We have been to Quartzite several times. It is kind of a different experience. Some of the rallys are in regular campgrounds, but many of them are on BLM land. This is basically dry camping out on the desert. You can camp on BLM land for I think a week and it doesn't cost you anything, but you get nothing in return. There are no dumpstations or water unless you catch one of the outfits that will come around and fill you up or empty you out for a price. The town of quartzite is a small hole in the wall during the summer, but they have a gigantic flea market in the winter with different themes at different times. I never realized that rocks were so valuable until I went there. I haven't been there for several years, but when I did In January was the RV thing. Good Sam had a huge tent with many venders, and on the outside they had some units and speciality tow vehicles. In addition they had hundreds of other venders. You couldn't see them all in a day unless you walked walked without stoping . The Freightliner club had a 5 day get together each year. We would pick some spot, everybody bring firewood for an evenging fire each night, and set up meals etc. If you are in the area, even if your not with a group, its interesting just to spend a couple days camping on the desert and taking thing in. Just went to the picture you had on like, and it doesn't even do justice. If it is like it was, there are at least three to four times camping in the area than what it is showing.
Roger & Cheryl Full Time since 2002, RVing since 1975 2008 Chevy 3500 Crew Cab Dually, 2012 RW 36RL