Yuma provides several pretty green grass parks, which I'm sure are appreciated by a community surrounded by desert. The bridge to the forefront is the Ocean to Ocean Highway bridge and provides passage across the Colorado River between Arizona and California at the historic Yuma Crossing for vehicles and foot traffic. The darker bridge in the background is a railway bridge. It passes right by the historic prison, hence possibly the movie title "The 3:10 to Yuma"? It's been a lot of years since we've watched that movie. I think we should watch it again!
Once you enter California you will be required to stop at an inspection station and may be asked to declare what fruits, vegetables, and animals you are bringing into the state. We were only asked about fruits and vegetables and so declared a bag of potatoes. We got a look like we were being jerks and the guard only asked further about apples and citrus fruits. I had read that potatoes, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions are admissible, but may be subject to inspection. I've read that there aren't any regulations on taking your personal dogs or cats into California, but if bringing in dogs you are advised to have their rabies vaccines certificates available. We weren't asked about pets at all. The main pets of interest are ferrets, gerbils, sugar gliders, and parrots. They may require a special permit. Transporting of firewood, houseplants, and hay can also be subject to inspection. You might want to call the California Food and Agriculture Department ahead of time depending on what you are planning to bring through the check station.
There are, also, casinos for gambling and entertainment!