Featured Image: Hualapai Mountains
By Maya Sunpongco, June 5, 2022

This past Saturday was National Trails Day, an annual get-outside event organized by the American Hiking Society. Have you visited Kingman’s family friendly Hualapai Mountain Park

Living in Mohave County and a Tri-state Area (California, Nevada, Arizona) affords us a variety of fun for the family. From Laughlin / Bullhead City International Airport, it’s about a 55 minute drive to Hualapai Mountain Park Campground.

This June’s weather forecast in Fort Mohave has ranged from Low 75℉ to High 115℉. But up at the Hualapai Mountain, they have elevations ranging from 4,984 to 8,417 feet where they get Low 53℉ to High 93℉. Lucky for us, we have this great pine country to have a picnic in-between a leisure walk on a trail. My favorites - Aspen Peak Trail to Potato Patch Loop; Hualapai Peak Trail via Potato Patch Loop

Did You Know: Hualapai means “People of the Tall Pines”

Download: View the Hualapai Trails Map
Fees: $10 / per vehicle
Pet Fees: $5 day/per dog; Up to two leashed dogs
Annual Pass: for Mohave County Resident
Website: Mohave County Parks

The kiddos (and don’t forget the fur babies) can get off the couch; everyone spends quality time together to explore the outdoors. Along the hike, you enjoy fresh air and smell of the pine trees; play see who spots an elk first; and talk about the various plants and birds you’ll see. Give it a try these summer months!


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