Each camp comes with a fire ring and access to composting outhouses, and solar shower. Cottages have solar, heat, running water, Community compost toilet, solar shower off-grid... Outdoor activities and local attractions from hiking, wildlife viewing, rock climbing, horseback riding, mining, water sports: like kayaking, jet skiing, paddle boarding, windsurfing Etc not to men
Each camp comes with a fire ring and access to composting outhouses, and solar shower. Cottages have solar, heat, running water, Community compost toilet, solar shower off-grid... Outdoor activities and local attractions from hiking, wildlife viewing, rock climbing, horseback riding, mining, water sports: like kayaking, jet skiing, paddle boarding, windsurfing Etc not to mention the amazing historic ghost towns that we are surrounded by like Oatman, just up the road from us 12 miles. The sunsets are pink and orange and just breathtaking our nights are dark and quiet with twinkling stars by the billions with the sound of coyotes or the occasional sighting of a mountain lion. Sunrises are equally as beautiful but with the smell of nearby campers preparing breakfast before heading out for that day's Adventure. Laughlin is located just over the hill 22 MI where you have access to many casinos located on the Colorado River with restaurants and entertainment for your convenience. Havasu is one hour south of us and Las Vegas is 1 hour and 35 minutes, the Grand Canyon is 1 hours drive or spend a lazy day in your hammock enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the black mountains, fresh air and the wild burros grazing the land. Spring Time oh all the little babies are so precious and funny to watch. This area is filled with history... Oatman gost town is just up the road or a 4 mile hike, The largest fig tree on record is located 1.1 miles from camp. Wonder and adventure await you starting with the longest strip of Route 66 that brings you right to Yaqui camp and cottages. There are many tours to book covering a wide range of activities contact your camp host for questions in regards to booking tours.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 5 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Yaqui Offgrid Camping in Arizona.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We had booked this site because it said it had wifi, and a shower. Three out of the four people in the group didn’t have 3G because they were visiting, and that was why we were booking campsites with wifi so they could keep in contact with family, but turns out they weren’t able to. The shower is a pump shower (which we were all fine with) and was filled off dirt so we didn’t feel comfortable using. And the toilet doesn’t have a door. But for $10 a night it was good, just not what we all expected.
De wanted to stay at Yaqui offgrid for one night as a stopover in our way to Grand Canyon. Sadly there is no address for this site and Google does not know it as well.
After some help of the Host we found the right direction, but the roards were getting worse and worse. First it was gravel roads then it turned more into rocky pathes and in the end we simply had to give up as our RV could't handle this very Bad way.
The Host was telling us that normally People have no Problem in finding the spot and have no Problem with the roads, but i honestly cannot believe that. Maybe with a 4x4 jeep but definetly not with an RV.
We then stopped at a campground right around the corner with a very friendly host but nevertheless paid double for this Night.
I cannot say anything about the site es we could't make it there, but i cannot recommend it until the roads are fixed.
The host was very nice and the directions she gave us were super helpful! It was about as remote as we thought it’d be, and we liked the remote nature of the site. There are free-roaming burros in the area and at our particular site, there was a lot of burro poop, which we did not particularly like.
Take oatman hwy 10
This was a cool offgrid campsite that had stunning views of the mountains to the west. I think we were the only ones camping out and another couple was staying in the cabin. We want to stay here again but with our own car instead of a rental. If you arrive at night, keep an eye out for large rocks even at the entrance to your campsite. Be careful of cactus thorns in the outhouse floor. They blow in since it is open at the bottom and top parts of the door. Keep an eye on pets and small kids, we heard a lot of coyotes in the distance.
Two other notes of advice: Don't take google maps directions from the 93 south where it has you turn on Legend Ranch. You will be driving on graded dirt roads for quite a while which wasn't good for our rental. We also had a few sketchy washed out roads. Try getting to the site from Oatman Highway 10. It will only be about 2-3 miles of graded dirt roads.
Also avoid Pima Rd. When we were leaving, the directions had us take Pima Rd which we found marked as a private road. We I tried marking it as private on google maps when I got home. Take Garnet and Navajo Dr to Yaqui instead.
Our family had such a beautiful time and our host was most generous when my youngest child was afraid to stay in the tent so she offered for us to stay in one of her cottages at no extra charge.
We spent the 1St day in Oatman and then went on a short hike this morning.