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Posted: 01/19/20 03:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi folks, we are planning on going to Quartzsite on January 24 for two nights with another couple (2 RVs) and we will be taking our SxS with us. Any recommendations in where to camp and ride in BLM land for two days? We will be coming down south on Hwy 95 from Parker. We prefer an area that's not too far from town since we will be driving our SxS to town. Thanks in advance.





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Posted: 01/19/20 05:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The closest to town are the Long Term Visitor Areas La Posa West & East, however they have a minimum of 14 days for $40.00.

There are a couple of 14 day free camping areas 2 - 5 miles outside the town on 95 North & South, as well as Dome Rock about 4 miles west.


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Two of us stayed at Roadrunner on Thurday and Friday. Plenty of room. No facilaties but rock fire rings. No charge for up to 14 nights. Every type of RV there and lots of side by sides but some dust. A little generator noise from the class A's but not bad.


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best IMO SxS riding is around Bouse Lots of free 14 day blm land north or south of Plomosa rd without crowds. Its a bit too far to ride to SxS to the Q , but worth it.
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Mile post 99 south of town. Road is La Paz

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Thanks, everyone. I guess where we stay will depend on finding a suitable spot in the recommended area.

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you'll see some BLM campgrounds...no frills...as you're moving south toward Quartzite... a few miles north of the town.


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