Welcome to Bullhead City & Laughlin
Named for a rock that resembled the head of a snoozing bull, Bullhead City began as a construction camp for Davis Dam, built in the 1940s on the site of 19th-century Hardyville. The rock was eventually submerged by Lake Mojave, but the town stuck around and survives today, primarily because of the casinos across the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nevada.
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