3 Parks near Palm Desert, California
Aug 2015 - $88.00
This is a very nice park. My only issue is that the RV's are too close together, either on the sides or back to back! Many spaces in this park are right on top of each other. Check the park map and be careful which section you reserve in, if this is important to you. - Scimastr
Apr 2015 - $80.00
Nicest park I've ever been to! Clean, beautiful landscaping. Several dog runs. Expensive. - fifth wheeler
Mar 2015 - $73.00
I have been staying here for many years during the Indian Wells tennis tournament. It is an easy four mile bike ride away. ED has a five star physical space relative to the area RV parks. It was bought by Sunland Resorts about two years ago. Through several changes in their management style, it still has a five star space, but with a three star, at best, experience. First, wifi now is given as a one hour free service with a fee if you want more. Unfortunately, the hour begins when you sign in and ends an hour later. Even if you were only on line for ten minutes. Unacceptable in this day and age and daily rate, and user unfriendly at that. Second, the grounds as of last year, was adults only. This enabled a quiet relaxing experience at the pool and grounds and made the resort unique. This year the experience was like being at a camp with hordes of noisy children everywhere. I inquired at the registration and they said that there is an adults only "quiet time" at the pool between I think between 12 - 2. Really! I do not have a pet, but neighbors who had a dog mentioned that now there is a pet fee which they were negatively surprised by. After my experience this year, I will not be back. If you stay here try to get a site close to Frank Sinatra drive. On the other side of the park are train tracks and the interstate. Trains run all day and most of the night and it is very noisy. - Dragon breath
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