Bureau of Land Management, California.
Clark Mountain Camp is located on the southern end of the Clark Mountain Range. It is also within the Clark Mountain Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). The site contains several picnic tables, a dual pit cooking grill and a parking area. The Clark Mountain area has a record of aboriginal occupation spanning a period of over 4,000 years. The area is also known for its mining history. The rugged terrain, variety of vegetation, and degree of color contrast contributed to Clark Mountain's rating of outstanding scenic quality. Mule deer and desert bighorn sheep can also be found throughout the area.
From Needles, CA, take I-40 west approx. 10 miles to the U.S. Highway 95 north exit. Exit north and take U.S. Highway 95 approx. 45 miles to NV State Route 164 (Searchlight, NV). Turn left on SR 164 and drive approx. 20 miles to the CA/NV state line. The road turns into Nipton Road. Drive on Nipton Road approx. 15 miles to I-15. Take I-15 west approx. 6 miles to Bailey Road. Turn right at the Bailey Road entrance and then take your first left onto Clark Mountain Road. Follow Clark Mountain Road approx. 5 miles to the site.