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Old 01-23-2018, 10:22 PM   #15
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We like to stay at Scadden Wash. It's a 14-day area and no permits are required. Just drive in and pick your spot. If you take the south frontage road you'll see the parking places and you can continue to drive until the end of paved frontage road- a mile or so, turn right on the good gravel road and there are more sites.

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Update: spoke w/ BLM Ranger Jan. '18 Permits are free but required

According to the BLM Ranger, Permits are required in Scadden Wash. Also if you are in a group, a group permit is required on BLM land around Quartzsite, for I believe $150.00/year plus your group may need port-a-johns.
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Update: spoke w/ BLM Ranger Jan. '18 Permits are free but required

According to the BLM Ranger, Permits are required in Scadden Wash. Also if you are in a group, a group permit is required on BLM land around Quartzsite, for I believe $150.00/year plus your group may need port-a-johns.
Hmmm. Wonder if this is all new. We haven't been there in a couple years but we always stayed with a large group of Escapees (approx. 100+ RVs) and we didn't have to have a group permit at Scadden Wash. The same group is meeting right now there and I haven't heard of this. We definitely didn't need port-a-johns. Our RVs are self-contained, why would we? We also didn't need a personal permit either for the 14-day areas but that could have changed, also.
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Latte stands?? That's a good one! Haven't seen one anywhere in the SW and refuse to spend $$ at Starbucks. Of course they are literally everywhere in the PNW.
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LOL at the latte stand comment. I haven’t seen one in town either, so we just bring our own espresso/latte maker. Each morning the generator goes on long enough to make two - mine is generally vanilla but DH likes to try different ones.

We are in LaPosa Tyson Wash area, about 2 miles south of town. $40 for a 14 day permit, with access to dump and water at LaPosa south. Nice area.
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