3 Parks near Palm Desert, California
Apr 2015 - $80.00
Nicest park I've ever been to! Clean, beautiful landscaping. Several dog runs. Expensive. - fifth wheeler
Jan 2015 - $80.00
Stayed for 3 weeks. Everything is very well maintained. There is trains close by. It didn't bother us, but other RV'ers thought it was loud. A lot of free entertainment at the pool. Very nice park. - tmcc
Jan 2015 - $79.00
This is one of the best RV parks we have ever stayed at. Until this one, the Blue Water Key RV Resort in Key West was the best but this one was better. The staff was great. When I was setting up our 5'er I noticed some ant beds. I called the office and within two minutes someone from the grounds crew arrived to spray the ant beds, the expansion cracks in the concrete, and any part of our coach that was touching the ground. As a result, we had no problems with ants during our 13-night stay stay. The grounds are beautifully maintained. Spaces are close but reasonable. There is a nearby train (seems like a lot of RV parks are located near train tracks) but I never found it to be a problem at our site. We were in site 400 and were able to utilize it as a pull through because our travel companions had not yet arrived in their RV. The only problem we had with our site is that we had exposure to the sun all day and our awning provided very little relief. That's not the fault of the park but mention it so you can try to pick a site that avoids this problem. Our friends who parked at the other end of the site pad in 401 faced the other direction and had shade all day. So, pay attention to the park map orientation and try to get a site facing away from the sun. Many sites are well shaded. Others are not. There is a nice dog park but management is very lenient and seems to allow you to walk your dog in any of the numerous grassy areas so long as you clean up. We never observed any left behind poop while walking our dogs. Palm Desert is a very clean town and extremely easy to navigate. They do have free WiFi but it is limited to 75 Mb. The paid WiFi was very good on all devices. There are numerous good restaurants and a lot of things to do in the area. We stayed for two weeks and plan to come back next year and stay for two months. - Ruskin
May 2015 - $1.00
This is a nice park. It is very open. A few of the pull through spots have some foliage, The back in spots are set up with a couple of Palm trees between each spot.
The spots are foot sized. The vehicle is backed in on sand, then there is a concrete 'patio' and an additional pad next to that for the picnic table.
The pull through spots parked on concrete.
The back in spot had 50 amps as well as 30. It looked like most the back in spots sported 50 amps.
The staff is very cheerful and friendly. They were very helpful.
I did not use the pool, however I saw them cleaning/servicing it in the morning when I took my walks. It looked very clean!
In the evenings sometimes the wind picked up, coating everything in my motorhome with a fine layer of sand/dust.
The road noise and train noise was pretty prevalent towards the front of the park. At the back of the park it will still audible, however not loud enough not disturb normal conversation.
It was not crowded when I was there. They close for the summer and I was there the week before they closed.
No wood fires allowed.
Overall, I like this park. - StormRunner
Apr 2015 - $1.00
We had been wanting to stay here for a long time & finally was able to make reservations during a time that worked for our schedule. This park is a little tricky to fit our Big Rig towing a full size truck, but doable. But the dirty sand was really a challenge to walk our 2 white cocker spaniels, that turned brown on our first walk! Then within 12 hours EVERYTHING inside & out of our coach was a constant film of sand/dust...after 2-1/2 days hubby & I were so depressed we relocated to another park. The park is well kept, staff very friendly...just can't handle the constant dust! - Bob & Linda
Apr 2015 - $1.00
All 50 amp sites are very tight due to date palm trees. These sites are on dirt but level. Many 30 amp pull thru sites are very large and paved. This park is on the frontage road of I-10 and front sites have noise from highway but it is tolerable. One pool is used heavily and by the end of the day the water is green. Not appealing.
We experienced temps in mid 90's and winds. As a result the fine dust got into everything. - venice