If it is just TOO HOT in Laughlin and you want a cooler destination for a day trip, or want to play in the snow during winter months, Hualapai Mountain Park is only an hour away. Whether you’re looking for a place to picnic, hike, camp or spend the night in a rustic cabin, Hualapai Mountain Park offers many varied experiences. Encompassing over 2,300 acres with elevations ranging from 4,984 to 8,417 feet, Hualapai park visitors can share a truly unique setting in the cool, clear, green refreshment of the pine country. Individuals, organizations and especially families are welcomed with open arms to spend a day or an entire week in the beauty and comfort of nature’s mountain glory. Hualapai Mountain Park provides visitors with the services they need to make a day trip or overnight trip a pleasant one.

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Hualapai Park Deer

History

Hualapai Mountain Park was first developed during the early 1930′s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The roads, trails, picnic and camping areas, along with the stone cabins and pavilions, are still much as they were 50-years ago, giving the park it’s own unique and solid character.

The name Hualapai means “Pine Tree Folk,” and is derived from the name of the Indian tribe that once called these mountains home until they were relocated by the military in the 1870′s.

The total beauty, character and history of Hualapai Mountain Park cannot be fully expressed in words – it is something that must be experienced. Take your family and friends for a truly wholesome adventure of outdoor fun.

Hualapai Mountain Park Activities

Hualapai Mountain Park offers 10 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians to enjoy. Situated atop the Hualapai Mountains, the trail provides spectacular views of the desert below and the mountain ranges in the distance. Construction of the trail system began in the 1930′s by the Civilian Conservation Corps and has been improved upon ever since. Along the way, trail users will experience a variety of mountain habitats and have the opportunity to see many species of wildlife. Remember, be courteous to other trail users and enjoy your visit.

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Hualapai Mountain Park – Rental Cabins

Accommodations are available in stone or lumber rustic cabins that sleep from two to twelve persons. All cabins are equipped with beds, tables, cook top stoves, refrigerators, heaters, electricity, bathrooms and showers, hot and cold water and some are available with fireplaces or wood stoves. Each cabin also has a barbecue grill and picnic table outside. Users provide bedding, towels, cooking utensils and dishes.

Cabin at Hualapai Mountain Park

Reservations for cabins can be made by calling (877) 757-0915. A $5 non-refundable reservation fee will be charged to your credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover) when reservation is made. The first night’s rental fee will be charged to your credit card if a cancellation is not received within 48 hours prior to the reservation date.

Hualapai Mountain Park – RV Park

Hualapai Mountain Park is proud to offer two locations within the park for our guests with recreational vehicles. All sites are full hook-up which include water, electric and sewer.

Hualapai Mountain Park – RV Park
    

Open May 1st – Oct 31st, the Pioneer RV Park is our original RV park. Located in the cool pine trees, it offers ten sites that accommodate up to 30′ vehicles.

The Elk Ridge RV Park is open year-round and provides full hook-up from May 1st – Oct 31st. Electric hook-up only is available between Nov 1st – Apr 30th. Situated on a hillside offering stunning views of the surrounding area, these 24 sites can accommodate any size vehicle.

Check In Time: 1:00 pm. Check Out Time: 12:00 pm / For reservations, please call (877) 757-0915.

Hualapai Mountain Park – Camping

Granite rock formations among the ponderosa pine and gambel oak offer a truly unique camping experience. Hualapai Mountain Park offers over 70 individual campsites located in three separately designated areas.

Picnic tables and grills are available at most sites, but water is limited to only a few sites. All campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Hualapai Mountain Park - 70 Camping Spots

Hualapai Mountain Park Website

Hualapai Mountain Road Weather Camera

Driving directions and map to Hualapai Mountain Park

Driving directions and map to Hualapai Mountain Park


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