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We've been seeing kiosks for five gallons of water, but wonder where we can fill a big water tank. Thought about overnighting at Bouse Community Park for that purpose, but no openings, and their only water is at the dump station and isn't drinkable.

Any suggestions?


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Pit Stop on 95 north of downtown Q.

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Should have clarified that it needs to be a threaded source, since we can only fill via our city water port.

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2oldman wrote:

Pit Stop on 95 north of downtown Q.


Thanks, Oldman. Can they fill city water port?

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Wow... wonder what happened to the water faucets at Bouse? They had two hydrants working for fresh water when we were there last month. A bus was ahead of us at the dump station, pulled down to the hydrand and was still filling when I left the other fresh water bib. $10. The water is much better than the stuff they sell in Quartzsite in my opinion.

If truly no water at the community park, I'd ask at the RV parks in Bouse.


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Didn't know about Bouse water faucets - I'll look into that. Thanks. Can you give me an idea where they are?

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You could try these for official information...

(928) 667-2069
email: parks@co.la-paz.az.us

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Chillyrodent wrote:

2oldman wrote:

Pit Stop on 95 north of downtown Q.
Thanks, Oldman. Can they fill city water port?
I believe it's a standard hose spigot.

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The two hydrants are along the parking lot that is east of the dump station. One is on the north edge and other along the far east side next to a power pole.

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I just saw this:

Closed public station.

Weird.

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