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If you're only spending 2 weeks why not use the free areas rather than the long-term.  We love Scaddan Wash area.  There are always RV pumpout trucks roaming through these areas.  Once you're there talk to others or go to the CofC/Visitor's Center to ask for some phone numbers.

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20 hours ago, 2gypsies said:

If you're only spending 2 weeks why not use the free areas rather than the long-term.  We love Scaddan Wash area.  There are always RV pumpout trucks roaming through these areas.  Once you're there talk to others or go to the CofC/Visitor's Center to ask for some phone numbers.

http://thedyrt.com/magazine/local/rv-campers-guide-quartzsite-az/

That's a great idea. We're certainly not set on any particular place. We will definitely check that out. Another related question- I know you guys have been there a lot- is there someplace to unhook my fiver and then look around for a place to camp, or do we just drive around hooked up til we find a spot? Thanks everybody for all the replies!

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2 hours ago, RangeMaggotBob said:

 is there someplace to unhook my fiver and then look around for a place to camp, or do we just drive around hooked up til we find a spot? Thanks everybody for all the replies!

You can always go to any of the free BLM areas and drop your RV there while you look around.  You'll probably have to register with the camp host, but it's free and you're not obligated to stay there if you find another place you like better.

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Just IMHO in having spent the last 20 years or so winters visiting Q, but expecting someone to come out and service you kind of defeats the spirit of staying in a boondocking area.  Even if they're scheduled, they're likely to be in short supply during the peak weeks as the demand increases.  You just can't build the kind of infrastructure necessary to provide that level of support for the number of people who are only there for a week or two.

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17 hours ago, Lou Schneider said:

Just IMHO in having spent the last 20 years or so winters visiting Q, but expecting someone to come out and service you kind of defeats the spirit of staying in a boondocking area.  Even if they're scheduled, they're likely to be in short supply during the peak weeks as the demand increases.  You just can't build the kind of infrastructure necessary to provide that level of support for the number of people who are only there for a week or two.

Good Lord man- I just want to be able to empty my tanks as needed; this isn't some kind of spiritual journey. I might just stay longer than a week or two. But thanks for the input.

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23 hours ago, Lou Schneider said:

Just IMHO in having spent the last 20 years or so winters visiting Q, but expecting someone to come out and service you kind of defeats the spirit of staying in a boondocking area.  Even if they're scheduled, they're likely to be in short supply during the peak weeks as the demand increases.  You just can't build the kind of infrastructure necessary to provide that level of support for the number of people who are only there for a week or two.

So people who use a blue boy and/or a water bladder in their truck aren't boondocking? Since boondocking apparently means not needing such service? Are we not supposed to go dump and fill during our stay as well? The OP was just looking for a way to not have to move his rig during his stay in the desert.

Linda

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If you don't like your neighbors within spitting distance you may find the pay areas more amenable. The Hi Jolly free area, for example, is usually wall-to-wall, and I imagine now it's pretty crowded.

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5 minutes ago, Jerry Campbell said:

It seems that no one answered your question

La Posa South about 5 miles south on 95, on the left. As far as I know it's the only one of the ltva's with water, dumpsters and dump station. 

Good luck and have fun

Jerry

However, if you have paid to stay at the other LTVAs, you can use the facilities at La Posa South.

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