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43 RV Parks near Morongo Valley, California
We did however find 43 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.
Sep 2016 - $50.00
We almost didn't stay here based on some of the reviews, though some are old and things change. We are glad we did, and will be back. We personally found our site to be wide, nice, quiet, shady, and clean. We do have an active dog and though they don't have a dog run (which we'd LOVE for them to add) there is plenty of room to walk a dog around the park, right outside the park, and even around the marina which is right there. There is an area for kids to play which I didn't see mentioned. They have rules which from what we could tell were enforced as needed, not over the top military style. (Which is good.) Check in was fast and easy, and they did allow us to stay a little extra on our check out day as no one was coming into our spot. That was also very appreciated. They are in the process of updating the electrical (we had 30 amp and would love 50), and their office space is going to be much bigger. That will allow for a nice store, etc. We were allowed to have a propane fire, which we enjoyed. Some areas are narrow and require some coordination to get in spots, but all got in fine and was doable with patience. - Dank
Aug 2016 - $50.00
We drove from Arizona to Big Bear about 5 hours, to stay at Halloway's. We got here on Tuesday and left on Saturday. It was a good visit through the week. Very quiet. Weekend was pretty busy there were a lot of dogs and some of them ran loose at times. This wouldn't have been to big of a deal, but I have a very protective dog so I had to keep him in the trailer a lot. The park is close quarters, didn't like that much, and there are a lot of people that leave their rigs here, so it seems more like a little town them a camping trip. Would I stay here again? No don't think so. - Lance camping
Aug 2016 - $55.00
They allow pets, but have absolutely zero amenities for pets. There is no place for a dog to go to the bathroom, no shrubs, no grass, no common area, no pet area - nothing, not even an open area anywhere! Just paved roads and gravel sites. Considering that just about every RV has at least 1 dog and they have 100 sites, that's a lot of dogs with no place to "go". Also, the website claims full hook-ups, but by that they mean only water, electric, and sewer. There is no cable TV. When I asked about it, they said they had it 8 years ago, but it got to below zero degrees and that caused a problem that they haven't been able to fix yet?!? There is WiFi, but it is pretty slow. The site we have is very small, we have a 28' travel trailer and our truck has to be parked sticking out into the road. The site is all gravel with a tree between most sites and a picnic table. The sites do seem to be fairly level, I just wish there was a place to take my dogs, even an open common area somewhere instead of just wall to wall campsites.
I would have enjoyed our trip much more if there was cable TV so that we could have watched the Olympics. The camper next to us pulled in and asked me where to hook up his cable TV - so we aren't the only ones disappointed about that. The lack of anywhere to take the dog to potty is very disturbing and an inconvenience several times a day. I wish they would change that. If they gave up one campsite and fenced it in as a dog area, that would make a big difference! - g & c on the road
Dec 2016 - $10.00
The sites in this campground are definitely for smaller rigs and tents. With that said, we were able to find a nice site for our 26 foot RV, but we did need to level. Many of the sites have beautiful rock formations around the sites. There is no water or dump station. Pit toilets only, which were clean. If you show up in the off season and want a walk in site, there is no self pay at the campground; you need to get your envelope at the ranger station on the way in (2 miles away) and in theory know which site you are taking (not possible for us because of needing to find an acceptable spot) then drive back to pay. We pulled in after dark so we found all of this out the next morning, after I walked around the campground with a flashlight looking for the self pay station. - Pinkflamingo71
Feb 2016 - $10.00
First off, if you get here on anything other than a weekend or holiday and the sign says "full", DON'T BELIEVE IT. We've been here twice on a Sunday night and Monday night and it said full when it was all but empty. The Rangers here don't seem to care very much about accuracy. That said, this is a beautiful campground surrounded by gorgeous rock formations. It is very clean. The parking area for most of the sites are very small though. Don't even think about a bringing a big rig here. At 28 feet we had to try about 4-5 sites before we could find one that worked. They are also not level at all so be prepared. Now I-fi of course, but we got 2-3 bars on Verizon. We would definitely stay again. - Pdxjoanne
Apr 2013 - $8.00
Tuesday, April 16 – Indian Cove Campground. This campground is located in Joshua Tree National Park, CA. It is one of eight campgrounds in the park plus you can wilderness camp but need to check at the Visitor Centers. Indian Cove is in the northern section of the park, and one must drive out towards Twenty-Nine Palms and then off of route 62 take the Indians Cove road to drive back into the park about 3 or more miles. The reason we selected this campground is that it is one of two that accepts reservations in the park. There were 101 one sites located among the rocks with fancy pit toilets located all over. No water or electricity in the park. Sites can be tight, but there are sites that can hold RV’s, but nothing I saw that would take a 35 foot or larger RV. We have a 25ft RV, and our site 53 was a tight squeeze. The park is beautiful with rocks all over. All sites were in the rocks and there are hiking trails and rock climbing areas throughout this campground and the park. This campground is near Twenty Nine Palms for services. We drove up from the south entering near Cottonwood campground and there is a single lane stretch of over 13 miles that you have a lead car that takes you. Heading north the lead car takes off every hour and half hour, and coming down from the north it goes every quarter past and forty five minutes past the hour. Speed limit is 25 but our lead car took off at 40 going over tar, rocks, loose gravel and by construction crews. Watch out for stones hitting your windshield from the car in front. On our way we passed two other campgrounds, White Tank and Belle (smaller than Indian Cove), and we could have fit in there. We also drove into Jumbo Rocks Campground, and that one was stunning and there were some sites in there we could have fit in. They have a limit there of 30 feet. Those campgrounds are first come first serve and Jumbo Rocks on a Tuesday was almost full. Over the weekend all campgrounds were full and campers had to park in an overflow area near Twenty Nine Palms. There are three main visitor centers at the entrances, and all of them have different exhibits. The Twenty Nine Palms Visitor Center also has the Mara Oasis located there. Black Rock, Cottonwood, and Indian Cove cost $15 per night and the others $10. If you have a pass, your entrance to the park is free and the camping is 50% off. Nice spot to camp, and in April the nights are still cold. - gsnakehill
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
Oct 2018 - $30.00
As a member; daily rate N/A. Nice & Clean Park. Great Security for all. Areas are sectional for 30A/50A. The 50A lots are either a) partial asphalt/ sandy/sunny or b) concrete, private and shady in rear of lot. If you are fortunate to obtain a rear lot..... peaceful & quiet. No wifi/no cable. - Windman69
Apr 2018 - $72.00
This park was once a date orchard and spacing between sites is governed by where the trees are growing. Due to a drought situation, the sites are mostly dry (dusty) dirt and paved RV parking area. Staff is very helpful and friendly, but I thought this was an over-priced stop on our cross country trip. Sites are a mix of pull-thru and back-in and are not assigned, just offered on a first come, first served basis. - Dunwoodyradio