Northwest Arizona in Mohave County is becoming a very popular area. The town of Dolan Springs is the closest Arizona town to Las Vegas.
This is a high desert area with elevations ranging from 3500 ft to 4000 ft. Pierce Ferry Rd (aka County 25) is the main artery through Dolan Springs
& Meadview. If you are looking for areas to invest in real estate, you may want to consider these places while the prices are down. This rural area
offers much wide open space, one acre homesite lots, beautiful scenery, majestic mountains, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon West, Clean Fresh Air, Clear Blue Skies,
Good Healthy Climate and A place to get away from it all. Dolan Springs is only a half hour drive to Kingman, AZ and a 40 minute drive to Las Vegas/Henderson area
now that the Hoover Dam by pass-bridge is done. The Skywalk tourist attraction draws a lot of people at the Grand Canyon West, it is a glass enclosed walkway 4000 feet high
which extends out over the Grand Canyon. You can view more information on it by clicking the skywalk button below.
South Cove launch ramp has been improved with a wider and longer paved ramp to put your boats into Lake Mead. There is a dock in the middle for ease in getting into your boat. The water level
has increased. Click on the link below to see the improvements at South Cove and also the wonderful views at Meadview's landing strip.
Scenic Lake Mead is America's largest man-made lake immediately above Hoover Dam. It covers 161,000 acres and 550
miles of shoreline. It borders 3 states Northwest Arizona,
The Southeast point of Nevada and Southern Utah. You can access Lake Mead on the Arizona side by taking Pierce Ferry
Road off of AZ Highway 93 at Mile Post 42 to the east. Pierce Ferry Road will take you through the town
of Dolan Springs. From there you will pass through one of the largest Joshua Tree
Forests in the world. The scenery is breath-taking along this road. Pierce Ferry Rd is paved all the way to South
Cove Launch & Beach Area.
Lake Mead is a boater's paradise and offers every form of water sport imaginable.
It is a place of magnificent scenery and the clearest of water. It is a place you can cruise past towering cliffs, perhaps spot a burro or bighorn sheep, water ski for as many uninterupted miles
as your arms can stand. It is a place where you can cruise remote canyons & seek out secluded coves, A great place to camp, picnic, swim, fish and maybe catch one 10' long. It is a great lake to relax on and enjoy without the crowds &
pollution. South Cove launch ramp is only 10 miles from downtown Meadview. There are no homes on Lake Mead since it is part of the 1.5 million acre Lake
al Recreational Area. So it will stay preserved and natural.
Grand Canyon West
Once again to get to the Grand Canyon West, you will take the Pierce Ferry Rd east off of AZ Highway 93 at Mile Post 42. Stay on Pierce Ferry Rd for 29 miles. Near Mile Post 29 you will be turning right on the Diamond Bar Road. The Joshua trees are the thickest, fullest and largest at this point. You look into a green valley below and see all the green tops
of these trees. This is a very scenic 21 mile drive. Along the way you can explore one thick, dense Joshua tree forest, cliff formations, cedar trees, springs & wildlife. At the end of the road you will encounter - A part of the Grand Canyon like you have never seen before - It is located on the Hualapai Indian reservation and for a fee
is open to public viewing. A unique natural setting with no guard rails to hold you in and No commercialism to spoil the beauty. It is a remote part of the Grand Canyon truly beautiful in a unique and colorful setting.
Adams Realty and Appraising, Inc
Office Location 14224 N Pierce Ferry Rd
Dolan Springs, AZ 86441
Broker: Steve R. Selby Sales Associate: Geralyn Selby Sales Associate: Shauna Wise-Dessalines Sales Associate: Christopher Selby
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