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Lightbulb Chuckawalla (CVSP) Information Guide - Updated 10/2010

IF the links do not work for you just scroll down the page and you will find all of the information.


Welcome to the Chuckawalla Handbook. Here you will find comprehensive information specifically for Chuckawalla Valley State Prison. I’ve separated the categories to assist those in need of contact information for CVSP, visiting information, lodging, and dining near ISP and CVSP, etc...

Chuckawalla Valley State Prison History & Mission Statement

Chuckawalla Valley Contact Information

Chuckawalla Valley Approved Vendors for Special Purchases and Quarterly Packages

Items you CAN and CANNOT send to an inmate at CVSP

CVSP Visiting Information

ISP/CVSP Family Visits Information

Hotels/Motels in Blythe,CA

Places to eat in Blythe,CA

Driving Directions to Blythe,CA

Link to Title 15

CDC Inmate Locator Website

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Chuckawalla Valley State Prison (CVSP)





Chuckawalla Valley State Prison - Mission Statement

The mission of Chuckawalla Valley State Prison is to provide long-term housing and services for male felons classified as medium and low-medium custody inmates. Under state law, the primary purpose of incarceration is punishment for and deterrence of criminal behavior. Productivity and self-improvement are secondary goals that the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation seeks to achieve by providing work and study opportunities for all inmates through prison industries, support services, academic education, and vocational instruction.

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Chuckawalla Valley State Prison is located south of Interstate 10, west of Blythe, California. The prison opened in December 1988 and covers 1,735 acres. Although the prison was designed to hold 1,738 inmates, in 2002-2003 it had 3,700 prisoners, and a staff of 898. The annual budget of the prison is around $60,000,000.

ISP houses Level I and Level II inmates.

(2006)
Inmate Programs


*PIA: laundry


* Vocational: Air conditioning and refrigeration, auto body and fender, auto mechanic, carpentry, computer and related technology, drafting, dry cleaning, electronics, graphic arts and printing, landscaping and gardening, masonry, offices support, plumbing, roofing, upholstery, welding, cabinet making.

*Academic: Adult Basic Education, High School/GED, English as a Second Language, Literacy Program, Computer Assisted Education, Re-entry, Incarcerated Youth Offender.

*Other: Community Service Crews, Youth Diversion, Religious, Arts in Corrections, Victim Awareness, Drug Treatment/Diversion, Joint Venture, Parenting Class.
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Default Chuckawalla Valley Contact Information

To write to an inmate, or send a package through an approved vender:

Inmate Name, CDC #
(Housing Assignment)
Chuckawalla Valley State Prison
P.O. Box 2349
Blythe, CA 92226

For general prison business:

CVSP
P.O. Box 2289
Blythe, CA 92226
(ATTN: Warden John F. Salazar, Visiting Sergeant, etc. )

The main address is:

Chuckawalla Valley State Prison
19025 Wiley's Well Rd.
Blythe, CA 92225


Various phone numbers and contacts for CVSP:

Main Number- (760) 922-5300

A recording will tell you to press 1 for more options, then:

Press 1 for questions regarding mail or visitation
Press 2 for Personnel
Press 3 for Business Services
Press 4 for Administration
Press 5 for Inmate Records (to speak with an inmate's counselor)


Useful Miscellaneous Phone Numbers:

Inmate Locator = (916) 445-6713 or CDC Inmate Locator Website

Visiting Hotline = (800) 374-8474

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Default Chuckawalla Valley Approved Vendors for Special Purchases and Quarterly Packages

***"This is the full CDCR list of approved vendors.
Please note that one or more of the listed vendors may not be approved by this prison."***

Approved Vendors

APPROVED INMATE PACKAGE VENDORS
Calendar Year 2010

(Revised 2/24/10)


Access Securepak
P. O. Box 50028
Sparks, NV 89435-0028
Ph: (800) 546-6283
www.californiaqp.com

