We happened upon this campsite late at night but the views the next morning we stunning, wish we could have stayed longer. There were bathrooms but didn’t see showers.
Nice little place tucked away in the Mojave. Not sure exactly how many campsites as we stayed towards the front , there are vault toilets available. The train tracks are directly across from the camp, I liked it:) There are several old mines nearby and a cave you can climb to the top of the mountain through. There’s just plenty to do near this campsite so it’s 5 star all the way;):)
Plenty of places to just picnic for the day, camp for the night or stay a couple weeks:) showers at various campsites, you do have to pay but hey least their available:):)
There’s about 5 free RV pads with hookups, and 4 tent camping areas. Regular restrooms with a shower in both the men and woman’s; however, there is only one. Not long after setting up our tent a few homeless people came up asking for money and a woman from the local shelter showed up to bring supplies to them and told us it may be dangerous for us to stay the night so we left.
Bout 10 free campsites in a beautiful location. Several vault toilets, great spots to set up a tent, landscape is nice but the Sunset was breathtaking. One of the best sites we’ve had the privilege to stay at in the West.
Not far off the main road but could probably get muddy during the rainy season. Maybe 10-12 Campsites with a vault toilet that was definitely not usable in July of 2018. The campsites are along a a crystal clear Spring fed creek. One of my fav campsites and we will definitely try our luck at best msg the only ones there again.