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Went south of the ten from Joshua tree found some mountains with cracks and valleys running through them found one that went really deep and camped out for two night no one bothered us we explored the area during the day and hiked back to camp by night beautiful stars at night
Manual and his wife the camp host's are very very nice people making rounds very often , spoke to them many times during the three nights we stayed super quiet at night some wild life can be seen , some slips has a water riser for the trailer or what ever needed , we will be back on a regular basis , manual even brought us the fire wood we bought i didnt even half to go pick it up , the river just a little ways from the park good fishing from what i here
I was surprised how vacant this location was. It was absolutely gorgeous and the stars were unreal! There seemed to be a lot of campsites very far from each other. We only saw one other person
Really great park camping. Great for kids to ride around in the campground. Big campground. Trees. Stars ok cause of large awesome trees. 2 minutes from park store and post office stuff. Clean. Easy in and out. Not sure about great big rv’s. It as long as your maneuverable in a typical national park visitor center type are then you should be ok in campground.
Onion Valley is way up into the Sierras, which means the views are amazing and it serves as a great jumping off point for backpacking trips. Even if you are just going to day hike, it provides access to incredible country. The sites are pretty private (sort of walled in by bushes, trees and rocks, with well-maintained fire pits, tables and bear lockers. Just double check that your site is actually a drive-in site if that is what you want. A few sites along the little road that runs through camp look like drive-in's but are not.