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Yuma, AZ
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281 Gila Street
Yuma, AZ 86364

Amtrak's unstaffed Yuma facility, providing a small waiting room with restrooms, is located in the former Southern Pacific station. A lighted tunnel provides access from the station to the train loading platform. Pay telephones are located outside the station and at the tunnel entrance.

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Station    7 points of interest   7 hotels   6 car rentals   4 visitor resources


Nov 20-22 Colorado River Crossing Balloon Festival (Festival)
Yuma Crossing national heritage area
Mar 3-6, 2016 Midnight at the Oasis (Festival)
Ray Kroc Baseball Complex

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Short/long term Adjacent to station spaces. Free. Unattended; park at own risk.


Intercity Bus
170 E 17th Pl - 2.4 mi S
(928) 783-4403

Airport Yuma International - YUM
2131 E 32nd St. - 5.9 mi S
(928) 726-5882
15 minute taxi ride; approximately $15.

Taxi City Taxi Cab
(928) 343-1131

Dial A Ride
(928) 782-0043

Yellow Taxi
(928) 783-4444


Yuma Sun  •  www.yumasun.com
KSWT (13, CBS)  •  www.kswt.com
KYMA (11, NBC)  •  www.kyma.com

Rep. Raul Grijalva
(D-AZ, dist. 3)

1511 Longworth House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-2435
Sen. Jeff Flake

B85 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-4521

Sen. John McCain

241 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2235

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Did you know...
Named for the Yuma Indians who inhabited the area before Europeans arrived. The sand dunes west of Yuma are probably the most photographed in the world; Hollywood shoots desert scenes here. The dunes may be seen from your train just across the Colorado River, in California. Francisco Garces, who founded two missions in Yuma, was massacred along with the colonists during the last Yuma Indian uprising in 1781. His statue stands in the gardens of the Catholic Indian Mission, erected on the site of the massacre. Fort Yuma Indian Reservation is on the west bank of the Colorado River. The All-American Canal near Yuma irrigates much of the California's Imperial and Coachella Valleys. Today, the city is a popular winter resort with fishing and boating on the Colorado River, which serves as the border between Arizona and California.