Mikes Better Shoes
1252 Berlin-Haddonfield Road
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Ph: (800) 431-1911
www.mikesbettershoes.com

Music by Mail
129 31st Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Ph: (718) 369-6982

Packages R Us
2648 East Workman Ave. #424
West Covina, CA 91791
Ph: (866) 303-7787
www.packagesrus.com

SP Boxes
P.O. Box 7754
Chico, CA 95927
Ph: (530) 342-8463
Fax: (530) 898-8463
www.spboxes.com

Union Supply Direct
P.O. Box 7006
Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220-7006
Ph: (866) 404-8989
www.CaliforniaInmatePackage.com

The Inmate Store
P.O. Box 798
Pine Grove, CA 95665
Ph: (209) 257-4824
www.theinmatestore.com

The Vitamin Outlet
Fitness Systems Mfg. Corp.
P.O. Box 2073
Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Ph: (800) 822-9995

Walkenhorst’s
1774 Industrial Way
Napa CA 94558
Ph: (800) 660-9255
https://walkenhorsts.com

Yellow Ribbon Online
580 N. Beach Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111
Ph: (866) 959-7426
www.yellowribbononline.com


Barnes & Noble
www.barnesandnoble.com

Amazon
www.amazon.com

*** If you order CD's from Barnes and Noble or Amazon, they will count as a Quarterly Package.

***Magazines & Paperback Books can also be ordered, however they must come directly from the vendor. I often go to Barnes and Noble in my area and pick out magazines or books. They ship them for me to the prison at a reasonable cost.


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Quarterly Packages:

The California Inmate Quarterly Package system allows you to send much-desired items to your incarcerated loved one. Each institution sets it’s own rules as to what items are allowed and prohibited and items vary by privilege groups. As a result, vendors therefore provide services to a limited amount of Facilities, Camps, CCF’s or the LA County Jail System. All Quarterly Packages are limited to a maximum weight of 30 Lbs. Nor can they exceed dimensions of 24” x 24” x 24”. All vendors list those institutions for which they provide goods and services and what privilege groups.

Special Packages:

Special Packages allow for the purchase of Electronics, Accessories, Musical Instruments, Under Garments and Clothing, Correspondence Courses, Legal Material and Faith Based Items. That would otherwise crowd a quarterly package beyond its allowed weight or dimensions. There is no limit to the amount of special packages allowed in a calendar year. However due to the limited items available and limited space for which to store their property. Special Order Packages will most likely only be utilized one or twice per a calendar year. Note: Some institutions require that Special Order Packages be ordered by and paid for by the inmates themselves. Individuals are not allowed to purchase Special Order Packages and have them sent directly to their inmates at some institutions. Contact your facilities R&R Department to assure that you can send special packages direct.

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1st Quarter = January 1st - March 31st

2nd Quarter = April 1st - June 30th

3rd Quarter = July 1st - September 30th

4th Quarter = October 1st - December 31st

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Items you CAN send to CVSP:

Binder Paper (200 sheets)
Postal Stamps (100 stamps = 5 books)
Envelopes
Photos, (no more than 5 per envelope, and no larger than 8x10)
Greeting cards (plain, no foil, glitter, metal springs, etc.)
Letters
Magazines and Paperback books- must be shipped from the vendor (example: Barnes and Noble)
News Paper Subscriptions
Money Orders -(made out to the inmate, with ALL inmate info-U.S. Postal Service Money Orders are the best)
Anything on the “Approved” vendor list, on each vendor’s website (for quarterly/special purchases, CVSP specifically)



Items you CANNOT send to CVSP:

Pens/Pencils
Frontal Nudity Photos
Phone Calling Cards
Stickers or Tape
- None on/inside ANYWHERE
Glitter
Anything Wire, Metal, or Plastic
“Spiral” Notebooks
Cash or Checks
Photos larger than 8x10
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Before you can visit an inmate, you will need to be approved. Your inmate must send you a visiting form (CDC 106). This form MUST be signed by your inmate before he sends it you you. Once you receive your visiting questionnaire, fill it out TRUTHFULLY and don't leave any questions blank. Then, once you are finished, send your completed questionnaire to:

