Kingman Field Office

Bureau of Land Management, Arizona.

Located in northwestern Arizona, the Kingman Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management administers 2.4 million acres of public lands for use and enjoyment. Recreational opportunities included in that 2.4 million acres are four (4) developed campgrounds, nine (9) wilderness areas, fifty-four (54) miles of non-motorized trails, over 7,000 miles of off-highway vehicle routes, and a forty-two (42) miles stretch of Historic Route 66 designated as a Back Country Byway. The Kingman Field Office also manages a wide-variety of landscapes including Mojave Desert featuring dense stands of towering Joshua trees, Sonoran Desert displaying spectacular Saguaro cacti, and dense Ponderosa Pine forests that provide an isolated desert oasis during the summer months.

Camping and Day Use

Nearby Activities


From Interstate 40 take Exit 51 for Stockton Hill Road and head south for 1.5 miles until reaching the Stockton Hill Road/Andy Devine intersection. Proceed through the traffic light onto Hualapai Mountain road travelling another 1.10 miles until reaching Mission Boulevard. Turn right onto Mission Boulevard, the Kingman Field Office will be on the right hand side.