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Old 11-11-2012, 06:17 PM   #1
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Can you buy LTVA permits on site?

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We're in Yuma now and thinking about spending a week of so in the Imperial Dam LTVA. Can I buy the permit on site or do I have to stop at the Yuma office?
What are conditions like in the area as we don't want to get stuck. Does that tend to be a big problem or is it just our first timers jitters?

Thanks hope to see you there.
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Old 11-11-2012, 06:56 PM   #2
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buy at the site and no problems with the area, all good hard ground and a good place to camp. park the M H and use the car to check out the area and find a place to park.............
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Thanks I was hoping I'd get good news on this.
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The office is up by the reservoir and a lot of people camp near it. That is where the dump station, water and trash pickup are. There is a Christian Center about a mile south of the office and provides drinking water and a place to get mail. They will also receive UPS and FedEx packages for you. We have the same RV and towed as you and have no problem with the terrain.

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Thanks John that helps allot.
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