Attn: Visiting Sergeant
CVSP
P.O. Box 2289
Blythe, CA 92226


The average wait for a response is 4-8 weeks, from the time your application is received by the visiting staff. In some cases, it takes longer than 8 weeks. I suggest calling the visiting department if your wait is longer than 8 weeks, and find out if your application has been received. They will NOT tell you if you have been approved or disapproved over the phone. It is the responsibility of the inmate to relay that information to you. If you are APPROVED, the inmate will be notified. If you are DISAPPROVED, the inmate will be notified AND you will be mailed a written response with details of the denial.

Reasons for DISAPPROVAL include (but are not limited to):

Lying on your application
Being a Convicted Felon (you must have prior written approval from the warden before stepping on prison grounds)
Leaving Questions Blank
Having UNPAID tickets (of ANY kind)
Having Outstanding Warrants
Being on Active Parole/Probation (you will need prior approval from the Warden)

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You’re Approved!! It’s time to visit your inmate. Here’s what you need to know:

Visiting at CVSP is available on weekends and major holidays. Visiting hours are between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., with visitor processing beginning at 8:00 a.m. No visitor will be processed after 2:00 p.m.

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The information below, regarding visiting at CVSP, was posted by PTO member, sherry_wine:

Chuckawalla is pretty nice about the visiting. You can get there early and park in line with the rest that are going to Ironwood or Chuckawalla. When the prison opens you just follow the car in front of you and an officer will come by and ask if you are going to Ironwood in your case you would just say no, and he'll keep going down the line. Then the guards will ask you the good old questions, you know, about what stuff you might have in your car, things that you shouldn't have, and if they feel they need to, they ask you to pop open your trunk. For me they would check the back of my SUV and at that time they check your ID. After that you drive to the parking lot for Chuckawalla and park. Take only one key inside with you and $30.00 that has to be in one dollar bills or Quarters. I hope you know about the dress code on what you can and can't wear. Then you will walk inside the little building where they process everybody, just follow the running women. You will then get in one line where there get all your info then give you a number and when they call your number you go to the counter and you can buy a picture ducket. At that time they check what you are wearing and what you think you are taking in. The picture duckets are $2.00 each and you can have extra money for that. Now you will pass through the metal detectors and pick up your stuff from the tray and walk to the gate. They will open for you and close. Then wait for the next gate to open so you can walk to the visiting yard that your loved one is at.


Thanks for the helpful info sherry_wine!
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Here is some additional information (taken directly from the CDC Inmate Visiting Guidelines) :


Visiting On Five Major Holidays

Each Institution shall have visiting scheduled on the following Holidays. The five major holidays may or
may not be on a regularly scheduled visiting day.

• New Year’s Day
• July 4 (Independence Day)
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving Day
• Christmas Day

Visitor Questionnaire Process

The inmate should sign a Visitor Questionnaire (CDC Form 106) and send it to family members and
friends to visit. All adult visitors must complete the questionnaire and return it to the Visiting Sergeant by
mail. The Visiting staff must approve the questionnaire before the person may visit. This should take
approximately 30 working days. The CDC Form 106 must be filled out completely and accurately.
Failure to provide all requested information might result in the request being either denied or delayed.

Adult Visitors

The inmate will let each visitor know that they are approved. Any visitor approved at one institution shall
be approved to visit the same inmate upon transfer to another institution. A visitor may be required to
update the Visitor Questionnaire after 24 months.

