Blythe Tourism

Blythe, which has a strong agricultural foundation but is heavily influenced by tourism, is situated where Interstate 10 crosses the Colorado River in Arizona and California. The number of people living in Blythe more than tripled during the winter as people flee their cold-weather home states at that time. Despite the extremely high Sonoran Desert temperatures, Blythe is a hub for water activities along the Colorado River in the summer. Small-town Blythe residents pride themselves on being welcoming and friendly. The nearby desert area of Blythe offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including hiking, off-road vehicle activities, hunting, visiting ghost towns, rockhounding, and prospecting. Around 650 miles separate Yuma, Arizona, from Lake Powell in the Colorado River Recreation Area. Boating, fishing, hunting, and other water sports are available. You may enjoy nearly 95 miles of flowing water between Blythe and Imperial Dam in Yuma. Surrounding Blythe, there are many places to camp and park, such as Mayflower Regional Park, Destiny McIntyre RV Resort, and Destiny Riviera Resort. If you want a distinct experience, you should definitely visit Blythe!


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