Bureau of Land Management, California.
Archeological resources such as petroglyphs and rock rings are located in this area. These resources are considered sacred by the Native American Tribes along the Colorado River. A wildlife watering guzzler is also located at the site and is kept active by a water pump leading from the well. This site is located on the west end of the Chemehuevi Wash and receives visitation by OHV riders.
From Needles, CA, take U.S. Highway 95 south approx. 20 miles to Havasu Lake Road. Turn left on Havasu Lake Road and drive approx. 10 miles to BLM Route NS056 - Hightower Road (Powerline Road). Turn right onto NS056 and drive approx. 3 miles to West Well Trail/War Eagle Mine Loop. Turn Right onto West Well Trail and drive approx. one quarter mile. A small parking area will be on your left hand side.