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ARIZONA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
GOLD NUGGET ROAD
QUARTZSITE ARIZONA
Dispersed and Primitive Camping
LATITUDE: N 3340.510
LONGITUDE: W 11404.735
(GPS near the Information Board)
Dispersed and Primitive Camping

Views from Gold Nugget Road
Views from Gold Nugget Road

Views from Gold Nugget Road
Views from Gold Nugget Road

Day Use Area
Day Use Area North from I-10

Day Use Area

Day Use Area

Day Use Area
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Day Use Area
Day Use Area 03

Day Use Area
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Gold Nugget Road
Gold Nugget Road

Gold Nugget Road
Gold Nugget Road

Gold Nugget Road
Gold Nugget Road

Gold Nugget Road
Views from Gold Nugget Road

Cholla Cactus
Views from Gold Nugget Road 04

I-10 viewed from Gold Nugget Road
I-10 viewed from Gold Nugget Road

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Gold Nugget Road

Towers
Towers

Information Board on Gold Nugget Road
Information Board on Gold Nugget Road

This used to be nice and peaceful area with less people,
but now becoming more popular with ATV's... Loud,
fast and dusty, tearing up the desert.

Cholla Cactus
Cholla Cactus

Gold Nugget Road is 7 miles east of Quartzsite.
You can camp almost anywhere out in the desert
in this area.

Desert environment with cactus.
Bring your own water.

U.S. Bureau of Behavioral Corrections
Considering the barren aspect of the desert
it is not recommended to build any firerings.
Enjoy a pristine campfire free of walls of
rock. Stone firerings are frowned upon by
BLM and the Forest Service.

14 Day Camping Limit

North from Gold Nugget Road
LATITUDE: N 3340.822
LONGITUDE: W 11405.205
Day Use Area Only
Can be accessed from Gold Nugget Road

DIRECTIONS:
From Quartzsite, AZ
Take I-10 east for 7 miles
(Exit 26 / MP 26 - 27)

FLASH FLOOD AREA
Beware of weather conditions. Just use
common sense and there should be no
problems. Don't camp in washes or areas
you can see evidence of previous floods.

MAP
These are our personal hand drawn maps
Not guaranteed for accuracy

Purified/ Filtered drinking water in Quartzsite.
Shower at Q Laundromat $5 per person.
Showers at Lake Havasu State Park $7 per car.
Cheapest gas in Parker or Lake Havasu City.

PLOMOSA ROAD ARCHES
ROBERT'S ARCH
There are several natural arches on
Plomosa Road. Arches listed above
are easy access.

Also see: ALAMO LAKE
Also see:
BETTY'S KITCHEN
Also see:
BLAIR VALLEY
Also see:
BOX CANYON
Also see:
CARRIZO BADLANDS
Also see:
CHOCOLATE MOUNTAINS
Also see:
CIBOLA
Also see:
CRAGGY WASH
Also see:
CRYSTAL HILL
Also see:
DOME ROCK MOUNTAIN
Also see:
GLAMIS
Also see:
KING VALLEY
Also see:
LAKE HAVASU
Also see:
MOJAVE DESERT
Also see:
NEEDLE MOUNTAINS
Also see:
ORGAN PIPE CACTUS
Also see:
OSBORNE WASH
Also see:
PAINTED CANYON
Also see:
PAINTED ROCK PETROGLYPH
Also see:
PALM CANYON
Also see:
PALO VERDE
Also see:
PLOMOSA ROAD
Also see:
SLAB CITY
Also see:
SCADDAN WASH
Also see:
SONORAN DESERT
Also see:
SWANSEA TOWNSITE

Salvation Mountain
Salvation Mountain

SALVATION MOUNTAIN
Leonard Knight's Salvation Mountain
Take Hwy.111 south to Niland, CA

The Boneyard
The Boneyard
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is home to thousands
of outdated aeroplanes and helicopters mothballed by the
United States Air Force and other allied forces. The 2,600
acre facility is the size of 1,300 football pitches and sprawled
across the desert in Tucson, Arizona and houses the 309th
Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG)
This 60 year-old facility is America's only storehouse for
out-of-service aircraft.

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Camped here Feb 12, 2010

Free camping and campgrounds
ARIZONA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
QUARTZSITE ARIZONA
GOLD NUGGET ROAD