The City of Bullhead City is host to several special events throughout the year. You can find out more information about each event below.
Bullhead City has postponed all City-run special events.
It is our responsibility to prioritize the health of Bullhead City's residents and employees to help flatten the curve and contain the spread of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus.
WELCOME TO THE BULLHEAD CITY/ LAUGHLIN SENIOR GAMES
We hope you consider joining us for our next Bullhead City / Laughlin Senior Games featuring 16+ different sporting events to compete for the GOLD medal.
Games are held during the third week of January and take place at several locations throughout the community.
NEW Bullhead City Parks & Recreation Programs and Facility Reservations site Coming Soon. and if you find you have questions, please reach out to the Senior Games Director at 855-924-6882 or email.
Thank you for visiting and we look forward to seeing you in January!
Our Annual Farmers Market is held on the first Saturday from October to May. The Market is held in Community Park located at 1251 Highway 95.
Items available for sale include local baked goods, honey, handmade soaps and lotions, arts and crafts specialties, jewelry and home decor pieces created by local artists, with Farms selling produce and activities for children.
Parking and admission to the Farmers Market is always free.
Our Annual two day Winter Festival is a community celebration and held on the first weekend in December in conjunction with the Women’s Council BoomBox parade. The event takes place at the Riverview Mall parking lot located at 2350 Miracle Mile.
Winter Festival activities includes a holiday art and crafts vendor village, local entertainment, Santa arrives on a helicopter, reads a story to the children and hands out small gifts , a tree lighting ceremony, holiday card to the troops station, Santa letter writing station and free Santa pictures. This event is pet friendly with a costume contest and free pet pictures with Santa.
The event is free and open to the public and guests will receive free cookies, hot chocolate and hot dogs.
The Pool Party activities include access to the pool and slide, pool games and jumbo lawn games. The event hours are 1:00pm to 5:00pm. The event is free and open to the public and guests will receive free water, hot dogs and chips.
Our Annual Splash Bash is held during the third week of July and takes place at the municipal pool inside Ken Fovargue Park located at 2255 Trane Rd. Guests will receive free water, hot dogs, popcorn, snow cones and chips.
Splash Bash activities include large waterslides, a water-filled bounce house, sprinkler row, soaker stations, water balloon fight, slip-and-slide, use of splash pad plus the pool will host a free-swim day with three different time frames to ensure everyone gets a chance to enjoy the pool.
The bash will conclude with a movie that has been voted on by our Facebook followers and will start at sunset. The event is free and open to the public.
Come by and join us in celebrating the end of summer while splashing into the new school year!
Our Annual Pool Dive In’s are held the second Friday of June and August.
The event activities will include pool and slide access, pool games and jumbo lawn games. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie starts at 8:15 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and guests will receive free water, hot dogs and chips.
The municipal pool is located inside Ken Fovargue Park located at 2255 Trane Rd.
Bullhead City is host to an annual fishing derby held over one weekend at the beginning of June. Participants are welcome to fish the beautiful Colorado River in hopes to win cash prizes, raffle gifts and bragging rights.
This is a community event and we encourage both the novice angler and the interested public to come check out this event. Every paid participant receives an event shirt, food ticket and 5 raffle tickets. Additional raffle tickets will be for sale onsite and is open to the general public as well.
Registrants can participate anywhere along the Colorado River, between the Laughlin Bridge and Needles Bridge, as long as the fish are caught by legal means. All participants must have a valid fishing license applicable to the state where they are fishing. Last call for weigh-in is at 3 p.m. on Sunday. Check-in and weigh station will be located at Rusty's Riviera Marina located at 520 Riviera Blvd. Must check in and receive official wristband in order to participate. An award ceremony follows from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and is open to the public.
For more information call (928)763-9400.