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

    Wild asses

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 09, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... We’re loving biking here. It’s a quick ride to the bridge, the Visitor Centre (free wifi), the library (free wifi), the bike trail around the island, London Bridge Beach, Bridgewater Channel, Rotary Park, stores, etc. (Brie – that bike bag/pouch you gave me sure comes in handy.) It’s perfect biking weather, and it’s relatively flat, so not many nasty hills to climb. At Rotary Park, we happened to ride into the middle of ...

    Day 3: Lake Havasu (Jet Skiing)

    A travel blog entry by njaysharpie on Sep 10, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the long hours of driving through the wilderness we knew we had in store for the next few days. Unfortunately, supermarket food seems very expensive in the US (where we are, at least) so Will and I only bought a couple of drinks and a pound of pretzels before having some down-time at Starbucks. I then went to get my nails done while the others went back to the hotel and after they picked me up we all chilled at the hotel for a couple ...

    Journey along the desert to the oasis Lake Havasu

    A travel blog entry by louisap on Jul 30, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... the heat hit you with a huge blast and after 10 mins eating outside in the shade we were all desperate to get back on the road.
    On the way we passed through our the Mojave Desert (part of the Great Basin Desert), this is where it was hottest. We passed Palm Springs from a barren looking freeway exit. We also ran over some tumbleweed that had been blowing around the desert and from a distance some dust devils (like watching a mini tournado), I've only ever ...

    Parker/London Bridge/ Lake Havasu City & SP

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 21, 2013

    20 photos

    ... we could actually see water spots on the some of the fields.

    Drove to Parker which has become a popular snowbird area with BLM lands and a number of RV parks along the river. Parker is named for Ely Parker the first Native American commissioner for the US government. Fields are green and vegetation is growing. Parker is also home for the Parker Dam and Power Plant. RV's are not allowed to cross the dam so I was not able to ...

    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 ...