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Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $35.00
DWRV is a large facility provided primarily for extended stay guests. Around 25 of the 150+ sites are designated pull-thru's for overnight & weekly guests. Many of these are the dreaded side-by-side configuration, but the sites so long, that the design's deficiencies are minimized. The park was founded in 1988. As such, the sites, narrow gravel pads with a very nice concrete patio, reflect the days before slides. Were we staying but a single night in the pull-thru's, I would not open the slides. The wonderful ladies in the office have been very accommodating in working with us to find sites that will accommodate the coaches of today for our multi-day visits. This quiet park has a superb location just off I-15 very close to where 395 intersects it. It is a great place to wait out weather conditions, especially the wind, that RV'ers best avoid traveling either down Cajon Pass or in the local deserts. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Five Guys is within easy walking distance!
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $35.00
Pull thru site was long but not level. Website advertises free cable but found out upon arrival that it is Not available for short stays. We could only get a few channels with our antenna. No dog park but a small grassy area to walk your dog. Mostly long term RV in park. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $35.00
We stayed here once before and were not planning to come back. We had ended up doing exactly what a recent reviewer warned about. Their address and "directions" will take you past their place, and you'll end up needing to unhook your toad and do a U-turn. Off to a bad start, as you might say. But there's really nowhere else to stay in this area! So we came back, at least forewarned about turning right onto Cataba this time! Once you get past the wrong directions, it's an OK place. Some traffic noise we will use our fan to cancel out. But I have to say that their claim to have cable is false! They only "have cable" if you have a cable box, etc. We were able to get satellite fine, but I wanted to get PBS for some special programs, and wouldn't you know it - no PBS on air channels!!! Overall, not a big deal. But they advertised cable - and essentially don't have it! We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $35.00
Rate cited was the out-the-door rate. Nightly and weekly sites are kept separate from the monthly residents. Nightly and weekly sites are all pull-throughs, gravel and some with shade trees. Pool and spa areas were well kept and enjoyable. Pool is seasonal (not heated). Restrooms and laundry appeared clean to me. Park is gated and felt secured. Office personal were friendly. Reservations didn't seem to be necessary unless there's a particular site wanted. Recommend parking your RV in the front entrance, and take a walk to the sites and choose a few, many are unleveled and some are more desirable than others. If arriving on a Sunday, office closes at 2 PM. We would stay here again. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $35.00
We were going to give a 10 until we saw the bathrooms & showers. Eeew! Dirty floors, empty of TP. Plus a comical warning about diarrhea sufferers not using the pool and spa. They should not claim "private showers," as the main showers had no privacy (no change area; stepped out of curtained shower pan directly into the communal sink area). Heard noise on I-15, but not too loud--we ran a fan on low for white noise. Pluses: wonderful check-in ladies, clean roads & sites, and a few shady spots for an overnight. Now if they would just hire someone to clean those bathrooms. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $35.00
This park has nice wide streets and flat pull-thrus. The trees are starting to get a little wide. We were given Lot P-22 and could not open one of our slides because of the tree. I was courteously and quickly given Lot P-21 which gave us plenty of room. Electrical boxes look very old; however, 50 amp service is good. If you are a geocacher, this is the perfect jumping off point to do all the incredible geo-art north of here. Be aware that the entrance to the park is not on Main St. You must turn onto Cataba Rd to turn in or you will be making a U-turn. When you depart with your rig you may want to go back the way you came in so that you don't have to make the left turn out through the gate. The price is a great value. We will definitely return. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $18.00
Rate is PPA. Nice park with easy access. Less than a mile from Target and Walmart, In-and-Out Burger, fuel, etc. Many permanent residents toward the back of the park but all units well kept. Would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $32.00
Rate based on weekly rate. This is an OK place to stop for a night or two. The sites are long and level. All of the hook-ups worked properly. The sites are all gravel with almost no grass areas; consequently, there is a lot of dust. Additionally, the bathrooms were not cleaned at all during our one week stay and they were not clean. A problem that was reported to the office was accepted very poorly and never corrected (no hand towels in the Men's bathroom). We would stay here again for a night, but no longer. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $40.00
