700 West Donlon Street
Blythe, CA 92225
Phone: (760) 921-2626
Fax: (760) 921-2622
Nestled on one of the gulfs of the Chuckwalla Mountains and engulfed with over 60 California palm trees, this was the dwelling place of many prehistoric, pastoral, Native American tribes. Corn Springs is not only a well known campground but is also noteworthy for its rock engravings that date to 10,000 years. Those who love camping can avail of the nine sites with vaulted restrooms, charcoal grills and fire rings. Potable water is also available here. There is also an informative trail that gives a glimpse of the history of this place which also gives you ample opportunities to click photos, sightsee and watch the wildlife.
Castle Dome Mountains are range of mountains located in the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. The Castle Dome Mine and the Castle Dome town were situated in this area, and this region has an abundance of minerals such as lead, silver and copper
Emerald Canyon is an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course near Parker, Arizona. Known as The Jewel of the Desert, Emerald Canyon overlooks the Colorado River and features a lighted driving range, putting green, two practice greens, a full-service pro shop, and a snack bar.