This is a RPI Member rate. They are also a public campground that offer AAA/AARP/FMCA discounts as well. They have two sections. “upper section” with grass dividers and closer to the pools and clubhouse are a few dollars more. “Lower section” which we stayed in has gravel dividers and are a little further from the activities. All are 50 amp with cement pads (1 for the RV and1 for your vehicle). Favorite sites are #244, 245, 246. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean park that is a "resort" type with planned activities, etc., The pull thru spaces in our section were big and level. The pads were concrete. When I called on the phone to get the rates I was asked if I had Good Sam or AARP. I was quoted the rate for Good Sam. The folks that pulled in ahead of us told us they received the Passport America rate. The next morning I went into the office to inquire. The lady at the office was not really wanting to give me a refund, but in the end she did. The rate reflected on this post is a PPA rate. I did learn to always ask if they the parks accept PPA as it was not one of the discounts listed in their info OR on the PPA website. All in all, a very nice park off the beaten path which eliminates road noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly staff, great facilities, good pull-through sites. Internet pretty good. Very good activities program, love the fitness room. Very well manicured areas, nice feel to be in. Could do with picnic tables at the site. Will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really liked this RV park. Clean grounds, escort to site, good Wi-Fi (free) and for Passport rate of 16.00!! What a great deal for double that price. Nice staff, helpful. Asked for a late checkout (normally 10:00 am, a bit early in my opinion) and no problem at all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well laid out park that has both grass & gravel sites with level cement pads for the RV & car. Good Wi-Fi & over the air TV reception. There are two telephones with free long distance calling throughout USA & Canada. Good amenities & planned activities that you can partake in as you desire. The only downside is that it is near a Fire & Police Station. You also hear the occasional train. Staff was friendly. This is one of the few parks we have stayed at that actually recycles. The Gate is locked at night & you enter a code to get in. Cost was the Passport America charge. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest parks I've stayed in; really clean and everyone very friendly. We are not fans of the snowbird type of parks, but this one is very nice. If you're into it, there are so many activities that you can be busy all the time. Two nice pools (bathtub temp), spa, meeting rooms, gym, etc., all available. Free wi-fi. They guide you to your site and help back in so you don't knock over the utilities. There are two sides, one gravel the other lawn. We got the gravel but I think if I were there longer I'd opt for the grass. Lots of folks walking dogs all the time, and two large off-leash play areas. Even though we were there in the tail end of the snowbird season, they still honored our Passport America rate which is a bargain for this type of park. The only annoyance was no garbage cans anywhere, only dumpsters at the front of the park but it's not a big issue. Another nice thing, there aren't any "owner" cabins or spaces, everything is a rental so there is no stigma for those of us just passing through. For sure I'd stay there again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Indian Waters has always been one of our favorite resorts in the southwest. Now they are better than ever. Friendly, competent staff & beautiful grounds. Something for everyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Passport America. Beautiful campground and all amenities work very well. Large sites with cement pads both for RV and car. WiFi was very good and we not have to pay for it. Two big drawbacks: grass sites and gravel sites. Grass sites are near amenities, but only one garbage dump at the entrance to park. Sprinklers come on at 4:00 am and the grass is wet until just about noon. All lawn chairs etc. need to be taken off lawn at night. When the grass is cut and wet, you track lots of cuttings in and out of RV. Would stay again but on a gravel site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm not one who really wants the help of an escort, but I was impressed with his enthusiastic, "Welcome to Indian Waters" greeting. Nothing wrong with that which I've received at other parks, but this gentleman was great. We stayed in the gravel portion of the park. While not as pretty as the lush landscape one is greeted with upon entering the resort, it had a very nice desert feel. Pull through was much longer than our 37' coach and CR-V. The hook-ups are at the very back of the concrete pad, so the car had to be parked in front of the coach. We have our own 4G. Park requests that it not be used so as not to interfere with that which is provided. Theirs worked fine with my iPad, but not with my wife's MacBook Pro. The single trash disposal area wasn't ideal. We found Indian Waters to be a welcome oasis in the desert. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park. This is an RV park not a campground. Mainly occupied by large units in the winter time. Very clean, (almost obsessively!) Grass lots, gravel lots. It is close to all the fun things in Palm springs area. We stayed a month for $1200 with electricity! Not cheap. We are not member of any club, so we learned! We are from the northeast and found the winter a little cool in the desert! Very nice place for a winter stay. Nice hot tubs, very usefull. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Check in was a hassle. Computer problems. We booked 2 sites next to each other. We get there, but four sites away. Not a good start. Escort to our premier "grass site" was very nice. But most of the grass was dead. Nice level site, very clean park, despite only one trash bin for the whole park! Pools and rest rooms were super clean! Wi-Fi was weak & they have no cable. Don't think we will do this one again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay here. The grounds were neat and well kept with adequate utilities, showers, etc. Very nice clubhouse and pool area. Park schedules numerous activities and arranges discounted golf fees for several area courses. Nice fitness facility as well as billiard room if you're so inclined. Much less wind than Desert Hot Springs. We stayed six nights and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Enjoyed this park, nice clean atmosphere. Friendly employee's. I wouldn't say it's real family friendly but they do allow families. Mostly retired people in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Clean park, but under new ownership (not WH anymore) and as such, they don't honor the RPI rate even though they accept RPI (till the end of 2011) Felt that since they don't honor the RPI agreement of $10/nite they should have called me and told me before i got here (then i would have tried to get in somewhere else). The place was practically empty. Sewer hookup is all the way in the rear like trailer parks used to be 50 yrs ago, so I had to park on the gravel. Even tho they just put in new sewer hookups very recently they didn't want to spend the money on Cable. BTW they told me that the new rates will be $40+/nite. In Indio! We won't be back again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Magnificent landscaping at park entry. Members parked in well-landscaped area. Guests parked on gravel with no sewers. Dump truck came around every couple of days if requested. Nice dog run, nice clubhouse. Lovely pool area. Understand the park is under new ownership and making improvements to entire park including guest area. Rate was RPI. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our first Coast-to-Coast experience since buying the membership in Fall of 2009. Needed assistance with backing-in. Not much shade. Spaces were concrete pad - a little on the short side - between rocky/gravel yards. No sewer in the C2C available spaces. Right in town - so convenient to everything. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As did the previous entry, we stayed here on a promotional pass. My initial impression of this park is that it's tired, entry road is rough, gate is unattended and open during the day but closed at 1600 (4pm). The basic facilities are here but old and unappealing. We were assigned a site with only 30 amp service and no sewer without being asked if we wanted (or needed) more. The sites are level cement with a cement parking area for the toad, some shade trees but good satellite dish access. The park is one block from a large fire station and not too far from a rail line so it's noisy at night. The sales presentation was moderate pressure, but with no effort to find out what our requirements were, just kept beating on how much we would save over the years. Overall I was very disappointed and would not return to this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a membership park which we had a coupon to go to. Very nice park--did not buy a membership but I have to say the salespeople were not pushy which was very pleasant for a change. The people were courteous and accommodating. We had a gravel site. Normally the Wi-Fi apparently has to be paid for. It was very slow but we had it free so not complaining but would if I had to pay for it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.