Quartzite - La Posa
Andi F.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 20, 2022

Boondocking at its best

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 class a stuck and had to be towed out. It’s stunning and is very quiet there, but use extreme caution with heavy rigs.

After we were freed, we crossed over to South. South is the area where you can dump, get water, and empty trash. You MUST have a permit to use the stations. There are two permits; short and long term. Short is two weeks and $40. Long (LTVA) is Sept 15-Apr 15 and is $180.

Because South is access to the stations, it is very busy there. People park in groups and are quite close. If you like socializing and whatnot, the lower part of South is for you. The upper area is a dirt road access in but very quiet with enormous space between rigs. It is almost entirely big rigs who have tip outs and such…much more private area. Please do your best to respect the space up in that area. It’s literally the reason for being there.

This is probably one of the best Boondocking areas I’ve ever seen if you know what you want. Because of the stations, there are reasonable fees but I highly recommend it.

SiteUpper South
Month of VisitFebruary