I went to a Boondocking area this morning that's about 6 miles south of Wickenburg called Box Wash. It's a free BLM dispersed camping area that you can boondock at for two weeks before you have to move.
I was surprised what a pretty area it was and how easy it is to get to. There were six or eight RVs Boondocking there and it kind of surprised me that it wasn't packed with people. With the gold rush days going on in Wickenburg and it being a three day weekend because of Presidents' Day, I thought there would be a lot of people staying there.
I made a video of what the roads look like and what box wash looks like when you get there. I'll start working on that today and hopefully get it finished tomorrow.
The only downside I could see to Box Wash is there are a lot of Jumping Cholla [ Choy-ya ] cactus there. The Jumping Cholla is the mad dog of the cactus family and a scourge of the desert and to those who walk upon it both man and beast.
But despite that I'm definitely considering spending two weeks at box wash when I leave Constellation city Park next Monday or Tuesday. It definitely has some beautiful scenery along with hiking trails and Jeep trails. Although I will probably stay in the big parking lot instead of taking a chance on getting Cholla spines in my tires.