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The camping is tight because there isn't designated camp sites. But the sound of the stream is peaceful at night and wonderful sound to fall asleep to.
Just a huge lot with lots of spaces! We got put waaaay in the back away from everything, but the whole place wasn't very busy!
Good for a quick night sleep
Very clean and nice staff. Always a very pleasant stay.
Just a few hundred feet off a twisty mountain highway this campsite doesn't have but maybe two level spots not even for tents. Don't go in with any big rigs very tight. I found a tight spot for my minivan but I wasn't on the level so sleeping was a little bit tricky.
Monthly stays are very economical ($580/$605+electricity) which includes daily (9am-9pm) access to the four hot pools at different temperatures, the swimming pool, gym, dry sauna, wet sauna, etc. (Pre-Covid they had water aerobics class and yoga, but that’s been discontinued; I hope they bring…
great campground. quiet and pretty views in every direction
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Getting up Thomas Mountain is good fun. This Campground is about 8mi up the ridge along a sometimes washed out road. The site itself was peaceful and quiet, but entirely left to run away. Not a lot of level ground.
We loved the spacious sites. With snow in the surrounding mountains. It seems to be surrounded by mountains in the winter months.
Weekly rate was $65 a night. Very nice. Pool, patio with nice furniture, coffee every morning, ridiculously small dog pens but nice walking path around the park.
Rv friendly. Good weather starts mid November. Can be windy. Close to Palm Springs. Discount for three months or more. Poker friendly. 55 or over. Great swimming and mineral hot tubs.
Easy check in. Great level sites. Geothermal pool and spas. 90, 100 and 104 degrees heated in December!!
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The vast size of the wonderful site will take your breath away. Hikes are definitely recommended but I suggest you dress accordingly and bring provisions.
I camp many places, this restroom is the most high class one, it has flush toilet, basin, mirror, light and clothes hook. If you bring your own shower bag or a bucket of water, shower room is free to use actually.
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The pool & hot tub is the best part of this park. Getting in and getting out if you have a 40ft+ is tricky. Sharp corners, palm trees at every site. 30ampers in the 50ampers and vice-versa. No real organization, but it is a first come first serve camp. Sand....sand and more sand! Bring a vacuum…