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Quartzsite: Finding privacy in the boondocking capital of the world

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I don’t know if Quartzsite is officially the Boondocking Capital of the World (is there such a thing?) but any place that attracts between 750,000 and 1,000,000 RVers every year seems deserving of the title.  This is not the place to find the quiet, remote camp sites that we desire but we were passing thru and wanted to see the mecca with our own eyes.  Sure enough, it was a sight to be...

Four perfect days on Lake Mohave

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We had one week to spend in the Lake Mohave area and our intentions were to travel all the way around the lake, hitting up four or five different camp sites along the way.  All that went out the window when we arrived at our first stop at the end of Cottonwood Road outside Kingman, AZ.  At first we weren’t sure which spot to choose of the many beautiful and available sites until we found...

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