Arizona State Trust Land.
We came here just after sunset, it is a pull off right off the road so be on the lookout! There’s a few other places to pull off on. Trails everywhere! Nobody was here when we came, quiet, dark, really chill. There’s home made fire pits all over, we came in summer so did not have a fire.
If you have a jeep or a four wheeler so many awesome trails and roads to explore! Saw a huge chameleon thing running away, super cool. Brought our kids and dog, it was hot in the day so we went to lake Havasu just 20 minutes down the road. Super freaking cool.
Good location between Parker and Lake Havasu City. We arrived the last day of the balloon festival (didn't know about it), and apparently it had been very crowded. But we found a spot rather easily, then as folks left, there was hardly anyone but us there. Views of the lake get better the higher up the steps you go, but most bigger rigs stayed lower, as it also gets bumper the further up. Was quiet with a little street noise, and clean. Great Verizon cell service.
Great little spot. Lots on hiking and pretty quiet the further in you go. Found an abandon trailer that was spooky!
The Steps is aptly name. A seemingly endless number of large terraces step back and up the mountainside. It’s all dirt and rock but Class As are getting all the way to the top levels. Fantastic views the higher up you go. The exit from the highway is NOT marked ! So, watch for the high-voltage power lines cross the highway. There is a gap in the guardrail so proceed slowly or you’ll miss it.
We enjoyed a few day’s at this location. The kids enjoyed climbing and there weren’t many others around. We loved star gazing. I wasn’t brave enough to go up higher, but our view was still beautiful! Super hard to find the pull off, so drive SLOOOOOW as you approach the coordinates.
Ok stop for all size rvs.TVs. Many different levels that you can park. Lots of dune buggy and quad bike roads. Can are more of the lake the higher you park. Lots of high voltage power lines. Beware of rattlesnakes among the rocks
The Steps is Arizona State Trust land with a 14 day stay limit, 2 miles south of Cattail Cove State Park, where dump and water are available. Some areas are smooth, but the spots with the best views mean a little bumpy ride to get to them. Another camper here told me it was an RV park in the works that never transpired. Good hiking trails and wildlife. Great spot between Parker and Lake Havasu.