Davis Camp Park, Bullhead City AZ
Camped at Burro Creek Campground, Wikieup AZ, March 27, 2011
Sorry to say I didn't get a picture the night I was here - try Googling "Davis Camp Park" for some images.
Davis Camp Park is a large recreation park on the banks of Colorado River just north of the bridge over the river connecting Bullhead City and Laughlin NV.
The Mohave County Parks Department has this to say
Whether you are looking for an action packed weekend on the river or seeking a place to relax in the warm breeze through the palm trees, Davis Camp gives you the vacation experience that you are seeking.
We offer vacation homes that are available for rent, spaces with full hookups for your trailer or RV and we have plenty of campsites along the beach for campers and tent spots. Our sanitary disposal (dump) station is provided for use by park guests. Eight shower buildings are located conveniently throughout the park and laundry facilities are available. Day use is permitted at our picnic areas, swim beaches and at our boat launch. We also have Jet Ski rentals through our concessionaire.
The park has a wide variety of visitors and uses which range from watercraft interests, camping, full time RV enthusiasts, and proximity to casino entertainment and as a base for several points of interest in the area. We welcome groups who wish to visit and have meeting facilities for group accommodations. It is our desire to provide you with the best service possible through our maintenance, office and law enforcement staff that live on the premises. The Mohave County Parks Department would like to thank you for your interest in Davis Camp and we look forward to seeing you soon at our park.
- No Verizon cell phone and Broadband service are available here.
- Visit the Mohave County Parks Department website
- Locate Davis Camp Park on my Night Camps map
- Check the weather here
Nights I've camped here
- Monday, March 28, 2011 - Davis Camp Park, Bullhead City AZ
- Look! - there are FIVE active nests on this cliff over Burro Creek. I'm not sure but I think all five have moms hunkered down out of sight in this sunset picture. Image: Five Active Nests, Great Blue Herons, Burro Creek AZ, March 27, 2011.
[Learning by watching] is called observational learning. When it comes to evolutionary fears, as well as to many other areas of learning, animals and people learn by watching what other animals or people do, not by doing something themselves and learning from the consequences. I have the impression this lesson hasn't quite been absorbed by most educators. You read that hands-on learning is best, but that may not always be so. Obviously evolution has selected for strong observational learning in animals and in humans.