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Old 12-04-2006, 06:15 AM   #1
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Been through the area but have never stayed in this BLM. For those of you who have what are your thoughts on staying in this BLM. We are considering staying there before we head to Q.
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Been through the area but have never stayed in this BLM. For those of you who have what are your thoughts on staying in this BLM. We are considering staying there before we head to Q.
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We always stop at Imperial Dam LTVA after Quartzsite, on our way South and East. Never any problems, short run into Yuma for supplies. If windy, try for one of the lower sites for protection. Burros will visit for handouts. A CB channel is monitored 24/7 for emergencies, check at office. Easy water and dump facilities access. Visit the dam that my dad helped build.
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Old 12-05-2006, 05:56 AM   #4
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Thanks Bill for the info.
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did you go to the imperial dam, how was it and whats there to do??? me and my wife have been thinking about going there
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Wavemaker,

Yes, we stayed at Imperial Dam. Real close to Yuma, which is a pretty large town and they have a large Flea market. You can fish at the dam. Saw alot of ATVs moving around. You are right next to Yuma Proving Grounds. Overall, pretty nice place. It was windy most of the time we were there, which was a pain. They have good dump stations and water points. I'd recommend trying it out. falcon88
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