Ramblin’ Roads RV Resort (4R) sits on nearly 300 acres of privately owned property surrounded by BLM land.

We have 177 full hook-up RV sites . Phone service is available to each site via TDS Telecom. We also have a Tent Camping area available for cyclists and individuals. Our two wells provide great water.

Sunset From the ParkThe Harquahala and Harcuvar Mts. border us to the east and the sunsets across the Ranegras Plain are breathtaking.

We have an 18 hole Desert Golf Course, Putting Green, Shuffleboard, Horseshoe and Bocce Ball facilities, a night of Hamburgers and Open Jam Session, Bingo, Golf Tournaments, ATV Rides, Saturday Breakfasts,  Painting, Quilting and Craft activities.  We celebrate Birthdays and Anniversaries monthly with a cake and ice cream social. On Friday evenings we have an old fashioned Bonfire  ( bring your own Hot dog or marshmallows for roasting). There are various dinners and entertainment throughout our winter season.

A new dog park and a Fitness Center just recently opened.

We have one large Rec Hall and a small Rec Hall; two laundry/restroom/shower facilities; an off-site storage facility for extra vehicles and trailers and an RV/Car Wash. Three sizes of storage sheds (for all the ‘stuff’ you can’t live without) are available for an extra annual fee. RVs can be left on-site during the summer months.

For the outdoor enthusiast, there is plenty of hiking space. As far as you can see there are hundreds of miles of trails for the ATV enthusiasts with plenty of opportunities for wildlife photos such as Bighorn Sheep, Deer, and other wildlife and desert plants.

Local highlights include Petroglyphs, Pictographs, Intaglios, and Old Mines. Wickenburg (60 miles east) has the Los Caballeros Museum and Vulture Mine. Robson’s Mine – Hwy 71 between Aguila and Congress. Wenden (12 miles east) offers Harquahala Peak Smithsonian Observatory and the gateway to Lake Alamo, one of the top Bass fishing lakes in the US. Bouse (21 miles north on Hwy 72) was Headquarters for General George S. Patton’s Tank Training during WWII. Swansea (25 miles east of Bouse) is a copper mining ghost town. Parker (55 miles north on Hwy 72) offers recreation on the Colorado River and the Blue Water Indian Casino. Quartzsite (30 miles west on Hwy 60) offers Gem and Mineral Shows and the largest flea market. And there is more…..