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Old 01-28-2015, 09:15 AM   #1
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Lake Havsu BLM sites

We are heading to Havasu and have heard about the BLM dry camp sites around MP 167-an area we have heard called "the steps". Is anyone familiar with area? Wondering about access-we are towing a 22' trailer behind a 30' coach. We camped across from the park south of town last year where they fire off the fireworks but don't believe I can access this year unless the access in has been modified-fairly deep ditch going in.

Shea Rd out or Parker an option but with the race coming will be busy. Anyone camp off Cianeagra (?) Rd?
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Old 01-28-2015, 10:42 AM   #2
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The "steps" you are asking about is not BLM land, it's State Trust land and you need a STATE LAND RECREATIONAL USE PERMIT to stay there. Just this year the state started enforcing the requirement and patrol the area. The permit is only $20 but you have to get it through the mail, no online or retail option. They do provide quick a quick turnaround though.

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