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RV rentals in Riverside County need a place to park, and the Banning Stagecoach KOA in 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 game room and lounge. The campground also offers clubhouses with kitchens, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and propane for sale. Pets are welcome, and there is a Kamp K9 dog park.
You’ll have an easy drive to the Mount San Jacinto State Park when you are camping at Banning Stagecoach KOA. Mount San Jacinto itself is the second-highest peak in Southern California at 10,834 feet. It can be accessed by the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, which goes from Valley Station to Mountain Station. Mountain Station features a snack bar, a restaurant, a gift shop, and the state park visitor center. Other activities at this state park include hiking, biking, horseback riding, historical and cultural exhibits, picnic areas, environmental education, guided tours, interpretive programming, Vista Point, nature and wildlife viewing, museums, family programs, and geocaching. Restrooms, showers, and drinking water are also available.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens has been recognized as one of the country’s ten best zoos by Conde Nast Traveler, and you can explore it when you are camping with an RV in the area. Animals here include the African wild dog, the Amur leopard, the caracal, the dromedary camel, the island fox, the meerkat, the Nigerian dwarf goat, the striped hyena, and the warthog. Educational programming and special events for all ages take place throughout the year. Guided and self-guided tours, hiking trails, animal encounters, and a petting zoo are available, and there is a discovery center with interactive exhibits.
You also have easy access to Joshua Tree National Park when you are camping at Banning Stagecoach KOA. The park is named after the iconic Joshua trees, native to the Mojave Desert. It covers over 790,000 acres and includes parts of two deserts and a mountain range. The park’s nature trails include Hidden Valley, Indian Cove, Cholla Cactus Garden, Boy Scout Hiking and Equestrian Trail, Contact Mine, Fortynine Palms Oasis, Lost Horse Mine, Lost Palms Oasis, Ryan Mountain, and Warren Peak. Other outdoor recreational activities include climbing, astronomy, and bird and wildlife watching. Native species include the greater roadrunner, cactus wren, northern mockingbird, LeConte’s thrasher, verdin, and Gambel’s quail. There are also lizards, ground squirrels, snakes, bighorn sheep, kangaroo rats, coyotes, lynx, and black-tailed jackrabbits. The Joshua Tree National Park Association operates bookstores at the Black Rock Nature Center, the Cottonwood Visitor Center, the Joshua Tree Visitor Center, and the Oasis Visitor Center. Water is available at the Oasis Visitor Center in Twentynine Palms, West Entrance Station, Black Rock Campground, Cottonwood Campground, and the Indian Cove Ranger Station.
The Cabazon Outlets are convenient to the Banning Stagecoach KOA RV park and are a lovely, luxurious way to practice some retail therapy. Just a 10-minute drive from the KOA, at the Cabazon Outlets, visitors will find a number of specialty retailers in an open-air center featuring a copper-clad Florentine dome. Coffee and pretzel eateries will satisfy your snacking needs, and vending machines and restrooms are also available. The outlets occasionally host special events or community events.
You’ll also be able to visit the tourist mecca and resort destination of Palm Springs in the Coachella Valley while you’re RV camping at Banning Stagecoach KOA. The city is known for its outdoor recreation, modern architecture, arts and culture, shopping, dining, casinos, and spa life. There are popular festivals and events held throughout the year, including Palm Springs International Film Festival, Modernism Week, Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals, and a restaurant week, so there will always be something to keep you busy. Make sure to check out the Palm Springs Visitors Center, the Welwood Murray Memorial Library & Visitor Center, the Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce for updated information on area attractions, events, businesses, and visitor guides before your visit here.