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'Ahakhav Tribal Preserve

Parker, Arizona 85344
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Ahakhav Tribal Preserve

Coordinates: 34.132, -114.333
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About 'Ahakhav Tribal Preserve

The 'Ahakhav Tribal Preserve was established in 1995 and currently consists of 1,253 acres of wilderness area and a 3.5-acre park. The preserve is centered around a reconstructed Colorado River backwater, which offers a variety of activities including fishing, canoeing, birding, and swimming. The preserve also maintains a 4.6-mile fitness trail as well as playground and picnic facilities located in the park. The preserve serves many purposes. One is to provide recreational and learning opportunities to the surrounding community as well as visitors. The other is to serve as a revegetation area for endangered and threatened plants and animals native to the Lower Colorado River Basin. The Lower Colorado is an area that faces many problems, from damming that causes changes in natural stream flow, to a variety of invasive species. The preserve is an ongoing project to study methods of revegetation and restoration that may be used though out the area.
From Colorado Indian Tribes website

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L387193 US US-AZ US-AZ-012 34.132 -114.333 Ahakhav Tribal Preserve