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Yuma International Airport is the aviation facility located 6km south of the central business district of Yuma city in Yuma County, Arizona, United States. It offers scheduled passenger service, but is mostly used for military aviation, as the aviation facility is shared with Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. The airport covers an area of 3,100 acres and resides at an elevation of 216 feet / 66 metres above mean sea level. It has four runways and is served by two commercial airlines. In the airport are two car rental agencies, a lounge, a restaurant, and a game room, and other amenities to make their guests stay comfortable and pleasurable.

Yuma Territorial Park and Museum - When the buildings first served as a prison in 1875, the Territorial Prison was under continuous construction through labour provided by the inmates until the last prisoner left in 1909. It was then occupied by the Yuma Union High School from 1910 to 1914. Today it now functions as a historical museum, managed by the Arizona State Parks and renamed as the Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park. It features several educational and entertaining exhibits on the history of Arizona's first prison, and the park is notable for its old west style and eerie prison cells.

West Wetlands Park - The West Wetlands Park is a 110-acre public park located at the northwest edge of Yuma, along the Colorado river and within the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. There are several multi-use trails and open grassy areas within the park, perfect for leisure and recreational activities. People gather to the park to meditate, exercise, play sports, have picnics and barbecues, observe birds, take photos, and even hold parties. There is also a pond wherein one can go fishing, tubing, canoeing, jet-skiing, swimming, and more. There are also two playgrounds for children. The park was constructed partially by volunteers, and is managed by non-profit organisation Yuma Crossings National Heritage Area Corporation. West Wetlands Park is maintained by the City of Yuma Park and Recreation Department.

Castle Dome Mines Museum and Ghost Town - The Castle Dome Landing, Arizona, otherwise known as the Castle Dome City, is a ghost town that was once a transport depot and mining camp in the Castle Dome Mountains in the Yuma County. The area is off the beaten path, which means visitors would have to go on a self-guided tour.

How to get around within Yuma

Public transportation in Yuma is provided by the Yuma County Area Transit (YCAT). Visitors can also rent a vehicle right at the airport for more independent travelling. Those who are of 60 years of age and older, or those who are disabled, have the Dial-A-Ride option for getting around Yuma, San Luis, Gadsden, Somerton, Foothills, and Wellton.

How to get there

Yuma International Airport is served by two airlines: United Express and US Airways Express. The former provides flights to Los Angeles, and the latter operates to Phoenix. The nearest international airports that offer full commercial services are the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport southeast of downtown Phoenix and San Diego International Airport (also known as Linderbergh Field) northwest of downtown San Diego.  

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Yuma: Yuma International.
Mesa Airlines, SkyWest Airlines, American Airlines all fly direct to Yuma International.

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