Copper Mountain RV Park (Tacna, Arizona)

We ended up leaving Quartzsite a couple days ago from Boondocking to head farther south just East of Yuma, Arizona to Tacna, Arizona. We originally were going to go to Yuma, but do to high cost, age restrictions everywhere, and lots of park rules, we decided to head east to see what was around. We came across Copper Mountain RV Park, and boy did we hit a gold mine! If you are a passport America member, you will look at a cost of $15.00 per night (If not a member its $30.00 per night). Monthly rates are $235.00 per month plus electric. For this price you get free cable, Wifi at the club house, full hook up, horseshoe pits, pool tables, card tables, shuffle board, fitness center, showers, laundry, and plenty of other weekly activities like BINGO and camp fire gatherings. For the dog lovers there is a full dog run, and a dog training area with the only green grass in the state.

Across HWY 8 is you gas station, a small grocery store, and places to refill your water. I thought $1.00 for 5 gallons of water was cheap back in Quartzsite but out here you can get 5 gallons for $0.50. Fuel is about $0.40 cheaper also. Tonight is our last night then we are heading to another area to boondock tomorrow night, and using our harvest host membership to boondock at a winery the night after. One thing that we have learned recently that we wished we would have done at the beginning of our trip is to boondock every few days, then full hook up 1 day. then boondock a few days and so on. This will save you lots of money that are trying to pinch pennies, but will give you that one day to live like the Hiltons to replenish your water, drain your tanks, and get a shower.

Have a great night, and we will see you on our next destination. If your heading this way and need any info on this park, please don’t hesitate to message us.




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Have you ever wanted to chase your dreams but couldn't manage to get your foot out of the door to do it, due to money, or fear of the unknown? We decided to take a gamble at it by selling everything, buying a truck and trailer, and figuring out how we are going to manage having a family of 5 with a cat and dog fit in a trailer full time while we travel the country. We hope you will follow us along on our journey.

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