The Grimshaw Lake Watchable Wildlife Trail is part of the Amargosa River Natural Area, administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The gravel trail follows an easy, flat route along the abandoned corridor of the historic Tonopah and Tidewater ("T&T") Railroad, built around the turn of the 20th century.
The trail passes through the open Tecopa Basin, where wildlife flourishes, particularly bird species. Nearby you'll find Tecopa Hot Springs County Park.
Parking and Trail Access
Access to the southern end of the trail from a dirt road that turns west from Tecopa Hot Springs Road, about halfway between the communities of Tecopa and Tecopa Hot Springs. Look for the sign for Grimshaw Lake Watchable Wildlife Site and take the dirt road around a small hill; park next to the elevated railroad right-of-way.
Routes to Viewing Area
Dirt road leads to viewing area and hiking trails only. From Hwy at N35.85783 W116.23106 elev 1376’ you have a choice of the dirt road or open route for mountain bikes. Both routes 0.16 mile. The newly surface 2 mile Tecopa Hot Springs Road has bike lanes ...