Our Thanksgiving plans have us moving towards LA… but before arriving to SoCal, we wanted to take advantage of the great Free Camping throughout Arizona.
Lake Havasu City is notorious for its boondocking options and scenic landscapes. We set up camp at Craggy Wash: a 14-day, free camping spot on BLM land.
Here’s the Breakdown:
Location: Lake Havasu City, Arizona
GPS: 34.5935, -114.3619
Date / Temp: We camped here for 4 nights in early November. The highs were in the 80s with lows in the 60s. It was warmer than we would’ve liked, but the rock formations create shade later in the day.
Amenities: This site offers no amenities and practices a “Pack In, Pack Out” policy. We couldn’t find a free, potable water spigot anywhere. There are many filtered water options in town ($0.75 per 5 gallons). Also, there are so many trash cans in town that are easily accessed on city land.
Wifi / Cell: We received a 4G LTE signal with both AT&T and T-Mobile (using our WeBoost Cell Booster). The speeds were amazing! We could easily stream music & movies and upload YouTube videos super quickly.
Noise: This site had TONS of campers, but we were able to find a semi-private location. Generators hummed in the distance, but that never bothers us. If you’re looking for complete solitude, this spot probably isn’t for you.
Grocery / Errands: Downtown Lake Havasu is 8 miles from the campsite and offers every shopping option we could want. There is a Walmart & Home Depot only 2 miles from camp. We were very pleased with the ease of errand running & project completion!
Dog Friendly: This site is dog friendly. River had a lot of space to play and explore.
Entertainment: There is a lot to do in Lake Havasu! We enjoyed the walking & biking trails. And, we can’t forget to mention, the London Bridge is now located in Lake Havasu! It’s kind of underwhelming, but a fun tidbit to check out.
If you’re interested in viewing all the free campsites we visit, click here!
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