Wild Cow Springs Campground

Wild Cow Springs Campground is situated in a grove of oak and large ponderosa pines within the Hualapai Mountains, at an elevation of 6,200 ft. This site becomes especially attractive during the summer months, with temperatures here averaging 20 degrees cooler than the nearby desert valleys located over 3,000 feet below. The site has an accessible vault toilet and most camping and picnic areas have fire rings, grills, trash cans, and picnic tables. Fees are charged to camp. All sites are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Draft Business Plan

To continue providing a quality recreational experience at Wild Cow Springs Campground, the Bureau of Land Management has issued a draft business plan fee proposal for this site, in addition to other BLM-managed recreation sites in Arizona. The BLM wants to hear from you about these draft business plans. To review each draft business plan and to learn how to give your input, visit the Recreation Site Business Plans page on BLM.gov

Adventure is at Your Fingertips


Kingman Field Office
2755 Mission Boulevard

Geographic Coordinates

35.0613, -113.86918


From Kingman, travel 14 miles on Hualapai Mountain Road, through Hualapai Mountain County Park into the small community of Pine Lake. Turn right at the Pine Lake Firehouse onto Flag Mine Road, an unpaved one-lane road. From there it is about five miles to the recreation site. High-clearance 4WD vehicles are highly recommended beyond this point. It is not recommended that vehicles towing trailers travel beyond this point.