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Bradshaw City

Arizona

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Bradshaw City - Arizona
Bradshaw City

Bradshaw City was founded as a mining camp in 1863 after prospectors working on the northwest slope of Mount Wasson discovered gold. The camp began as a loose collection of tents which were soon replaced with hundreds of buildings including dance halls, restaurants, saloons, and hotels as the population inflated to around 5000 people. The town supported the Tiger Mine.

Bradshaw City

Elevation:

6,358 ft

Kaleidoscope

Camping: Dispersed

Water: Provide your own. 

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Dispersed Camping

Dispersed Camping
Forest

Forest

Ghost Towns

Ghost Towns

Wildlife

Wildlife

Hiking

Hiking

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Exploring

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Bradshaw City was founded as a mining camp in 1863 after prospectors working on the northwest slope of Mount Wasson discovered gold. The camp began as a loose collection of tents which were soon replaced with hundreds of buildings including dance halls, restaurants, saloons, and hotels as the population inflated to around 5000 people. The town supported the Tiger Mine.

Bradshaw City - Arizona

Arizona

Yavapai County

34°11'48.1"N 112°21'19.0"W

Arizona

Bradshaw City, AZ 86343



Directions: Take I-17 North, Take EXIT 248 from I-17 North toward Bumble Bee/Crown King. Turn left onto Bumble Bee Rd. Turn right onto S Bumble Bee Rd/County Hwy-59. Continue to follow County Hwy-59. County Hwy-59 becomes Crown King Rd. Turn slight left onto E Crown King Rd. Turn right onto S Senator Hwy/Back Road to Crown King (Portions unpaved). Continue to follow S Senator Hwy for 1.6 miles. Destination is on the left.

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Best Seasons & Temperatures

April 18-19 2021

Abandoned

Abandoned