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Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Camp Kalama, Kalama, Washington

Date of Stay: April, 2018 - $33.00
Overall Rating:

Primarily a place for people to fish and/or reside seasonally or permanently. This park is right along the banks of the Kalama River in a pretty setting, but it's also very close to I-5 and some train tracks. Given that it was early spring and cold and we didn't keep any windows open, we weren't bothered by noise from either. The office was closed when we arrived, but we were able to check in at the bar, where the bartender/owner/manager(?) broke off his cribbage game with the only customer in the place just long enough to get the job done. Our site was small, but adequate for our rig. The main restroom/shower building was closed ("we're remodeling it") and we didn't use the other facility which was farther away from our site so i can't comment on them. Besides the bar, there is a camp store and a small cafe where we had breakfast in the morning. Service was friendly, but the food was only so-so. Seems to be a popular place with the locals though. All in all, this is a pretty old, slightly run-down, basic sort of campground that will appeal mostly to those who want to fish the river in season. We camped at Camp Kalama in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
61
Site Surface
Concrete, Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Mostly Shady, Covered Forested
Tow Vehicle Parking
No
Tips for other Campers:

Short drive into the small town of Kalama where there are a few restaurants, several antique stores, and a gas station.

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Oregon Trail Campground, Twin Falls, Idaho

Date of Stay: April, 2018 - $38.00
Overall Rating:

The best thing about this park was the very nice couple who own and operate it. On our arrival, the lady in the office was so accommodating. We pulled in without calling ahead and she wasn't sure she had a space for us, but went out of her way to figure something out for us and escorted us to our site. We were able to get a pull through spot for just the one night that we needed. This park had many seasonal/permanent residents. Most were well maintained, but there were a few sketchy rigs in evidence. The park backs up to a residential development, but is separated from it by a high wooden fence. The office area could use some spiffing up as it seemed rather dark and dreary. It appears to be a converted auto garage facility, but I didn't ask about its history. Not exactly a park we'd hurry back to, but adequate for an overnight stop when in the area. We camped at Oregon Trail Campground in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power Hookups
50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Lakeside RV and Campground, Provo, Utah

Date of Stay: April, 2018 - $42.00
Overall Rating:

We've used this park two or three times before when traveling up or down I-15. The park is easy to access and their rates are reasonable. The campground has many mature shade trees. It's within walking distance of Utah Lake State Park, but at the time of our visit in early April, the park was closed and a lot of construction was going on there. At the time of our stay there were many seasonal or permanent residents, but the park was overall quiet, neat and tidy. The owners are friendly and there is a pretty well stocked little store on site with the usual basic camping supplies. Restrooms and showers were clean. Not a destination resort, in our opinions, but we'd stay here again when in the area. We camped at Lakeside RV and Campground in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
1
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tow Vehicle Parking
No

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Kofa Ko-Op - Escapees Park (members only), Yuma, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2018 - $8.00
Overall Rating:

I have to disagree with the previous reviewer. During our stay at this SKP park we didn't hear any excessive barking from dogs nor see any running off leash. There were no noisy neighbors or speeding. We found this Escapees park to be nicely landscaped, clean and tidy. We opted to park in the dry camping area for two nights. As usual with an Escapees park, everyone was friendly and helpful. The best part of staying here for us was being able to use the lovely pool and spa. Since it was getting pretty hot while we were there, a dip in the pool was really refreshing and the spa was a nice treat after it cooled off a bit in the afternoon. About half of the lots at this park have park models on them and the owners live in them either full-time or seasonally. The other half of the lots have RVs parked on them and when the owner is not using his/her lot, you may rent their space. It looked to us like everyone was keeping their units up nicely and were proud of their park. I would say that this park had the nicest showers and restrooms of any RV park we've stayed at so far in our many years of RVing. For once, there was enough space to take a shower and get dressed without doing contortions and there were plenty of hooks for hanging up towels or robes or whatever and shelves for putting your stuff down on. The main negative for us of this park is its distance from town. It's a bit of a drive to get to grocery shopping, etc. but we would definitely stay here again when in the Yuma area. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op - Escapees Park (members only) in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Bonita Canyon Campground, Chiricahua Natl Mon, Willcox, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2018 - $10.00
Overall Rating:

