6 Parks near Daggett, California
Jul 2016 - $30.00
These are all pull thru dirt/gravel sites. It's extremely quiet here. We felt safe here and we had our two young babies with us. There is a nice pool and a fishing pond. There are full time residents but they keep to themselves and keep the park clean. We'd stay again. It was a great stop for one night. Friendly staff. We didn't hear the train whistles except when we went outside. - Kimmy B
Feb 2016 - $30.00
The pros: Daggett is a tiny town about 13 miles from Barstow. It is mountainous and has a beautiful, starry skyline. The reception desk was efficient and friendly. We felt safe here, even walking the dogs outside in the wee hours. Our site was a pull-thru. The cons: The campground is right near a very, very active train line. Train whistles blew all night. But for the train noise, this would be a fine place for more than a single night. - beckydmc
Jan 2013 - $30.00
This park is good only for a one night pass-through. We had to roust a person out of their mobile home to find us a site. (I had called ahead to make reservations). Once rousted, I will say he tried to be helpful. The entire park is dirt and gravel. The sites were far from level. They were large enough for us to remain hooked up. The Wi-Fi was slow and the cable TV was very poor. There was dog waste everywhere, literally! We had a frozen water spigot in the morning. (We had unhooked our hoses to protect them from the cold.) We would only return to this place if there wasn't anything, anywhere else. - shovelguy
Nov 2016 - $46.00
Park shows pride of ownership. If Wi-Fi worked at site, it would have been a 10. The recreation room WiFi is excellent. - Jeffmac
Oct 2016 - $56.00
Got in very late at night and got probably not the best site in the park. It was right in front of the entrance and no shade at all. The space was large and open. Others we were with had shady spaces. So next time I will try to reserve one of those. Their sites were very nice, shaded and quite large as well. Overall a good place to go in the desert. - DB Loria
Oct 2016 - $46.00
On the plus side we found the staff accommodating. Even gave us a discount on propane fill because we had to wait 10 minutes. Be sure to get a site with shade trees. Made a huge difference. On the negative side I don't like the oleander bushes with warning signs about berries, leaves and wood being poisonous. Our dog loves bushes so had to watch carefully. - CCMcLeod
Nov 2016 - $43.00
First time to Calico Ghost Town Rv Park; we had a great time. If you are into off roading, you need to stay in section O, they allow off roading vehicles. Spaces are kind of tight, so would recommend people book the pull through sites, if you have a big rig and toys. We stayed in O54, just enough room for our trailer and truck. Lots to do, we visited the ghost town, went off roading, explored old mines. We had a blast, definitely will be back. Oh and if you arrive late there is no ranger in the booth, so make sure you have your reservation site # with you. - Michelle Evans
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This park is better Nov - April. We were there June 1 and it was HOT. First site electric did not work. Second site all utilities worked. Quiet. Dusty. Lots of flying dirt. Good hike trails from park. - RFCN2
May 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here from Saturday till Tuesday. The campground is about 2 miles from the highway, situated in a canyon in the hills. Very quiet at night. They get a lot of people with OHVs because they have direct access to the OHV trails in the desert around the park. This is a real advantage if you own one of these vehicles.
The hookups were all in very good condition, no power or water problems. The black tank hookup had well maintained threads that worked well with my adapter.
The sites were pretty primitive, and you will have to level your RV. We stayed in site B18, which was pretty roomy, but the rest of the sites are pretty close to each other, barely room to open an awning. They are pretty deep though, and each had a picnic table and fire pit.
The ghost town is within walking distance of the campground, and there are a lot of desert hiking trails right out of the park. - tspin818
Jan 2017 - $39.00
This is an older RV site, but the owners/managers keep it very clean and tidy. The showers have good pressure and the water is nice and hot.
WiFi is available through a 3rd party and is quite acceptable for speed and price.
We have seen a lot of very large rigs go through here, and although there are not a lot of 'pull-through' sites, the owners/managers take great pains to ensure you are tucked in nicely, with good clearance on your slides, and even lining you up so your steps land on your concrete pad.
