Imperial Dam- South Mesa, LTVA | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
15 days ago
Altitude:
93.3 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
p.opperthauser

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

This is one of the LTVA areas. It is a great spot with access for hiking, fishing, swimming, off-roading. There are a few organized activities and a great sense of community among travelers.

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my view for this morning when I woke up.

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One of the LTVAs. Came here from Quartzsite for the weekend to explore Yuma.

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very open spacious area with a lake. flush toilet and shower nearby

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Great spot. See below..best Tmobile signal I got was 2 4G bars and 1 5G bar but nice views..closer and more mountains than La Posa Quartzsite..a reservoir

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Very very big field! Dry camp.
Nice, clean and quiet. Permit requiered. Long and Short term. Short is 40$ for 14 days. Avalaible at the entrante.

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Pretty great deal. $180 covers 7 months (Oct-April) with the dump station included. Toilets are at this site are clean. Showers are a small drive away. Sit itself is just desert, dusty dirt land. You can also pay $15 per night instead. Lots and lots and lots of RVs here. A few hundred. But remarkably everyone is quiet and respectful. Good place!

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this is a long-term visitor area and a great place to spend a short visit or a long visit. We camp here with our friends and buy an annual pass. this is 107 areas that you can camp in and this area has It has 5 dump stations and 8 water fill stations. this is a great place to come for hiking, walking, and just kicking back relaxing

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Great spot. 180$ for a season pass. Access to the “lake” and tons of level camping spots.

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Lots of space in this area for camping, fairly easy access even for big rigs. Although the government website says that you're supposed to have at least a 10 gallon tank, we saw people in tents, pop-up trailers and vans, mostly camping close to the public restrooms, so it looks like it's open to anyone.

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Staying here for the winter. how many for does this take to make 40 characters.

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Great Views of the water and the mountains. lots of wildlife

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One of the best LTVA. 4 water and 5 dump stations. free day use of beach are and $1.00 showers at the lake. second winter here and we love it.

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Hundreds of sites. Dump station and potable water available. We are pulling a trailer and tried to get to the Senator Wash section. A rough section about 2km before it made us opt not to take a chance going up so with some difficulty we got turned around and came here. An inconsistent Verizon/Sprint cell signal.

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very nice ltva I will be back
awesome
the lake, the views, the staff couldn't be better

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This is one of the LTVA areas. It is a great spot with access for hiking, fishing, swimming, off-roading. There are a few organized activities and a great sense of community among travelers.

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