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Hualapai Mountain Cabin

Your Best Choice for Lodging
at Hualapai Mountain in Arizona

Your Best Choice for Lodging at Hualapai Mountain in Arizona

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Our Hualapai Mountain Retreat is the perfect choice for an escape from the summer heat. The elevation of 6200 ft makes the temperature 15 to 20 degrees cooler than in the valleys below. Our rear patio has a gas fire pit with seating for six, propane BBQ, and a dining table overlooking the forest below. Make our cabin your first choice while visiting the mountains for a romantic weekend getaway or a family vacation.

Our cabin has two bedroom and two and one half baths. It has a full kitchen with a dishwasher, full size stove and refrigerator. The master bedroom has a king size bed with a bath room attached and a private entrance to the rear patio.The second bedroom has a queen size bed. The living room has a large wood burning fireplace with a 50'' smart HD tv (Netflix, Amazon movies, Showtime and more) and a sleeper sofa. The dining area has seating for six. The upstairs family room has a 65" HD TV, pool table, wet bar, full size sleeper sofa and a one half bath.

The Hualapai Mountains are known for an abundance of wildlife spotting, and the miles and miles of ATV and hiking trails. We have deer and elk visiting in our front yard almost every day. There are elk all over the mountain. You can sit in the nearby restaurant (excellent food) and often view the elk from the window. Make our Hualapai mountain cabin your first choice while planning a trip to the mountains for a romantic weekend getaway, or a family vacation!

LOCATION

Hualapai Mountain outside of Kingman, AZ

The Hualapai Mountains are covered in pine trees, namely pinyon pine. Above 5,500 feet (1,700 m) the ponderosa pine appear. Most pine trees are found on the cooler north facing slopes. The habitat is mainly forest, and has many natural springs.

The ecology of the Hualapai Mountains is comparable to that of the San Bernardino Mountains and San Jacinto Mountains in southern California, with major forests of many conifer species, as well as aspen groves at higher elevations. The higher elevations of the Hualapai Mountains support Madrean Sky Islands habitats.

Bear, elk, mule deer, mountain lion, javelina, and other animals can be found here. Mountain lion and bear have been drawn to civilized areas like Pinion Pines and Atherton Acres due to the large deer population. There are some animals only native to the Hualapai Mountain range, including a breed of ground squirrel, and tarantula.

Hualapai Mountain Park

Hualapai Mountain Park is a county park and was first developed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The name Hualapai is derived from the name of the Indian tribe that once lived in the mountain. The park encompasses over 2,300 acres (9.3 km2) with elevations ranging from 4,984 feet (1,519 m) to 8417.

The park has cabins, recreation areas, dry camping campsites, hook-up spots for recreational vehicles, and teepees available for rent.

There are 10 miles (16 km) of hiking trails ranging in difficulty, and an ATV trail head which leads to the trails. There is a designated fire escape route to get down and out of the park during wildfires.

The park is managed by the Mohave County Parks department and the Hualapai Mountain Park staff. There are small signs around the park area telling the history of the park, the types of vegetation, and about other features.

A number of residential communities are located in the mountains and foothills. They are all unincorporated areas and are governed by Mohave County. The Pinion Pine community has two fire stations with one station staffed full-time.

AMENITIES

Fireplace 
Phone 
50'' Smart HD TV
Netflix, Amazon, Showtime and more
Stereo 
Dishwasher 
Full kitchen 
Linens provided 
Cookware and utensils provided 
Gas BBQ

ACTIVITIES

On-site or nearby:

Hiking  
Fishing 
Hunting 
Wildlife viewing 
Horseback riding  
Mountain Dining

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Standard Rates

$175/night (minimum two night stay required) 

Holidays

$200/night (minimum three night stay required). Holiday rates apply to two weeks at Christmas time, President's Day Weekend, Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day Weekend.


$75.00 NON-REFUNDABLE cleaning fee

$200.00 Refundable security deposit
Local tax will be applied

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No Smoking  •  Pets Allowed With Notice

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PHONE HOURS:
Monday-Saturday 7a-7p

VACATION COMMUNITIES:
Brian Head, Utah; Island Park, Idaho; Bullhead City, Arizona; Hualapai Mountain, Arizona

CALL DIXIE OR GARY:
1-888-200-4988 (OFFICE)
702-275-3109 (MOBILE)

EMAIL:
gary@our-vacation-rentals.com

Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information below. We look forward to having you stay in our vacation homes!

PHONE HOURS:
Monday-Saturday 7a-7p

VACATION COMMUNITIES:
Brian Head, Utah; Island Park, Idaho; Bullhead City, Arizona; Hualapai Mountain, Arizona

CALL DIXIE OR GARY:
1-888-200-4988 (OFFICE)
702-275-3109 (MOBILE)

EMAIL:
gary@ovacr.com

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