BEST WESTERN Desert Oasis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Desert Oasis Ehrenberg
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... to rigs worth $100,000 to $250,000! At the BLM sites lots of RV's have solar panels so they don't have to use generators & you see trucks with barrels or bladders of water to transport to their campsite.
Quartzsite is is a rockhound's ...
What can you say about Ehrenberg, Arizona? Let me start with River Breeze RV Resort, our current home away from home. It's a relatively small park, only 94 sites, but to me, that's definitely an added plus. It has all the amenities I'll ever need: pool, hot tub and laundry and each site is covered with a blanket of grass, a luxury here in the desert.
Our site is less than one hundred yards from the ...
Driving by Quartzsite, Arizona...what are all those RV's, 5th wheels and trailers doing out there in the desert in the middle of nowhere? This is another one of those places that is practically impossible to describe if you haven't seen it for yourself! It's RV show time in the tiny desert community of Quartzsite, swelling the population to tens of thousands+, most of those folks, us included, doing free camping ...
... wind, and then of course you have to have the flood next and we did! The water line disconnected and began spewing water all over the place for several hours and the bucket that the surge protector was in, got flooded - so our first dilemma was the lack of electricity. Nick managed to by-pass that and we got our electric back. We usually have this large surge protector covered in plastic at the "pole" where you plug in, but we needed an extension, and it needs ...
A four hour drive today. Stopped off in another wee Route 66 memorabilia town for morning tea, then said a final goodbye to Route 66 and headed for the Arizona desert. We stopped at a nice wee picnic area for lunch (apart from this signs warning us about snakes and scorpions!). Had a wee sleep in the van after lunch and when I woke up and looked out the window we were in cactus country! Big tall cacti everywhere. Arrived at Betty and Rusty's cowboy ranch at about 3pm. ...