Every entrance is private property
There is no such entrance. Route 89 is the Valley itself. You can’t walk in the canyons nor get close to them. Just take pictures from afar. Thou is beautiful.
The trails are closed until further notice :(
go in the morning (before 11:30) and you will enjoy the solitude of the place! It is beyond beautiful with refreshing waters! Plenty of spots with ropes! Go for a nice early swim! I loved it!
Do not come without a reservation. Spaces are very limited and filled up quickly. Reservations are made Mondays only by calling Mojave National Preserve.
There is an easy trail "Hole in the Wall Ring Loop" that goes around the mountain with spectacular views! It has campgrounds with potable water too. The info center was closed thou.
Do not follow the address here, it will take you to Historic Route 66 Town. This is the actual address Kaibab National Forest
8352–8398 E Old Rte 66
Parks, AZ 86046. Trail is across the parking the lot.
As soon as you take W Arica road the first one is to your left corner. Another one is behind the shooting range.
There is no access to the public it's a government facility.
Really nice stop. Kids enjoyed it too!