First, a few things to know are that Chiricahua National Monument is about 30 miles from any services,there is no cell signal in the canyon, the campground is small and reservations are pretty much a must. We had pretty much resigned ourselves to doing a day trip from Wilcox, AZ when we were able to snag a cancellation. I did later learn from a couple of other campers that there are two or three sites that are first come first served, but I imagine you'd have to get up pretty early to snag one of them. Be aware also that there are size limits on RVs for this campground. I believe the maximum RV length is 28 ft, but check the park's website for exact numbers. The main limiting factors are narrow roads within the campground and two rather serious dips in them where they cross Bonita Creek (usually dry, but which can become a flash flood corridor). Long rigs and/or those with a low profile may bottom out going through these dips. We had no problems with our 19' dual axle trailer, but it has pretty good clearance. The campground itself has fairly spacious, private sites with picnic tables, fire grills (no ground fires allowed), and bear boxes - or as one ranger called them, "skunk boxes", as there are 4 different species of skunk in the monument. There are flush toilets, but no showers. You will need to dump holding tanks and fill fresh water tanks elsewhere too. Since this monument doesn't get the volume of visitors of some of the more well known National Park properties, we found our stay here wonderfully relaxing and interesting. We camped at Bonita Canyon Campground, Chiricahua Natl Mon in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Dirt
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious, Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open, Some Shade
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
Tips for other Campers:

The Monument has a nice little visitors center located in a pretty stone building built by the CCC. There are great hiking tails, many of them also constructed by the CCC, which take you up close and personal into the amazing rock formations for which the monument is so famous.

The Monument offers a shuttle service that will take you up to road's end at Massai Point, from which you can hike back down to the visitors' center or campground. Echo Canyon Trail is a moderate 3 mile loop and beautiful! Tour of Faraway Ranch is interesting.

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Rancho Sonora Inn & RV Park, Florence, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2018 - $36.00
Overall Rating:

On a scale of 1 to 10 for quality of the facilities, I'd give this park a 9 or 10. Everything was very clean and well maintained and the park has some of the prettiest desert landscaping that I've ever seen. The showers and restrooms are in the office/clubhouse and somewhat oddly placed. As you enter the building there is a small lounge area to your left, the office itself to the right and a community kitchen directly in front of you. Go to the right to access one bathroom and the "library" or to the left to access the other bathroom and the laundry. Bathrooms are uni-sex, but private with each one having its own toilet, sink and shower. Hint: the bathroom by the "library" is larger and has the better shower. Restrooms were very clean and nicely decorated. The park also has a pool and hot tub which we didn't use. They looked very nice, but the hot tub is only heated from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM and the pool is unheated. Now, as for the friendliness of the residents I would have to give this park only a 3 or 4 on a scale of 1 to 10. When we arrived, the man who checked us in seemed a little put out that we were disturbing him on a Sunday, even though we had reservations, because they "don't normally have the office open on a Sunday." Although we saw many residents when we were walking around the park, no one seemed very friendly and it was usually my husband or I who said "hi" first. I got the impression this park is primarily set up for long term seasonal residents and so those of us just passing through aren't particularly welcome. I must say however that the neighbor behind us and the one to one side were friendly enough. A final note: We picked this park for its proximity to Boyce Thompson Arboretum and had no idea Florence is also known as "Prison City" for its close proximity to half a dozen prisons, which gives the area a kind of depressing, creepy vibe in our opinion. Your experience may be different of course. We camped at Rancho Sonora Inn & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
27
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Patio
Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
Tips for other Campers:

Don't miss Boyce Thompson Arboretum - the main reason we came to Florence. It's totally fabulous!

