La Paz County offers visitors a wide range of Activities, Events and Points of Interest, from the pioneers and settlers who came here to settle in the various communities, to prospectors and ranchers whose descendants still reside in the area, the region has a military history which is some cases was even classified as 'Top Secret' as well as a community that was initially a relocation camp for Japanese and a reservation that was created and now makes up the Colorado River Indian Tribes (C.R.I.T.). Some of the old historic building are on private property or not accessible due to there deteriorated condition but can still be viewed from roads. Some of the places are open to the public or can be only reached by driving or hiking to them. Natural and Scenic Beauty surrounds us here in La Paz County. This page is dedicated to listing some of the Points of Interest in La Paz County.
Arizona Peace Trail - a Loop trail system, covering over 700 miles an stretching across 3 Counties; Yuma, La Paz and Mohave. The “Arizona Peace Trail” is a great way to take daily rides or planned overnight trips in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. At least a dozen regional OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) clubs, in three counties, have participated in the inventory of places to visit throughout Yuma, La Paz and Mohave Counties. The Arizona Peace Trail is full of excitement with fun terrain variations, picturesque landscapes, historical sites/facts and vast variety of plants and wildlife throughout. The wildlife seen can be incredible! A large buck with a full rack, a variety of birds including a large brown spotted hawk and wild burros to name a few.