This campground is open but you need to reserve a site 48hrs ahead of time or snag a first-come-first-serve site (which we did!). I think it's a California State Park and Covid thing right now. There is some construction going on but it didn't effect our stay at all. We had a river site. It was tight maneuvering the roads of the campground with the trailer but the site was if enough for our 20ft trailer. Beautiful place and so much to do near by. Staff was helpful and very friendly!
The campground is in a great spot. Ten minutes from Yosemite. The staff (one person) was very nice. We did try to call and email ahead of time with no response but they had plenty of room for us in March when we pulled up. The campground is right on the road but the traffic quieted down by night and we were in the park all day so it didn't bother us. We have a 20' trailer and fit fine, but no one was in the site behind us. It might have been a tight fit if there were.
We had a good stay here. It's a smaller campground but met our needs. We ended up camping in a dry site as it had more space and was at the end of the park under some oaks (site 17). The RV sites were close together and the ones not on the river were on a gravel parking lot. There was free wifi which worked okay (managed a couple zoom calls without too much freezing). There was a really nice swimming hole that we did not test out in March. Easy and quick to Sequoia and a coffee shop and brewery just down the road!
We had a great stay here. Our site was on the end next to the BLM land and we had nice views of the mountains over Joshua Tree and the stars at night. The staff was very friendly. There is a nice little pond with lots of birds that my daughter loved. It's out of the town which we like but not far from the Joshua Tree entrance to the park and lots of coffee shops.
You can't get closer! This campground was located in a great spot… Scenery all around and trails to Tucson Mountain Park. Minutes from Saguaro West. The staff was very nice. Site was clean and spacious with vegetation and space between the other sites. Nothing like a Tucson sunset every night.
This was a great campground. Nice and shaded and on the way to all the trails in Chiricahua. Quiet and small. We have a tall 20' trailer and it was a tight squeeze and we were definitely one of the big ones. But once we were in it was fantastic.
When we camped here (beginning of March) it was very quiet. It might have been a shoulder season or just opening. Payment was through a drop box and none of the facilities were open yet which was fine by us since we were self contained. Had a nice pull through site. Nice small campground. Close to hiking (Hobbs State Park).