First attempt at Boondocking and all was well. Easy to find at night. Lots of open space. Got a good rest.
Great spot! Seems like a lot of long-term people there, but everyone was super friendly. The only downside was the snakes. Atleast 4 of them spotted the night I was there. Two rattlers.
Not too bad but March 31/April 1 is packed ( honest, no joke) No idea why so many RVs and campers but I'm only staying one night. Easy to pull off and flat enough for almost any rig.
Right off the road, and super quiet. There were a few RV's there, one of them looks like they might live there permanently, looks slightly sketchy, but didn't see or hear a peep from them. Avoid the lower half unless you have AWD and some decent ground clearance. It's hot AF, so make sure you have fans.
We stopped on the way from LA to Grand Canyon. Easy access and flat gravel surface. Good for any size RV. It’s hot but bearable. There are 4-5 others but very spread out.
Right at the entrance there’s a sign that says maximum stay 14 days. We love that. Lots of RVs trailers and vans everywhere but you can find your own spot with a little searching. Pretty packed but everyone kept to themselves (it was also pouring rain and blasting wind) I showed up after dark and found a spot with a fire ring even. Highly recommend!
Super full of people but overall nice and quiet. When I got in during the afternoon it was not buggy but the next morning I was literally attacked by them and bug spray didn’t even work to keep them away. Other than that a good experience.
Got here late in the evening. Could tell there was a lot of people there, but they were very quiet. I didn't hear any noise from anybody. Was super windy, so if you're in a tent, maybe consider Craggy Wash. I actually preferred the wind, because it helped keep the temp down. Even though it's pretty open, and there's a lot of people, they seemed a lot less sketchy than the people down Craggy Wash. Car had died in the morning, and some guys camping there were kind enough to help me out.
Was there twice. First time it was packed like sardines and the next time was less than half full. Encountered stiff wind both times. Not much level ground so bring level blocks for your tires.
It’s cool if you don’t mind a crowded camping area. No issues. Came in late, left early.
Well populated in the middle of February. Plenty of spot to park accompanied by some nice views. Wasn’t bothered too much by UTVs either which is always a plus. Close to Havasu. Sweet flea market there on sundays. “Cheap” gas just north of the site at the Pilot station.
We arrived at 10pm on a Thurs. Not a lot of people. Mostly flat here, so we managed to not need to pull out the blocks to level our trailer. All gravely surface. Pretty sunrise view. Sun rises on far side of driveway in. Fairly quiet here.
It’s just a bit further down the road (~3 min.) and much more room and overall nicer and safer feeling.
Just North of Lake Havasu, close to Walmart, nice hiking right from campground, excellent tv reception.