In this video, an update from our Snowbird trip this January. For those who missed my previous updates, I’ll link them at the end of this post.
The video includes photos and video footage, including the BLM campsite, the drive-through Organ Pipe, and much more. I hope you enjoy the pictures and the trip update. Stay tuned for more updates from our Snowbird journey!
We spent the entire month in southern Arizona, about a two-hour drive from Phoenix. Our first stop was a BLM land near Ajo, where we camped for a few weeks. The area had different campsites and ATV trails, but there was a 14-day camping limit. Despite this, we noticed that some campers stayed there for over a month without any issues.
After leaving the BLM land, we did RV maintenance and installed a new gas stove. We moved to an RV park in the town of Why, where we stayed for a week. The park had amenities like laundry, hookups, and a nearby casino and fuel station. The weekly rate was great, and we spent time catching up on laundry and flushing out the waste tanks.
Our next stop was Twin Peaks Campground in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. This campground had no hookups and cost 20 dollars a night, but it had a generator section, a dump station, and a water fill. We spent a week touring the park and admiring the organ pipes, saguaros, and other lush cacti. The park’s highlight was a one-way gravel road that took us through 25 miles of beautiful desert scenery.