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LAKE HAVASU
(Arizona)

 

There are many other areas that people occupy that are not on any map or brochure produced by the BLM. Any Federally owned land in a State is ripe for occupancy. The main concern with this is that you can only stay for a period of 14 days then have to move to another location not less than 25 miles radius from there. Most of these little known areas are never checked. Also it is a good practice to have more than one unit in a group for personal safety. The location of these sites are usually found by talking to fellow boondockers at LTVA's.

 

There is a marked BLM area just north of Lake Havasu City on the east side of State 95 between mile markers 190 and 191. This would be south of exit 9 on I-40 between Kingman AZ and Needles CA. You'll notice a small BLM sign just off the highway allowance. There are no facilities there.

 

There is also an OHV area 10 miles south of Lake Havasu City on the east side of state highway 95 at mile marker 171. A bit further south there is vacant BLM land where people park. Access roads to these areas are limited. There are no facilities available on site.

 

Picture: Inside Lake Havasu City

 

 

 
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Last Updated: May 22, 2002