(Located southeast from Quartzsite, AZ)
From Quartzsite take Hwy.95 South.
South of the I-10 overpass turn east on Kuehn Rd.
Continue past Riggles Ave about 1 mile
and you will see the camp areas.
From I-10 take exit 19
Take Riggles Ave.going south.
Turn left on Kuehn.
The camp areas start in about 1 mile.
Paved and maintained gravel surfaces.
Camp areas throughout the desert. Stay
on traveled surfaces.
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.
These are our personal hand drawn maps
Not guaranteed for accuracy
You can hear the rubber of rolling tires
at 75mph from the cars and trucks on I-10.
Purified/ Filtered drinking water in
Shower at Q Laundromat $5 per person.
Showers at Lake Havasu State Park $7 per car.
Cheapest gas in Parker or Lake Havasu City.
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
/ COLORADO RIVER
Also see: CRAGGY
Also see: CRYSTAL
Also see: DOME ROCK MOUNTAIN
Also see: GLAMIS
Also see: GOLD
Also see: KING
Also see: LAKE
Also see: MOJAVE
Also see: NEEDLE MOUNTAINS
Also see: ORGAN
Also see: OSBORNE
Also see: PAINTED CANYON
Also see: PAINTED
Also see: PALM
Palm Canyon is 18 miles south on Hwy.95
Also see: PALO
Also see: PLOMOSA ROAD
Also see: SLAB CITY
Also see: SONORAN
Also see: SWANSEA
Parker 425 Desert Race
425 DESERT RACE
Photos from Parker 425 Desert Race
Osborne Wash Area
February 3, 2007
Leonard Knight's Salvation Mountain
Take Hwy.111 towards Niland, CA
Complete free campground listing
CAMPING ADVICE AND TIPS
Camped here Dec.18, 2005
Camped here Jan. 2, 2006
Camped here Jan. 4, 2009
Free campgrounds and camping
ARIZONA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY