Fairground entrance is Gate 4, 46290 Arabia, Indio, CA. Call ahead to check if any activities going on at fairground. No amenities or activities, but concrete pull through spaces, lots of room, and full hookups for $20 per night. Whether you are just passing through or want to spend a day or two seeing Palm Springs and area, you can't beat this for location and price. We would stay here again.
We stay here everytime we come to the area to visit our granddaughter. Noise from the skeet range is no worse than the military helicopters or the firing ranges. Cell phone and Air Card Internet connections have improved since we were here six months ago.
Near the Interstate, and good pull throughs. NO SEWER (I missed the note when I first looked at the reviews). Call for reservation, and they will give you your site number to pull into so you don't have to go through the camp site to get turned around back to the entrance. I would stay here again.
GPS will get you to driveway to the site. Most sites are occupied by permanent trailers, but they do have 4-6 pull throughs. Roads are a little tight, but we made it without problems in a motorhome with toad. We would stay here again.
Our site wasn't level (rear wheels off the ground to level the coach). The trees on either side of our site were only 11 feet off the ground. When I complained to the manager, he said to file a claim with our insurance company. $60 rate includes a mandatory $5 Resort fee for all of the activities, including pool which was closed. We will never come back to this park.
We thought this campground was fabulous. The staff was friendly and helpful. We were told to take the first dirt road with the one-way sign. Apparently the staff had heard about people who couldn't read maps. Actually, I looked several times and the maps are correct. We will be back.
Very pretty campground. Narrow roads. Connections for our site were at the very back of the site, so we needed 30' of sewer hose. However, when I reported to the camp manager that the 50 amp power connection was putting out 128 volts on one leg and 133 volts on the other, which had my surge protector turning off the power, they just shook their head. Said it was the power company problem. Nothing they could do about it, and why did I worry about 133 volts anyway. That shouldn't hurt anything. When I told them that my surge protector also showed an open ground on their 30 amp connection, they just dismissed it as not relevant. Will not stay here again.
This campground is fantastic for an overnight stop between central Texas and El Paso. That is all it is, an overnight stop. The $10 rate is paid in cash, based on Passport America membership. DO NOT make a reservation on line. The $18 charged to my credit card by Reservation Friends disappeared, and the phone number for that company has a voice mail that all customer service people are busy with other customers.
There are four concrete pads at the entrance to the site, but access to those pads is nearly impossible. The receptionist told us we could take our 42' motorhome around the paths of the campsite to come back into the site we were assigned. She didn't tell us that the paths were passable to smaller rigs, but not designed for big rigs. Swimming pool was green. Owner was pleasant, when he was at the campground. Will not go back again, under any circumstances.