NAME: Bundyville
COUNTY: Mohave
CLIMATE: Hot Summers; occasional heavy snow in Winter
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Accessible year 'round
COMMENTS: Bundyville is in very remote area of the Arizona Strip; although the roads are well-graded, it is a long trip from any major town.
REMAINS: Many abandoned homes of adobe and wood
Although the most recent and complete 'biography' of the town (in the August 1996 issue of ARIZONA HIGHWAYS)says the town has "ceased to exist", this is not technically true: there are still some (more modern) homes located nearby. Moreover, the Bundyville school/church/townhall, which was 'torched' by Mormon vandals (cf. Tuweep) in July 2000, has been rebuilt by the descendents of the former residents and the current ones. The village had a post office from 1919 to 1950 (and is sometimes known as Mount Trumbull, near which it is located). Submitted by: Kurt Wenner