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Camp Davis County Park – Bullhead City, Ariz.

Basic camping along the Colorado River
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 3 stars
$$17 to $$30
  • 60%


This long county park is across the river from Laughlin, Nev. It has three very distinct areas, south beach dry camping, north beach dry camping, and standard campground sites in the middle.

The north beach is pictured above. The sites are not assigned, mostly tent camping, but some have room for RVs. This was heavy used even mid-week in March. The bathrooms are on a hill, about three flights of stairs above the river.

The south beach is on a ridge, has a few great view sites for RVs and much less used, but once the good sites are full, you just park in a large parking lot.

The hookup campsites looked tight, and not well organized, but workable. We enjoyed our river view and the tent campers were quiet after 11 p.m. or so. But, on a weekend or holiday, without a camp host, I am sure the north dry camping area is pretty wild.

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  • Easy-off Hwy. 68 about 5 minute drive from Laughlin Casinos
  • River view
  • Vacation home for rent
  • Dump station in registration parking lot
  • Jet ski rental ( Seasonal)
  • Walking trail to other side of the dam
  • $17 for dry camping, $30 for full hookups, and $25 for water/electric site


  • Holiday and event rates move the camping rate to $40 per person, for dry camping.
  • No host in dry camping area, so no quiet hours enforcement
  • Bit expensive for dry camping
  • Most hookups sites did not have river views
  • Long walk to restrooms in dry camping area
  • No Internet service, but Verizon clocked in at 7 mbs download

About Athena Pantekoek

Athena Pantekoek and her husband, Darin, are parents of two teens . They have been traveling the country since 2010 in their Holiday Rambler Class A – “The Rolling Shoebox.” They have visited 44 states, learning America is so much more fascinating than they ever knew. They also have visited more than 40 of the Thousand Trails Campgrounds. Follow their adventures at www.rollingshoebox.com.

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