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Oatman, Arizona Elevation 2700 ft. jpgNamed after a woman, Olive Oatman, who was captured and later released by the Mohave Indians, Oatman is still going today. Today this popular tourist attraction draws visitors from all over the world. Once here you will see and experience the romance of digging for gold. Gold was mined here from the early 1900's till the 1940's when mining for all precious metals was shut down because of the war effort. Mines in Oatman never opened again until Addwest Minerals acquired land in the Gold Roads area in 1992 and began gold production again. Gold Roads is located 2 1/2 miles east of Oatman on Route 66.Oatman, Arizona jpg

A Tour of Gold Road Mine can be taken daily. The stars of Oatman fame are the wild Burro's which roam the streets daily and look for handouts. These Burro's are wild so please take caution when close to them.

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Oatman, Arizona is located on historic Route 66, Approximately 27 miles west of Kingman, close to Bullhead City, Arizona, Laughlin, Nevada, and Needles, California. Be sure to stop in and see us.

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