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Centered at Alamo Lake, and about 38 miles north of Wenden, sits one of the Arizona state park system’s best kept secrets, Alamo Lake State Park. It is one of the more remote of state parks and is accessed through a two-lane road that is paved. US Route 93 is to the east and US Route 60 to the south. Sitting on the shores of Alamo Lake which is a recreational and flood control reservoir, search for an RV in La Paz County and experience what makes Alamo Lake State Park a stargazer’s paradise while camping in the immense outdoors.
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Buckskin Mountain State Park is situated in Parker, Arizona and resides next to the Colorado River. The park borders California and has stunning views of the nearby Buckskin Mountains. Due to its climate, it can get to be very hot and humid, especially during the summer where temperatures can reach as high as 115-degrees Fahrenheit.
This state park often hosts events, like ice cream socials, that visitors can participate in to get to know one another as well as the park rangers. This park also has a small visitor center where you are able to stop by and learn more about the local flora and fauna. Keep in mind there is a park entrance fee that guests will need to …
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Northwestern Arizona is all desert, mountains, and the Colorado River. But on the border of Arizona and California, three hours north of Phoenix, half an hour south of Lake Havasu City, and only an hour from Yucca is an outdoor oasis worth visiting if you’re looking to camp in an RV in this region. Cattail Cove State Park is a 2,000-acre expanse based around Lake Havasu.
The park was opened to the public in 1970. Its main draw is Lake Havasu, which is a man-made lake built about 40 years prior. When the river was dammed, the surrounding area filled with 211 billion gallons of water to create this 45-mile-long lake that Arizona visitors frequent all year long. …
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Located on the western side of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument is one of the more recently established national monuments. It was officially created in 2000 by President Clinton to grant the rugged region some protection from commercial mining operations. Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument is managed by both the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and National Park Services (NPS).
Parashant is an Anglicization of a Paiute Native American word that roughly translates to “tanned elk hide.’ The Paiute is one of a dozen Native American tribes that lived and hunted in the region for centuries. There is evidence of settlements that are a few thousand years old.
The closest town is St. George, UT …
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Joshua Tree National Park is an outdoor oasis which sprawls across the Mojave and Colorado Deserts. Many people visiting Los Angeles take a few days to camp in an RV at Joshua Tree National Park. The park’s unique rock formations rise out of a bleak desert landscape, providing a spectacular backdrop for awe-inspiring sunsets. Several small towns are dotted along the edge of Joshua Tree National Park where campers can easily find modern conveniences. Stop in and visit Yucca Valley, located on the northern edge of the park, if you need to restock on supplies.
Book an RV in San Bernardino County to explore the park and get an up-close look at the unique, twisted Joshua trees that grow …
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Postcard-perfect Lake Havasu State Park lures outdoor lovers with sandy beaches, scenic nature trails, and a bevy of water sports. The lake was formed after the construction of the Parker Dam in 1938 and quickly emerged as one of the top recreation areas in Arizona. Spend the day basking on the sandy beach, cooling off in the crystalline water, and enjoying the desert landscape. London Bridge, a larger-than-life antique imported from the English capital, brings a dash of British charm to the park.
Planning a getaway to western Arizona? Book an RV in Mohave County and you can discover Lake Havasu State Park, as well as other nearby parks such as Buckskin Mountain and Cattail Cove. You'll also find championship …
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Lake Mead National Recreation Area lies on the border between the states of Arizona and Nevada, a few miles from the cities of Las Vegas, NV, St George, UT, and Kingman, AZ. This borderland recreational area lies on the shores of one of the largest man-made lakes in all of the country. Becoming one of the first designated recreational areas in the states in 1936, Lake Mead National Recreation Area has a long history of lakeside recreation.
Many campers venture from the big cites seeking the cooling waters for boating, and fishing, and the majestic red hills for hiking. The endless opportunities for outdoor adventure make Lake Mead National Recreation Area the perfect place to take an …
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Mojave National Preserve offers pristine and untouched desert beauty. Don’t let the arid environment fool you — the park is home to flourishing wildlife, like mice, roadrunners, snakes, hawks, and lizards, to name a few, alongside a wide variety of flora.
Epic desert cliffs and rock formations comprised of red rock add bright pops of color into an otherwise monochromatic expanse. These colorful formations served as important markers for team freight wagons around 1870. In fact, the area is rich in history, with a number of protected paleontology sites, including petroglyphs in the El Paso Mountains made by the Kawaiisu peoples. The sites also protect the remains of an abandoned 1850s mine.
The dry and peaceful winters bring dormancy to …
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Located in Southern Nevada, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area was established in 1967, making it one of the oldest National Conservation Area in the state. Located in the Mojave Desert, the area derives its name from the huge jaw-dropping red sandstones that dot its landscape. Las Vegas and Henderson are the nearest towns. With over two million visitors a year, this is one of the most popular natural sites in Nevada. Keystone, also known as Thrust Wilson Cliffs and the 13-mile scenic drive, is the prime attraction in this 195,000-acre conservation area.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is not just a great place to enjoy the views, but it is also a recreational paradise for the great outdoor …
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Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is located near Blue Diamond, NV, which is in the far southern portion of the state. The state park sits just on the outskirts of the large city of Las Vegas. Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is situated only about 60 miles from the international border with Mexico and is about equidistant from the border with California, its neighbor to the west.
In this region, you will find rocky, rugged land, comprised of dusty, scrub brush-covered hills. Though it is located near a large city, Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is situated in a rural part of the desert that is dotted by cactus. The park grounds were once a working ranch that have since …
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Toiyabe National Forest covers 3,171,705 acres near Reno, NV. The word “Toiyabe” means a mountain in the Shoshone language. It was designated as a national forest in 1907. Also known as Humboldt–Toiyabe National Forest, this forest is spread over several counties in Nevada and California, is one of the largest forests in the United States, and encompasses 24 wilderness areas. The most notable natural attractions within the forest include caves, lakes, creeks, and canyons.
Spanning 6,306,777 acres of land near Reno, Toiyabe National Forest is jam-packed with outdoor recreation and wonderful scenery. Over five million six hundred acres are spread in Nevada, while 649,083 acres are in Eastern California. As you would expect, such a vast forest touches several …
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With its striking vistas, vibrant red and pink rock outcrops, and excellent hiking trails, Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada's oldest state park. And although it's found less than an hour's drive northeast of the Las Vegas Strip, only a small proportion of Vegas visitors make the journey out to this astonishing park.
That's their loss, however, as the Valley of Fire offers some truly spectacular scenery and unforgettable outdoor experiences. It's also easily accessible in a rental RV, and there are two campgrounds within the park offering power and water hookups.
Whether you're planning a day trip from Vegas or spending a few days or more exploring the Nevada Desert, search for an RV in Clark County and …