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Shoshone RV Park, Shoshone, California

Date of Stay: February, 2018 - $36.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed two nights and enjoyed our time here. This little park is the only game in town and although the facilities are old and a little funky, everything is well kept up and clean. Management is friendly and it's really nice to find an RV park in the desert that actually has some grass and shade trees! It was a welcome stay after dry camping in Death Valley for several days. The swimming pool was built in 1920 and is kept at about 83 deg. year round by hot springs water which comes into the pool via a large diameter pipe. Turn the valve on the pipe and the water is diverted to a large outdoor overhead shower - a not to be missed experience! Some sites are on grass and others on gravel. Some have shade and others are out in the sun. Pick a site to suit the weather. The tent sites looked very nice. They are on grass by the pond, have wooden windbreak screens, picnic tables, and a shelf to put your camp stove on. The washrooms and showers are old, but clean and adequate with plenty of hot water for the showers. There is a laundry and a neat "library" as well as a small communal kitchen (in the library building). It's easy walking distance to "town" and the Crowbar Cafe and Saloon. Several short hiking trails lead off from the park for those wanting to get some exercise. It was very quiet at night too - always a plus as far as we're concerned. We had absolutely no cell service and were told there is none in the village at all. The park's WiFi worked well most of the time especially during the day when not too many people were trying to use it at the same time. We camped at Shoshone RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
10
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Red Rock Campground, Las Vegas, Nevada

Date of Stay: February, 2018 - $8.00
Overall Rating:

We found plenty to do from this nice BLM campground just down the road from the entrance to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. While this campground will appeal mostly to those who are tent camping or traveling in smaller rigs, we did see several 30-ish foot rigs that had found suitable spots. There are no hook-ups here and no dump station so come in with full fresh water tanks and empty holding tanks. The campground does have water spigots scattered throughout but you are not allowed to fill RV tanks from them. There are vault toilets - which are very well maintained and clean I might add. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring and some have a covered ramada too. Although the campground was fairly busy when we were there it was very quiet and peaceful at night. The road into the campground is well graded gravel but is not well marked from the highway. Watch for the sign that says "BLM Fire Station" and take it. The sign for the campground itself is located after you turn off the highway. Red Rock Canyon NCA offers many wonderful hikes and stunning scenery. We also enjoyed visiting the little community of Blue Diamond and Mountain Springs Ranch State Park. We would definitely stay here again! We camped at Red Rock Campground in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Dirt
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Shady Lane RV Park, Quartzsite, Arizona

Date of Stay: February, 2018 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

We had a great experience right from the moment we pulled in and a friendly staffer got us registered and showed us to our site. This park is not a fancy "resort" with all sorts of amenities, but it's exceptionally clean, well maintained and most importantly, friendly and welcoming to its guests. We enjoyed talking to the folks in the office about what to see and do in the area. It's obvious that they know the area well and take pride in their RV park. One night we joined fellow RVers at the evening campfire circle which was fun. We intended to stay just two nights, but added a third because the rate was so reasonable and we were having such a good time. We then went off boondocking for a couple of nights. On our way back through Quartzsite we were going to stop at the RV Pit Stop to top off our fresh water and dump our holding tanks. We discovered that it would cost us more to do that than to just go back to Shady Lane for another night, so we did! Only negative I can think of is that at times the WiFi got very slow, but I've come to expect that at most RV parks and try to schedule my internet use for off peak times of the day. We camped at Shady Lane RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table, Patio
Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Kofa Wildlife Refuge, Quartzsite, Arizona

Date of Stay: February, 2018 - $1.00
Overall Rating:

