Hi Jolly's Tomb - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Hi Jolly's Tomb
This is a grave located at Quartzsite, Arizona, United States, marking the grave of Hi Jolly, a Syrian-born camel driver brought to the United States in 1856 to drive camels for the US Cavalry. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.
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Arizona Peace Trail
3.17km from Hi Jolly's Tomb
The Arizona Peace Trail is a new 675-mile long looped OHV Adventure Trail which links Mojave, La Paz, and Yuma Counties in western Arizona.It reaches from Yuma to Kingman and back and contains a variety of climates and difficulties for all sorts of off-road enthusiasts.
Park Place RV Park
3.45km from Hi Jolly's Tomb
This is a camping park and a caravan park and it offers convenience, comfort, and high-quality living. They offer a long-term or short-term family friendly and pet friendly parks, and oil field works are welcome. They have cabins and 260 RV sites with 30 or 50 amp hookups. Enjoy the sparkling pool, free Wi-fi and cable in our beautiful gated communities in Odessa or Kermit, TX.
La Posa Plain
8.86km from Hi Jolly's Tomb
The La Posa Plain is a wide, generally flat plain in western Arizona near the Colorado River and is on the west and northwest border of the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. The plain lies to the east of the Colorado River Indian Reservation and east of the Dome Rock and Trigo Mountains. Quartzsite, Arizona, lies on the western part of the plain, which crosses both Interstate 10 and U.S. Route 95.
14.85km from Hi Jolly's Tomb
The Cunningham Mountains are a small mountain range on the southeastern coast of Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada. The Cunningham Mountains are part of the Devon Ice Cap which forms part of the Arctic Cordillera mountain range. A good trekking destiantion and also there are so many things to see and do here.
23.46km from Hi Jolly's Tomb
Tyson Wash is one of the larger eastern-bank dry washes that enter the Colorado River in western Arizona. It drains the La Posa Plain south-to-north and is also coincident with the Plain.
26.85km from Hi Jolly's Tomb
The Parker Valley is located along the Lower Colorado River within the Lower Colorado River Valley region, in southwestern Arizona and southeastern California. Its natural habitats are within the Sonoran Desert and Colorado Desert ecoregions. Riparian zone habitats on the river include Mesquite Bosques. The river has supported irrigated agricultural conversion of the valley's landscape.
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La Paz County
La Paz County is the 15th county in the U.S. state of Arizona, located in the western part of the state. La Paz County offers residents and visitors a combination of water and desert recreational activities. In the Parker area, water recreation is king. The 16.5 mile stretch of the Colorado River in the county, known as the Parker Strip, offers some of the best water for skiing, boating, jet skiing, wave-running, and swimming, as well as excellent fishing in the western United States. Desert rat