Nearly 100 miles of navigable waterways on the Colorado River - between the Palo Verde Diversion Dam above Blythe & Imperial Dam below Yuma, Blythe California is a n ideal location for outdoor recreation. Summers can get hot, but the rest of the year is prime for visiting.
description: Big agricultural region. As far as tourism is concerned, it's not about the city of Blythe, but the surrounding areas of vast open space. Enough desert to really get lost in. Rich soils, jagged peaks, riverways, & minimal trees make this a winter haven for many traveling RVers.