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There are numerous opportunities for OHV recreation in the Kingman, Arizona area. Joining a local club will provide you with information all about riding and enjoying the great outdoors with a group of like minded folks who enjoy adventure and exploring our beautiful area.

Local land management agencies have information and maps available. Please contact the local land management agencies for updated information on access, closures, rules and regulations, and other information prior to planning activities.

Warning: Be very cognizant of the weather conditions. Let others know your route and return time. Make sure your vehicle is in top working order, have plenty of fuel, water, snacks, blankets and a cell phone. Always stay on marked roads and trails and travel with another ATV for safety reasons. It can be a long walk back to get help if your all alone.

There are great ATV riding trails in the Kingman area!

Packsaddle Mountain Loop near Chloride is a 16.5-mile route through the Cerbat Mountains open to ATV riding. The trail follows a long winding shelf road. It passes through the Chloride town site.

Portland mine road is in the Black Mountains and is a 31.8-mile route open to ATV riding. The trail runs along a sandy wash and then down into a shallow canyon.

Thumb Butte Trail is in the Black Mountains and has a 14-mile route open to ATV riding. It travels through rugged terrain and over gravelly washes. It gets more difficult as it goes along.

The White Hills Trail is a 22-mile route open to ATV riding. The route travels through the White Hills and Cyclopic, and passes the Hualapai Valley.

Hualapai Mountain Park OHV Trailhead is at an evations range from 6,500 feet in the pines to 1,000 feet in the low desert. Hualapai Mountain Park has access to literally hundreds of miles of trails suitable for ATV travel. The facility is a fee area that offers cabins, camping and a staging area.

The park recently constructed a trailhead for this purpose which is suitable for small to medium size groups that offers an unloading ramp, parking and campsites that give direct access to the trails. Rides begin in the cool pines and you can tour several routes including the Goldking Mine Mansion, Wild Cow loop and Boriana Mine trail that spans over 40 miles of mountains!

Official Hualapai Mountain ATV information. (928) 757-3859

There are 100's of miles of old mining roads and trails all around Kingman, AZ
Arizona OHV Regulations
Starting January 1, 2009, new Rules and Laws regarding OHV use went into
effect statewide. Be sure to review the operating, equipment, and OHV Decal rules.
Kingman Area ATV Groups
Cerbat Ridge Runners ATV Club
Contact: James Johnson
10375 E. Blake Ranch Rd.
Kingman, AZ 86401
(928) 413 3352
Walapai 4 Wheelers
Kingman, Arizona
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