Fender's River Road Resort

Address: 3396 Needles Hwy, Needles, California Desert, California, 92363, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 3396 Needles Hwy, Needles, is near Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Rivers Edge Golf Course, The Needles, and Oil, Lube and Latte.
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    Travel Blogs from Needles

    Albuquerque to Needles: Day 3

    A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Feb 06, 2015

    26 photos

    ... roamed the streets and the buildings looked straight out of a western mixed with a circus. We then hooked back up with the main highway and crossed over the Colorado River into California, getting to Needles around 5:00 PM and checked into our hotel, The Desert Mirage Inn and Suites. After settling in, we found a restaurant called Juicy's Famous River Cafe for dinner to finish off the ...

    Nanner Nanner Nanner We Went to Hatquarters

    A travel blog entry by mickey-joanne on Aug 28, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... and soooooooooo dry. No water in a couple of years. Hard to look at the devistating vista. The picture with our Bear travel companions is of Rt 66. We are coming home via I-40 and Rt 66 is ether parallel or directly under our route. We will be stopping at as many 66 landmarks as we can on the way home. Until tomorrow.
    Elizabeth - tomorrow we head to Oatman to see the Donkeys. ...

    Route 66 from Seligman, AZ to Needles, CA

    A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and is now entirely dependent on tourism. One of the features of Oatman are the wild roaming burros (donkeys) which are descendants of the tamed donkeys the miners brought with them when the gold rush occurred in the Black Mountains. The drive down to the Colorado River at Topock, Arizona was much easier but no less pretty as the mountains gateway to desert once again with the temperature rising as rising as the altitude dropped. As I crossed the Colorado into California the ...

    Blowouts, badlands, blackjack and bedrock

    A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... sun sets - which on the second day pleasingly occurred at exactly 6.36am and 6.36pm - and walking several miles down into the in-comprehensively vast Canyon itself, though even after 2 hours downhill we weren't close to reaching the bottom. The Colorado River, which runs about 1500m below the rim at the foot of the Canyon, is responsible for eating it's way down into the Plateau and creating an awe-inspiring landscape of exposed limestone, sandstone and various shales, billions of ...

    California Route 66

    A travel blog entry by rubyhutton on Nov 05, 2013

    4 photos

    ... d been to along the way...full of weird souvenirs and a couple of juke boxes next to a classic American diner booth. The man in the museum was very over exited to tell us about how long he'd lived in the UK and how he couldn't understand a Geordie accent...we just nodded sweetly as he then started talking to us about Manchester United's recent game! Carrying on further, we reached Palm Springs to stop for the night. Exploring Palm Springs the next morning, ...