Jordan W.

Austin, TX

Joined May 2018

Jordan + Nick Wade here! Traveling the US full time in our camper, without jobs or a plan! 🚀

Go out of your way to stay here

Seriously. This gem is located on the outskirts of Desert Hot Springs, CA. With two hot spring-fed pools and hot tubs (one of which is massive and SO luxe), we didn’t want to leave. Like, ever. The spring leaves your skin oh so soft and rejuvenated. The entire grounds were recently renovated and it shows. Stunning landscaping, layout and amenities. State of the art fitness center, billiards room, spa-worthy bathrooms and showers. Misters above every pool deck lounger. Convenience store 10 steps from the pool. Mini golf, pickle ball, horseshoes, shuffle board, bocce ball. During busy season (oct-march I think) they have water volleyball, performances, classes, etc. what a dream! Gorgeous views of the mountains, spectacular sunsets, and all-around great vibes. Alos, lots of bunny sightings everywhere on the grounds! A pond with ducks, too. Lots of spaces, large and flat. Always clean. Everyone is so friendly. And with Good Sam Club we paid $22 a night!!!! What?! Our favorite RV Resort for the money across 15 states weve visited so far!

Only improvements I can think of: put water bowls at dog park, add speakers to pool area for spa-like music to play to enhance the soothing atmosphere, offer recylable cups at the pool in case someone has glassware (which isn’t allowed), offer lotion in the bathrooms, and add a hand sanitizer bottle in the minigolf area.

Good for a night passing through

It’s basically a giant parking lot. There’s a ton of construction on the access road to this place right now making it difficult to get to, which isn’t their fault, but makes it less attractive to us as we drive long distances. At the park there is zero shade, no showers, not really close to anything fun, and they talk up their new dog park like it’s a thing, but it’s just a dead patch of grass they waste water on trying to revive. It is clean, and the views of the Organ Mountains are gorgeous, but for $40 a night we expected foliage, showers, and a pool would’ve been nice.