Work continues at SSR, as we are clearing the land, cleaning the travel trailer and lining “town square” with rocks. We are also designating some “Motorcycle Parking Only” areas. We had our first campout there in mid September, and it was lots of fun. Several bikes made the ride to the ranch, and no issues. We cooked out on one of the barbecue grills, and had two of fire pits going. One was a huge bonfire with flames reaching 30 to 40 feet.

There is also a separate RV area on the east side. No hookups, but generators are welcomed. Cage parking is available on the west side. Tent camping is on the north side. The main area of “town” is for motorcycles only. Side-by-sides, golf carts and 4 wheelers are allowed in “town”, but may not park in the “Motorcycle Only Parking” areas. The main road on the property makes a big loop, with an “alley” traversing in the middle and running right behind the outdoor bar. During special events, this part of the road is called “Titty Alley”. You may experience partial female nudity there…

The Ranch includes an outdoor bar, horseshoe pits, a bonfire pit, campfire rings, bbq grills and more… We have plenty of dry, primitive tent camping on the north end, limited RV spots on the east end (no hook ups) and truck/suv parking on the west side. “Wyle E. Coyote’s Saloon” and “One Eyed Jack’s Steakhouse” are open only during special events at the Ranch.

The main roads leading to SSR are UNPAVED, but maintained and graded by the county. The ranch is owned and operated by bikers and although the roads are unpaved, the Ranch is easily accessible by truck, SUV or motorcycle. “Trailer Queens”, however, may want to stay away.  Cars with low ground clearance are NOT recommended to come to the Ranch.

 While at SSR, there are lots of things to do in the area. Shopping, restaurants, fast food, and nightlife can all be found in nearby Kingman or Laughlin. There is lots of great riding in the area for street bikes, cruisers and adventure bikes alike. Come ride the “Mohave Rattlesnake” with it’s 222 curves in under 10 miles. Adventure bike riders can come experience the Nevada BDR which starts just down the road from SSR in Oatman, AZ.