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Old 01-28-2008, 05:10 PM   #1
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We are going to move from the Plomosa Road dry camping area tomorrow as we need to dump and take on water. There are 6 LTVAs in the area LaPosa North, LaPosa South, LaPosa West, & Tyson Wash are on the south side of Quartzsite. Mule Mountain is about 30 miles southwest of Quartzsite, 9 miles southwest of Blythe, CA. Mule moutain even has established sites and toilets. You have to dump near or in Blythe. Midland is about 30 miles northwest of Quartzsite and about 9 miles northwest of Blythe. We checked them all out and decided that the four south of Quartzsite are the most convenient and also very nice locations with water and dumping facilities as well as close proximity with the town, shows and flea markets. It costs $40 for every 14 days or $180 for the 5 month season to stay at the LTVAs. Dry camping in the area requires that you move at least 25 miles every 14 days, but doesn't require a payment.
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Old 01-28-2008, 05:10 PM   #2
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We are going to move from the Plomosa Road dry camping area tomorrow as we need to dump and take on water. There are 6 LTVAs in the area LaPosa North, LaPosa South, LaPosa West, & Tyson Wash are on the south side of Quartzsite. Mule Mountain is about 30 miles southwest of Quartzsite, 9 miles southwest of Blythe, CA. Mule moutain even has established sites and toilets. You have to dump near or in Blythe. Midland is about 30 miles northwest of Quartzsite and about 9 miles northwest of Blythe. We checked them all out and decided that the four south of Quartzsite are the most convenient and also very nice locations with water and dumping facilities as well as close proximity with the town, shows and flea markets. It costs $40 for every 14 days or $180 for the 5 month season to stay at the LTVAs. Dry camping in the area requires that you move at least 25 miles every 14 days, but doesn't require a payment.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by John Hilley:
It costs $40 for every 14 days or $180 for the 5 month season to stay at the LTVAs. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
That $180 buys you a 7-month season: 9/15 through 4/15, although you probably wouldn't want to be there in September!
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