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48 RV Parks near Morongo Valley, California
We did however find 48 campgrounds within 25 miles of Morongo Valley. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Morongo Valley in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $30.00
Very nice resort and a good bargain at the PA rate. Its a ways out of town, so mostly a place to come and stay - nothing nearby. That does make it nice and quiet, though. The pool and spa area is beautiful, and the mineral pools are quite nice. I wasn't too crazy about the golf "course," but if you know in advance its just a pitch and putt, you won't be disappointed. The major detractor is that its a seriously windy area. I was lucky that I only have a slide on one side, and the wind was coming from the other side; otherwise, I would have had to put my slide in for much of the stay. The wifi was good, Verizon signal strong, and there is lots of over the air tv. The rate actually includes free cable TV, but you have to get a remote from the office and the set up is a little complicated. They offered to send someone out to my site to set it up, but I declined, as I wouldn't be there that long. The site itself was sand, mostly level, and very easy to back into. However, I saw many sites there that would have presented some back in challenges, and that were very unlevel. If you have the opportunity when you arrive to check out sites in advance, I recommend it, given the wide disparity in levelness of sites and ease of entry. The office is not open Sundays and holidays. I arrived on a holiday, but they gave me very good instructions on how to check in both on the phone and in a follow up email. The office staff was very friendly. The locals, not so much. Actually, they weren't unfriendly, they just acted like I wasn't there. It was a little bizarre. - KAP99
Sep 2018 - $29.00
We were put into what we guessed was a pull through site (that was the only way we could get in) which was totally unsuitable for a big diesel pusher. It was loose sand, couldn't really level, no information given on the site. While I realize this was a weekend, I told them we had a big diesel pusher (40 ft) and that doesn't seem to matter. Roads are extremely narrow - workmen around doing renovations with trucks/trailers parked in the middle of roads, etc. We will never, ever, stay at this place again. - PugetSound
May 2018 - $29.00
This was our second stay. The only negative was with their office staff. They were pleasant and helpful but their reservation procedures need much work. This time they had my reservation transposed with another person with the same last name but different first name. Our first site assignment was where a mobile home has been and not conducive for a travel trailer. Then the second site was next to another camper when there were at least 20 open sites without neighbors. Other than those two problems, again we had a great time. This location is mainly park homes with several sites available for RV guests. Very quiet for a Memorial Day weekend, 'cause this is a 55+ location. No rowdy people and inconsiderate people passing through our site. The pool and spas are naturally heated by mineral hot springs and was very soothing. It was a little windy but enjoyed the wind, quail and jackrabbits. Streets were a little narrow but we made it OK. The site was hard dirt and a little pad where to place your steps. Utilities were good, the cable TV required a converted box available at the office. Very minimal traffic noise. The residents were mostly friendly. Again we really enjoyed our selves and will return again. - SD75mac
Mar 2019 - $60.00
The park is very pretty. The pools and spas are wonderful. The check in was easy. Those are the good points. The first spot we were at was #984 way in the back of the park, really far from the pools and spas unless you have a golf cart or bring a car the walk was ridiculous. We asked for a spot closer to the pools. It was #263 it was across from the pools, great, the problem here was the unbearable smell of some type of chemicals. according to the neighbors they sprayed Round Up. It had to be a lot of Round Up because the smell didn't go away. We had to leave early because of this problem. Couldn't change spots again because the office closes at 5 pm and doesn't reopen until 10 am. Very disappointed. Don't bother getting the super deluxe spots the only difference between them and the regular spots is a table and chairs and a little spot of artificial grass. Plus way too far from the pools. - Daisy 5
Jun 2018 - $47.00
Disappointed! This is a beautiful park with 1,o3o spaces yet the majority are park models. We squeezed into the spot they gave us (had to unhook the tow first) and there were no other RVs on the east side. Felt really out of place. Drove down to their restaurant and had a burger. We were the only ones there. Guess I should have made sure it said "RV" Resort. - Possumvalleybrndr
Apr 2018 - $26.00
They worked to find a spot that would fit our long (65') rig. It was a very nice site with a wash behind us. The problems with the resort is that it is meant mostly for staying in a park model. The streets are narrow, so parking a longer rig is difficult. We had a problem with our cable connection. Calling the office didn't solve the problem, so they promised a repair person would come out to fix the problem. The repair person never showed. - Raquel
Jan 2018 - $1.00
The campsites in this park are pretty small; it's an RV resort in an urban setting. With that in mind, Palm Springs Oasis was a terrific stay for us. We loved being close to town, and everyone in the park was very nice. The staff was friendly and helpful. The pool was clean and required a key to access; the bath house was clean. The laundry room and grounds were too. It's a small RV resort with tight spaces; the location can't be beaten though. - ppalmer21
Jan 2018 - $64.00
This RV park has tight spaces, the only outside space you have is behind your tow vehicle or towed which is parked close to the left of your RV. But worse than that--I saw no RV site that was level. Most Class A's had their front wheels 3-6 inches off the ground. And fifth wheels have it even worse if their sewer connection is not at the rear--bring lots of leveling blocks for the hose! I had to buy a 10 pack at WM and I could have used more. Other than that--it is ok. Getting Satellite coverage was good in most spots used a few more to make it level and keep my front wheels supported. I doubt an over 40' rig with 3 slides and a towed would fit. - TedM
Dec 2017 - $50.00
One night stay. very close & tight. - Ronzo Rig
Jun 2018 - $1.00
This was an adventure! It was difficult to navigate the road up the mountain to get into with a 28'. I would definitely suggest daytime driving. The problem is the whizzers around the curve. We drove through Idyllwild on the way back and this was a lot easier to maneuver. The park itself is a challenge to find easy spots to get into, but it was worth the challenge. It is an interesting park being tucked up in the mountains and the trip to Idyllwild is definitely a must. The people are so friendly and dog friendly shops. We did lose the top of our fridge vent so be remember where you go go into you must come back out of. No internet except for the laundry areas. Take plenty of quarters. - ralinda
May 2015 - $1.00
I was one night at this park. It happened to be fogged in so I did walk the area, I could only see about 200 feet.
