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Old 02-19-2015, 09:08 PM   #1
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Reccomendation on where to spend the night in Kingman AZ area

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In a couple weeks we will be on a road trip passing through Kingman AZ and we are looking for a good place to spend the night in that area. We would love to find a nice secluded place to boondock for the night. If not staying a at a designated Campground/RV Stop would do well too.
Any Recommendations?

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Old 02-19-2015, 10:10 PM   #2
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A week ago we spent the night in the Walmart. Good overnight, no problems but we were definitely not alone. By the time I checked in the AM, I saw about 8 RV's and at least that many 18 wheelers. A few idiots on the city street with rippin' motorcycles early in the evening, but after about 9:30 it was quiet.

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As I recall there is a truck stop on the North side of town,,, But you want "Secluded" and that is the opposite of "Secluded"

If you are a member of any of the faternal lodges, Moose, Elks, et-al, see if they have a lodge.. Even if there is no RV facitities there is usually a parking lot you can use a couple of spaces in.. Done that in Elkhart. In.. yes, the Elkhart Moose Lodge has NO RV hookups/facilities (But they do have a large slab of parking lot)
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Blake Ranch RV Park
Easy in and out, pull through sites FHU and a truck stop at the same exit with a café. Can walk to the café from campground.
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We have stayed at Blake ranch several times and would recommend it for an easy in out overnight location. It is about ten miles east of Kingman. We have also stayed at the Kingman Walmart and Cracker Barrel. The Elks lodge in Kingman does not allow RV overnight parking, at least that is what I was told several years ago (a city restriction is what I was told). About 30 miles west of Kingman is a rest area but that could be loud with the trucks. We have also stayed in the parking lot of the Dam Bar restaurant but that is right next to the RR tracks and those trains are LOUD.

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