Acceptable Identification

• A valid state driver's license with picture (not laminated).
• A valid state Department of Motor Vehicles Identification Card with picture (not laminated).
• A valid Armed Forces Identification Card with picture.
• Identification Card issued by the United States Department of Justice Immigration and
Naturalization Services with picture.
• Picture Passport.
• Picture identification Matricula Consular De Alta Seguridad (MCAS) issued by the
Mexican Consulate.

Visitor Attire

It is recommended that visitors dress conservatively and with the following guidelines in mind.
Inappropriate attire will be reason to deny a visit. Any alteration to clothing once a visitor is inside the
visiting area will be grounds for terminating the visit.

Prohibited Attire

• Clothing which, in any combination of shades or types of material/fabric, resembles California
State-issued inmate clothing, blue denim or chambray shirts and blue denim pants.
• Clothing that resembles law enforcement or military-type clothing, including rain gear.
• Hats, wigs or hairpieces (except with prior written approval of the Visiting Sergeant).
• Clothing that exposes the breast/chest area, genital area, or buttocks.
• Dresses, skirts, pants, and shorts exposing more than two inches above the knee, including slits
when standing.
• Sheer or transparent garments.
• Strapless or "spaghetti” strap tops.
• Clothing exposing the midriff area.
• Clothing or accessories displaying obscene or offensive language or drawings.
• Brassieres with metal underwires or any other detectable metal are not permitted.

Allowable items:

• Identification Card.
• One Handkerchief, no bandannas.
• Tissue Pack, unopened.
• Clear Change Purse.
• $30 Per Adult and $10.00 Per Minor Visitor, in Coin or One Dollar Bills Only.
• Comb or Brush.
• Two Keys On A Ring with No Attachments.
• 10 Photographs.
• Indian Medicine Bag, upon inspection and approval.
• Two small (less than 12 inches in length) solid toys.
• One Infant Carrier.
• Six Disposable Diapers.
• Factory-Sealed Baby Wipes.
• Two Transparent Plastic Baby Bottles of Pre-Mixed Formula/Milk/Juice Per Baby.
• One Transparent Pacifier.
• Three Jars of Factory Sealed Baby Food and One Plastic Baby Spoon.
• One Single-Layer Baby Blanket.
• One Transparent Diaper Bag.
• One Change of Baby Clothing.
• One Single-Layer Burp Cloth.

Visitors may retain only life-sustaining, condition-stabilizing medication with the prescribing
physician's written statement of its immediate need, and only in the physician's prescribed amount
immediately required to sustain or stabilize the condition during the visit. The physician’s written
statement shall include the physician’s medical license number, address, and phone number.

All medication shall be in its original pharmacy container with the patient's name, pharmacy, name of
medication, prescribed dosage, and the physician's name indicated on the container's label.
Nonprescription medicine is not permitted.

Prohibited Items

• All tobacco and tobacco products.
• Food. All refreshments are to be purchased from the vending machines located in the visiting
room, except Camps and Ranches.
• Chewing gum.
• Purses.
• Cameras.
• Pagers.
• Cell phones.
• Writing materials or books, unless approved prior to entering the Visiting Room.

Visiting Room Procedures

Each visitor and inmate is responsible for his or her own conduct while visiting. Violation of the rules
and regulations may result in termination, restriction, suspension, or denial of visits. Additionally,
disciplinary action may be taken against the inmate. An inmate and his/her visitor(s) are allowed to
briefly embrace and kiss at the beginning and end of their visit. An inmate may hold his or her minor
children. Inmates may also hold minor children accompanied by an adult. Children are to remain
under the direct supervision and control of the visiting parent or guardian at all times. Holding hands
on top of the table in plain view is permitted, with no other physical contact. Excessive contact,
(kissing, massaging, stroking, and sitting with legs intertwined or sitting on laps) could result in
termination of the visit. Nursing mothers shall be discreet and covered when breast-feeding their baby
in the visiting area. Failure to do so may result in termination of visiting for that day. Inmates cannot
receive any items, gifts, money, jewelry, or documents during a visit. However, the adult visitor may
ask for a pencil and notebook paper as needed. Smoking is not allowed in the visiting rooms or
outside patios in the institutions at any time.
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Some prisons are different, but here is some information that pertains to most California Prisons:

The visitor(s) shall adhere to all institutional procedures and departmental regulations while on institutions grounds. Participation in the Family Visiting Program is restricted to immediate family members, unless a legal foster relationship exists. Immediate family members are defined as legal spouse of the inmate and the inmate's legal stepchildren.

