Welcome to La Paz RV Park


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Park Activities

Jams, Potluck Dinners, Dancing, Bingo, Poker Nights, Open Card Nights, Horse Racing, Crafts, Wiener Roasts, Group Exercise, Puzzles, Dominoes, ATV Trips, Pancake Breakfasts, Horseshoes, Holiday Parties, Ice Cream Socials, Coffee and Donuts

Quartzsite Attractions

Rock and Gem Shows, Shopping, Swap meets, Senior Center, Restaurants, Tyson Wells State Station Museum, Library, Celia's Rainbow Gardens

Local Recreation

Walking, Hiking, Biking, Parks, Prospecting, Silversmithing, Jeep and ATV Trails, Rockhounding, Casinos, Colorado River, Boating, Fishing, Direct Access to Federal Land



The La Paz RV Park is located in Quartzsite, Arizona. This beautiful park is just south of town about 5 miles on Highway 95. The La Paz RV Park in Quartzsite, Arizona is on 7.5 acres next to the desert and mountains. It is quiet and the water is the best. The hustle and bustle of Quartzsite is minutes away. The La Paz RV Park in Quartzsite, Arizona has a large recreation building with a kitchen, where the RV Park's activities happen. Your choice of many activities are available. See our activity page. Quartzsite, Arizona gets around 2 million visitors a year, yet this park is secluded In beautiful La Paz Valley. We have desert golf, and many of our residents are into mining and ATVing. We have 30 and 50 Amp hookups and can accommodate the larger recreational vehicles. Call Jay and Mikki Studley at 928 927 9754 to book your next visit.

Personal Info

  •   928 927 9754
  •   La Paz RV Park, 52301 Century, Quartzsite, AZ 85346


Sewer included

Yearly/Season      $1175

Monthly                 $265

January only         $375

Daily                      $30

Referral Discount:  $100 off your rent if refer a new yearly guest



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See our review on TREKKN!

" #1 Quartzsite RV Park – La Paz RV Park "

"...they were so welcoming and the little community there was so inviting at La Paz RV Park that we decided to stay for four nights instead of original two nights. It was just supposed to be a quick stopover on our way to Sedona, but the peace, quiet and community that this little park offered just begged us to stick around for a little bit more."