About Mohave County Parks
Welcome to Mohave County Parks
Mohave County residents and visitors from afar can enjoy over 4,000 acres of parks and recreational facilities located from the Colorado River to the Hualapai Mountains.

Whether enjoying a hike in the fresh pine trees of Hualapai Mountain Park, walking among the Joshua trees in Dolan Springs or strolling along the Colorado River, Mohave County Parks offers over 20 miles of diversified trails. For 2020, the new Heritage Trail will be completed and provide an exciting eight-mile trail flanking the Colorado River from Davis Camp to Davis Dam.

Visitors can rent a cabin, vacation home, camp, hike, bike, fish, view wildlife, or play disc golf. From winter to summer fun, Mohave County Parks has it all. 

At Davis Camp, visitors can enjoy an amazing two miles of shoreline along the Colorado River. While at Hualapai Mountain Park, visitors can view wildlife and experience cool temperatures at 6,500 feet while enjoying the beauty of our local mountains offer.

Why does Mohave County Parks charge fees for access? Mohave County Parks operates solely on revenue generated from user fees, and these revenues collected to support our administration, operations, and capital improvement projects.

Thank you for your support, and please have a great day in our parks!