La Posa Long Term Visitor Area


The La Posa Long Term Visitor Area (LTVA) was created in 1983 to fulfill the needs of winter visitors and to protect the local desert ecosystem from over-use. The campground is approximately 11,400 acres in size, flat landscape, sparsely vegetated with plants such as Creosote bushes, Palo Verde trees, Ironwood trees, Mesquite trees and various species of cacti.


Exit Interstate 10 at the city of Quartzsite, AZ. Take highway 95 south to four LTVAs. The LTVA entrances are approximately 2 miles south of town.





Yuma Field Office 2555 Gila Ridge Road Yuma, AZ 85636


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