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Quartzsite, AZ Rainbow Acres RV Lot

49747 Diamond Ave : Quartzsite, AZ 85346

La Paz County, Arizona

0.22 Acre
$112,500 USD $120,000
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Land Description

Quartzsite, Arizona has become the RV Boondocking Capitol of the world. The Rainbow Acres RV community offer oversized deeded lots that allows owners to engage in everything that Quartzite and the surrounding areas have to offer while having a home base in a close-knit community with a mix of seasonal RVers and residents. In the past few decades, this small, eclectic desert town draws hundreds of thousands during in January and February has become a pilgrimage for traveling RVers due to the vast amount of rocky desert public land to camp or boondock on. With absolutely perfect temperatures and no humidity from October through April, you decide to join in the fun with the RV vacationers in January and February or a much more peaceful experience during the rest of the year. Or, do some of both.

FOR Sale: Vacant lot in Rainbow Acres that is fully walled. With 2 50 amp full hookups, power meter & septic. Two sheds with washer/dryer and refrigerator. Ready to drive right in and stay with your rig. $112,500.

Vacant lots are hard to come by in Rainbow Acres and go quickly. Jump on this opportunity today.

Also known to rock hounds as the Rock Capitol of the World, Quartzsite seemingly has become the rock collector's paradise. Everything you need to make artsy rock art and jewelry, look no further. Thousands of rock hounds flock here to get magic rocks of every size and sparkle.

Nearby Attractions:

Quartzsite Rock, Mineral and Gem Show (6.4 miles): Where visitors or vendors can buy, sell, swap and barter their earthly finds. It's been said that the prices are much cheaper than you'd find at the Tucson shows.

Tyson Wells (7.5 miles): If you're looking for something odd or don't want to pay top dollar in those big box stores, the Flea Market may just be the place where you can find it. We've found tools, kitchen gadgets, flags, bandanas and stupid stuff all on the cheap. Though just a few, there are some RV and camping supplies vendors. And, if you're up for some awful flea market food, they have that too.

Quartzsite Sports, Vacation and RV Show (7.4 miles): Marking over 35 years, this one-week event is held every January when RVers of every demographic make their pilgrimage to Quartzsite. It's the perfect time and place to meet up with other RVers. The show, itself, is located in the heart of Quartzsite. Over 600 vendors of all types. From RV components, motorhome and camper supplies, campground and RV parks, RV memberships and workamping opportunities, there's enough to fill your day.

Celia's Rainbow Gardens (8.8 miles) was originally a small, humble garden but through the years, it's bloomed into over eight acres of beautiful rock garden with desert plants. It even has a small replica village that has been dedicated to those Quartzsite residents who have passed away. Though it stemmed from a sad story, it's a beautiful little piece of paradise to meditate and pay respects to the little girl and those deceased after her.

KOFA U.S. Fish and Wildlife National Wildlife Refuge (35 Miles): Kofa National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1939 for the protection of desert bighorn sheep and other native wildlife. Kofa is a beautifully and serene place to work those hiking legs and feet. Short for King of Arizona, is situated quietly in the Sonoran Desert. Located about 19 miles north of Quartzsite off Highway 95.

Off Roading ATV Trails: Quartzsite is known for its RV and ATV friendly atmosphere. ATV trails lead in all directions room town with beautiful desert scenery along the way. For ATV and 4-Wheel drive enthusiasts there are hundreds of miles of roads and trails to take you into every nook and cranny imaginable.

The Desert Bar (48 miles): The Desert Bar is located in the Buckskin Mountains about five miles north of Parker, Arizona. The Desert Bar is a must-go for off-roading, dirt road enthusiasts whose reward is a cold one and vittles while the dust settles. You can get sandwiches, brews, play horseshoes and listen to the bands.

If you're an adventurer on wheels, the Quartzsite region is for you. There are tons of trails out there for you to take your Jeeps, 4-wheel drive vehicles, RZRs, quads, adventure motorcycles, or even your e-bikes.

Camping and Boondocking: Lastly, one of the big draws to Quartzsite, especially to RVers, is the vast amount of rocky desert public land to camp or boondock on. You'll enjoy many seasonal warm days as you go out to hike, bike or explore just as long as you're back before sunset so you can pop a cold one in your camp chairs to watch a magnificent sunset.

More Land Details

Residential Zoning
Flat Terrain
Paved Road Access
Electricity Service
Water Service
Cell Service
Septic
LANDFLIP ID
327296
Posted on LANDFLIP
21 Days Ago
Last Updated
19 Days Ago
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Land Price History

7/21/22
$112,500
$7,500
6.3%
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