Great Mountain Views -2.21 Acres Mohave County

Hike, Camp, RV with easy access to I-40.

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You will be redirected to our payment page to make the down payment and $250 non-refundable doc fee. When financed in-house a $15/mo loan service fee and estimated property taxes to be added to monthly payment.


If you are looking for a sense of piece, you can find it here. Experience great mountain views from your land. This parcel sits in a valley with the Hualapai Mountains 20 miles to the NorthEast, which include Hualapai Peak at 8,417 ft and the Black Mountains to the NorthWest.

This parcel has easy access to I-40 (aka historic route 66) being less than 5 miles away. It is located in Yucca, Mohave County outside the city limits about 24 miles from Kingman, AZ Las Vegas is 125 miles to the northwest and Phoenix is 210 miles to the southeast. Yes, it is serene, but you can still take up activities such as hiking at Hualapai Park, watersports at Lake Havasu and Colorado River, and outdoor exploring with horses, ATV, and quads. Enjoy your property as it appreciates by taking advantage of this beautifully set region of mountain views.

Property Information

Parcel Size

2.21 Acres




Mohave County

Nearest Cities

Yucca, Kingman

Parcel Number



Corner of Dean and Calabasas

Legal Description

Golden Valley Ranchos Unit 3, Blk G, Lot 8









Dirt Road


Solar or Generator


Well or Holding Tank






2,160 FT

Nearby Attractions/City

The City of Kingman

Kingman is the nearest large city , 24 miles away along Route 66, in northwestern Arizona. The historic road’s role in American history is celebrated at the Route 66 Museum, set inside the Powerhouse Visitors Center. Murals, dioramas and a library at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts trace local history. Locomotive Park, featuring a 1928 steam engine, and the Kingman Railroad Museum document the city’s past as a 20th-century railway hub.

Hualapai Peak and Mountain Park

With a trail system dating back to the Great Depression, Hualapai Mountain Park has been a haven for outdoor enthusiasts for decades. A unique view of the desert below and mountain ranges in the distance mean that this is a special, unforgettable place you must experience.

The name Hualapai means “People of the Tall Pines”, and comes from the name of the American Indian Tribe that lived in these mountains until they were relocated in the 1870s. Although the tribe was moved, their name forever evokes a sense of peace and appreciation of the nature found here.

Lake Havasu State Park

The scenic shoreline of Lake Havasu State Park is an ideal place to enjoy beautiful beaches, nature trails, boat ramps, and convenient campsites. This spot is truly a watersport haven located near the famous London Bridge of Lake Havasu City.

The park offers three boat ramps, 47 campsites, a special events area , picnic areas, and beach area. The Mohave Sunset Trail (1.75 miles) winds its way through the lowland desert and along the shoreline.

The Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden showcases the diverse life that exists within the park and this area of the desert. Birds, lizards, and desert cottontails are common sights.