You have gotten the info on what to do around Bullhead City. Here is my take. We moved, from California, to Fort Mohave 1 month ago. Oh what a difference. We came from the San Joaquin Valley in California where the Mexican population was 67% from Sacramento to Bakersfield. Where we lived 79%. The families were made up of 5-8 kids. Flea Marts were little Tijuana. Walmart was screaming, running kids. If you wanted a job, you better speak Mexican. You could not talk to a live human being or people you could understand if you wanted to pay a bill, etc. This area is full of Medical and Religious facilities. I have seen very few Mexicans and you can go into a facility and talk and pay a bill with friendly, nice people. This area takes me back a few years, but, it has some beautiful houses, condos, apartments, mobile homes, etc. It does have its poor areas. I feel like a new, different person. Am I a racist, I don't think so; I just wanted to make sense of this Country where you have to speak Mexican to get a job, and I believe I found it in Arizona. It is hot here, but, I love heat. I love the breeze that goes with it. I love the evening where you can walk and swim and hot tub. What a treat. Come to Arrowhead Park in Fort Mohave and buy a mobile home. Fort Mohave is 12 miles from the beginning of Bullhead City. This park only has new homes with many ammenties. However, you can buy a used mobile home. We paid $75,000 for a beautiful mobile home that is about 5 years old. It has so, so much extras. There are a lot of foreclosures like everywhere else, but, I don't see closed business'. I see a lot of activity. I love my new home. At 75, it is precious to me. Bullhead City, Az is laid out along Hwy 95 and it runs right into Fort Mohave. We live 2 miles from the Avi Indian Casino/Reservation where you can get ham and eggs, 24/7 for $.99. Lovely place. Love the Colorado River.