Just a 8 miles north of Lake Havasu City centre, Arizona, on the east side of the highway 95 is the Craggy wash area of BLM land.
Lots of great rock climbing.
You can’t see RV’s from the highway as you need to drive the one mile to the rocky valley camping. This is away from the airport
An ideal boondock location because the road is accessible for all size RVs, it’s convenient to town, and you have the option to park beside other RVs if you want to socialize or pull in farther for more privacy.
Hope you enjoy these 360 photos.
Love our perked coffee. We have the challenge of making coffee in the morning and not using our Keurig coffee machine. To use that machine we had to start the generator because our inverter is only a thousand Watts and the Keurig coffee maker is 1500 watts. So we bought a percolator and it only took me three quarters of a pound of coffee to get it to the point that we love the coffee. Here’s a quick video of our success.
Just a quick update we’re having a great time here in Arizona. We thought we’d share our camping location here in the desert. We camp on BLM land which is bureau of Land management. This land is owned by the United States government and that’s by the people of the United States. We are fortunate to be guests and able to use this land. Here’s a quick look at our campsite from this morning.