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No roads, no toilets, plenty of water and (maybe) bears.

Three fire pits, dig your own commode, lots of water year round, but little wood. Expect to forage far if you want a fire. But otherwise a great spot to spend a few summer days away from anyone not hale enough to trek in a few miles.

Fun and beautiful campground

Nice place to stay. Lots of trails and gorgeous scenery in this area.

Aim High, Ravens!

Ccampgrounds under construction to lay new pipes and beautify grounds. Lots of campsites. Not to mention tons of God's majestic creation to see. From my favorite the Jet black Ravens, rabbits, coyotes, and interesting botany. Gets dusty sometimes and cute and close to shopping and mystical adventure.

Nothing like sleeping right on the beach!

Even though you are lined up next to your neighbors, noise just doesn’t carry because the roar of the ocean is so loud! It’s amazing to fall asleep to. We loved exploring the sand dunes across the street and even saw a pod of dolphins! Restrooms were well maintained and staff was friendly. A huge bonus is that it was pet friendly, but most of the trails around are not.

So pretty, but a little loud!

I love this campground for the area. Beautiful trails near by, next to a stream, gorgeous views, and of course that mountain air! Trees are perfect for hammocks. I’ve been here a couple times and it’s always been really crowded and loud, and if you want to party in the woods, this is the spot! If you’re looking for a more remote area, this isn’t it. Still an enjoyable campground and if I’m going with several friends this will be the place we go!

All time fave

Love love love. BUT best when not a lot of people are camping unfortunately. Get there early to grab the best spot. Look for a stream and shade! The rocks, trees and streams in the campground and the hike are amazing.


Closed. Not open. Unavailable. Shut down. No go.

Ok Experience

This was my first experience where I felt isolated but it was during COVID-19. No interaction from the staff or tenants. They list that there’s WiFi but I was close to the office and was never able to connect. Overall my stay was ok, nothing to write about.

Desert Blast

Joshua tree is an excellent campground except there is no running water at this park. Make sure you get to the outhouse early in the morning or you’ll be forced to endure the stench of other campers waste. Lots of good hiking trails and rock formations if you’re into climbing. Be mindful of hot temps during summer months

Good campground

Great campground but there is always a lot of people coming here. Across the street you will come across a picnic site which you can do BBQs. Sometimes it is open and sometimes it is not. The creek is small not deep at all but it’s nice to take photos and just wet your feet. The creek is called Lyttle Creek. Also someone is always here cleaning, you will see her around with her dog. She is such a nice lady. The photos below are from the creek.