Date of Stay: March, 2013
This campground is the least attractive in the Joshua Tree park. The pavement is broken and the humps and potholes make it difficult to get into the sites. You actually look out and see residential homes. We just spent a week in Belle, Jumbo Rocks and Cottonwood and looked at all the other camps. All are nice except this one. We are terribly disappointed, but it is too many miles back so were staying the night. The cost is 50% higher and you are not in a pretty area or even near the park attractions. You can get water at the two visitor centers. They keep vault toilets nice in other campgrounds.
Date of Stay: February, 2012
The park is very clean, quiet and safe. The heated pool and spa is surrounded by palm trees and is quite picturesque. People are friendly with most repeat guests. The owner is really interested in ensuring that this is a quality RV park. There is a large clean laundry room and a great pet walking area in the rear of park, green grass and pet garbage can. The showers are clean and the Wi-Fi works well. The town is a small town with has a Walmart and nice grocery store yet within an hour of Phoenix and hiking.