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Hualapai Mountain Park

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Bullhead City, Arizona
Reviewed July 30, 2016 via mobile

I personally love it here. We rented Cabin 3. A pervious review gave it a bad review. It is a rustic Cabin. It's supposed to be. They tell you on the website to bring everything just like you are camping. We did and we loved it! Even had elk come down to check out dinner. If you want creature comforts...

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Reviewed April 6, 2016

We had a blended family vacation for most of a week. It was rustic enough while modern enough. The cabins are great. We stayed in #16 the Bunkhouse, as we were originally going to be 10, but ended up being five. Plenty of room. Six double bunks. Mattresses are HARD, I brought an air mattress suspecting it would be so....

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1Thank Mindy R
San Diego, California
Reviewed March 9, 2016 via mobile

These cabins are very cool to stay in and not too expensive. You can pitch a tent or get a Tee Pee too! There is great hiking and deer as well as elk roaming around. The deer will literally eat blueberries right out of your hand. It is a very cool experience! If you climb to the top and search...

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Las Vegas, Nevada
Reviewed November 19, 2015 via mobile

Great Hike all round. Horrible Horse treatment. They seem malnurished and they seemed overworked. It's sad to see these animals mistreated but the hike is wonderful. Great views and weather during the month of November. Would come here again to hike the whole thing for a couple of days.

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Swindon, Wiltshire.
Reviewed September 12, 2015 via mobile

My daughter and I were booked in to stay two nights, but on arrival at stone cabin no:3, we found it to be dirty and a strong smell of smoke, we couldn't open half the cupboards as they seemed to be jammed shut, there wasn't even a kettle to stand on the gas hob.No where to keep any clothes. The...

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1Thank BassettGirlies
Reviewed September 3, 2015

I was driving back home to California from Texas and Albuquerque in July. I wanted to stay somewhere away from the desert heat that I could have a reasonable drive home from. I remembered seeing these mountains on a previous trip, so I did a little research to find out more about them. I found out that I could stay...

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Las Vegas, Nevada
Reviewed May 6, 2015

We really enjoyed camping at Hualapai Mtn Park on April 30. We stayed in the area across the street from the ranger station and were the only ones there. They had full hookups so you have all the comforts and it was very quiet The man at the welcome center in Kingman gave us directions and told us to try...

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1Thank Jill B
Nevada
Reviewed December 12, 2014 via mobile

Beautiful park to visit and stay during Christmas time. The cabins are decorated, and the Pine air is invigorating. There are beautiful rustic cabins you can rent. All equipped with bathroom, kitchen and heat and/or fireplace. There are Elk, Mountain Lions, Deer, Black Bears, Skunks, and Porcupines all through these parts. Santa and Mrs. Clause were there to cheer us...

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2Thank JohnnyJrNY
Las Vegas, Nevada
Reviewed October 19, 2014

We rode up to Hualapai Mountain in the morning to see if any Elk had come down from the higher elevations. We stopped at the Lodge for a drink, this is normally an Elk highway; we have been here when Elk actually lounge around in back of the bar and restaurant. This day there were no Elk. We drove down...

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Whitefish, Montana
Reviewed March 10, 2014

Myself and my family stayed here for the weekend, and despite the temperatures going below freezing, we had a camp fire and enjoyed the views and the wildlife. One of the most beautiful and peaceful places I have ever been to. We would definitely go back again, and would recommend to others, either camping or in one of their lodges....

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Address: 6250 E Hualapai Mountain Rd, Kingman, AZ 86401-9566
Location: United States > Arizona > Kingman
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“Book far ahead, they fill up fast. There is construction going on, so it was a bit noisy near Rec Area 1 from 7am to 7pm.”
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  • Big table, not enough chairs
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