February 17, 2021 - reviewed by Samantha Shanti
Hi Jolly Is Great!
Not my first time in Quartzsite, but I usually stay out on Plamosa road. Thought I'd try something different and stayed here this year. My 2 weeks are just about up and it will be time to move on for a while, but I'm loving the peace and quiet here right now! Clean, quiet, pretty flat, with plenty of spots to camp without being on top of other folks! Great spot!!!
November 19, 2020 - reviewed by Allen Z
Our first experience in BLM. Camp host was as happy and pleasant and helpful as could be. Great level site near the gate. For my first go at it I didn’t risk traveling in with a 43ft 5er.
With the RV pit stop just 2mi down the road I can see this as a great experience.
Will be back and give it a big run this January.
October 24, 2019 - reviewed by Devil Travels
Close To Town
The most annoying thing about this place is trying to figure out location and direct of camping spots. The fire rings only provide general suggestions.
The ground is fairly flat so no washes to battle like other areas.
I only needed to use 1 block so land is pretty level.
Be warned, this is one of the more popular spots during winter (dec-jan) so it can be quite crowded.
April 1, 2019 - reviewed by Reita
Staid here several days in Feb. Clean, people friendly, and quiet. Ground Rocky. We were unsure about BLM but would use again. Easy to get into. Free 14day lomit
January 14, 2019 - reviewed by John
Snow bird Fm WA
Stayed there 10 days in 2018. Loved every day of it! At the time, towards the end of the RV show in Quartzsite, it was clean, quiet, peaceful and pleasant. We don’t go there for services, you can find those in town. Certainly was safe haven for us (the RV) while we explored the tail end of the RV show. Will go back in 2019, no doubt. The host was nice.
November 20, 2016 - reviewed by MnMParker
You can stay up to 14 days, we were only there three. Not a lot to see and do in Quartzite as far as we could tell. Plenty of space for TV and trailer parking. No service at campground. Would stay again passing through.