From the bloggers at Love Your RV.
The last few years we have been coming to the free Ogilby Road BLM 14-day dry camping spot just west of the Arizona/California border about 14 miles west of Yuma, Ariz. It’s a flat section of arid desert off of Ogilby RD (SR34) a few miles north of Interstate 8.
The main reason we came was its close proximity to Los Algodones, Mexico a town offering cheap dental work, pharmaceuticals, eyeglasses, etc. Now that our teeth are in good shape we still find ourselves returning to enjoy the peaceful desert atmosphere and mountain views.
Since the firm ground is fairly flat and the camping area is large it’s perfect for dry camping in any sized rig. Many times big Class “A”s dominate the landscape. The campsite suitable land is plentiful and separated by sandy, brushy washes so isolation can be had or folks can meet up in larger groups. The many roads and trails are ideal for mountain biking, ATVs or hiking. The area is dog-friendly, lots of room for Rover to run with very few cactus.
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