Hualapai Mountain Park Campground is a medium-sized campground situated in a sparse covering of pine trees above the desert at an elevation of 6300 feet. The rustic campground laid out along the granite slopes of Hualapai Mountain and is best for tent camping, however there are a handful of developed RV campsites. While this is an organized campground, it can feel fairly undeveloped and primitive since most of the tent campsites are spread out over a wide area and have plenty of natural barriers for separation.
There are 70 campsites available at Hualapai Mountain Park Campground. The RV campsites are located in a parking lot near the main road and offer partial hookups. The campsites all offer a picnic table, fire ring, and access to portable toilets.
Hualapai Mountain Park Campground Features
|Number of Campsites:||70 Campsites|
|Toilets:||Yes – Portable Toilets|
|RV/Trailer Length:||Up to 25 Feet|
|RV/Trailer Amenities:||Partial Hookups available|
|Cell Phone Service:||None|
|Operating Season:||Campground open year-round|
|Address:||6250 Hualapai Mountain Road
Kingman, Arizona 86401
|Geo Coordinates:||35.099667, -113.884289|
|Nearest City/Town:||Kingman, Arizona|
|Location:||Mohave County, Arizona|
|Paved Road Access:||Partial – Paved road access to RV campsites, tent campsites are via dirt road|
|Proximity to Stores:||13 Miles to Kingman, Arizona|
|Directions:||From Kingman, Arizona, drive 13 miles southeast on Stockton Hill-Hualapai Mountain Road. The ranger station for the park will be on your right.|
|Web:||Mohave County Parks|
|Reservations:||Not Accepted – First-come/First-Served|
When To Go
Spring – Fall – Hualapai Mountain Park is a great higher elevation retreat from the hot summer temperatures in the Mojave Desert below.
What To Do
Hiking – The most popular activity at Hualapai Mountain Park is hiking. There are several trails accessible from the campground.
Off-Road Driving – There are several Jeep trails available within a short drive of the campground.
Image Credits: Beth Woodrum via Flickr