Trails Near Hoover Dam Spring - Yavapai County, AZ

Coordinate

Latitude: 34.39752
Longitude: -112.9988

Nearest City
Bagdad, AZ (16 miles away)

Hoover Dam Spring, a spring located in Yavapai County, Arizona. Topo map of lat 34.3975 and long -112.9988. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Hoover Dam Spring.


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  • Forest Service 95 Road
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  • Thumb Butte Loop
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    Looping around Little Granite Mountain, this trail traverses pinyon-juniper woodland interspersed with granite boulders and rock formations, and occasional ponderosa pines. You’ll hav…

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  • Butte Creek Trail
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Hoover Dam Spring Photos

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