My site was nice, and spacious in the woods. I was next to a long term renter.
This entire park is nestled in the woods, among trees and boulders. Driving through here in a big RV or with a big trailer is not for the faint of heart. My 24 foot van was no problem.
The road in is a pretty steep hill.
The Rangers that checked me in were very friendly and offered plenty of good advice about navigating the many roads in the park. - StormRunner
Oct 2014 - $1.00
Nice wooded park. We were up top near the pool in a nice 50 amp site. Park was fairly empty because it was starting to get cooler. Many things to do in the area and casino's aren't too far away. We enjoyed our week long stay. - acampingfan
Apr 2019 - $54.00
This park is very tight to move an RV around in. If you have a TOAD, you should disconnect outside of the park. They do have a location inside but it tight getting to it. This applies more to dollies than flat towing as you will scrub your tires getting in here. This park is very dusty. It dust looks like sand but it is dirty and if you have a dog, plan on having that brought in each time your dog enters your home. The employees are friendly and helpful. The sites are tight and you have to pick out your own. They are always the worse ones as campers will move into the better ones as previous campers move out. Like a lot of thousand trails, it also appears that people save slots for each other, as when you pull in they tell you-you can camp at any open site unless it has a paper saying that it is taking or has someone's items left there as if they left. The interstate is 100 yards away and on the opposite side of that is a major thoroughfare for freight trains. Trains go by every 20 minutes or so. the one good thing is there are no crossings so they do blow their horn all the time. Sites are just large enough to handle large homes but not parking. This is a very small overcrowded park. I will probably not stay here again. - TekManiac
Mar 2019 - $1.00
We ended up staying extra days due to illness and lucked out as the park is full this time of year. Persistence calling TTrails got an extension. Upon arrival the park was overgrown in many RV sites with tall weeds, some RV spaces had loose rutted sand, many were not very level, and are very close together under the Palms. Power was a little low at times and we had to keep an eye on it. You must be very careful to avoid driving over the sewer inlet. Marked with red posts but ours was only a few inches high. Somehow we lucked out and had one of the better leveled sites. Crew was was working on cleaning it all up but looked shabby for Palm Springs. - cba
Jan 2019 - $1.00
1st time back in 5 years. Still a nice place to stay right off I-10. Level sandy pull thru 30 amp and backin 50 amp full hookup sites. Pretty closely spaced so caution is needed in bigger rigs. Nice amenities and activities. Will stay here again. - teepee51
Mar 2017 - $22.00
This park is nice enough. The facilities are getting pretty tired. The biggest problem with this park is the wind. Unless you don't mind wind, look further. There are windmills near this park for a reason. During our stay we encountered wind storms for days on end. Some of the gusts were to 75mph! Like I said, if you don't mind wind. - RV Dog
Feb 2017 - $65.00
It is an older park - roads are quite rough. Facilities are nice to use, but being in North Palm Springs, you are in a high wind area and in fact, the wind farm is about 1000 ft from the park. We enjoyed staying there, but it is about a 15 min drive to Palm Springs and nothing really close for shopping or restaurants. We inquired 3 times about buying a lot there and the owners never responded, so assuming they are either not selling or not interested in selling lots. - AMJNMAC1
Mar 2013 - $17.00
What a gem in a beautiful part of California. The wind can be bothersome and gusty. However we had more days with no wind or a slight breeze than windy days. We spent 5 months at this park and the rate is the average cost including electric and propane. The only problem I saw was not enough washer and dryers at the park. However this never caused me personally a problem. Park is run by a great group of workers who make sure it is clean and quiet. The average grocery store or gas station is less than 5 to 10 minutes from the park. There are so many great places to eat (local places) in Palm Springs which is 15 to 20 minutes away. This area has all the big box stores and chain restaurants anyone can think of. I enjoyed my lot that faced north where I could enjoy 70 to 80 degree days and look at snow covered mountain peaks. Joshua Tree National Park is 30 to 45 minutes away depending on which entrance you use. - illini777
Feb 2013 - $30.00
This is an age 55+ mobile home park that has a few RV spaces available. Call ahead. Office hours are limited. They have a large warm mineral water swimming pool and a few smaller hot water pools. We did not try their WiFi, which their website says that they have. - Ken from San Diego
Jun 2011 - $45.00
This is an unusual park because it is combined with a mobile home park where people live permanently. That is actually a good thing. People can ask locals other than a park manager, where good shopping, etc., is. Also, some people leave their rigs here all year (parked in storage) and return by car every year. Most of the RV'ers we saw this winter were from Canada and returned to the area because they loved golf or the local casinos, or just the desert, which was lovely. I also liked that there were walking paths out into the desert behind the park, accessible through the side gate, and the scenery here was real, not landscaped. The park pool is large and the spa big enough for 20 or so people. The clubhouse is nice, too, with a kitchen and room for the nightly card games our group held. It has a pool table and room to read, with books to take out and leave some if you want. A nice, friendly place. Management was not really very friendly, but the people at the park made up for it. It's a short walk to a shopping center with a Vons, K-Mart, and Starbucks, so you don't have to drive everywhere. - dhsbrenda
Dec 2017 - $50.00
Access to the park is not so good. The tail of our coach scraped going in (as have many others from the scars left behind). There is a rear access...it is worse. The office was open but no one around. There was not a bell or any means of attracting the attention of the management. Finally, a young man emerged. He was pleasant and informative. He apologized for the poor internet that was available. He suggested that we keep an eye out for coyotes if we were to walk our dog outside of the park. There is no other place to walk them. We did not receive a hard copy receipt. We had a choice of e-mail or text if we wanted a record.
