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GaryS1953

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Hi - we are currently in Lake Havasu AZ, but headed to Joshua Tree tomorrow without reservations. Can anyone recommend a campground with or without hookups? I understand Joshua Tree is huge with many Campgrounds, and we would like to get to the nearest one we can get into. We only have a cud’s us and don’t need to see the whole thing. Thanks!


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GaryS1953 wrote:

Hi - we are currently in Lake Havasu AZ, but headed to Joshua Tree tomorrow without reservations. Can anyone recommend a campground with or without hookups? I understand Joshua Tree is huge with many Campgrounds, and we would like to get to the nearest one we can get into. We only have a cud’s us and don’t need to see the whole thing. Thanks!


Look in the Good Sam Parks Directory or the Application in the internet..

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We stayed at TwentyNine Palms Resort and would stay again


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There is no hook ups in any campground in JTNP so bring everything with you. It is the busy season so spots will be at a premium. The south entrance has free BLM camping right outside the park although the north side is the nicest. Jumbo Rocks on the north side is the nicest and being the week days you might find a spot. More flowers on the south side now as it's warmer and lower in elevation. Where ever you camp you can drive thru the whole park and it's nice to drive and stop at points of intrest.


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O/P ???? "... We only have a cud’s us and don’t need to see the whole thing. Thanks!"....". What did you just say ???





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maddog348 wrote:

O/P ???? "... We only have a cud’s us and don’t need to see the whole thing. Thanks!"....". What did you just say ???
Ha- **** autocorrect! Don’t even remember what I was trying to say, except we don’t need to see the whole park, just get an overview. We only have a couple of days to spend there. Thanks for pointing out the fubar.

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rr2254545 wrote:

We stayed at TwentyNine Palms Resort and would stay again
thank you for your help.

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tuna fisher wrote:

There is no hook ups in any campground in JTNP so bring everything with you. It is the busy season so spots will be at a premium. The south entrance has free BLM camping right outside the park although the north side is the nicest. Jumbo Rocks on the north side is the nicest and being the week days you might find a spot. More flowers on the south side now as it's warmer and lower in elevation. Where ever you camp you can drive thru the whole park and it's nice to drive and stop at points of intrest.
Thats great info! Thanks for your help!

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Thanks Gary ~~ Thought maybe you were traveling with a cow or a camel ~~ wanted to know how it was working out. A new 'couple of days 'contraction'
Does make life interesting.

TakeCare ~~ TravelSafe ~~ HaveFun

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maddog348 wrote:

Thanks Gary ~~ Thought maybe you were traveling with a cow or a camel ~~ wanted to know how it was working out. A new 'couple of days 'contraction'
Does make life interesting.

TakeCare ~~ TravelSafe ~~ HaveFun
Ha Ha! Thanks !

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