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I think that everyone who is considering doing this should still save the date. We can’t camp in Ocotillo Wells (state park) right now, but Superstition (BLM land) is only a few minutes away, & has & always will be open. NO ONE CAN STOP US from going camping in the desert on BLM land.
I’ve organized meets in the past in this area & as long as we don’t have vendors, no one is going to say a damn thing!
In 2007 California State Parks acquired lands north of S-22 in Imperial County. This area has been known as Freeman, Desert Cahuilla and Truckhaven Hills. In 2010 a southern section of the land formally became part of Ocotillo Wells SVRA.
If the state park is still closed to camping next month, maybe we could move this over to Superstition Mountain area. Like TravisFab says, its nearby and BLM land so its open. I might be able to get out there for a day drive and look around after Christmas since I haven't been there since I was a kid on a motorcycle. Superstition Mountain - California Trail Map
I am hoping to be able to make this trip, if it goes.