2 Parks near Yermo, California
Apr 2016 - $51.00
Sites are snug but separated with shrubs for some privacy. Each unisex restroom was a separate room with a shower. These rooms were very nicely tiled & were very clean. There is a shower token machine but no longer in use. Wi-fi was very weak in the back of the campground. All the regular/expected activities of KOA campgrounds. - 2togoNebraska
Apr 2016 - $54.00
Overpriced, 10 dollars more than other KOAs we've stayed at. Desk clerk not personable at all, bordering on rude. Showers were pay, ridiculous at the camping price. Had our disabled parent with us; how to put her through that gravel to the bathroom? We only did that once, it was just too hard on her, my husband, and the wheelchair. The handicap bathroom all was too small and almost impossible to use with a wheelchair. Store was not well equipped, Dog park was nice. We won't be back. - Jacque Tanis
Mar 2016 - $46.00
This is a typical KOA; over priced for what you get. Unfortunately, everything else in this area is not good so I elected to pay the inflated price and stay here. This is a decent park, but not worth $46 with the KOA Value Kard discount. This was for a 30 amp site as all 50 amp sites were already reserved. The staff was friendly. There is a nice little store on site with camping supplies, groceries, and drinks. The entire park is gravel. The sites are level and have adequate width. They have bushes planted between sites to provide additional privacy. The pull-through sites are not overly long so our 40' motor home and toad completely filled it plus some. There is cable service with 23 stations. There is WiFi, but the signal was so weak it wasn't usable. Several of the sites have nice shade trees on them. This might be a problem if you want to use your satellite dish. - Phaeton_Owner
May 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here from Saturday till Tuesday. The campground is about 2 miles from the highway, situated in a canyon in the hills. Very quiet at night. They get a lot of people with OHVs because they have direct access to the OHV trails in the desert around the park. This is a real advantage if you own one of these vehicles.
The hookups were all in very good condition, no power or water problems. The black tank hookup had well maintained threads that worked well with my adapter.
The sites were pretty primitive, and you will have to level your RV. We stayed in site B18, which was pretty roomy, but the rest of the sites are pretty close to each other, barely room to open an awning. They are pretty deep though, and each had a picnic table and fire pit.
The ghost town is within walking distance of the campground, and there are a lot of desert hiking trails right out of the park. - tspin818
Mar 2016 - $47.00
To correct a previous reviewer, this park does not have full hookups in all sites; many are dry camping and some are electric only. This is a family campground with RVs and tents and people come and go until very late at night. We reserved via the web and forgot to write down our space # (our fault). That was a huge mistake because the park gate isn't manned after 5 p.m. and while they list the available spaces, there's nothing to say who has which reserved space. We took another full hook-up only to have a "ranger" come by at 10 p.m., wake us from a dead sleep, and tell my 70 year old husband to move our RV. Be sure to bring your reservation space info with you. There is no wifi at this park. It is very dog-and-kid-friendly. - beckydmc
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Definitely overpriced for what they offer, but it is a pleasant stop for the night, and far enough from highway noise to enjoy sleeping with the windows open. Roads and sites themselves are dirt, at least in the newer side of the campground where we stayed. The pull through sites are long and spacious. All sites are full hookups, with 50 AMP service. There are pay showers, if you don't shower in your rig. Park admission is included with the nightly camping fee, but it doesn't include the mine tour, train tour, or other attractions. - USA-RVNomads