By Bob Difley
It is adjacent to the end of the runway of the small Lake Havasu airport and is a BLM "dispersed camping" area called Craggy Wash. From the wide mouth of the wash the road winds up the canyon, the further you go, the fewer campers you will find. Look at the spur roads that turn off the main dirt road for nice nesty spots nestled up to the cliffs or hidden spots behind low hills.
A host is usually on duty, when the BLM can find one, to answer questions and to be an official presence. Lake Havasu has good restaurants, paddle wheeler lake cruises, a jet boat tour up Topock Gorge, good fishing, and major supermarkets, and RV services.