$10 camping @ SSR for Laughlin River Run
An alternative place to stay for those looking for a little something different. An old school, biker owned and biker operated campground featuring nightly campfire parties. The turn off to the Ranch is just 19 miles from Laughlin. Fun, old school biker party with camping, cookouts, biker games, entertainment, and lots of great riding. Come ride the Mohave Rattlesnake (222 curves in 10 miles), and adventure bike riders can hit the Nevada BDR. Also check out the mining town of Oatman, get your “kicks on Route 66”, or ride up to nearby Hualapai Mountain just outside of Kingman. So, if you already have enough t-shirts, come party at our place during the River Run. We are close enough that you can always ride into Laughlin during the day if you choose to, then back to the Ranch for the party. 21 and up, only…
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The turn off to the Saddle Sore Ranch from the north is only 19 miles east of Laughlin, on Highway 68. The turn off from the south side is only 13 miles east of Oatman on Route 66 (Oatman Road). The Saddle Sore Ranch is the perfect place to stay during the River Run if you like to enjoy the outdoors and lots of privacy. A true “old school” type biker area.
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.
NO GLASS AND NO DISCHARGING OF FIREARMS ALLOWED.
WARNING: Neither Biker Atlas, Saddle Sore Ranch, nor any of it’s owners, staff, partners, sponsors or affiliates are responsible for:
- Personal Injury
- Property Damage
- Old Lady in wrong tent
- Old Man in wrong tent
- Lost Spouses
- Lost Property
- Lost Virginity
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.