1 Park near Twentynine Palms, California
Jan 2016 - $45.00
Kind of a weird place. We arrived at 5:05pm and found the office closed at 5:00pm (during high season?!?). While we were perusing the after hours check in information the staff left the office, locked the door, and walked passed us without a word or any acknowledgement.
Pro: Appears to be a well-maintained facility. Showers and restrooms were clean. Laundry, pool, and activities. Seems to cater to long-term snow bird residents.
Cons: Extreme distance from camp site concrete pad to pedestal hook ups and dump. (Used every inch of my electrical cable. To use the dump I had to maneuver off the pad to reach.) No cable TV. No over-the-air TV. Multiple WiFi access points but we were unable to connect to any of them using provided log-on info.
Very unlikely that we will return. - Doofus1
Apr 2015 - $38.00
We have stayed here many times as it is very convenient to Joshua Tree park.
A little road noise Amboy road but a nice park for a couple of days. - Ross Brand
Mar 2015 - $39.00
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