Your new 21 mountain acres in Arizona are a special and unique location in NW Arizona. Your property is located on a dead end street and consists of 3 parcels totalling 21 acres. Your new Arizona mountain property is just minutes from Hualapai Mountain Park. Your new Arizona Mountain property for sale is surrounded by outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, offroading, and hunting. These three mountain land parcels for sale can be built on and or devloped as part of the Lazy-Y-U Subdivision. Your new Arizona Mountain land for sale has stunning mountain views and canyon views. Arizona property for sale is 3 contiguous plots of 8.14, 7.2, and 6.44 AC 21.78 total AC. Adjoining parcels 20628029C, 20628029D, 20628029E make up your new Arizona mountain land.
About Kingman, Arizona
Kingman is located in northwestern Arizona at the intersection of Interstate 40 and U.S. 93. Situated in the Hualapai Valley between the Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges, Kingman was established in the early 1880'S by Lewis Kingman, surveyor for the Santa Fe Railway. It has served as county seat of Mohave County since 1887.
The Colorado River forms the western boundary of Mohave County with an estimated 1,000 miles of fresh water shoreline including Lakes Havasu, Mohave, and Mead. Outdoor enthusiasts can visit wilderness areas, enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking, and historical sites all within a short drive from Kingman.
Kingman is known as The Heart of Historic Route 66 because it is located in the middle of the longest stretch of the Mother Road still in existence. Kingman has a historic downtown district featuring homes and businesses built in the early 1900S, including the Powerhouse Visitor Center. Beale Street, the center of downtown Kingman, features many thrift and antique shops as well as city and county services. History buffs can also learn more about Kingman from the award-winning Mohave Museum of History & Arts.
Despite being a desert climate, Kingman's weather is remarkably mild averaging highs in the low 100s during the summer peak months and lows in the 40s during the winter months.
Hualapai Mountain Park
Your new Arizona Mountain Land for sale is just minutes from the Hualapai Mountain Park. Enjoy majestic views, hiking, picnicking, camping, wildlife viewing, biking or cabin rentals in this county park nestled in the forest. Higher elevations are home to mule deer, elk, mountain lions, foxes and a wide variety of birds. Hiking trails wind up Aspen Peak and over to Hayden Peak. Stay at the nearby Hualapai Mountain Lodge.
History The name Hualapai' is derived from the word for People of the Tall Pines for the Native American tribe that once called these mountains home until they were relocated by the military in the 1870S. In the 1930S the Civilian Conservation Corps CCC developed the Park's roads, trails, picnic areas, camp sites, stone cabins and pavilions which remain much as they were, giving the Park a unique character all its own.
Wildlife Viewing Hualapai Mountain Park is home to elk, mule deer, fox, raccoon, squirrels, chipmunks and skunks. There are also a variety of songbirds and birds of prey including hawks, owls and an occasional Golden Eagle.
Hiking Trails Take a hike on one of 14 trails. These include 6 miles of developed trails and 10 miles of undeveloped trails ranging from elevations of 6300 ft 1920 m to 8240 ft 2516 m. Enjoy the cool shade of Ponderosa Pine, Pinion Pine, White Fir, Aspen, Gambel, Scrub Oak and Manzanita, among granite rock formations.
Camp Sites Over 70 individual camp sites are available in three separate areas. Grills and picnic tables are included at all sites and a limited few have water no showers available.
Cabins Stay in a rustic stone or wood cabin that will sleep from two to ten people. All cabins include beds, tables, cook stoves, refrigerators, heaters, electricity, bathrooms, showers, hot and cold water, and some have fireplaces or wood stoves. Each cabin also has a BBQ grill and picnic table. Users provide their own bedding, towels, cooking utensils and dishes. Advance reservations are advised.
RV Sites A scenic mountaintop RV park is available with 35 spaces that offer water, sewer, electricity and grills. The RV park is closed in the winter months except for four sites.
Mohave County Hunting
If you enjoy hunting and fishing, Kingman, AZ is a great place to live. Mohave County Arizona offers some of the best hunting in the nation. If you have hunted in Mohave County before, you know of the diversity of wildlife and habitat that provide extraordinary hunting opportunities. If this is your first time hunting in Mohave County Arizona, you are in for a memorable experience.
Most BLM National Monuments are open to hunting. Generally, U.S. Forest Service lands in Arizona are open to hunting. Some of the larger county parks have limited hunting, State Trust Land requires a valid lease or permit. Hunting on Indian Reservations, if allowed, is controlled by each individual tribe. Hunting is allowed on Military Reservation but check before you enter.
Hunting is prohibited in all National Monuments, National Parks, and National Historic Sites. Lake Mead National Recreation Area does have areas that are open to hunting. Wilderness Areas do not allow motorized travel except where specifically permitted. BLM lands in Arizona are generally open to hunting.
While there is no requirement for hunters to wear orange in Arizona it is Strongly suggested that all hunters adopt this valuable safety precaution to help others see and identify them in the field.
The 27,660-Acre Mount Nutt Wilderness is located in Mohave County, 15 miles west of Kingman, Arizona and 12 miles east of Bullhead City, Arizona. This wilderness encompasses an eight-mile-long stretch of the central and highest portion of the Black Mountains. Nutt Mountain, at 5,216 feet, presides over a colorful and wild terrain. Along the main ridgeline, prominent mesas have been cut into a series of steep maze-like canyons. More.
Eldorado Jeep Trail - The trail immediately leads away from the highway. It travels through BLM land for the first stretch as it follows along the wash line, sometimes traveling in the wash. The vegetation is sparse-mainly creosote bush and tall Mohave yuccas.
Special Attractions Old gold, silver, and copper mining remains Colorado River access and camping in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area Chance to see bighorn sheep and wild burros. High-clearance 4WDs are preferred, but any high-clearance vehicle is acceptable.
Expect a rough road surface mud and sand are possible but will be easily passable. You may encounter rocks up to 6 inches in diameter, a loose road surface, and shelf roads, though these will be wide enough for passing or will have adequate pull-offs. Center 35.7523 N 114.5025 W
Moss Wash Trail. Just a few miles southeast of Kingman and a couple thousand feet higher, you will find the Moss Wash Trail. Moss Wash gets its name because of the moss growing along its bottom from a year-round spring.
The Moss Wash Trail leads to the Hualapai Mansion known locally as the Moss Mansion and the Gold King Mine. Built in the 1930S during the Great Depression, the mansion is two stories tall, built of 6-inch-thick reinforced concrete, and has high arched windows now missing all the glass.
Built to house the owners of the nearby Gold King Mine, the Hualapai Mansion has been adopted by the Walapai 4 Wheelers, who attempt to keep it graffiti- and trash-free. N 35 01.590W 113 50.220
Homecourt Trail - Rockin' Off Route 66 - Named for its discoverer, is well-known to the Jeepers of Kingman. It's rated as a 3+ to 4 and many of the Kingman Jeepers use it as a tune-up and a test trail.
The turn-off, which is also an excellent spot to leave your RV or trailer-towing rig, is a wide, flat area about the size of the football field, on the south side of Route 66 right at mile-post 47, exactly 2.3 miles from the intersection of Beale Street and West Andy Devine Avenue Old Route 66. Even if you're from out of state, you can't miss the turn for Route 66, the Mohave County Museum sits on the corner, which is just a few blocks southeast of I-40 on Beale.