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Glamis 2007 Camping Question

Post by woozer » Sat Nov 10, 2007 6:00 pm

I'm coming to Glamis for the first time, arriving late afternoon on Tuesday the 20th, in an RV. My sons are following along by car arriving on Wednesday. From what I have seen and heard, it sounds like the best thing to do is pick a spot for the RV on Gecko Road and then fan out from there on the ATVs. True? Will there still be decent spaces left late Tuesday? Or is there somewhere better?

Any newbie guidance would be most appreciated!

Thanks, looking forward to meeting a bunch of people and having a great weekend.

Lou

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Re: Glamis 2007 Camping Question

Post by Vincent J Brunasso » Sat Nov 10, 2007 6:30 pm

woozer wrote:I'm coming to Glamis for the first time, arriving late afternoon on Tuesday the 20th, in an RV. My sons are following along by car arriving on Wednesday. From what I have seen and heard, it sounds like the best thing to do is pick a spot for the RV on Gecko Road and then fan out from there on the ATVs. True? Will there still be decent spaces left late Tuesday? Or is there somewhere better?

Any newbie guidance would be most appreciated!

Thanks, looking forward to meeting a bunch of people and having a great weekend.

Lou
Late Tuesday is a perfect time to arrive on any week except where a holiday falls soon after - you will have your hands full trying to find a spot. This is why the washes have become so popular = lots of acreage. http://www.glamisonline.org/WashGuide.shtml

For a lot of useful info: http://www.glamisonline.org/FAQs.asp

Don't forget to buy a permit. http://www.isdratrt.org/ and http://www.americansandassociation.org/ ... ht=#198460

And if you're planning on cooking a turkey at the dunes: http://www.glamisonline.org/Turkey.asp
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