No fees or rules. Live Free!
Get much needed Vitamin D sunshine friendlier than Seattle Oregon Humboldt Pot-Heads.
Learn solar power, incinerating toilets, desalinization of the Salton Sea (we drove by it often when I was a child before moving to California).
Google “slab city” images to see your post-apopolyctic future, and pre-apopolytic winter residence.
Several thousand campers, many of them retired, use the site during the winter months. There is a group of around 150 permanent residents who live in the Slabs all year round.
Some of these “Slabbers” derive their living by way of government checks.
Others have moved there to stretch their retirement income.
Others have moved to The Slabs to learn how to live off the grid and to be left alone.
The site is both decommissioned and uncontrolled, and there is no charge for parking.
The camp has no electricity, no running water, no sewers nor toilets, and no trash pickup service.
Many campers use generators or solar panels to generate electricity.
Supplies can be purchased in nearby Niland, California, located about four miles away.