Quartzite, Arizona, is one of the most interesting RV-related places in the world. In the summer, where daytime high temperatures consistently top 110 degrees, the town is only populated by a thousand or so sun-baked souls. But in the winter, hundreds of thousands of snowbirds descend on the arid plain. Originally those who journeyed to Quartzite in the winter months came for a huge gem show in January, but as the years ticked on Quartzite became a destination in itself. One of the chief attractions is that much of the land around the town is federal property and administered by the Bureau of Land Management. Camping fees for an entire season hover around $100.