Other reviewers are right-on, albeit they missed the road noise from the main road into base. It does appear that efforts are being made to make-up for apparent past poor customer relations: the hostess who greeted us was most helpful and friendly as were two staff members who guided us to our site (no numbers - they are being replaced). The paucity of basic things such as rest rooms, showers, etc., makes this a bare-bones place to stay. As others noted, I'd be worried about being here if it rains as sites have no gravel - just sand and dirt. No WiFi. There is a good PX, Commissary, and services station with diesel, albeit $0.20 more expensive than in Indio. It is convenient to Joshua Tree National Park and fills the need for a place to stay over night, especially if you are willing to do full hookups to compensate for lack of facilities. Oh: most sites are taken by long-term visitors.
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