Magic Circle

Magic Circle
La Posa South (LTVA)
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Lat: 33.60042 - Lon: -114.19779
The Magic Circle is a group of mostly retired "snowbirds" who come from across the US and Canada. We reside in self-contained recreational vehicles during the winter months in the Arizona Desert.
  • Area 30 hectares
From Quartzsite, go south on Hwy 95 towards Yuma, .3 miles past Mile Marker 102.

From the south (Yuma), go north on Hwy 95, .7 miles past Mile Marker 101.

Watch for La Posa South BLM-LTVA on the east side of Hwy 95.

Turn in there. East. Watch for speed bumps. Register and pay the BLM fee at the ranger station. Check your odometer. From the Gatehouse proceed generally southeast for 2.1 miles–the first mile of which is paved. At the end of the first mile, near the end of the pavement, you will find the water and dump stations and a dumpster cluster: 33° 36′ 49.0998″, -114° 12′ 15.12″ (33.613639, -114.204204). Continue on the dirt road approximately 1.4 mile. After approximately 1.1 miles you will see BLM marker 570 and an “N” sign. If you are driving an RV, DO NOT TURN HERE. You will have to go through deep washes to get to the tent. At 33° 35′ 50.802″, -114° 11′ 27.8844″ (33.597445, -114.191079) is BLM marker 568 and another “N” sign. This is the the second entrance to the Magic Circle that goes around two deep washes and then goes north to the Magic Circle tent and the campfire circle. Follow the “N” signs, and the arrows on them.
The Magic Circle tent and campfire circle:
33° 36′ 1.5114″, -114° 11′ 52.0434″ (33.600420, -114.197790).

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Kind of disillusioned with the Circle. First off if you’re thinking of going the facts are 20-1 men to women. Privacy isn’t an option, more and more rvs are 10-20 feet or less from the hiking trails with their large picture windows facing the trail. The advent of e-bikes is an added headache as a few have helmets on with GoPro cameras as the ride by. If none of this concerns you then hiking naked is wonderful motivation for exercise. So you have two kinds of people who are there, Voyers and exhibitionists. I’ve camped here for a few years and enjoy the majority of the campers and events in the big tent.

was there last week in my rv for 5 days, loved it. walking in the desert perfect weather, ill be back soon. my tow vehicle got real dirty though. id like to meet others to go or that go there. oh im 66yo btw.

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