Slab City: http://www.cheaprvliving.com/boondocking-stealth-parking/livingcamping-public-land/
The Slabs are a totally unique place you can go and set up camp and stay as long as you want. You can stay a day, or a decade, the choice is yours and no one will bother you no matter how long you stay. It is located 3 miles east of Niland, California, near the Salton Sea. During World War II it was a Marine base that was later decommissioned. When it was shut down, they removed everything except for the concrete slabs that were under the buildings. That’s how it got its name. Since then it has fallen between the cracks of ownership, and RVers started using it for camping. More people came until its fame spread and it has become very popular. At the entrance, the original guard- house is still standing and someone has written on it “Welcome to Slab City, the last free place.” And that describes it perfectly. It’s as if there were no rules or laws, people live any way they want. The first thing you will notice is the place is filthy. Over the years many people have used it and somehow the sense of freedom they find there gives them the idea that none of the normal rules apply. So they trash their area, and then just leave it. You can find some terribly old, trashy RRs right beside nice, new, neat RVs. Some people love it, others hate it. You will just have to go and check it out for yourself. If you like it, you can stay as long as you want.
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