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Kingman BLM Field Office

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Description - The local Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Kingman manages nearly 2.4 million acres of public lands in Mohave and Yavapai Counties.

Recreation - These lands support a wide variety of different types of activities which serve an equally wide variety of people. These activities include hiking, camping, horseback riding, mountain biking and other forms of recreation.

These opportunities can range from horseback riding in a vast undeveloped wilderness, to organized group camping trips to a developed campground. and lots of things somewhere in between. Some folks like to go hunting and fishing, or just to photograph wildlife or desert scenery. Others enjoy recreational rockhounding or sightseeing. Others like to take hikes or drive off-highway vehicles to find a quiet place to contemplate life or the beauty of the desert.

Climate - The climate of Arizona is as diverse as it's landscape. The higher elevations receive more precipitation, some in the form of snow during the winter months. The mountainous areas experience cooler temperatures with cold winter months. Dress in layers for your travels in this state of varying layers and be prepared for cool temperatures in high elevations. Little rain falls in this area so be prepared with plenty of drinking water.

Location - The Kingman BLM Field Office encompasses the BLM lands of northwest Arizona.

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Filed By: Josh
Number of People Encountered: 11-25 ppl
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Report: Today, I drove north on the N Bush Highway out of Mesa, AZ towards Hwy 87. This is a beautiful little drive! Because it is a Monday, there were not too many people on the road. I have drove through on a weekend though, and it's pretty packed with people. The way I went is fairly simple. I started on Power/N Bush and headed North. Then I intersected Hwy 87 just a little ways up the road and headed Southwest back into the Phoenix area. Many of my freestyle explorations are usually more intense, but this was a great little drive. The only landmark I have to report is a location which I have coordinates to. If you have an OHV, you should turn off N Bush here : N33d35.624 W111d32.627. Then, take the trails to this location : N33d35.965 W111d32.098. You will find yourself at a remarkable hilltop which overlooks a gorgeous valley to the Northeast which displays a perfect view of the Four Peaks! Hope you make it! ~ Josh For photos of this freestyle exploration, go to this address : www.swissperpetual.com/jddpj23.html

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Contact Information:
Kingman BLM Field Office, 2755 Mission Boulevard , Kingman, AZ, 86401-3629, Phone: 928-718-3700, Fax: 928-718-3761

Additional Information:
Arizona BLM Lands - The BLM administers 14.2 million acres of public lands in Arizona. They offer a wide range of recreational activities, including hiking, mountain biking, rock hounding, hunting, nature study, camping, off-highway vehicle exploration and boating.
Central Arizona - Central Arizona, located in the middle of the state and north of Phoenix, features Prescott National Forest, Verde Valley Wilderness, Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, and Dead Horse Ranch State Park.
Grand Canyon Country - Grand Canyon Country encompasses northwestern Arizona. It features Grand Canyon National Park, Kaibab National Forest, and Slide Rock State Park. Flagstaff is the largest city in the region.
Western Arizona - Downstream from the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River reaches Hoover Dam, where it forms Lake Mead. Western Arizona encompasses the area from Lake Mead, south past Yuma, to the Mexican border.

BLM Arizona - Official BLM Arizona Site


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