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11 RV Park near Palm Springs, Florida
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Palm Springs. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Palm Springs in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $1.00
Oh there was nothing good about this park. It was is in a sketchy neighborhood. There were people packed into spots like sardines. No grass. The rv spots are double stacked. It feels like you are in a parking lot. All the connections are on the wrong side so you have to crawl under the rv to connect. Our spot also had ants which then came into our trailer.You could not use coins for laundry you had to buy a card for $5 then load it. Laundry itself didnt cost much. We were parked in the back (space #40) and heard the trains ALL NIGHT LONG!! You couldn't open any windows or vents because the bugs would come in. NOT FUN TIMES!!! Our space was a 50 amp and we weren't told that. All spaces are 50 amp. It was supposed to be a 30 amp. So we had to buy an adapter from the office (same one sold on Amazon for $8) for $50 then return it for a refund when we were done with it. The check in and office was next door at a totally different park! There were also no signs before you turned into the park that the office was next door so you had to try and figure that out. The gates open automatically when you pull up, which then leaves the park completely unsecured. There are no amenities for kids or pets, but plenty of people drinking at the bar. - TravelinFam
Jul 2016 - $4.00
This park was a mobile home park, converted to RVs. The water and electric hook-ups are on the wrong side of every site. The sewer connection is in the middle of the site, under the RV! You have to crawl under the rig to connect. The roads are narrow, making it difficult to maneuver a big rig. We had to drive through two other sites to get out of our spot. Luckily the park was almost empty, so it wasn't a problem.
We booked 10 days through Coast to Coast, but only stayed one night. There is no security, the gates open for anyone who pulls up. The park is in a rough part of town, and we didn't feel comfortable staying there. - The Sauntering Sampsons
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is a bare bones park for sure. But, the grounds and campsite were clean and didn't look bad. And we felt very safe in the neighborhood. Funny thing was I still have absolutely no idea where the office is. We never saw anyone walking around. We didn't need the restrooms but the folks next to us said they were recently remodeled and were very nice. We stayed one night and are not looking for area activities or night life. Since we couldn't find an office we just found a site with a 50 amp plug. We would stay here again. - User529