RV Parks & Campgrounds near Coachella, CA

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Fern Basin Campground, CA

Overview

The picturesque Fern Basin Campground is a perfect escape from a busy lifestyle. It provides peace and quiet in the mountains of southern California as well as access to countless recreational opportunities.

Recreation

Visitors to the area enjoy hiking on the Marion Mountain Trail, which leads to San Jacinto Peak. Views from the peak extend to the ocean and across the Palm Desert, as well as the San Bernardino and San Gabriel mountains on a clear day. The 11.8-mile Marion Mountain Trail is the shortest route up the mountain, but is also quite strenuous in areas.

Facilities

The campground offers multiple single-family campsites for both tent and RV camping. Each site is equipped with tables and campfire rings with …
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Marion Mountain Campground Road, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Horseback riding, Lookout tower, Mountain biking

Juniper Springs Group Camp, CA

Overview

Juniper Springs Group Campground is a primitive facility located about 10 miles from Big Bear Lake, a scenic, year-round recreation destination. The camp offers a great location from which to explore the mountains of Southern California.

Recreation

Visitors enjoy hiking and mountain biking from a variety of trailheads that can be accessed near the campground. Off-road vehicle use is popular as well. Nearby Cactus Flats contains approximately 68 miles of off-road vehicle trails. A picnic area is also available at Cactus Flats.

Fishing and boating are popular activities at nearby Big Bear Lake. Anglers can look forward to a catch of trout, bluegill, crappie, catfish and largemouth bass, among other species. Because of the very cold water and the …
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2N64Y, Big Bear, CA

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife viewing

Boulder Basin Campground, CA

Overview

The Boulder Basin Campground offers solitude and primitive camping in a scenic mountain landscape. The area provides ample recreational opportunities, including hiking, mountain biking, climbing and more.

Recreation

The campground provides access to a number of trailheads, including the Black Mountain Trail, a 3.6-mile, moderately strenuous hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trail that travels through the forested slopes of Black Mountain.

The trail provides excellent views of the Banning Pass and Mt. San Gorgonio. The trail provides access to the famed Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, which begins at the Mexico border in Southern California and leads to Washington border of Canada.

Facilities

The campground offers multiple single-family campsites, available for tent and RV camping. Each site is …
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Forest Route 4S68A, Banning, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Backpacking, Biking, Horseback riding, Mountain biking

Coon Creek Group Campground, CA

Overview

The Coon Creek Group Campground is located in the pine-covered mountains of Southern California. The unique campground is home to three historic cabins and a stunning view into the Coachella Valley on clear days.

Recreation

The campground is adjacent to a portion of the Pacific Crest Trail, a famous hike that spans more than 2,600 miles from Canada to Mexico. The trail is available for hiking and horseback riding only and offers multiple entry and exit points along its lengthy route, making it ideal for short nature walks or day hikes.

In addition to touring the campground's three historic cabins, the campground also offers access to mountain stream fishing and bird and wildlife viewing. The San Gorgonio Wilderness is …
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1N02, Angelus Oaks, CA

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife viewing

Heart Bar Campground, CA

Overview

The Heart Bar Campground provides access to some of southern California's greatest backcountry hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, as well as a nice play to experience nature. A variety of recreation opportunities are available in the surrounding area as well, leaving little more to be desired from a campsite.

Recreation

A variety of backcountry hiking, biking and horseback riding trails can be found near the campground, including the famed Santa Ana River Trail, which provides miles of scenic mountain views and points of exploration.

The Wildhorse Creek Trail, which explores 5 miles of rolling terrain in the area, is accessed just north of the campground and leads to a remote camping area south of Wildhorse Meadow. It climbs …
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1N02, Angelus Oaks, CA

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking

Indian Cove Campground, CA

Overview

Indian Cove Campground lies amid the huge, steep rock formations for which Joshua Tree National Park is known. Because of its proximity to many rock climbing routes, it is a popular camping location for climbers. Indian Cove is one of four campgrounds in the park that can be reserved during the busy winter season; it is open on a first-come, first-served basis from May 25 to September 3.

Travelers who enjoy warm, dry winters flock to Joshua Tree from October through May, when temperatures hover between 70-90 degrees during the day and drop to a 40-60 degree range at night. Summer is the park's off-season due to the uncomfortably-high desert heat. Indian Cove is at an elevation of 3,200 …

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Indian Cove Road, Twentynine Palms, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Visitor center, Day use area, Interpretive programs

Black Rock Campground, CA

Overview

Black Rock Campground lies among one of the thickest Joshua tree forests in Joshua Tree National Park. Its location on the park's northern perimeter makes it a popular rest stop for hikers, birders, horseback riders and RV campers. Black Rock is one of four campgrounds in the national park that can be reserved during the busy winter season; it is open on a first-come, first-served basis from May 25 through September 3.

