|The Mohave Valley is located on the Colorado River, at the western edge of Arizona. Bordered on the west by the states of Nevada and California, and on the east by the Black Mountains of Arizona in an area ideal for retirement. It's great Arizona living!
The Mohave Valley is located in what is generally referred to as the low desert, an area of warmth and sun, low relative humidity and scant rainfall. This virtually smog-free, dry and hot climate creates a very desirable environment for the residents of the area.
Ideal for the relaxed retirement lifestyle of the southwest, The Mohave Valley is close to entertainment, gambling, recreation, shopping and medical facilities. The area is a playground for hikers, boaters, skiers, fisherman, campers, swimmers, golfers, and overall outdoor enthusiasts.
The year-round sunshine makes it perfect for families, retirees and vacationers. Snowbirds escape the cold winters and enjoy the mild climate, clear skies and the natural beauty. Often called Arizona's West Coast, millions of people visit this area each year, and thousands are buying homes and staying.
Affordable housing offers a price range for all; from the executive to the young family, singles and retirees. There is a home for everyone with many golf courses in the area.
There is also hiking, great Bass fishing, camping, boating, sailing, water skiing, personal water craft, sailboard, sunbathing, swimming and picnic areas within the Mohave Valley.
Agriculture contributes greatly to the Valleys economy and appearance. Alfalfa and cotton are the principal crops along with a sprinkling of tomatoes, melons, pumpkins and corn that are sold locally.
The climate in Mohave Valley makes it a four-season playground. Warm winters are perfect for outdoor activities, then early spring rains bring an explosion of wildflowers and blooming cacti. The river and nearby Lake Mohave and Lake Havasu provide endless entertainment for the summertime months.