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Yuma VFW
State: Arizona
Nearest City: Yuma
Nearest Town: Yuma
Cost: Free
Number of Campsites: 30 or more
Max days allowed: 14
Road: Paved
Miles from paved road: Unknown
Scenery Rating: 3 out of 5
Noise Level: None
Amenities: None
Status: Official
Months Open: Year Round
Description
Dry camping free for 14 days on I-95 north of Yuma. Music and dancing at the VFW in afternoons.
Contributor: Rose Anne Evans, Ontario, Canada      Added: 11/3/2005 

Comments (7) Post a Comment
12/2009 I am here and counted 47 RV's and there is room for at least that many more.
Posted:   12/12/2009   R. Perrello     South Dakota

From the intersection of I8 and US95 the area is 12 miles north on US95.
Posted:   12/11/2009   R. Perrello   Emery   South Dakota

Stayed five nights November 2009. Reasonably quiet, friendly. Dry Camp, no facilities or garbage. Enter through VFW driveway. FREE. Register w/volunteer Camphost. Will hold 25-30 rigs comfortably, but told becomes very crowded January time frame. In 14 days, out 14 days, VFW open 9:00am? --has some food, but is a membership organization, Diligent on showing membership card at door. I call this boondock area TAFT, AZ. Train After Train -up to 15-18 per 24 hours. Downtown Yuma is about 8-10 miles south on US-95.
Posted:   12/4/2009   William Tech   Pensacola   Florida

To Luke & Stacey: There is a spot in Quartzsite that caters to folks interested in nudism. It's called the Majic Circle which is off Highway 95 about 3 miles south of town. Turn into the LTVA area called LaPosa South, go to end of paved road just past the dump station and follow that road until you see a sign BWOF (birds without feathers) along with a sign that says "Mayor Jim." You will see a few flags flying from his site. He will direct you there. It's a nice area with a lot of nice folks. Have fun tc and mc
Posted:   2/16/2007   Ted and Wife   Full-timers   California

We are heading for the southwest part of Arizona. Might stop there. Any other places of interest to stop? We are nudist.
Posted:   10/29/2006   Luke Stacey   Newberg   Oregon

It is easy to find but much more crowded than the BLM land adjacent to the Yuma Proving Grounds.
Posted:   2/7/2006   Kathy   Fulltimers   South Dakota

We stayed here for three days (11/14,15,16). It was a very good place to spend a few nights. Coming from Quartzsite, it is located at mile marker 36. From I-8 take exit 12, turn right on 95 and go approximately two miles to VFW. BLM land behind VFW.
Posted:   11/18/2005   C.W.   Marion   Arkansas

  
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