Required Documentation Needed for Each Family Visit:

Proof of marriage shall be established by the inmate’s assigned Correctional Counselor, prior to a family visit being approved. A certified marriage certificate shall be required and presented to the Family Visiting Officer prior to each visit. A marriage certificate is required for both stepparents and the inmate’s wife. No Photostat copies will be accepted.

You must bring positive identification showing a photo for every visitor 18 years of age or over. Positive valid identification shall be one of the following. Drivers license, DMV Identification Card, passport, USINS card, military I.D. or other piece of governmental identification. The inmate's brother, sister, children and grandchildren (minors and adults) must present birth certificates prior to each family visit. Grandparents must bring verification of relationship prior to the family visit. This can be done presenting the inmate's birth certificate and the inmate's parent's certified birth certificate (the grandparent's child) to show family lineage. An inmate’s minor children visiting without their natural mother, must be accompanied by an approved adult visitor. Who must present a written notarized approval from the minor child's natural parent or legal guardian.
All certificates must be obtained through the county recorder's office and must be embossed or have inked county seat.



Authorized Property for Family Visits:

Visitors are authorized to possess the following items while participating in the family visiting program:

* One bag of clothing per visitor in paper, plastic or canvas duffel type bags. No suitcases are permitted.

* Soft bound books and magazines only (not to exceed ten)

* The visitor must provide washcloths and dishtowels. Bath towels will be provided by the institution.

Visitors with Children:
Disposable diapers only, baby powder, baby food, and formula may be brought into the institution in factory-sealed containers only. Children's toys shall be simple games, coloring books, colored or regular pencils, or crayons. Only searchable toys will be allowed in.

Food for Family Visits:

The inmate, through the institution, purchases all of the food for the family visits. All food items not consumed on the visit must be taken home with the visitor or disposed of in an approved manner. Nothing may be taken back into the institution by the inmate.

Special Note: Only prescribed medication will be allowed. All medication must be accompanied by the current prescription and is subject to prior approval by the Chief medical Officer (CMO). A letter from your doctor listing your medication must be returned with your confirmation. Any person(s) visiting Ironwood State Prison (ISP) or Chuckawalla Valley State Prison (CVSP), on a family visit, who needs narcotic medication, or life sustaining medication(s) or life sustaining apparatus, must have prior approval to participate in the family visiting program. Approval can be obtained by having your physician submit a letter to the CMO or ISP/CVSP to explain the extent of your medical problem and be in approval of your overnight visit to the prison. Failure to have prior written approval will result in your visit being denied upon arrival at the institution.



A REMINDER: IT IS ILLEGAL TO BRING WEAPONS, AMMUNITION, TEARGAS, ALCOHOL, CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OR NARCOTICS INTO A PENAL INSTITUTION. NO SMOKING ALLOWED.


Clothing:

The same dress code applies for family visitors as regular visitors when entering and exiting the institution. Undergarments must be gender specific.

The following items are NOT allowed:
Clothing for inmates, garment bags, or hangers, blue denim jeans or jackets (male or female), sweats or jogging suits.

Cosmetics and basic hygiene:

The following cosmetic items listed are limited in quantity as to what is necessary for the duration of the visit. All items must be able to be searched with a limit of (5)

1. Makeup foundation 2. Blush 3. Eyeliner 4. Mascara 5. Lipstick

A spouse shall be permitted to bring into the institution a maximum of (10) commercially sealed condoms. All unused condoms shall be retained in their sealed containers and taken out of the institution by the visiting spouse. Under no circumstances shall an inmate be permitted to possess condoms outside of the family visiting quarters.

