Echo Lodge Resort

Address: 451 Parker Dam Rd, Parker Dam, California, 92267, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 451 Parker Dam Rd, Parker Dam, is near Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge.
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    Travel Blogs from Parker Dam

    "It's beginning to look a lot like..."

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Dec 01, 2013

    57 photos

    Day 216 - Well, somehow the calendar is reading DECEMBER? When did that happen? We are in Lake Havasu City just a short distance from the Colorado River. The weather has been perfect lately, mid 70's, no humidity, and more importantly no rain!

    Claudia and I took a 4 mile walk along a trail in the Lake Havasu State Park. It winds its way along the water and up and down a few hills on a well groomed sandy (and a bit bumpy with small rocks) ...

    Day 271-273 11th-13th July 2013 ARIZONA

    A travel blog entry by beyersandlisa on Jul 11, 2013

    123 photos

    ... It’s all very well laid out with walking paths and information points, which I had to read of course!

    Lisa was in her element taking loads of pictures, of us and of the canyon. We did the short walk that was there, but it still ended up being more than a mile. This time there definitely was no danger, at least not from bears!

    The canyon is just spectacular, and we only saw a very small part of it. It is hard to fathom how deep and how ...

    Following the Colorado River

    A travel blog entry by duchesne on Jan 10, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... fun wandering the temporary displays and tents. I found some great beads and glass jewellery. There were some interesting museum displays of beautiful rocks. We also had great fun "boon docking". In certain areas surrounding the city people take their RV's and park in the desert at no cost. We parked next to some cactus and mesquite trees and had a campfire. It was still cool at night (below normal temperature 26 F ...

    The Buckskin Trail

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 28, 2012

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... the worker bees get to take some time off. Actually, the trail is more like a mile and a half, according to the GPS on the phone. The wind started to get active as we returned, but felt good in the temperature we encountered.

    After lunch and recuperating a bit, we drove to the Parker Dam. It's a bit unique in shape and is considered the tallest dam in the US. Sixty five feet ...

    Another cache cashed-in

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 27, 2012

    6 photos

    ... there, it was easily found, but not so easily opened. The rain had rusted the lid a bit, so I was forced to use my mighty Leatherman to do the trick. We signed the log and then took the same circuitous route in reverse. It was a cloudy day, which kept the temperature at a comfortable level.

    As we got back to camp, the wind started to pick up. We had intended to go to the campfire at six o'clock, but it was way ...