Friendly staff! Nice place,large RV spots and fair monthly rate. Stayed here for several months while on a traveling job with my husband. Overall we liked this RV park and felt safe . My only complaint would have to be how high our electric bill was every month. We travel full time for my husbands job and in the 10 yrs of doing so never had a bill over $80 power bill. For this park ranged between $150-220. In my opinion something was wrong with electric in my spot. Staff was nice and put in a new meter for me and that made the power bill even higher. Nice place, but if you are going to be a monthly beware of your power bill. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $35.00
This is a very well maintained gated RV Resort, with full hook ups and helpful staff at check in. Roads are paved. The gravel pad is long, level and pull through, and big rig access is good. Fairly quiet, and the freeway noise is minimal. Plenty of space for the towed so no need to unhook,; however, there is not a lot of privacy around the RV. A few shade trees, barbecues, and picnic tables were placed around the resort. Bathrooms were very poor. We expected much better from a resort like this. The laundry rooms were small and just about adequate. They are pet friendly with a dog walking area. We did not use Wi-Fi but cell was good. A heated swimming pool, huge clubhouse, billiard room, and library are also available. There are plenty of food stores, restaurants, and sightseeing close by. We would stay here again. It is good for a one night stopover or longer. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $32.00
Superb Stop. between 395 and I-5, Large mall across street. Verizon OK, cable, Wi-Fi, site long enough to stay attached. Pool, grass dog walk area. Will stay again. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $32.00
The office ladies have been absolutely wonderful in working with us to find the site that our rig will fit into. With family in the area, we use the park a couple of days at a time every couple of months. The more I use it, the better I like it. Being a high desert park, it has gravel sites with asphalt interior roads. Lots of good sized trees - fruitless mulberry's, mostly it looks like. There are nice concrete patios for the lawn chairs. The new Target shopping center diagonally across the street just gets better and better. Now there's a Five Guys! And on just the other side of I-15, Walmart and In'N Out. This park lies conveniently between 395 and I- 15, yet I've noticed no road noise. And no trains. It is a great place to both wait out the afternoon desert winds or the commuter traffic of Cajon Pass. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $32.00
Nice folks with easy check in. Nice pool, remember to get a key from the office as they forgot to offer. We have stayed here twice, this time because we had a problem with our truck and they we very willing and able to accommodate us. We stayed a couple of nights. Nice to see the strip mall across the street expanding. Good restaurants in the area. Plenty of space for our 40 Ft and truck. Good gravel sites and paved interior roads. Gated park with code access at night. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $32.00
This park has an interesting variety of sites. There are very nice concrete patios on the passenger side. But obstacles on the driver side make it a very narrow fit for the coach on the pad. Our first visit years ago (with a 32' double slide) was an over nighter in a pull through. The fit was tight enough that I wasn't comfortable with extending the driver's side slide. Our current coach is a 37 footer with three slides. The driver's side slide runs the length of the coach. Our back in site required very careful placement to avoid rubbing the sidewalls against the patio slab yet still open the driver's side slide without hitting the power pedestal. Our previous two pull through sites were long and narrow. Many of the sites in that area are side by side hook-ups. Some of the sites are nicely staggered to avoid opening into your neighbor's door. Others are not. Our current site, in an area usually reserved for more long term stays, is huge. Getting the RV correctly into the site (and it did require leveling pads under the front tires to keep the jacks from raising them off the ground) was challenging, but worth it for a 3 day stay in this most definitely a desert setting. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $32.00
Rate is Good Sam, AAA, Seniors, PA. You get a discount, but less than 10% off the daily rate. OK park, paved roads, gravel sites. Extremely narrow sites, but long. Virtually empty except for seasonals; park maybe 20% occupied at the most. Everyone had a dog and they were all noisy. We camped at Desert Willow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Five Guys is within easy walking distance!biosensai • February 2015
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