Free Boondocking Laughlin Riverside Casino Camping

Blacktop boondocking in the Riverside Casino parking lot in Laughlin NV.

Lake Mojave AZ side. Fulltime RV

Again, fruitless searching for free boondocking! They got the AZ side locked down!

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Cal Nev Ari RV Campground between Vegas and Laughlin

A reasonably priced RV park in the stretch of desert between Vegas and Laughlin. Quiet, pleasant, wide open views, good place to let the dog run!

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2015 Las Vegas Area Snow Fulltime RV

I landed in Cal Nev Ari, between Vegas and Laughlin. It snowed all day New Year’s Eve, but sunny and melting on New Year’s day. Didn’t want to boondock at the lake or in a casino parking lot in a below freezing snow storm. It’s nice here, Toto gets to run!

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Thousand Trails Las Vegas Full Time RV

I’m using the Thousand Trails Zone Camping Pass I got over the summer in Tahoe. This is a very nice park, super nice staff, secure and pleasant, neighbors OK. I guess compared to some cities, Vegas is nice, but it does have a pretty wide grunge zone, and I would prefer to be out in the boonies, or a nice small town.

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Pahranagat Free RV Boondocking Campsite Nevada

Only spent a day here, wish I got more footage! Some other time… this is on Highway 93, south of the towns of Alamo and Ash Springs. It gets cold here in the winter.

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Cathedral Gorge State Park Fulltime RV

One of the best places yet! Oddly peaceful, worth a few days there, just to do a thorough exploration! It’s right off Hwy 93, just a mile or two from the tiny town of Panaca.

Echo Canyon State Park and WiFi Problems

I must have missed the email saying Millenicom was cancelling all the accounts because Verizon did not want to work with 3rd parties. It worked out, Verizon was having a sale on GBs, so I have 30 GBs for $40 more. Echo Canyon is beautiful, you could do some exploring here! Spring Valley campground is also about 10 miles away, but has no cell or wifi at all.

Spring Valley Nevada State Park with my Xolitzcuintli

We checked out Spring Valley State Park, but stayed in Pioche, the RV park there is actually cheaper, and it has full hook ups and wifi. No Wifi or cell service at all up here, but the RV spaces are nice, as well as the landscape. Nevada state parks are generally $17 for nonresidents, $15 for residents, and a little more if there are hook ups. Toto needs to burn off some energy, and he is making himself a difficult dog on this trip!

Baker NV at Great Basin National Park Fulltime RV

Some locals tell me, this town used to be more booming before they created Great Basin National Park in 1986. When they created the park, they blocked off a lot of roads, so now you have to hike in like 20 miles to get to the cool spots. The hunting and fishing also died off. Not much left except scenery. Need to drive to Ely for any real groceries.

Strawberry Creek Great Basin NV Free Camping NOT RV Friendly!

I broke my own rules, and didn’t pre-scout the location! Strawberry Creek is only appropriate for vans and truck campers, maybe a 20′ Class C, but not for any average motorhome. Mine is 26′, which is considered on the small side, and I almost thought I was going to get stuck! NO room to turn around.

Travelling through Nevada

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You will fall in love with Nevada, especially if you are a rock hound. Nevada is well known for it’s rich deposits of precious metals, and semi-precious stones. There are huge treasures of turquoise and other minerals in and around it’s ghost towns and abandoned mines, and free for the taking. It is well known in its mineral and metal production all around the world, and is famous for producing the most brilliant semi-precious stones. One example, there is free BLM camping at Garnet Hill, near the town of Ely, with garnets scattered …

Ash Meadows Nevada Fulltime RV Travel Photography

Between Pahrump NV and Death Valley CA, beautiful Ash Meadows is a true oasis in the desert. No camping, but a wonderful day trip. These were shot on my Lumix camera, with the expressive filter.

Visiting the Valley of Fire State Park

valley-of-fireRV2Brainstorming for a place to visit in Nevada? Look no further than the Valley of Fire State Park. Situated within an hour of Las Vegas, it’s an easy drive for those hoping to get away from all the people and lights of Sin City.…