Happy Traveler

★★★☆☆
  • 211 W Mesquite Ave

    Palm Springs, CA 92264

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  • 760-325-8518

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Daily 8am-3pm

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Sports & Recreation
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This is a wonderful RV park! The bathrooms are clean and the pool and spa is open all night! It is well managed and most of the spaces are very large and private with tall hedges in between each space. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION....this is the best RV park for it's close proximity to the Palm Springs strip and all of the entertainment and restaurants. you can walk and be on the strip in 15 minutes or a 2 minute car ride. A+ park

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★★★★★

This is a wonderful RV park! The bathrooms are clean and the pool and spa is open all night! It is well managed and most of the spaces are very large and private with tall hedges in between each space. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION....this is the best RV park for it's close proximity to the Palm Springs strip and all of the entertainment and restaurants. you can walk and be on the strip in 15 minutes or a 2 minute car ride. A+ park

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As we have been travelling for the past 3 months around California, Nevada and Arizona, we fully appreciate that some Rv sites are age restricted, not a problem. But to have driven 5 hours to find we are not allowed to stay with the childtren for one night, after reading their web site and getting very excited that we could walk into palm springs, the four of us felt very deflated, and drive out again, passing many vacant pitches. Thankfully a local Rv site even though they had an age restriction welcomed us as long as the children did not ride their bikes. This seemed only right when the residents grand children were there anyway.
I would not recommend this site if all they are concerned about is finance, where is the compassion!

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★☆☆☆☆

As we have been travelling for the past 3 months around California, Nevada and Arizona, we fully appreciate that some Rv sites are age restricted, not a problem. But to have driven 5 hours to find we are not allowed to stay with the childtren for one night, after reading their web site and getting very excited that we could walk into palm springs, the four of us felt very deflated, and drive out again, passing many vacant pitches. Thankfully a local Rv site even though they had an age restriction welcomed us as long as the children did not ride their bikes. This seemed only right when the residents grand children were there anyway.
I would not recommend this site if all they are concerned about is finance, where is the compassion!

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This RV park is where we go with our fifth wheel trailer when we visit Palm Springs. It is not a huge park, or very new, but it is very nice. The restrooms are very clean and the pool area is quite nice. The people that work there are really helpful. I like that it is about a block from the foot of a mountain with a really nice hiking trail. You can hike up and have a beautiful view of the town.
It is very close to the main part of town, so if you want to shop or eat out it is very convenient. It's definitely an RV park, rather than a campground. It's all blacktop or concrete, so you don't feel like your camping out with nature. But, again, the hiking is just up the street. They don't allow tent camping, but if you have a trailer or motor home I would recommend this place.

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This RV park is where we go with our fifth wheel trailer when we visit Palm Springs. It is not a huge park, or very new, but it is very nice. The restrooms are very clean and the pool area is quite nice. The people that work there are really helpful. I like that it is about a block from the foot of a mountain with a really nice hiking trail. You can hike up and have a beautiful view of the town.
It is very close to the main part of town, so if you want to shop or eat out it is very convenient. It's definitely an RV park, rather than a campground. It's all blacktop or concrete, so you don't feel like your camping out with nature. But, again, the hiking is just up the street. They don't allow tent camping, but if you have a trailer or motor home I would recommend this place.

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