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THIS IS THE OFFICIAL MAGIC CIRCLE WEBSITE. OTHER WEBSITES ARE NOT SANCTIONED OR APPROVED The Magic Circle is a group of mostly retired "snowbirds" who come from across the US and Canada. We reside in self- contained recreational vehicles during the winter months in the Arizona Desert. Recreational vehicles (Rv's) include motor homes, fifth wheels, trailers, and campers, tents are not allowed. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has allowed us to use 75 acres which is posted as clothing- optional. We are located near Quartzsite, Arizona at La Posa South which is a long-term visitor area (LTVA). The fees are for two week periods or for the season effective from September 15 to April 15. This fee includes potable water, garbage receptacles and a sewage/grey water dump.  The Magic Circle Naturist's group offers nude recreation, sunbathing and socializing during your stay. You can be involved as much as you like or stay to yourself and enjoy the sunshine nude at your rig, the decision is yours. We have a large tent to house our activities which includes social hour every afternoon. We celebrate holidays, have fund raisers to support our group and offer other activities such as 4- wheeling, movies, canoeing, karaoke and crafting. The Magic Circle is affiliated with The Naturist Society (TNS). Many are members of TNS but it is not required. Everyone is welcome at the Circle but we ask you to abide by our Code of Conduct and follow all BLM rules. We do not welcome individuals or groups who promise or promote sexual activity. We discourage photography to protect the privacy of the residents of the Circle. Information may be obtained by contacting us at Explanation of Self contained Recreational Vehicles: Self contained recreational vehicles can be a complicated statement. It is often referred to as "Boon Docking." Campers must provide their own power while on the desert whether it is solar panels or a generator. You must be able to dump your grey and black water at the BLM approved septic system. This may involve moving your recreational vehicle to the sewage dump or dumping waste into a receptacle of some kind such as barrels or a blue boy that can be moved with some kind of vehicle. You will need a separate container to haul your fresh water. Most "campers" have an auxiliary heater. It does get cold in the desert. We offer classes on Boon docking and advice is always free at the Circle.