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The Desert Bar is a "must visit" at least once while you're in the Parker, Arizona area. It is unique, definitely one of a kind! It's a fun experience especially with a group. We enjoy taking new guests and watching their expressions when they first...More
The Desert Bar, great trip from Lake Havasu. Went across the Parker Dam for an incredible view of the lower Colorado River!! Got to the turn off onto Cienega Springs Rd, what another great fun experience!! Yes, it is a rough gravel road but the...More
My family went to this bar in December after spending a few of our vacation days in LA. It was a great contrast! Rustic place out in the desert with no cell service. We enjoyed the food, music, drinks, and view. We even took a...More
"Back in the day (mid-80's), this started out as a 3-wall shack, where Ken, the owner, would bring beer in coolers. When the beer was gone, it was closing time. You can still see the original Desert Bar, onsite, just past the main restrooms.
A five mile dirt road takes you the Nellie E Saloon (Desert Bar).
This is well worth a visit if you are anywhere near Parker. Get off AZ 95 on Cienega Springs Rd and follow the road to an amazing site in the middle of...More
About 5 miles on a rough dirt road you will find a great rustic bar with food options...reminds me of carnival or fair food) Nice ambiance with live music on the site of an old mining area.. Not open in the summer..Way to hot in...More
Everyone should take the journey to the Bar ... a true experience. After driving on the rugged, dusty road you wonder if it is worth it. IT IS!!! Food was great bar food; drinks were a little shy of enough; and the music was outstanding....More
Three-hour drive from Phoenix, AZ. We had a mini-SUV but we also saw a BMW 3 Series drive through the semi-flat terrane. It is pretty rocky and shaky at the last 3-mile stretch to get there. Live music. Moderate prices for drinks. Moderate prices for...More
Fun to see every year or two ,, but the "mining" road is not friendly to a car or SUV , ideally take a 4 w/d , or "high" clearance vehicle , also note food service shuts off about 4 pm ,, so be prepared...More