$10 gets you into the park and you drive along the canyon rim to pick your spot. Be prepared for some of the most awesome views. Your neighbors are 100 yards away and the canyon rim is 20 ft in front of your RV with 1000 ft down to the San Juan...
BLM land with three covered picnic areas each a couple of miles apart and a campground at the end of the six mile dirt road. We stayed in the second picnic area (local guy said it’s ok). All four spots are on the canyon rim with AMAZING views....
401 days ago
Clean dump that is easy to access with small to medium sized rigs. No fresh water available
Dispersed camping up against a beautiful rock formation on BLM land. Easy drive in via a 2.5 mile dirt road. The 3-4 spots near the picnic tables are easy to access with large rigs. Smaller RV are rewarded with the best 5+ sites farther up the...
There are a lot of campsites here with plenty of space between each one. The view of the sunset over the snow covered Quinlan Mountains is breathtaking. Many sites are easy to access with big rigs.
It’s so quiet out here and the stars are...
410 days ago
There are lots of dispersed camping sites in Anza-Borrego but most are in the wide open windy desert. This spot is the complete opposite. The canyon is about 100 yards wide, maybe a mile long and it has about 4 distinct spots to park a small to...
Great location to visit Organ Pipes National Monument. The road has muddy water holes after it rains. Signs warn of illegal immigration in the area. Who is nearby for food and fuel. ATT, Verizon have good signal here.
414 days ago
Nice desert dispersed campground. The roads are passable with a 2WD 24ft RV. Lots of space between sites. Most sites have good ciews and are far from S22 noise. It took us 3 tries to find the enterance to sweet spot
10 spots all with full hookups within walking distance tosome nice spots in Santa Cruz. Sites accommodate small to biggest rigs with room to park another vehicle next to your RV. Well lit and super safe area of the harbor. Great spot to go on...
$20 total for one to three nights. Well lit parking lot up the hill farthest away from the casino. The lot does not have any level spots so be prepared to level up.
The casino gave us each $10 credit for each of the two nights ($40).
"Amazing river canyon rim views"
"$10 dump. Easy in, easy out"
"Beautiful vistas, quiet, sunny,safe"
"Beautiful canyon dispersed camping"
"Beautiful, not crowded, desert dispersed camping"
"Easy access with 24 Foot RV"
"Small, safe RV park in the heart of Santa Cruz"
"Safe parking lot dry camping"
"Great camping along Lake Roosevelt "
"Beautiful State Park next to the Skagit River - Walking distance to a brewery"
"Great view of Mt Whitney"
" Great dry camping campground because no generators are permitted "
"Great location in the Oregon Dunes area"