Anza Borrego State Park Coyote Canyon

There is so much to do in the Anza Borrego State Park area including in the town of Borrego Springs. Many people think there is nothing to do out there in the barren desert but for some reason we keep coming back and never seem to run out of things to do. There are, reportedly, over 500 miles of dirt …

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Anza Borrego State Park Palm Canyon Campground

Palm Canyon Campground is our usual campground we stay at in the Borrego Springs area in between boondocking stints.   Campground: Anza Borrego State Park – Palm Canyon Campground Location: Borrego Springs, California Site: 41 and 47 (both pull-thrus) Cost: $33 ($2 discount for seniors) Services: FHU (30 AMP) Comments: Big, long sites with FHU, surrounded by palm trees, perfect …

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Borrego Springs Clark Dry Lake

We left Quartzsite after the RV Big Tent and headed west on I-10 and then south on 78 towards Borrego Springs. The weather had been quite windy and cold but the dunes still did not disappoint.   We came into Borrego Springs from the south and the sky was dark and cloudy due to the storms (which is helping tremendously …

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Readers Oasis Bookstore Quartzsite Arizona

RV Big Tent Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show, also known as The Big Tent, or as I like to call it “Burning Man for Seniors” is held yearly in January. It’s a great place to check out some new RVs and/or new RV products and buy lots of stuff that you don’t really need.  There is also plenty of …

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The town of Quartzsite, Arizona lies about 17 miles east of the California border along I-10 and is known as “The Rock Capital of the World”.  It is also an area that balloons from about a thousand or more people most of the year to over 100,00 during the winter months as thousands of RVers flock to the area to …

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Nellie E Saloon Desert Bar Parker Arizona

  We went back to River Island after several visits in previous years and we had a nice surprise!  They have added high speed WiFi. The best we have encountered at any campground or RV Park. Kudos to Arizona State Parks! We stop here now and then when we need to stock up, resupply, receive packages and/or mail (from Parker), …

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Lake Havasu State Park Arizona

We headed into Lake Havasu City from the south on Hwy 95 with a great view of the lake from the road and on to the state park which is just north of London Bridge.   Lake Havasu State Park is within about a ten minute walk to London Bridge which crosses the Bridgewater Channel. It is a nice walk …

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Lake Havasu State Park - Site 40

We have visited this state park a number of times before one time being during Thanksgiving and the early weeks of December which was just in time for the Christmas Boat Parade. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here so we thought this year we would stay for Christmas and New Years and enjoy not only the local hiking but the …

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KOFA National Wildlife Refuge - Arizona

The KOFA Wildlife Refuge is a 664,327 acre refuge in southwestern Arizona between Yuma and Quartzsite. The name stems from the King of Arizona mine which used to stamp its property “K of A”.  The refuge is run by the US Fish and Wildlife and provides a conservation area for the desert bighorn sheep. The area allows free camping for …

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Los Algodones Mexico

We hadn’t had full hookups and WiFi in quite awhile and we had no plans to have any in the future so we thought a few nights in an RV park to do laundry and pay bills and to get caught up would do us a world of good. AND it did! RV Park: Westwind RV and Golf Resort Location: …

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