Category : Arizona

Phoenix Arizona Christmas Lights Displays

We continue to stay at this park abiding by the rule whereby you can only stay 14 days in a site and then you have to move so off we move. The sites are always nicely maintained and have site privacy and great views but in the winter time these sites can be hard to come by unless you have …

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Usery Mountain Regional Park Mesa Arizona

We are back to the home of the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake and the Peach Faced Love Birds. We have encountered both of these here before and have lived to tell about it (more so because of the rattlesnake, not the Love Birds). We enjoy this campground and the hiking trails and the great views.   Campground: Usery Mountain Regional Park …

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Lost Dutchman State Park Apache Junction Arizona

  Campground: Lost Dutchman State Park Location: Apache Junction, Arizona Site: 31 (pull thru) Cost: $30 Services: W/E (50AMP) Comments: A nice campground with terrific views and great hiking trails.   The state park is situated right next to Tonto National Forest and offers lots of hiking trails that you can spend the day wandering around the mountains.   We …

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Those Young Guys Halloween 2017

We are back at McDowell Mountain where I had my bike fall last year around this same time. I guess I was riding too aggressively and went over the bumps and sailed over the handle bars into the cactus and landed (actually skidded) onto my shoulder and ribs. No broken bones but lots of scratches and bruises. This year my …

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Cave Creek - Stagecoach Village

When heading south through Nevada in the Las Vegas area we like to head through Lake Mead National Recreation Area to help bypass traffic and take in the fantastic scenery. Sometimes we stop and spend a few nights or a week and sometimes we just drive through. Beautiful scenery and no traffic!   And then we continued on over the …

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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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Written on Jan, 08, 2017 by in , , , | Leave a comment
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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