What a pleasant surprise to find such beautiful and peaceful boondocking site so close to Quartzsite. There are plenty of spots to accommodate any size rig. The road from the highway is well marked, graded, and not too washboardy. We picked a site about a half mile into the NWR and could see (just barely) only two other rigs from our camp. Be aware that after you enter the NWR you must park your rig no more than 100 feet from the road. Before entering the NWR, while on BLM land, you may park up to 300 feet from the road. Watch out for all the cacti - especially the cholla! There is a tent camping site at the turnaround at the end of the road where the trail head for Palm Canyon is located, but it's situated in a wash which seems ill advised. The NWR brochure states that overnight parking is allowed at the trail head parking lot, but I don't know whether or not this means you could park your RV there. We enjoyed beautiful sunsets from this site and enjoyed hiking up Palm Canyon to see the rare California fan palms. This is free camping at its best. We camped at Kofa Wildlife Refuge in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Dirt
Site Type
Other
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
No Others In Sight
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes
Tips for other Campers:

Easy drive into Quartzsite for basic supplies.

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

City of Rocks State Park, Faywood, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2017 - $10.00
Overall Rating:

City of Rocks is such a great park I can't imagine anyone disliking it. It's located in the most spectacular setting amid fabulous giant rock formations which can be explored to your heart's content. Although the hook-up sites (electric and water only) are out in the open and lined up all in a row, the non-hookup sites are tucked into all the nooks and crannies of the rocks, offering plenty of opportunities for privacy and visual delight. The only downside to picking your site is that the access to it can be bumpy and confusing. A few more directional signs would be most welcome!. The non-hookup sites are especially great for those of us with smaller rigs or tent campers. Big rig owners will most likely prefer the hook-up sites. Take your time and give the campground a thorough look-see if you can before you pick your spot. Most of the non-hookup sites are first come-first served. We arrived on a Sunday and were surprised to find most of the sites occupied. The strange thing was that we didn't see any tents or RVs at a lot of them. Turns out that many families come out for the day and by paying the day-use fee they can occupy a camp site. So if you don't find anything, ask the folks occupying a site if they're just there for the day. You may be able to park at the Visitors Center until they leave and you can have the site. Not sure if that's allowed or not, but it would be worth asking about at the Visitors Center. There are clean vault toilets around the campground as well as water spigots. Flush toilets and showers are available up by the Visitors Center. There are several nice trails to hike as well as a little botanical garden to stroll through. The Visitors Center is staffed with friendly knowledgeable folks. The only thing this park lacks is a dump station so be prepared to dump your tanks some. We camped at City of Rocks State Park in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Dirt
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Interior Roads
Tight Turns, Obstacles, Poor Conditions
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
Tips for other Campers:

Just come and kick back, enjoy the quiet and serenity, the gorgeous rock formations and the starry skies.

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Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Saguaro Co-op Park - Escapees Park (members only), Benson, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2017 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed on two different occasions in March. On our first stay we dry camped for $5/night for two nights until we could move to a full-hook up site (which cost $20/night plus electricity) where we stayed for three more nights. On our second visit we just stayed overnight in the dry-camp area. Whichever way you go you'll get great value and a very pleasant stay. The dry-camp area is close to the office and restrooms/showers. You may have to walk or drive a short distance to access the clubhouse and laundry as this is a large park. Full hook-up sites may be anywhere in the park and their availability depends on whether or not the lease-holder of any particular site is using it at the moment. We were placed in a site quite near the clubhouse which made getting an internet connection pretty easy. I do wish WiFi was more readily available throughout the park. This park has anything an RVer might want or need - a nice clubhouse, many planned activities, a clean spacious laundry, an extensive book and DVD library, a workshop where one can borrow tools, propane sold twice a week, a dump station and air and water fill. The residents are extremely friendly and justifiably proud of their park. Everything is neat as a pin and well maintained. We enjoyed looking at all the different "casitas" that leaseholders have erected on their lots - some plain and simple and others quite elaborate. I only have two small complaints. One is that the restrooms/showers available for people dry camping are rather dated, small and in need of some updating. They were always clean however. Secondly, in the hot desert climate, it would be really great to have a pool! We camped at Saguaro Co-op Park - Escapees Park (members only) in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Asphalt, Gravel
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
Tips for other Campers:

It's an easy day trip to Tombstone and Bisbee. Bisbee is especially fun and artsy. Tombstone is more touristy, but worth a visit if you've never been there before. You must be an Escapees member to stay at this park, but it's a great organization with many benefits for the RV traveler.

