Free dry camping area in the Kofa NWR south of Quartzsite. No amenities! Approximately 8 miles south of Quartzsite. Between Yuma and Quartzsite, Arizona on Hwy 95 @ milepost 95. You will see the sign for Crystal Hill. Once you do, take the dirt road east for three miles. You will come to an information board. Go three more miles on the same road. Crystal Hill will be on your left.
Crystal Hill has just that, crystals! You are allowed to collect the quartz crystals without the aid of tools. No digging!
US95 south of I10
Facilities: 10 vault toilets (handicap accessible), dry dump station, dump station with water, water station (eight faucets), trash dumpsters. Permit required and sold at the ranger stations there. Located next to The Big Tent during the January RV Show – Swap Meet.
Nice free boondocking sites near the Colorado River in Ehrenberg. The only amenity is a boat ramp. South of the I10 on a dirt road about 5 miles from the pavement. Very popular in winter.
According to Google, off I10 at the Ehrenberg exit toward Frontage Rd N. (where the Flying J is).
Turn left onto Frontage Rd N.
Turn right onto Juneau Ave.
Turn right at Ehrenberg-Cibola Rd.
Turn left onto Ox Bow Rd.
Slight left to stay on Ox Bow Rd.
Destination will be on the left.
Free RV and tent camping about 20 miles south of Quartzsite. No facilities. The road in is dirt and 5 miles from a paved road. Expect a little washboard. Open year-round. There are 6-15 campsites at this location along the road to the trailhead with tent camping at the trailhead and the maximum RV length is any. There is a camphost on site and all campers must register with them.
Located about 5.5 miles north of Quartzsite on the north and south sides of Plomosa Road. Take AZ 95 north from Quartzsite to the Plomosa Road turnoff and turn right. This area is free to camp in for 14 days. No marked sites so just pick a spot you like.
Located about five miles south of Quartzsite at Mile Marker 99 of AZ 95. Take AZ 95 South from Quartzsite to Mile Marker 99. The camping area is west of AZ 95 between the gas line road and La Paz Valley Road. Another free BLM camping area farther out of town. Pin on map is approximate.