Originally founded as a silver mining town
in 1892, White Hills Arizona has had a quiet
history. Today, this pristine desert landscape
is a beautiful tapestry of red rocks, joshua
trees and cactus ranges nestled between
mountains, meadows and pastures.
The new development of White Hills, Arizona
began with the vision of Nevada developers,
Leonard and Susan Mardian, who have been
laying the groundwork with their approximately
25,000 acre master plan community, The Ranch
at White Hills. Other developers and individuals
have joined the Mardian’s in their vision,
as they started seeing the incredible value
of this centrally located area. With the
rapid increase in land costs and congestion
of the ever-growing Las Vegas community
and the creation of the Hoover Dam Bypass,
the developers are making that initial vision
Located just 27 miles South of Hoover Dam
on Highway 93, the approximate one hour
and fifteen minute drive from the Las Vegas
Strip will be shortened to a projected forty-five
minute commute based on the already funded
$204 million dollar project redirecting
traffic from the current 2-lane Hoover Dam
passage to the open 4-lane Hoover Dam Bypass.
White Hills is also about 50 miles from
Kingman, Arizona to the North on Highway
93. Another adjacent community just a few
minutes away is Dolan Springs, which offers
a small town atmosphere, friendly people,
and a few businesses.
While being close to both Las Vegas, Nevada
and Kingman, Arizona makes this a win-win
community, the recreation amenities and
striking views of the natural parks make
this area a land and water-lovers paradise.
Imagine a lifestyle that placed your community
just 30 minutes from the Lake Mead National
Recreational Area, just 45 minutes from
the Grand Canyon, just 30 minutes from the
Hoover Dam, and just an hour from Lake Mohave.
This community not only provides an amazing
quality of life, but a breath-taking playground
The annual weather patterns support an
active outdoor lifestyle with temperature
ranges comparable to Las Vegas. Rain fall
per year nets 13 inches of rain on average.