Needles Marina Park
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... like a convection oven. The roads were very straight and very empty, and the surrounding 'badlands' extended to the horizon, so when I skilfully drove over a large piece of rock and burst the front left tyre, thoughts turned a little black. We were marooned, stranded, lost in a hostile land, alone and very frightened. Dehydration and morbid starvation were imminent, we would have to walk our way out of the desert and, delirious, at death's door and being pecked at by the ravens ...
... We spent a lot of time watching boats race from the Needles Marina to Lake Havasu. Chris and Steph joined Cindy and I, and we had a relaxing three days. The weather was beautiful, with daytime highs in the upper 80's and lows in the 50's. On our second night, we had coyotes knock over our trash can and spread garbage around. Friday night I grilled filet mignons over the fire, and Saturday night featured a pork shoulder I smoked in the electric smoker and then pulled ...
Hit the pool this morning to soak up some rays before we checked out. Really could have stayed another night it was so relaxing. Went to check out and the sneaky devils tried to charge us for using the mini bar when we didn't lol got it refunded tho in the end. Headed back down the interstate and picked up the route again from kingman. Decided to drive the windy road to Oatman which was very curved roads with just ...
... out there is a second resort called "Pirates Den" 1.5 hrs further up the river, which I had mistakenly booked instead of "the Cove"! Anyway, they had space for us and we couldn't face another 1.5 hrs driving, so we settled in next to our private beach on the river. It was beautiful - incredibly hot, with a dry desert breeze, but next to the wide, cool river. It became apparent that it was a popular spot with local "RV-ers", ...
... desert” but the “next to” rubbed off in a sand storm.
We hung a very wide U-turn in the parking lot and went back to the Desert View.
This was a very nice place. We had large bushes on either side of us, providing a modicum of privacy.
When we stepped outside, though, we were hit by a blast furnace. The wind was gusting up to about 30 mph, and the temperature was 103. The people there said this was ...
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Very nice RV Park, very clean, very nice people, good pool. My Recommendation: Take a riverside place for your RV!
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