U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Hi Jolly 14-Day Camping Area
This is a free short-term camping area north of Quartzite, Arizona. There are no designated campsites and you may camp anywhere within the boundary of the site. This site is an excellent place to stay for a few days if you are camping in a self-contained vehicle. This site is located within close proximity to the Town of Quartzsite, where you can enjoy huge outdoor swap meets and gem and mineral show every January and February. Recreation and leisure-time activities abound on the public lands surrounding Quartzsite, including hiking, off-highway vehicle riding, wildlife viewing, rock-hounding, and hunting. The public lands in the Sonoran Desert offer unforgettable sunsets, gorgeous desert cacti and wildflowers, and majestic mountain ranges.
The Hi Jolly 14-Day Camping Area (Milepost 112) is located in La Paz County, AZ and is approximately 5.5 miles north of Quartzsite, AZ.
Take U.S. Hwy 95 north from Quartzsite, AZ to mile marker 112 and turn right at the Hi Jolly entrance.
Camping, hiking, off-highway-vehicle use, bird watching, and rock-hounding.
A growing number of visitors choose to stay on public lands in the Arizona desert where they enjoy the mild winter climate, an independent lifestyle, and the companionship of visiting with old friends.
Permits, Fees, Limitations
There are no facilities at the site. There are no fees for camping. The length of stay is limited to 14 days in a 28 day period. In addition to existing rules and regulations, there are supplemental rules which are used to help manage this campground. A free 14-Day Camping Permit is available from the seasonal camp host. BLM has other camping locations in the Quartzite area that can accommodate campers for up to seven months. For more information see La Posa Long Term Visitor Area.
A four-wheel-drive or high-clearance vehicle is not needed to access the site. All roads and trails in the camping area are dirt roads. The site does not have wheelchair accessible features or facilities.
Camping and Lodging
Camping is available on site, with lodging available in the Town of Quartzsite.
Food and Supplies
The nearest town for gas and groceries is located in Quartzsite, AZ.
The nearest hospitals are La Paz Regional Hospital in Parker, Arizona and Palo Verde Hospital in Blythe, CA. In the event of a medical or law enforcement emergency, please call 911. For non-emergencies, please call La Paz County Sheriff’s Office at 1-800-293-2281.
A number of vendors permitted by the BLM provide a variety of commercial services to public land visitors in the Quartzsite area, including potable water delivery, RV grey and black water pumping, RV repairs, and wireless internet. Available services and their fee schedules may vary from year to year. There are no trash collection points at this site, please practice “Pack It In/Pack It Out.”
Further information may be obtained by contacting: