River Queen Resort Motel

Seventh & Long Street, Bullhead City, Arizona, 86430, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Bullhead City

The ghosts of the past...

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... welcoming words and wished us both merry christmas - these are really relaxed and friendly people. we had spoken to a guy working at the chloride visitors centre and he gave us directions up an old trail to see some murals painted by a local artist. you really do have to go off grid for this and a drive of only a mile suddenly feels really intrepid. the murals are painted in an isolated gorge and are quite impressive and beautiful. but we couldn't linger as Las vegas ...

From the coast to the desert....

A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz


... fun and then headed out to San Bernardino to visit the historic site of the very first ever McDonalds. They have a little museum there full of McDonalds information, documents, photos, memorabilia etc and it's really interesting and cool to look at. Talk about taking a stroll down memory lane with some of the happy meal toys they had on display hehe. Naturally after checking everything out we both felt like Maccas so we grabbed some lunch to go down the road and hit the road to ...

107 Degrees (not a dry heat)

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713


... the way before the oppressive sun started beating down and off she went blazing the trail (notably we climbed out in 4:35 and took 5:10 to get down). Only the last mile was brutal with a mixture of sun and switchbacks. We figured that put us right at 25 miles over the 3 days, with roughly 3,000 feet of elevation. A little more mileage than the earlier trek from the South Rim 10 days ago, but not quite as much ...

Burros and desert views

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird


... as a result of the blue tattooing made on her face by her captors.

The town itself was once one of the largest gold producers in Arizona, and now the mine has been reopened which means the tours are no longer running. However there is plenty to experience in the centre, with regular shoot outs each day (even out of season) and the famous burros (donkeys) which are left over from the mining days. They wander around during the day, disappearing into ...

Last Leg

A travel blog entry by mother.ship


... Hogan Restaurant run by the Navajo and had an exceptionally large breakfast which included really good sausages (at about 1:30 my system would argue that point). Behind the Hogan was the Navajo Museum which had a remarkable exhibit on the Navajo Code Talkers who aided the US during WWII with communications. We watched a quick video which explained how the coding was done. I loved the simplicity that foiled the enemy. ...


This lodge, located on Seventh & Long Street, Bullhead City, is near Colorado River, Harrah's Laughlin, Golden Nugget Casino Laughlin, and Edgewater Casino.
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