Click Here: Hualapai Department of Natural Resources


*Important News for Hunters*

  • Hunt date: Any 16 consecutive days between August 15th, 2015 to December 31st, 2015

  • Species: Bull Elk

  • Weapon: Rifle, Bow, or Muzzleloader

  • Available Year: 2015 only (Tag is not transferable to another year)

  • Additional Permit Fees (One additional person is included): $1,500 fee for each additional guest

  • Guide Requirements: A Tribal Guide is required. A list of licensed guides will be provided. The client must submit in writing their guide of choice.

  • Guide Fees: Negotiable between Guide and Client (typically between $5,500 to $7,500).

  • Accommodations: Outfitted by Tribe (lodging includes wall tent or single-wide trailer and all meals).

  • Hunt Regulations: The year 2015 Regulations are available here

Mark Greco, Hunter, Clay Bravo, Guide, Elk, Hunt

BIDDING PROCESS: Please submit your bid by email or fax

Submit bid by fax at: (928) 769-2309

Submit bid by email at: click here to email Annette Bravo

For more information please contact Annette Bravo by phone at (928) 769-2255

Minimum Bid: $30,000

Deadline: May 31st, 2015

Bid Opening: June 1st, 2015 - CLOSED




WINNING BID: $45,600



Coming Up Soon

Click here for your camp participant paperwork


Jr. Rodeo Time is Here!!

Entry Forms and Waivers are available at;

Hualapai Department of Natural Resources,

947 Rodeo Way, Peach Springs, AZ

For the Event Entry Form click here to download a printable pdf copy

For the Waiver Form click here to download a printable pdf copy

for any information please call Winkie Crook or Annette Bravo @ (928)-2254

Hualapai, Junior Rodeo, kids, boys, girls, dnr, natural resources, 
      volunteer, donations, roping, bull riding


We monitor the health of the environment and the natural resources from an active management perspective on the Hualapai Reservation.

Areas of operation include;   Administration, Air Quality, Agriculture, Environmental Services, Wildlife Fisheries and Parks, and Water Resources. Water quality monitoring using standards set by the Hualapai Tribe and approved by the EPA for Hualapai Lands while striving to preserve and protect our resources for future generations.

"We have always been the guardians of these resources, and we are so today." - Delbert Havatone, Chairman past

The Hualapai Department of Natural Resources offers the following website as a source of public education and outreach.  Please browse our pages and see our efforts to protect the environment and the natural resources of the Hualapai Reservation.

  Hualapai Natural Resources Website

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Hualapai Natural Resources Website

(Advisory: Links to other Hualapai Tribal departments, programs and organizations provided below will take you away from the Hualapai Natural Resources Website)

General Information on the Hualapai People:

Hualapai Tourism endeavors; Grand Canyon West Resort Corporation:

Visit the Hualapai Tribes Website:

Hualapai Tribe Education:

Hualapai Game & Fish:




     Forestry, Ponderosa Pine Forest on the Hualapai Reservation

Dedicated to the monitoring and management

of the Tribe's Natural Resources and

actively engaged on behalf of the Hualapai Tribe

to provide the data necessary for characterizing,

reporting, analyzing and protecting the Natural

Resources of the Hualapai Reservation









Hualapai Department of Natural Resources,

P.O. Box 300, 947 Rodeo Way, Peach Springs, AZ 86434



Wildlife Water Resources Air Quality Agriculture Administration


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