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Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Gilbert Ray Campground / Tucson Mountain Park, Tucson, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2017 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

Gilbert Ray makes a good base camp for exploring the Tucson environs. The park does not take reservations so it pays to come in early and on a weekday. We came in on a Thurs. morning around 11:00 and the campground was already about 3/4 full I'd say and by that night it was totally full and remained that way all through the weekend. The check-in system is well thought out and the staff is good about matching the size of your rig to the size of the site they assign to you. The sites are close together but feel private because of all the native vegetation. All sites have electricity but no water or sewer hook-ups. There are dump stations and water fill stations available however and there are water spigots scattered around each loop. Flush toilets and sinks are available in the restrooms, but no showers. The Visitors Center has friendly knowledgeable staff and is well stocked with information on trails in the area, things to do, places to eat, where to get RV services etc. As others have said, do not approach the park via Gates Pass unless you're in a camper van or truck camper or something similar. It is extremely narrow, steep and twisting! A must drive in your car or tow vehicle though! We camped at Gilbert Ray Campground / Tucson Mountain Park in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
C29
Site Surface
Dirt
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Power Hookups
30 Amp
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
Tips for other Campers:

Our favorite day trip was to Sabino Canyon and if you haven't already been there, I'd also recommend the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum where you could spend hours.

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Picacho Peak State Park, Picacho, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2017 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

Our third time to camp at Picacho which is a very well run and scenic park. The rest rooms were kept very clean and the showers are spacious. My only complaint about the showers is that they have those water restricting spray heads that mean that the water is hot at the top of your head, warm at your shoulders and cold by the time it hits your waist. I understand the reason for this, but it makes for chilly showers. I also wish that there were a couple of paths to the restrooms cutting through the campground loops so that if you're camped in a spot far from the restrooms you didn't have to walk all the way around the loop to get to them. These are minor issues though and we would definitely stay here again. We camped at Picacho Peak State Park in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Asphalt
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
30 Amp

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient

Review Count: 193
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 22

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Rockhouse Trail, Borrego Springs, California

Date of Stay: March, 2017 - $1.00
Overall Rating:

Rockhouse Trail (also known as Rockhouse Road) is an area of dispersed camping in Anza-Borrego State Park. This is an easily accessed FREE boondocking area off S22 and about a 15 minute drive into Borrego Springs. If you like desert scenery and a degree of solitude and can do without all the amenities that come with standard campgrounds, this is the place for you. There's room for lots of rigs and you can set up close to a neighbor or far apart, whatever suits you and your neighbor's fancy. Any size rig will do fine here as long as you're careful - some tracks can be sandy. Be aware that there are NO services here, not even trash dumpsters. Come in with a full fresh water tank and empty holding tanks. Be a conscientious camper and pack it in and pack it out. Ground fires are not permitted here, but you can have a fire in a metal container of some sort. We had good cell reception with AT&T. After your stay at Rockhouse you can dump your tanks, fill fresh water and take showers at Palm Canyon Campground near the Visitors Center in the park proper by paying the $10 day use fee. We camped at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Rockhouse Trail in a Travel Trailer.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Dirt, Sand
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
Tips for other Campers:

Enjoy the quiet and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Explore the rest of Anza-Borrego SP and the cute town of Borrego Springs. See the amazing sculptures scattered around the desert and take in the Friday farmers market. The hike to Palm Canyon is moderately challenging but worth it.

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