***NO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND NO AEROSOL CONTAINERS***

The following items must be factory sealed or in clear containers with clear contents (one of each) and must not contain alcohol and cannot be flammable:

1. Shampoo 2. Conditioner 3. Facial Cleanser 4. Toothpaste 5. Toothbrush 6. Bath Soap 7. Deodorant 8. Feminine hygiene 9. Lotion

All the items listed above depict those items that are authorized. Any items not listed above shall be considered unauthorized and will not be admitted into the institution.

CONFIRMATION


ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE FAMILY VISITING COORDINATOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS PRIOR TO THE VISIT. PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL ONLY ACCEPT CASHIER'S CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS. ALL FUNDS SUBMITTED FOR FAMILY VISITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO THE INMATE.

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From our PTO member Cysreese:

My husband sends me the food list just in case I want to add or change something and so that I can send all paperwork together.

He sends the Exemption Of Family Visit/Temporary Community Leave Funds from Restitution Fines/Orders. It has the amount of money you will send for the family visit, put an x where is states "these funds are to pay for food during a Family visit (FV) At the bottom you will sign and date it.

Family visit menu order form for the food. Then there is a white slip that has your husband's/son's name and CDC number and all those that will be visiting. It has the dates of the family visit. It also has on the paper two boxes for you to check. The first one says you will arrive as schedule between whatever times is on the paper and the second box says you will not arrive and to please cancel the visit.

He also sends a pink form which is his trust account withdrawal order form with his info and he signs and dates it. When I am done looking over everything I send it back to the address provided on the paper with all visitors names on it.

White form- Names with visitors on it and if you will be attending the FV.
Pink form-Trust fund paper
Yellow paper- Exemption Of Family Visit/Temporary Community Leave Funds from Restitution Fines/Orders.
White paper- Food menu



Information Compiled by Cysreese 01/07/2006
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Default Hotels/Motels in Blythe, CA

Here are several hotels/motels in Blythe, CA:

Best Value Inn - Blythe
(760) 922-5145
850 W Hobsonway
Blythe, CA

Best Western Sahara Motel
(760) 922-7105
825 W Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225

Super 8 Blythe Ca
(760) 922-8881
550 W Donlon St
Blythe, CA 92225

Hampton Inn Blythe
(760) 922-9000
900 W Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225

Holiday Inn Express, Blythe CA
(760) 921-2300
600 W Donlon St
Blythe, CA 92225

Comfort Suites Colorado River
(760) 922-9209
545 E Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225

Days Inn
(760) 922-5101
9274 E Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225

Destiny McIntyre Rv Resort
(760) 922-8205
8750 Peter D Mcintyre Ave
Blythe, CA 92225

Motel 6
500 W Donlon St
Blythe, CA 92225

Royal Pacific Inn
(760) 922-3161
1020 W Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225

Super 11 Inn Motel
(760) 922-3163
1020 W. Hobson Way, Blythe, CA

Tourest Motel & Apartments
(760) 922-5645
1130 W Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Desert Winds Motel
(760) 922-0273
9090 E Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Blythe Inn
(760) 922-2184
401 E Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Willow Inn and Suites Blythe
(760) 922-9191
900 W Rice St, Blythe, CA

AAA Air Conditioning
(760) 922-5645
1130 W Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Oasis Motel
(760) 922-5750
12630 W Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Elks Lodge
(760) 922-2795
244 W Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Blue Line Motel & Trailer Park
(760) 922-3151
950 E Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Travelers Inn Express
(760) 922-3334
1781 E Hobsonway, Blythe, CA
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Here is a wide variety of places to eat during your stay in Blythe:


El Ranchito Restaurant
(760) 921-2174
902 W Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Fairways Restaurant
(760) 922-8737
933 E Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Carl's Jr
(760) 922-6913
160 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

