|White Hills, Arizona located in Mohave County, at the Northwest corner of Arizona, is a rapidly growing community. It is located off Arizona State Highway 93 on the east side, about 30 miles South of Hoover Dam. Major suburban shopping is about 35 minutes away and the Las Vegas Strip is less than an hour.
A former mining town of 400 people, many of the residents of this small community are retired. There is also a growing population of peope who work in Las Vegas or Laughlin, Nevada and Kingman, AZ.
There are no stores or retail businesses at this time but it is a relaxing place to live with a special beauty. This area is great for horses be they animal or motor such as 4-wheelin and ATVs. There is plenty of room to explore.
The largest private landowner has over 31,000 acres in the area with plans to build a golf course, a gas station and a small motel in the next year. An extimated 12,000 single-family homes will be coming. In between each section of land where lots and acreage are for sale is a section one square mile of government land giving the area a checkerboard appearance, and lots of open land!
Outdoorsmen love it, as do photographers. From some locations that are are even views of of Mt Charleston in Las Vegas along the long sweep of range that floats from these hills to the south shore of Lake Mead. There is the beauty of the desert with Joshua trees, mesquite, bush muley, Indian rice, and two wild grasses favored by the longhorn cattle that run here.
Mohave County contains part of Grand Canyon National Park. The Colorado River forms the western boundary of Mohave County with an estimated 1,000 miles of fresh water shoreline
Retirees, cattle ranchers and other Arizonans living in the area say that rapid growth in their hills will be inevitable once the bypass bridge is complete at the Hoover Dam.