Just off the old Highway 58, don't be concerned about the traffic noise, you seldom here any as Highway 15 has taken the bulk of traffic in the area.
We will definitely stay here again if we pass through Barstow. - TheLilyPad
Dec 2016 - $35.00
In spite of a slightly faded look, this is a really nice RV park! The bathrooms are immaculate and the property is very well maintained. Barstow has always been a camping problem for us, but no longer...
We camp in a small Airstream, but big rigs had no problem navigating the site. The pads are flat and gravelly.with a cement pad for tables, etc. The sites aren't wide, but there is room enough. We were next to a 40' RV that had no problem getting in and out. A charming place with very nice managers. - Joanna Koss
Nov 2016 - $39.00
The people who run this park are friendly and helpful! This park is clean and well-maintained, in spite of its age. Sites are on gravel/dirt with a small concrete pad at the side, with a picnic table. Plenty of trees for shade. Cable is free, WiFi is available at an extra cost. They do not accept credit cards - cash or personal check only. Would definitely stay here again! - StevieB1
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Good place to stay the night. Good power and water. Pretty level spots. Close to 40 but quiet in the camper. Pay extra for wifi but will use my phone. Nice lady that checks you in. Would stay again if passing thru. Power and water is far back but works. - neilontheroad
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Nice, quiet park with not many people there. Sites are back-in and some pull through; nice size sites; 30amp and 50amp available; good voltage and water quality. No cable; good Wifi reception. They had a small pool, no playground, and two ponds with ducks (they did allow the dogs to swim in them). Did not check out the rec hall. It was a nice park for an overnight stop. We would stop here again. - Kerch Family
May 2016 - $35.00
This park is a convenient place to stay on the way for overnight only. Spaces are adequate for our 37' motorhome and Jeep tow vehicle. Cable TV had only 3 stations with very bad reception. WIFI not working. It was very windy conditions and manager said that's why WIFI was bad. This was the second time we had stayed here and WIFI wasn't any better the first time. Owner was friendly and helpful. Extra charge for credit. Cash preferred. Road noise was minimal even though highway is very close. We will stay again. - We3Travel
Jan 2016 - $6.00
We paid $3 with the Interagency pass. The road in seemed to have been fairly recently graded, but was still quite washboarded. We were the only ones in the campground when we were there. The sites are fairly large, but short. Large campers may have trouble fitting in to a spot. Each site has a covered picnic table and a fire pit. There is a children's play area. The toilets were very clean. Someone had failed to put a rock on the trash can lid, and a critter had gotten into the trash. We spent 20 minutes picking up as much as we could. After that, I started to see more bits of trash around the entire place. So the campground could have been tidier.... We had a beautiful sunrise in the morning! There are some nice washes and hills to explore. We did not get a chance to do the loop drive. If someone does it while camped here, please note how long it is, as I can't find that info anywhere. Great cell service. - ALbums
Mar 2015 - $3.00
Picturesque campground in a canyon with a nice 2-mile canyon trail to enjoy. Had the place almost to myself except on the weekend when there were quite a few day-use hikers and picnickers. There are several water faucets but there was no water while I was there. No dump but there were garbage cans placed near every site. Each site has a picnic table with a ramada and a fire grill. Was able to get Verizon voice/data signal only with my antenna booster. The dirt roads in are washboard-y but don't demand high clearance. IMHO, this campground is a real gem, with widely-spaced sites and great scenery. - mockturtle
Oct 2013 - $3.00
Owl Canyon BLM campground, north of Barstow, CA. Widely separated, and mostly level, dirt campsites in a pretty little canyon. Rate listed was for a senior discount. No hookups, but trash receptacles, a couple of unthreaded water spigots, and several clean pit toilets. Big rig accessible, but the dirt road leading to the campground is very washboarded, so it is slow going. Beautiful view of the mountain range to the south at sunset. Extremely quiet and peaceful area. Nice. - HercMaster