Travelers who enjoy warm, dry winters flock to Joshua Tree from October through May, when temperatures hover between 70 to 90 degrees during the day and drop anywhere between 40 to 60 degrees at night. Summer is the park's off-season due to uncomfortably high desert heat. Black …

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Black Rock Campground Road, Yucca Valley, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Wildlife viewing, Interpretive programs

Wild Horse Equestrian Family Campground, CA

Overview

The Wild Horse Equestrian Campground is one of a handful that is equipped for corralling horses in the beautiful pine-forested mountains of Southern California available by reservation and is for equestrian campers only. It is strategically located to provide campers with access to a variety of horseback riding trails, as well as the wide open meadows of the San Gorgonio Wilderness.

Recreation

A variety of backcountry hiking, biking and horseback riding trails can be found near the campground, including the famed Santa Ana River Trail, which provides miles of scenic mountain views and points of exploration.

It is typically a one-hour loop ride that meanders through the area, but another route off the same trail will lead to a …
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Location info

Wildhorse Meadows Road, Big Bear, CA

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing

Corn Springs Campground, CA

The Corn Springs Campground is located deep in a canyon of the Chuckwalla Mountains and has a $6.00 per night camping fee. Situated adjacent to a stand of California fan palms. This oasis supports abundant wildlife and is an important stopping place for migratory birds. Wheelchair accessible. Corn Springs was a major occupation site of prehistoric Native American Indian groups. The petroglyphs at Corn Springs are one of the finest examples of rock art in the Colorado Desert. They display a wide variety of elements and cover a long time span, with the earliest petroglyphs dating as far back as 10,000 years. In addition to being a route for Native American Indians moving east and west, Corn Springs was used …
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Corn Springs Road, CA

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Photography, Wilderness

Marion Mountain Campground, CA

Overview

The Marion Mountain Campground offers a beautiful retreat in the San Bernardino National Forest. It provides access to a number of hiking trails that lead to some of the most spectacular views of Southern California.

Recreation

Visitors enjoy sport climbing on rocks within the campground. Hiking on the nearby Marion Mountain Trail, which leads to San Jacinto Peak, is also available. Views from the peak extend to the ocean and across the Palm Desert, as well as the San Bernardino and San Gabriel mountains on a clear day.

The 11.8-mile Marion Mountain Trail is the shortest route up the mountain, but also quite strenuous in areas. Shorter hikes can be enjoyed on other nearby trails.

Facilities

The campground offers …
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Marion Mountain Trail 2E14, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Biking, Horseback riding, Fire lookouts/cabins overnight

Heart Bar Equestrian Campground, CA

Overview

The Heart Bar Equestrian Campground is available by reservation and is for equestrian campers only. It provides access to some of Southern California's greatest backcountry horseback riding trails and a variety of other recreational opportunities in the surrounding area as well.

Recreation

A variety of horseback riding trails can be found near the campground, including the famed Santa Ana River Trail, which is also popular among hikers and bikers and provides miles of scenic mountain views.

The Wildhorse Creek Trail, which explores 5 miles of rolling terrain in the area, is accessed just north of the campground and leads to a remote camping area south of Wildhorse Meadow, climbing nearly 1,100 feet in elevation.Creek fishing is also available nearby. …
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1N02, Angelus Oaks, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Biking, Horseback riding, Horse camping

Skyline Campground, CA

Overview

The Skyline Group Campground is a great place to enjoy an extended family or large group camping experience. It is close to a variety of wilderness trails and offers abundant fishing opportunities within the surrounding mountain creeks.

Recreation

Backcountry hiking, biking and horseback riding trails can be found near the campground, including the famed Santa Ana River Trail, which provides miles of scenic mountain views and points of exploration. Creek fishing is also available nearby.

The Wildhorse Creek Trail, which explores 5 miles of rolling terrain in the area, can be accessed north of the campground and leads to a remote camping area south of Wildhorse Meadow, climbing 1,100 feet in elevation.

The serene Aspen Grove Trail, which leads …
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1N02, Angelus Oaks, CA

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Biking

Observatory Campground, CA

Overview

Science buffs and families are drawn to Observatory Campground for its proximity to the Palomar Observatory, a world-class center of astronomy research operated by the California Institute of Technology. Just two miles from the observatory, the campground provides visitors with a unique learning experience in the great outdoors. The facility offers a variety of amenities for both tent and RV camping. Hiking, biking and picnicking can be found nearby.

