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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.
I'm here in the height of snowbird season and the area is pretty empty, although the friendly camp host said there are hundreds en route, a women's camp group, ham radio operator group, and some other group whom I've forgotten. Nothing too spectacular for desert camping, mostly flat, a few dry…
Quartzite is definitely the Mecca of all Van lifers during the winter months and this time out was no different. You can be in the little town with conveniences or go far out and get away from it all. The weather is perfect and the people are friendly
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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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Many dispersed campers lots of room. the road off the highway gravel is 7 miles to the end but I just went about a mile and a half.
Far and away the cleanest BLM camping we've found. We drove most of the way to the canyon and there was not a single piece of trash in the whole place. Amazing views all around, great hike into the canyon! Can't recommend it enough
Found a great private spot on Dome Rock Rd. Beautiful views all around and plenty of room, so far.
Living in a tent is a challenge, but it pushes me and bring out my basic survival instincts. Especially during the cold nights. But with preparation (be prepared as taught in boy scouts) and adapting to changing circumstances, it becomes a normal reality. Solar panel, 12v 100ah deep cycle battery …
If you like to be away ... this is it ! Descent proximity to town . Not many neighbors.. or traffic when you consider ! Certainly Boondocking !
The good: water, trash, dump are all available here. Very level ground. The bad: people. So many people. The price you pay for the good.
It’s in a burned area, and there’s not too much to see, but it’s close to the freeway while still feeling remote!
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Stayed for 2 nights. Quiet for a park this size. Lots of long term tenants. The wifi is awesome. Staff is friendly and helpful. Bathhouse is clean. Showers are lukewarm after the first 30 seconds, which is the only drawback other than the bathhouse and laundry are on the other side of the park…
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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…