U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Palm Springs-South Coast Field Office|
Midland Long Term Visitor Area
Every year, thousands of visitors come to enjoy the natural beauty and recreational opportunities offered at BLM´s Long Term Visitor Areas (LTVAs), where visitors may camp for as long as seven months.
Winter visitors who wish to stay in an LTVA must purchase a long-term permit for $180 or a short-visit permit for $40. The long-term permit is valid for the entire season or any part of the season, which runs from September 15 to April 15. The short-visit permit is valid for 14 consectutive days, with the option to purchase an unlimited quantity of additional permits at the same price. Both permits are valid in any of the designated LTVAs. Click on a link below for more information on a specifc LTVA within the Palm Springs-South Coast Field Office jurisdiction.
Short-term camping without self-containment is not allowed within the Midland LTVA camp sites.
An LTVA Permit for Short-term or Long-term camping is required September 15th – April 15th. Camping is allowed in the LTVA in the 'off' season between April 16th – September 14th at no cost, but the standard 14-day limit for dispersed camping on BLM land applies. There is no Camp Host on site during the 'off' season.
The speed limit in an LTVA is 15 mph unless posted otherwise.
Do not collect wood, even downed wood, in the desert for your campfires or any other purposes; please leave it in place, as it provides necessary habitat for desert wildlife.
Blythe City run RV Dump
Free water is no longer available at Miller Park in Blythe, CA.
LTVA permits are required from September 15th through April 15th. There are two types of permits: long-term and short-visit. The long-term permit is $180 (U.S. funds only) for the entire season. A short-visit permit is $40 (U.S. funds only) for 14 consecutive days from date of purchase.
Interagency Annual / Access/ Senior Passport discounts do not apply.
Permits may be purchased on site or at:
Bureau of Land Management