Recreation

An exciting amateur astronomy project, Explore the Stars, occurs at the campground on several weekends each summer. A group of amateur astronomers from all across Southern California shares the beauty and awe of the night sky to more than a hundred non-astronomers at the campground. Visitors can also walk …
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South Grade Road, Palomar Mountain, CA

Amenities

Day use area, Camping, Hiking

Dripping Springs Campground, CA

Overview

Dripping Springs campground is a wonderful campground adjacent to the Agua Tibia Wilderness.

Recreation

Recreation in the area includes hiking, trail running, and backpacking.

Facilities

The campground facilities include restrooms and potable water. No showers or other amenities are available at this location.

Natural Features

The campground is adjacent to sensitive riparian habitat which is home to the endangered Arroyo Toad. The hills surrounding the campground are covered in southern California chaparral which is host to a diverse population of flora and fauna. The mountain tops above the campground are lined with coniferous forest.

Nearby Attractions

The campground is directly adjacent to Agua Tibia Wilderness. This wilderness area includes a 20-mile hiking loop. The campground is also near Temecula, …
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California 79, Temecula, CA

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Visitor center, Hunting

Oak Grove Campground, CA

Overview

Located on the Cleveland National Forest, Oak Grove Campground is nestled in a valley of large oak groves and manzanita.

Recreation

Oak Grove Trail is a short walk of 1.5 miles and is located across Rt. 79, behind the Ranger Station. Oak Grove Trail is the oldest established trail on the Palomar Ranger District. Although a steep trail, it offers great views of the San Jacinto and San Gorgonio Mountains and the Oak Grove Valley as you gain elevation. The trail connects with the Oak Grove Truck Trail offering access to High Point Lookout (an additional 5 miles one way). Be prepared with plenty of drinking water.

Hikers interested in exploring will find nearby Agua Tibia Wilderness worth the …
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California 79, Warner Springs, CA

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Fishing, Day use area

Indian Flats Campground, CA

17 sites. Pacific Crest Trail Access. No Water.  The nearest water can be found at the Warner Springs Gas Station. Indian Flats will be temporarily closed for Arroyo Toad protection during breeding season beginning April 1st through at least May 31st.

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Warner Springs, CA

Amenities

Recreational vehicles, Camping, Hiking, Picnicking

Banning Stagecoach KOA, CA

Banning is an excellent place to start looking. It’s right off I-10 at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains and near Idyllwild, Palm Springs, casinos, national parks, and other attractions. RV sites are spacious and feature gravel site pads, full hookups with either 30 or 50 amps, Wi-Fi, and cable. Some sites have grass, and some have shade. This campground has been recognized with the KOA President’s Award.

When you're RV camping at Banning Stagecoach KOA, the amenities include a swimming pool, a bocce ball court, horseshoe pits, tetherball, a volleyball court, a community fire pit, a book and DVD exchange, and a …

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Palm Springs / Joshua Tree KOA, CA

Palm Springs is deservedly renowned for its world-class facilities, so it should come as no surprise that the Palm Springs/Joshua Tree KOA is every bit as elegant and classy. Your RV camping experience can begin with a swimming pool and hot tubs that get their water from the natural springs that run through the area. Add to that an on-site miniature golf course and dozens of nearby regular golf courses, bicycle rentals, and a billiards and recreation room, and there is something for everyone in your party to do. If health and fitness are requirements, the campground has a commercial kitchen available for food preparation and an on-site gym and fitness room. If reading is how you enjoy your evenings, …

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Bogart Park, CA

Looking for a place to camp in an RV near Riverside, California? Bogart Park could be the perfect launchpad for your outdoorsy vacation. This RV park is located in the northern reaches of Cherry Valley with multiple state parks, national forests, and recreational facilities within an hour’s drive. Here, you can camp under the shadow of San Gorgonio Mountain and amid the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. The campground provides approximately 26 spacious RV campsites for rigs of various sizes. Despite its scenic setting, Bogart Park is easily accessible from Interstate 10 and closely connected to Interstate 215.

Bogart Park is open all year round so you can escape to rural California in any season. Facilities at this campground are …

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Tucalota Springs RV Resort & Campground, CA

If you want to go on vacation in sunny California, few things beat RV camping at Tucalota Springs RV Resort & Campground. At this scenic RV park, you can take in the stunning vistas, walk on trails running through them, and if you want to bring the whole family, that’s okay - you can even bring your dog. Send the kids off to swim in the pool or have fun at the playground while you do some relaxing fishing before challenging the family to a game in the horseshoe pit. The loser gets to prepare the fish.

If you’d want to grill your catch, there’s firewood for sale, and if you weren’t that lucky (blame the pole), you can always …

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