Getting Here Is Easy!
The Tri-State area is a recreational paradise. You’re literally just minutes from the point where Arizona, California and Nevada come together! If you’re coming for an activity at the Colorado River Fieldhouse, allow some extra time to explore the many things to do. And now it’s easier than ever to get here.
The Fieldhouse will be near Arizona State Route 95. It is a short distance from Interstate 40, U.S. Highway 95, Arizona State Route 68 and Nevada State Highway 163.
Amtrak offers daily eastbound service originating in Los Angeles, and daily westbound service originating in Chicago, on the Southwest Chief, which follows much of world-famous Route 66. Both trains stop in Needles, California, about 20 minutes away, and Kingman, Arizona, about 45 minutes away. An Amtrak Thruway shuttle also stops in Laughlin.
Steamships no longer traverse the Colorado River, but the river is still used for transportation. Several private companies operate scenic cruises, water taxis, other boat trips and personal watercraft rentals. Marinas and boat launches are available on both the Arizona and Nevada sides of the river.
The Laughlin-Bullhead International Airport is served by three airlines. There is daily scheduled service by American Eagle (American Airlines), which connects to more than 70 cities in Phoenix at Sky Harbor International Airport. If your trip or event involves a gaming package in nearby Laughlin, Nevada, both Sun Country Airlines and Elite Airways offer flights booked through hotels.
Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport is approximately 100 miles away.