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I will be down at Mac!
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McIntyre Mob. Where the rejects play!
I'll be at mayflower. May venture down towards mac to one of the sandbars. The water may be real nasty due to the flooding in bullhead. A ton of debre and you can't see your hands wants there under water. Dove hunting in the mornings and boating all day.
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Well I'll be going to Mayflower, coming in early Sat morning. Don't normally do holiday weekends, but it just seems to fit everybody's schedule. Earlier this summer I saw a few boats I recognized from here at Mayflower, but I didn't really get to meet anyone. So this time I'm going to try and make a point of walking over and introducing myself.
10 fwy to Blythe, exit Intake and go left (if you go right your going to MaCintyre). Intake is hwy 95. Go north on 95 about 5 miles to 6th ave. You'll see a sign that say's Mayflower park and another sign that say's Hidden Beaches, turn right. About 2 miles down the road takes hard left. Go straight at that bend you'll enter Hidden Beaches, make the left and the road dead ends into Mayflower park.Mayflower Park – Home « Riverside County Regional Park & Open-Space District
does mayflower bring many performance boats on weekends? When I quit going there back in 2001 or so it was getting over run by the Mexican families in tents stacked 10 deep in a 3 person tent and I was the only "performance boat' out there. I have been going to lost lake since 2003 and wouldn't mind checking out mayflower here and there again
Just a heads up, there isn't enough water in the river to even launch a boat this week.
I dry store my trailer at Mayflower and just pull it out when I go down. I've been going there since the 1981-82 and for me it just feels like home. Usually it's a very quiet park and they leave you alone, but they also don't tolerate a rowdy crowd .
Ya, it can have a fairly large hispanic crowd on any given weekend with too many Sea Do's, but that's why I launch and go up river or maybe down river depending on the water. That crowd seems to stay real close to the launch ramp and ride mainly in front of the park. I've been to a few other parks lately, and if they allow camping, this seems to be the same scene at all of them. Earlier this year I took a trip down to MCintyre, and their front beach was jammed with Sea Do's and a bunch of our neighbor's from the south.
Oh ya, I forgot to mention the alligator's and snakes that have over run that stretch of the river and the sasquatch's that steal your women and beer from the camp ground. So maybe you should stay up at Lost Lake where the Clan from Anza can protect you guy's.
Thats funny! Have fun down there Greg that is also one of our favorites when we can stray from Needles