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Desert Gardens Rock, Gem and Mineral Show

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Desert Gardens Rock, Gem and Mineral Show

Over 200 vendors representing 18 Countries - - Rocks, Gems and Minerals from around the World are available for Retail and Wholesale - Desert Gardens has hosted this spectacular event for 20 Years. Two month show.

Acres of Free Parking, Restrooms, Showers, Food Court and Full-Hook-up for the RV visitors. Ample parking food discounts for Bus Tours. Rock Club's are always welcome. After February 10th vendors are transitional and over 100 vendors remain of site for the entire Event.

Website: desertgardensrvpark.net

Exit 17 from Highway 10 in Arizona - Show is located off of Kuehn Road which parallels the South side of Interstate Hwy 10

Desert Gardens Rock, Gem and Mineral Show

Address : 1055 Kuehn Rd Quartzsite AZ
Phone : 623-606-0053   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : dgshowgrounds@gmail.com

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