- TripBuzz found 26 things to do with kids in or near Yuma, Arizona.
- From Yuma River Tubing to Z Fun Factory, the Yuma area offers 18 different types of family activities, including: Golf, History Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Parks.
- Resting on the Colorado River, Yuma is a medium-size city near the Kofa Mountain Range. An active military community, Yuma is home to both the Marine Corps Air Station and an army base. Consequently, the city hosts an annual air show and operates a Quartermaster Depot Historic Park. Other attractions in Yuma include minor-league baseball, a county fair and annual rodeo.
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4381 W 18th Street, Yuma, AZ 85364 MoreLess Info
Yuma's Valley Aquatic Center features a swimming pool with dedicated area for lap swimming as well as a water play area and splash pad. The play area has an artificial beach and water slides.
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Giss Parkway, Yuma, AZ 85364 MoreLess Info
Arizona's Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park stands on the site of Arizona's first state prison. In addition to the abandoned prison, this park features a visitors' center and extensive gift shop. Bathrooms with running water are also available. Dogs, bicycles and roller skates are not allowed on park …
87% 208 votes
27550 East County 15th Street North Sr4, Yuma, AZ 85365 MoreLess Info
Castle Dome Mines Museum & Ghost Town is an entire town, untouched by the modern times. Deserted from long time ago, before the 20th century arrived, this museum showcases the old, timeworn buildings, from the mills to the doctor's office.
Located along the Colorado River, West Wetlands Park features a fishing pond and a disc golf course. Park facilities include ramadas, a children's playground, walking paths, picnic areas, barbecue grills and restrooms.
65% 17 votes
240 S. Madison Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364 MoreLess Info
Housed within an 1870s adobe building, the Arizona Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum & Garden covers the history of the Lower Colorado River area from 1540 to the present. Along with exhibits, the museum has a video presentation that runs throughout the day.