We just did a day trip there 2 days ago. Enjoyed a nice hike, the lighthouses and some very decent beer. Where in the world is that airstream parked? I didn't see anything that spacious water-side up there.Nina
Nina,We parked at the London Bridge and took started walking north along the shore. The sidewalk turns into a dirt trail and keeps going to a lovely State Park with camping right on the beach, the even hauled in white sand :)). The RV park was very generous with space and well kept. It is very popular, tho, and waterside sites are 35 bucks a night…not too bad because that includes water and electric. The trail keeps going for a couple more miles to the State Park's Boat Launch…which has overflow boondock parking for 20 bucks a night…and a dump/water station. It's a parking lot but right on the water still, so nice enough.thanks, mark
Good info! Cheers. If you end up coming south let us know. We're hanging at Q for now and may head on over to KOFA next.Nina
Just passed thru Q., WAY TOO HOT!, so we move on. We Coloradans can't take temps in the 80's :))Thanks, though. Eventually :))mark and bobbie
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I recognize most of your photos:) We were very surprised by all the hiking in the area. Nice state park and very quiet.
That was some tight squeeze! Go Bobbie! Haven't been to Lake Havasu...
Marvelous slot, but I think you are both part Mt Goat.
OK, you've done something worth writing about.... so WRITE! Where are you heading next? It will be safe to be in Tucson starting tomorrow, after a wind event temperatures will drop back down into the upper 60's. Even a Coloradan should be able to tolerate it. Nice pictures of the area.
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