Accommodations are available in our rustic cabins that sleep from two to twelve persons. Cabins 1 – 19 are equipped with beds, tables, cook top stoves, refrigerators, heaters, electricity, bathrooms and showers, hot and cold water and some are available with fireplaces or wood stoves. Each cabin also has a barbecue grill and picnic table outside. Camping Cabins 20 – 24 are equipped with beds, tables, microwave ovens, small refrigerators, electricity and space heaters. Restrooms/showers for the camping cabins are located just across the street.
Users provide bedding, towels, cooking utensils and dishes.
Reservations can be made by calling (877) 757-0915. A $5 non-refundable reservation fee will be charged to your credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover) when reservation is made. The first night’s rental fee will be charged to your credit card if a cancellation is not received within 48 hours prior to the reservation date.
Special Provisions for Holidays:
Three-night minimum stay required. The first night’s rental fee will be charged to your credit card if a cancellation is not received within 7 days prior to the reservation date.
Check In Time: 1:00 p.m. Check Out Time: 11:00 a.m.
Click on Cabin # for photos of that cabin.
Cabins 1-4 are stone.
Cabin 1: Boulder Run – Double bed, fireplace, sleeps 2.
Cabin 2: Cliffrose – Two double beds, fireplace, sleeps 4.
Cabin 3: Avalanche – Double bed, fireplace, sleeps 2.
Cabin 4: Silverstone – Double bed, set of twin bunk beds, fireplace, sleeps 4.
Cabins 5-18 are wood.
Cabin 5: Woodsman – Double bed, sleeps 2.
Cabin 6: Sweetwater – Double bunks, wood stove, sleeps 4.
Cabin 7: Eagle’s Rest – Double bunks, wood stove, sleeps 4.
Cabin 8: Wildwood – Double bunks, wood stove, sleeps 4.
Cabin 9: Timberline – Double bed, wood stove, sleeps 2.
Cabin 10: Stonebridge – Double bed, sleeps 2.
Cabin 11: Chaparral – Double bunks, wood stove, sleeps 4.
Cabin 12: Bushwhacker – Double bunks, wood stove, sleeps 4.
Cabin 14: Pinecrest – Double bunk beds (in separate room), set of twin bunk beds, wood stove, sleeps 6.
Cabin 15: Aspen – Double bunk beds (in separate room), set of twin bunk beds, wood stove, sleeps 6.
Cabin 16: Bunkhouse – Three sets of double bunks, fireplace, sleeps 12.
Cabin 17: Manzanita – Double Bunks, sleeps 4.
Cabin 18: Sawmill – Two sets of double bunks, sleeps 8.
Cabin 19: Buckaroo – Three double beds, two double bunk beds, sleeps 14 (Two bedroom, two bath, full kitchen, equestrian facilities)
Cabins 20-24 are Camping Cabins with the following amenities:
- Double bunks, sleeps 4
- Small refrigerator
- Microwave oven
- Space heaters
- Restrooms/showers located across the street
- Cabin 24 is handicap accessible
- Single cots, sleeps 4
Hualapai Mountain Park is proud to offer two locations within the park for our guests with recreational vehicles. All sites are full hook-up which include water, electric and sewer.
Open May 1st – Oct 31st, the Pioneer RV Park is our original RV park. Located in the cool pine trees, it offers ten sites that accommodate up to 30′ vehicles.
The Elk Ridge RV Park is open year-round and provides full hook-up from May 1st – Oct 31st. Electric hook-up only is available between Nov 1st – Apr 30th. Situated on a hillside offering stunning views of the surrounding area, these 24 sites can accommodate any size vehicle.
Check In Time: 1:00 pm. Check Out Time: 12:00 pm
For reservations, please call (877) 757-0915.
Granite rock formations among the ponderosa pine and gambel oak offer a truly unique camping experience. Hualapai Mountain Park offers over 70 individual campsites located in three separately designated areas.
Picnic tables and grills are available at most sites, but water is limited to only a few sites.
All campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Hualapai Mountain Park has facilities available to accommodate groups of up to 500 people. Clubs, civic groups, churches, businesses and weddings have found this to be the ideal setting for picnics and social get-togethers. Three Recreation Areas, as described below, are available by reservation only. Security deposits are required and rent must be paid at least one month prior to the reservation date. If recreation area users choose to stay overnight they will be subject to camping fees and must leave the area by 8:00 am.
Recreation Area 1 – Ponderosa
Constructed in the 1930’s, Recreation Area 1 can accommodate groups of up to 500 people. The large stone lodge features electricity, hot and cold water, sink, stove, oven, refrigerator, serving tables, two fireplaces and a kerosene heater. Outdoor facilities consist of large grills, pit barbecue, cooler, lighted ramada and picnic tables. A playground provides special fun for children, as well as a ball diamond and horseshoe pits.
Recreation Area 2 – Pine Knoll
Built in 1983, Recreation Area 2 can accommodate small groups of up to 150 people. This stone and wood lodge has electricity, hot and cold water, sink, refrigerator, stove, oven, wood burning stove and bathrooms. Outdoors there is a lighted ramada with picnic tables, barbecue, horseshoe pits and a playground area.
Recreation Area 3 – Rotary Club
Recreation Area 3, built in 1991, through the combined efforts of our local Tri-State Rotary Clubs, can accommodate up to 150 people. The log building is equipped with electricity, hot and cold water, sink, stove, oven, refrigerator, restrooms and a propane heater. Outdoors there is a lighted ramada with picnic tables, a pit barbecue, horseshoe pits and a playground area for the children.