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nice gravel areas away from the road- free camping. often used by those with ATV's, lots of large RV'S drive up throughout the area and camp but you will have space all alone and away from the noise and city :)
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Good place right of the highway, on the other side of the scenic view parking lot. If you drive further up you‘ll have no noise. Perfect for one night, nice sunset.Report Check-In
Nice spot! Lot of space, nice sunset and fire pit on couple spot. LTE 2 bar.Report Check-In
Stayed at one of the lower spots for a week. Due to the narrow aspect of this ridge, we had no one close to us, fantastic views and incredible privacy, as no one tried to crowd us on our petite wide spot. This was not the case, please note, at other wide spots. We witnessed more than one interloper squeeze into a spot and crowd those already camped there. Please. Remember. Manners.
Close enough to hiking trails, birding spots, grocery shopping.
Not where I’d want to be in a wind storm, though a high and dry spot in the rain.Report Check-In
The first part of the road is easy for any vehicle, gets soft as you get closer to the hills. Most spots are pull offs along the dirt road. I stayed in the first spot closest to the highway. Traffic noise died down at night & it wasn't a bother. Can be very busy with ATVs during the day. 1-2 bars with TMobileReport Check-In
Many nice gravel sites, most nearly level, rock fire rings. Lots of open space, windy but that’s nice since it’s 89° in November.
3 bars Verizon 5G
Stayed one night here and it was fine (we preferred Craggy Wash which is a little north of LHC). Many other campers, but easy to find privacy. It was very windy when we were there. Relatively close to town and good cell service on ATT. No amenities, but free.Report Check-In
The GPS seems to be a bit off but this place is absolutely beautiful. They created a lot for campers, small but the location is divine and you get to experience the best sunrise in the world.Report Check-In
No facilities. Lots of space and minor road noise. Great for jeeps as you can follow the off-road trails and get a long way away from the other groups of campersReport Check-In
You will easily find many more free BLM spots between Havasu City and Parker dam. This is by far not the only one.Report Check-In