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Joshua Tree Lake RV Park We think we have found a gem of an RV park. Many people will disagree because there are no paved roads or green grass. We were going to dry camp at Joshua Tree National Park but it is cold in the winter. So I looked for a campground with hookups. They have water and electricity and a dump station. There are clean bathrooms and showers and port-a-potties for some tenters. The sites are very large and divided by bushes. There are acres for tenters and RV dry camping. There is a lake full of fish and all kinds birds. The Campground is 5 miles off the highway and out of town and near the mountains so it is quiet and you can see the stars. An astronomy group leases part of the property for star gazing gatherings twice a year. The manager is very friendly.

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The park is rural. It has a lot of grass which is well kept up. It has a lake for fishing. Only electric motors or rowing or sailing is allowed. There is a 4 mile trail around the lake. There are many tent sites and 18 W&E sites. Reservations advised.

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Nice park with very friendly office people. Beautiul office including laundry room and recreation/computer room. Clean bath & shower building. All buildings are knotty pine with chainsaw statues. Spaces have no shade & the roads are gravel. Great area to explore Silver Falls State Park with 10 waterfalls,Oregon Gardens & the historic town of Silverton & the Charopoeg State Heritage Area.

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This is not a typical KOA. It is like a private park. It is not open in winter. It is a green oasis on the open plains. It has lots of mature trees and there are no trees in the area. The owners are friendly & share their petting zoo. The headwaters of the Missouri River is near.

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If you can dry camp this is a delightful place, shaded by enormous cottonwoods, with large level sites easy to get into. The ambience invokes peace. The park is a long walk to the Tower and prairie dogs live in the near by field.