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

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

      A travel blog entry by beyersandlisa on Jul 11, 2013

      123 photos

      ... we sat there looking out past the palm trees out to this desert lake! Simply wonderful, totally recommend going here! (Oh and we had some trouble with Marilyn, had to have some more work done!!) We did some washing while we waited!

      Thursday: We left Lake Havasu and went to Kingman, AZ. We drove along Route 66 which was so much fun, we took the roof down and cruised along with the wind in our hair and the stereo playing. When we arrived we checked in to ...

      Following the Colorado River

      A travel blog entry by duchesne on Jan 10, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... for another US $7 million. The London Bridge is the second most visited tourist attraction in Arizona, behind only the Grand Canyon. Our RV site was very close to the lake's edge. We stayed an extra day to do laundry and change the oil in our truck.

      The next two days were spent in Quartzite, Arizona. This is a dusty desert city. Its greatest attraction is the "swap meets" featuring rocks and gems. We ...

      June 11, 2012

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 11, 2012

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... lane highway that at one time was the main east – west route for car and truck travel before the interstate system. We passed through several small towns along Rt 66 that were once thriving towns but were now virtually ghost towns, with little or no businesses operating. We returned to I-40 near Essex and continued east to the AZ border. Both U.S. 66 and I-40 were built along a route similar to a main east – ...

      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 ...