McDonald's
(760) 922-5938
191 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits
(760) 922-4582
700 W Rice St, Blythe, CA

Subway Sandwiches & Salads
(760) 922-0234
220 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

Denny's
(760) 922-3431
876 W Donlon St, Blythe, CA

Blimpie Subs & Salads
(760) 922-1017
816 E Hobson Way, Blythe, CA

Jack in the Box
(760) 922-3915
190 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

Maria's Authentic Mexican
(760) 922-5210
231 W Hobsonway, Blythe, CA

Del Taco
(760) 922-5335
120 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

Burger King
(760) 922-5663
379 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

KFC
(760) 922-3131
370 S Lovekin Blvd, Blythe, CA

Wang's Palace
(760) 922-7755
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Default Driving Directions to Blythe, CA

Planning on driving to Blythe? This info should help:

From San Francisco:
Start out going SOUTHEAST on 11TH ST toward MISSION ST. <0.1 miles
Turn LEFT onto MISSION ST. <0.1 miles
Turn RIGHT onto 10TH ST. 0.4 miles
Turn LEFT onto BRYANT ST. 0.2 miles
Merge onto I-80 E via the ramp on the LEFT toward OAKLAND. 6.9 miles
Merge onto I-580 E toward CA-24 / DOWNTOWN OAKLAND / HAYWARD-STOCKTON. 63.3 miles
I-580 E becomes I-5 S. 285.1 miles
Merge onto I-210 E toward PASADENA. 44.3 miles
Merge onto CA-57 S via EXIT 45 toward SANTA ANA. 4.2 miles
Merge onto I-10 E toward SAN BERNARDINO. 179.4 miles
Take the WILEY'S WELL ROAD exit. 0.2 miles
Turn RIGHT onto WILEY'S WELL RD. 0.1 miles
End at Wileys Well Rd- Blythe, CA 92225-2287, US

From Sacramento:
Start out going WEST on I ST toward 9TH ST. 0.4 miles
Merge onto I-5 S. 359.1 miles
Merge onto I-210 E toward PASADENA. 44.3 miles
Merge onto CA-57 S via EXIT 45 toward SANTA ANA. 4.2 miles
Merge onto I-10 E toward SAN BERNARDINO. 179.4 miles
Take the WILEY'S WELL ROAD exit. 0.2 miles
Turn RIGHT onto WILEY'S WELL RD. 0.1 miles
End at Wileys Well Rd- Blythe, CA 92225-2287, US

From Los Angeles:
Start out going SOUTHEAST on E 1ST ST toward S LOS ANGELES ST. <0.1 miles
Turn LEFT onto N LOS ANGELES ST. 0.2 miles
Take the US-101 S ramp. 0.2 miles
Merge onto I-10 E. 204.2 miles
Take the WILEY'S WELL ROAD exit. 0.2 miles
Turn RIGHT onto WILEY'S WELL RD. 0.1 miles
End at Wileys Well Rd- Blythe, CA 92225-2287, US

From San Diego:

Start out going NORTH on 9TH AVE toward BROADWAY. <0.1 miles
Turn RIGHT onto BROADWAY. 0.1 miles
Turn LEFT onto 11TH AVE. 0.2 miles
Merge onto CA-163 N toward ESCONDIDO. 10.4 miles
Merge onto I-15 N. 51.1 miles
Take I-215 N toward RIVERSIDE / SAN BERNARDINO. 29.7 miles
Merge onto CA-60 E toward BEAUMONT / INDIO. 17.9 miles
Merge onto I-10 E via the exit on the LEFT toward BEAUMONT. 127.4 miles
Take the WILEY'S WELL ROAD exit. 0.2 miles
Turn RIGHT onto WILEY'S WELL RD. 0.1 miles
End at Wileys Well Rd- Blythe, CA 92225-2287, US

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