Wild Cow Springs Campground

Kingman, Arizona

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Getting to Wild Cow Springs Recreation site is part of the fun. The drive takes you up into the Hualapai Mountains, steadily climbing 3,000 feet above the Kingman Valley below. The mountains, covered in Gambel oak, ponderosa pines, and craggy granite rock, offer a nice respite during the hot summer months and a great escape year-round. The oaks blaze yellow in the fall; in winter, snow often blankets the mountains and provides smooth hills to toboggan. Spring sprinkles the forest floor with wildflowers.
The Best In Tent Camping: Arizona

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The Best In Tent Camping: Arizona

by Kirstin Olmon and Kelly Phillips (Menasha Ridge Press)

Getting to Wild Cow Springs Recreation site is part of the fun. The drive takes you up into the Hualapai Mountains, steadily climbing 3,000 feet above the Kingman Valley below. The mountains, covered in Gambel oak, ponderosa pines, and craggy granite rock, offer a nice respite during the hot summer months and a great escape year-round.

The oaks blaze yellow in the fall; in winter, snow often blankets the mountains and provides smooth hills to toboggan. Spring sprinkles the forest floor with wildflowers.

©  Kirstin Olmon and Kelly Phillips/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Kingman
Campsites: 18 sites
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Bureau of Land Management
Driving Directions: Directions to Wild Cow Springs Campground

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May 2018