Needles Recreation Management Area

Description:

The Needles office jurisdiction covers California's east coast adjacent to the mighty Colorado River, southward to the Turtle Mountain Wilderness Area, west past the Amboy Crater and on north to the Nevada state line. The area encompassess over 3 million acres of desert wonderment. Elevations range from a low of 500 ft above sea level to well over 7,000 ft at Kingston Peak. Within this geographical range resides a myriad of flora and fauna. Whether it's viewing the bighorn sheep ascending steep cliffs, being serenaded at night by the howling coyotes, the beauty of the spring wildflower bloom, the spectacular summer thunderstorms and sunsets, the pleasant hiking weather in the fall or the occasional dusting of snow in the winter, you are sure to enjoy your visit.

Directions:

From Fort Mohave, AZ 1.Turn left onto AZ-95 S/?Mohave Valley Hwy. Entering California 12.3 mi

  1. Continue onto N K St 0.4 mi
  2. Turn left onto Front St 456 ft
  3. Take the 2nd right onto J St 0.3 mi
  4. Turn left to merge onto I-40 E toward Kingman 1.1 mi
  5. Take the US-95 S exit toward E Broadway/?Blythe 0.3 mi
  6. Turn right onto US-95 S/?E Broadway St. Destination will be on the right

    Phone:

    760-326-7000

    Email:

    droan@blm.gov

    Address:

    Needles Field Office 1303 S. Highway 95 Needles, CA 92363

    Activities:

    Auto Touring Historic & Cultural Site Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Off Highway Vehicle Wildlife Viewing

    Organization:

    BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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