Campground Review: Thousand Trails RV Park, Palm Springs

“Large Thousand Trails RV Park!”

Palms Springs Thousand Trails

We visited Palm Springs Thousand Trails RV Park the first week of May and it was quite empty. The park closes May 15th for the season so most people had already left the park. There were a few campers that came and went while we were there but all were very quiet and respectful. This was our first visit and it was very quiet but we were in the back of the park as far away from the train as possible. I can only imagine how congested this park might get in the heart of the winter here.

Thousand Trails Palm Springs

The staff here was very nice and seemed to be working hard to keep up with the landscaping and maintenance. While in pretty good shape you could definitely tell this park gets tons of wear and tear. This was a perfect launch point for Joshua Tree National Park and the surrounding foothills area. We had a great visit and will definitely return next time we’re in the Palm Springs area.

Thousand Trails Palm Springs

Thousand Trails Palm Springs

Nightly Cost: FREE (We are members of the Thousand Trails) Affiliate Link
Days Stayed: 8
Hookups: Back in sites with 50AMP electrical can be tight while the pull-through sites are roomier with 30AMP service.
Pets: Allowed (Small Dog Park)

WIFI: We had very good cell coverage. Our weBoost cell booster was on standby just in case the signal strength wasn’t strong enough but was not needed.

This is our review/opinions of our stay at the Palm Springs Thousand Trails RV Park.

Thousand Trails –  Palm Springs RV Resort  – GPS: 33.7634, -116.3101

 

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