Needles Marina Park
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Sind heute ca. 140 Meilen gefahren und haben in Needles Halt gemacht. Die Fahrt ging vom Joshua Tree Nationalpark permanent durch die Mojave Wüste - sehr beeindruckend. Diese Weite und Trockenheit, Hitze und Dürre. Wir konnten uns gar nicht an den Anblick gewöhnen, so viel unbewohnte und Menschen feindliche Landschaft!
Hier in Needles …
... markers so that the gas line can be laid. Darryl came back and joined in the conversation.
He was quite surprised that we had decided to stay in Needles (which is a small town). There were also 2 French families, 2 kiwi couples and a couple of guys from Sydney.
After spending a couple of hours in the pool, we went to dinner and then back to the unit. We are heading to the Grand Canyon tomorrow and it will be an early start as it is 3 hours ...
... 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 ...
... grows some nice green crops that can be seen for miles as you approach the little town of 4,800 people. Established as a railroad town, it was the first stop on Route 66 in California as the dust bowl pushed out so many people from the plains into California and the town still has some of the old Route 66 motels. The name Needles is derived from the jagged pointy rock formations ...
... sprawling maze of freeways fairly effortlessly. We arrived in Needles after dark, and were thankful for the late night registration at our first KOA campground. The girls were super excited to sleep in the "Penthouse", complete with their own light, fan and electrical outlets for the ever-important charging of ipods. We all slept well, and were on the road once we brewed coffee, tea and hot chocolate on our stove, and had a cereal breakfast. Grand Canyon, here we come!
How has this campground rated in the past?
Very nice RV Park, very clean, very nice people, good pool. My Recommendation: Take a riverside place for your RV!
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