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60’s-70’s during the day, high 30’s to 50 at night. Can be windy. A lot of campers, but there’s plenty of room. Zero amenities, and the desert is fragile, so you must be prepared to pack EVERYTHING out.
La Posa BLM has several entrances and is massive. It makes reviews tough on this because it depends which area you are in. I’m am reviewing Tyson Wash and South.
I do not recommend Tyson Wash for large RVs. They are there, but there are areas where the ground is deceptively soft. We got our 38ft…
I've visited here 2 years in a row, 2021 and 2022. It seems to be pretty popular as it was very diffecult to find a secluded camp area.
Hi Jolly is BLM so it’s free which means you need to be self-contained.
Although we are here in the winter, it’s full but not packed. The spots are large and able to accommodate our Class A. This area has a park host, so if he’s there, check in. It’s clean, lots of dogs (which I am a fan of…we…
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Found a great private spot on Dome Rock Rd. Beautiful views all around and plenty of room, so far.
You can stop earlier than this just be cautious about the no camping signs. I went back to the empty tanks area and then went in from there. You can get stuck in some sand but if you stay in more gravel area you should be fine. Did see some coyotes so be careful with small animals during the night.…
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Amazing views, friendly staff. Also full hook up sites with 30 amp.
What a gem! Beautiful location, very peaceful and well managed. I spent two nights here and will return for a longer stay soon.
Found the whole Quartzsite area intriguing and lots of activities i.e. craft shows, swap meets and other get together’s. If you do not have a four-wheel-drive then there are not many outdoor activities. We saw delivery trucks for emptying black tanks, Propane, and water. Quartzsite has everything…
Lots of sites for rvs and tents, usually quite a few folks out there but it is quiet. There are rock fire rings and if you go a bit further down the road there are secluded sites. Would not attempt to get to those sites with a car though. Not too far from Parker AZ and Lake Havasu.
Large dispersed camping. Boondocking here was easy, close to town and beautiful sunrise/sunset. The host was nice. No fee camping so how could anyone complain! Flat land with lots of room to explore.
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We love the weather and the scenery. Nice facility and really quiet.
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This BLM road spur is across the hwy to the south from the other 139.0 north BLM dispersed area. However this site has much more open desert pavement fingers to camp on and access roads are better. Good cell and likely OTA tv, but no water, trash, restrooms or designated sites. Free BLM dispersed,…
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This BLM spur leaves hwy #62 at MP 138.0 at top of hill at boundary of the CRIT reservation. The rocky two track goes north and numerous campsites are available. Since this road spur is closest to Earp and Parker it is popular. Good cell signal and some noted OTA tv signal also. BLM free…
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This site is along the Chambers Well Road ( no signage though), it is noted as BLM trail road #682. Go past the aqueduct ROW and camp on other side....road is a bit loose gravel due to use by trail types. Cell service very good. Hwy 62 noise is likely. This is close to Vidal Jct and there are…
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