Camp Hualpai

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Camp Hualpai (1869-1873) - A U.S. Army camp established as Camp Toll Gate in 1869 at the close of the Hualapai War by Major William R. Price, 8th U.S. Cavalry, in present day Yavapai County, Arizona. Renamed Camp Hualapai in 1870. Abandoned in 1873. Also known as Camp Devin and Fort Hualapai.


This post was established 9 May 1869 as Camp Devin and quickly renamed Camp Toll Gate because it was built along the Hardyville-Prescott toll road. It was later renamed Camp Hualpai on 1 Aug 1870.

The camp was abandoned 31 Jul 1873 and later transferred to the Department of Interior.

Current Status

Some ruins remain, Yavapai County, Arizona

Location: On mesa above Walnut Creek, Yavapai County, Arizona. Map point may not be accurate.

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Lat: 34.93019 Long: -112.84087

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