Overall the park is clean and tidy. The staff was helpful and friendly upon check-in. My graded & level gravel parking space was long enough to park both my 25' trailer and tow vehicle w/o having to unhook them; for longer 5th wheel or travel trailers you'll have to unhook and park your tow vehicle on the paved pad provided. In the area I was in there was no shade or privacy; there was a more shaded area but it looked like that was reserved for longer-term residents. The utilities were easy to access; though there was a post for cable TV I was unable to get any cable reception; using my HDTV antenna I was able to get about 18 stations OTA.
The only black spot is that the Wi-Fi reception was terrible. The only way I was able to get good reception was to run an outside antenna & hook up my internal bridge router and even that was iffy most of the time. - CousinEddie
We stayed five nights, convenient location to go hiking in Joshua Tree NP. Heated pool and jacuzzi were welcomed after a long day of hiking. There is also a sauna and a gym, which we did not use. Park was clean, quiet, with trash pick up every morning. Lots of social activities (line dance lessons, poker night, stretching classes, aqua fitness, separate men's and women's golf rounds), but we did not participate in these. We would definitely stay here again. The only small downside was road noise from Amboy Road, which we were right next to. Very low traffic volume, and very quiet at night. But traffic did start up early in the morning, which was not an issue for us early risers. - coffmake
We stayed here one night. Few choices in this are so this was more than adequate. Amenities include a golf course, pool, and spa. WiFi was adequate. Limited TV selection so we used our satellite. The park caters to long termers and winter travelers so was not full when we were there. Had it been full it would have been tight to get around. We would stay again if in the area. - california traveler