Wild Cow Springs Campground is situated in a grove of oak and large ponderosa pines within the Hualapai Mountains, at an elevation of 6,200 ft. This site becomes especially attractive during the summer months, with temperatures here averaging 20 degrees cooler than the nearby desert valleys located over 3,000 feet below. The site has an accessible vault toilet and most camping and picnic areas have fire rings, grills, trash cans, and picnic tables.
Fees are charged to camp. All sites are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
I love this campground because it's off a dirt road, quiet, and small. Mostly for tents, small groups, or 4x4's. There is a clean vault tiolet with a garbage receptacle. Rv's could get stuck.