colorado River.

Arizona is the sixth largest state in the union with an area of 113,575 square miles. Topographically and climatically, the state consists of two distinct areas divided by a mountain range running diagonally from the northwest to the southwest. The western district is where Mohave County lies.

Mohave County has a warm, sunny climate that favors outdoor activity at all times of the year, with low humidity and perpetual sunny skies. It has unique southwestern scenery that creates a prime location for golf, hiking, biking, boating and fishing.

Within the borders of Mohave County, one can experience the Grand Canyon National Park, the London Bridge, Hoover Dam, the spectataular bridge at Hoover Dam, Davis Dam, the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, the Colorado River, the Virgin River Canyon, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, and a myriad of lakes and other natural wonders.

If location is what you're looking for, Mohave County, Arizona is the place for you. Centrally located, residents of Mohave County are fortunate to enjoy a perfect climate and easy accessibility to an abundance of outdoor recreation, casino gambling and spectacular entertainment.

Mohave County Has Many Fun Things To Do

The above link will take you to Kingman, Arizona Relocation Information which has great listing of things to do when you live in Kingman. Kingman is the County Seat of Mohave County and is centrally located in Mohave County.

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