With a trail system dating back to the Great Depression, Hualapai Mountain Park has been a haven for outdoor enthusiasts for decades. A unique view of the desert below and mountain ranges in the distance mean that this is a special, unforgettable place you must experience.
The name Hualapai means “People of the Tall Pines”, and comes from the name of the American Indian Tribe that lived in these mountains until they were relocated in the 1870s. Although the tribe was moved, their name forever evokes a sense of peace and appreciation of the nature found here.
The park trails were started in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and improvement work has continued ever since. You’ll find roads, trails, picnic areas, and camping areas, plus stone cabins and pavilions. All are welcome to visit for a day, or set up camp to relish the beauty and comfort of Arizona’s mountain glory.
Hualapai Mountain Park, nestled in the Hualapai Mountains, has something for everyone, whether it’s picnicking, camping, or staying overnight in a rustic cabin. Ten miles of trails offer plenty of heart-pumping fun for hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. The park is spread across 2,300 acres with elevations ranging from 4,984 to 8,417 feet, so there’s a lot to cover in this refreshing slice of pine country.
Park Entrance Fees:
Day use is from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Hualapai Mountain Park
6250 Hualapai Mountain Rd
Kingman, AZ 86401