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Old 11-24-2020, 09:48 PM   #15
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Consider Quartsite in January, plenty of open space, in the desert during the winter, 70s during the day50s at night... depending on which part of so cal you will get freeway, open spaces, using your heater, and fridge, surrounded by MANY other rvrs. my first trip was in a 2000 30 ft Hurricane with 50 gals fresh water, for 2021 I now have a 36 ft diesel pusher. lots of adventure
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We bought our first and only MH 3 years ago. We had no experiencer with any type of RV before that. WE did learn a lot here and from my Uncle who had owned MHs for many years. Our first time out we went to a casino about 60 miles from our home and stayed at their RV park. It was a good learning experience with the MH, plus a good meal and we broke even at the casino.
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Consider Quartsite in January, plenty of open space, in the desert during the winter, 70s during the day50s at night... depending on which part of so cal you will get freeway, open spaces, using your heater, and fridge, surrounded by MANY other rvrs. my first trip was in a 2000 30 ft Hurricane with 50 gals fresh water, for 2021 I now have a 36 ft diesel pusher. lots of adventure



This would be a great spot for dry camping and really making sure it all works. Plenty of rv'ers around if you need help. If you want to spoil yourselves, try The Springs at Borrego...what a spot. You'll never want for anything but it comes at a price...they are probably in the $150.00 per night range by now.
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Quartzsite is a great place to learn your rig while boondocking. We like to stay a week or 2 around the time of the RV show. We stay at LaPosa South. It costs $40 for two weeks or $180 for the full season. It is convenient because of trash dumpsters and dump stations. There is plenty of free BLM land all around there for free camping also.
If you have problems there are always other folks in the area and plenty of campgrounds if boondocking isn't for you. You can be as isolated as you want, or find some new friends! We have made some lifelong friends in the desert!
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