Camping: Hualapai Mountain Park, AZ

June 10, 2013
Once the mercury begins to rise, it's time to head for the hills mountains. Temperatures are far more pleasant for long days of riding. Later this summer, we'll head up to Utah, but now it's still nice in the Hualapai Mountains. It only a couple hours away outside Kingman so it's ideal for quick weekend getaways.

It might be close to home, but the woods and pine scented fresh air will leave you feeling like you left the desert far behind. Last year, we stayed in a cabin, which was a great option. This time we roughed it and dry camped. We met up with a group of RZRs, nine in all. We stayed for two nights. Rode three days. Having no shower was tough, but manageable.

We rode the Moss Wash to the old to Gold King Mansion which was a great trail! It offers a multitude of challenges and is a really good ride. We also returned to Boriana Mine, which is an easier route, but still good fun. The campsite was real nice with firepit and picnic table. I'd return for a one night stay in a heartbeat, but when staying more nights I prefer the cabins. I really missed the shower after the second day of riding.

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