Our site #1 was small and very unlevel but we were able to make it work. Hookups were to the left and in good condition W, P & S but no cable connection. (It is advertised). When asked about cable TV we were told we were welcome to watch the office TV. It has cable. The grounds we neat and tidy. There is only concrete and dirt though and that's okay, it is in the desert. If there was a pool we did not see one nor was one mentioned at check in. The clientele are mostly permanents but their sites were tidy. The internet was non existent. We could not log on and we were right across from the office.
Had we not been on the road all day, we would have asked for our money back and stayed at a Walmart. This is a $20.00 per night park at best. All it has going for it is the power, water and sewer.
Not located in the nicest part of town. We paid $56.74 ($49.99 + $5.75 tax) and we will never be back. - Rollin Ollens
May 2017 - $45.00
This is a tiny park and with few amenities. Space they had reserved for my trailer was not big enough, although they insisted it was, and we could not stay there. Some spaces looked to be reasonable size; all were back-in; and most looked to be seasonal. The space reserved for us was in front of the admin/laundry/meeting building and our hitch would have stuck out into the lane; and no room for the truck. They charged me 2 nights anyway per their policy. Beware if you make a reservation! From what I saw, the place looked relatively clean. Pool was tiny. - AL Sojourner
May 2016 - $40.00
Have been staying here once a month for my husband's Dr. Appts. the Asst. Mgr. is the best very friendly and helpful, but the owner's son is hard to deal, he has taken over business and intimidates and makes you very uncomfortable. He has let things go around the grounds. It now has lots of weeds and stickers, showers need a good cleaning, animal droppings not picked up on the grounds, and he doesn't give the discounts advertised. - Cherishedgirls
Jan 2019 - $28.00
Very nice park that has just changed hands to Sun Resorts. They are improving the park. It is somewhat limited for long RVs. Ours is a 40 ft 5th wheel and we had trouble backing into the space. Very nice golf course and game area. Putting in brand new rebuilt pool and hot tubs. This rate is based on a monthly winter (high season) rate. All sites back in (no pull through). Easy access to Palm Springs activities at much lower price. Be sure to check out Indian Canyon. Beautiful with lots of palm trees. - Story On The Road
Mar 2018 - $25.00
This aa older park that CalAm is trying to make work for newer and larger rigs. The lots very sub standard. Had to use a lot of blocks because of the lots being so unlevel. Mostly soft sand and not much rock which made the inside of our mh a mess to keep clean. Wind ,wind , and more high wind. Had our slides pulled in a lot of days. If you drive 8 miles to Palm City or Desert Palms, very little wind while it was horrible in Desert Hot Springs. Locals told us this side of the valley is always very windy. Proof being the windmills by the hundreds in the area . Very scary crime area! A lot of older park models. One big thing, streets and lots are very narrow. Watch everyone struggle to back their rigs in. Two people caused damage trying to get in or out. Definitely not a enjoyable place to be in a larger rig. Will not be back. Booked a month here and left early . - Kent and cindy
Mar 2018 - $42.00
This is an older park, mostly geared towards snowbirds who come and stay for the winter. It's a mix of park models and RV sites. The farthest loop, which is where they usually put short term guests, has smallish sites with an odd location for the utilities. The water, electric, and sewer are all located at the back of the site, not in the middle of the site. You can put your rig on the right side of the site to line up with the utilities, but then your door opens onto bushes that border each site. The other option is to park your rig on the concrete pad (half on, half off) and run all your lines under your rig. The park is a bit hilly and you may need to drive up on blocks to get level. The park has very nice pickleball courts and bocce ball courts. We had several windy days there, windy enough to bring one of our slides in. - Steve Vogel