Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After my relaxing 4 days in Las Vegas I was back on the road again around 9:15 am.
Relatively short run to Laughlin, NV - but I rode past my final destination to the little Ghost Town of Oatman, AZ on the old Route 66.
What a quaint little town with lots of donkeys (burros) wandering down the street. They are ...
... in the 5 great foundations, their missions and want to help the people they serve. Help me help them. Please give, register to be a road captain or road warrior or meet me in Sturgis at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Cross Roads Tent at 6pm on August 7 for a celebration and a great concert. Def Leppard. It's all on our web site and you can buy tickets there too. www.theoneride.net
... after the floods, so we had to take another road back to the I-40. However we did see a couple of graffiti things - the stump with the shoes (see photos), and people had written their names with rocks in the banks at the side of the road (rather than on boulders - cos there were none!).
The Avi was great - right on the Colorado River and over the border in Nevada. Cheap accommodation and meals ...
10-1 /10/6...We left Palm Desert a day early. The weather forecast of 105 degrees and Santa Anna winds caused us concern, since our drive to Laughlin, NV., was all desert. We got here by noon and met up again with Chris & Ken here at the RV park.. This campground is on the Colorado River on the Nevada side, across the river from Arizona. We had nice spots next to each other with shade trees and a golf course front. The winds and the heat kicked in that afternoon.. The resort is ...
... I wouldn't want to drive my RV on it. Along the way, you see signs to watch out for cattle crossing. We did see some on the side of the road just hanging out. You crossed over several cattle crossing - wasn't sure if we were driving on a state highway or someone's farm. This went on for 20+ miles.
We finally made it to the check in point, we had to park our cars and sign up for the shuttle to take ...