2 RV Parks near Fort Irwin, California
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fort Irwin. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fort Irwin in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $6.00
Beautiful dry camping spot, EXCEPT... the road in. Washboarding and steepness are the two main problems, but rocks and ruts are also numerous. I had been here before in a car and had totally forgotten about that. So, not knowing any better, I headed down in my 33" Class A towing a car. There's no place to turn around anyway. I made it safely, and things actually didn't get smashed up too badly. Perhaps I should wait until I leave safely before posting this review. There are two very steep uphill sections awaiting. But, the campsites are nice, level, and fairly well-spaced. There seem to be about ten of them, all tent and van campers. Plenty of open sites on a weekday in April, but the weather is starting to get hot. If you have a Jeep or 4x4 truck, you should be able to ford the river just past the campground, and there seem to be more places to explore the next mile or two. This is the Mojave Road, and it becomes a challenging 4x4 route in places. Railroad tracks through the canyon, about 16 trains/day, but no horns. Some campsites are fairly far from the tracks if that's a bother. Decent cell service from Verizon and AT&T, AT&T seems better. Range of 4-25 Megabit. - bobk3d
Dec 2017 - $40.00
As others have said, the sites are pretty narrow and most are also very short and uneven. One important point is that there are really two separate campgrounds here--one is near the entrance and was packed with off-road bikers and 4-wheelers. I would NOT want to stay there because of the dust from vehicles constantly coming and going. The other campground is down two canyons and was almost deserted, which was gnice because it would not have been pleasant had it been full because of the narrow and short sites. The best part is that no off-road bikes or vehicles are permitted in this area! Roads are paved but sites are gravel, and there are no-hookup sites, electric-only sites, and full-hookup sites. I chose a full hookup site primarily because it looked bigger and was in a more open area for satellite signals. I was able to get two-bars of Verizon data, which was also good, but this seems to be spotty due to the canyon walls, which are not horribly tall, but some sites back up directly to them. I stayed in the circle area and the restroom looked very new, although I did not use it. - judy_online
Apr 2017 - $47.00
Stayed overnight on our way to the Grand canyon in B10. Sites are primitive, remote, &"rustic". Full hookups, everything worked fine. Very uneven site, very close together but luckily it was midweek so no one around us. I would probably stay in the A's next time. Ghost town was fun & interesting. Glad we came. - catmama
Apr 2017 - $47.00
Rate is for park fee plus $7 reservation fee. We had looked forward to staying here but were disappointed. We chose what looked like the largest site available with full hookups, but it didn't live up to expectations since most of the site was rutted and on a slope way beyond our ability to level. After maneuvering far to the right of the site, we were able to level side to side but the uphill slope meant we couldn't level without our rear wheels being off of the ground. The water fixture had two faucets, but one was broken off and the other didn't work. In fairness, the park maintenance fixed it within an hour.
Very crowded on a Friday night with lots of noise from campers coming in late. Verizon cell/data was good, and there were no obstructions to the satellite. - Meanderman