Last Updated on 09/22/2023 by Glynn Willard
Coordinates For Dispersed Camping At Kofa
This is a beautiful and spacious area for which to dispersed camp.
It also holds a special place in our hearts since it’s where we lost a wheel on the trailer.
More about that later…
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- Which Government Agency?
- Presence Of Law Enforcement Around Kind Rd, Kofa
- Road Conditions around Kofa National Wildlife Refuge.
- Is Kofa National Wildlife Refuge Big Rig Friendly?
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- Starlink Friendly Sky View In This Area Of AZ?
- Crowds Around Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
- Did We Feel Safe Boondocking In Kofa?
- Wildlife And Insects In This Region Of Arizona
- Dump Station And Potable Water Near Kofa
- Interpretation And Review Of Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
End of February.
The entrance is Bureau of Land Management.
As you drive further back, it becomes U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
We did not see any law enforcement during our adventurous stay. We did see rangers jst north on the way to Palm Canyon trail head.
King Rd is passable by any type of vehicle.
Many of the spots along the road have an embankment to go over. Some vehicles with low clearance will have a hard time or get damaged.
If you’re tent camping with a car, you should still be able to find enough locations that are accessible.
There’s A Lot to choose from! Keep going down King Rd. It just keeps getting better.
Yes, King Rd. is big rig friendly.
A rig with low clearance may have difficulty crossing some of the embankments on the side of the road.
Our rig has high clearance and did not have a problem.
Well, there was one problem.
Our bearings disintegrated on the way due to an over tightened castle nut. The wheel chose the embankment into our site to fall off.
The video below gives a good description and some good lessons.
We were able to pick up a decent T-Mobile signal.
Our Open Signal app showed a dominant presence of Verizon and AT&T.
You should be good to go here with any carrier.
Other than directly north, there’s enough of a horizon view, you should be fine.
This is some seriously wide open space with a lot of spots.
Many of the spots were occupied, but there was an equal amount of spots that were vacant.
If you have a small rig or a van, you’ll likely find a spot even if it’s packed.
Absolutely! Other than the unfortunate loss of our wheel, we felt safe at all times.
There’s a lot of traffic coming and going, so you never feel like it’s a dangerous location.
There were no annoying insects to disrupt our stay.
We did not encounter any wildlife other than lizards in this part of AZ.
There are a few options around Quartzite, but expect them to be busy.
The Circle K on S Fortuna Rd in Yuma has an easily accessible dump station.
Here are the coordinates:
You’ll find water for sale at a lot of locations both north and south of Quartzite. There are many to choose from in Yuma.
Water is scarce in this region, so be prepared to pay.
This a beautiful location with wide open spaces.
The mountain views, sunrises and sunsets are worth spending a few days here.
We liked that fact that it was way less populated than Quartzite. And it’s a lot prettier.
We would return to this location over and over again.
As long as our wheels stay on the rig!
Find this spot on Boondocker’s Bible boondocking locations map here.