Clickable Area Map: Partial Closure of Bradshaw RD

You can view or print copies of the three detailed closure maps by clicking the links below, or clicking the links on the map.  Please note that only the roads on the perimeter of the closure area remain open.  Travel is prohibited on County Road 60 and all other roads within the closure area. Horsethief Basin is the only developed recreation area affected by the closure.  Geo-referenced maps are provided for those with Avenza Maps on their smart phones.

Map of partial closure area on the Bradshaw Ranger District with links to 3 detailed maps

Bradshaw Ranger District Area Closure Description

Starting on the northwest corner of the closure area at the Prescott National Forest (PNF) boundary and County Road 10 (Iron Springs Road) intersection. Following County Road 10 north and east to the intersection of FSR 74 (County Rd 120, Skyline Drive).  Following Forest Service Road (FSR) 74 south to non-motorized Trail 264. Following Trail 264 south and east to FSR 373 (Thumb Butte Road).  Following FSR 373 south/southeast to FSR 9402C.  Following FSR 9402C to the Mount Francis Non-Motorized Fuel Break.  Following the Mount Francis Non-Motorized Fuel Break south/southeast to meet State Hwy 89 (White Spar Road). Following State Hwy 89 northeast to the junction of Indian Creek Road (County Rd 102). Following Indian Creek Road (CR 102) to National Forest/Ponderosa Park private property boundary.  Following National Forest/Ponderosa Park boundary south then east to County Rd 101 (Ponderosa Park Road).  Following County Rd 101 south to the junction of FSR 97B.  Following FSR 97B south to FSR 667.  Following FSR 667 south and east to FSR 9403C.  Following FSR 9403C north and east to National Forest/private property boundary.  Following the National Forest/private property boundary south and west to FSR 52B.  Following FSR 52B to FSR 52 (Senator Hwy).  Following FSR 52 south and east to County Rd 59 (Crown King Rd).  Following County Rd. 59 north and east to the Prescott National Forest (PNF) boundary.  Then following the PNF boundary south until it turns to the west.  Then following the PNF boundary west until it turns north.  Then following the PNF boundary north until it turns west again.  Then following the PNF boundary west across the eastern intersection of County Road 60 and continuing to the western intersection of PNF boundary and County Rd. 60. Following County Rd. 60 north and west to the PNF boundary. Then following the PNF boundary north back to where it intersects with County Rd. 10 (Iron Springs Road).

View or print Closure Order 09-248 Map #1 View or print Closure Order 09-248 Map #2 View or print Closure Order 09-248 Map #3