RVs & Camping
Stay and Dine in 29! Twentynine Palms offers accommodations to visitors from around the world visiting Joshua Tree National Park and the surrounding communities. Desert hospitality is offered at historic inns and cottages, modern hotels, desert motels, RV facilities, camping and vacation home rentals. Whether you are here for a weekend getaway, for business, for a reunion or conference, to visit friends and relatives, to explore Joshua Tree National Park or access the Marine base, we invite you to relax and enjoy our authentic desert hospitality.
TwentyNine Palms RV Resort
Located just two miles from the Joshua Tree Park entrance and the 29 Palms Marine base, this is an ideal destination for RVers and visitors who want to enjoy the California desert, hiking and rock climbing. Voted one of the best snowbird parks this is a winter haven offering a variety of activities including golf, exercise classes, fun social hours, special outings, wonderful dinners, and dancing. It is also a fun getaway for families visiting Marines and others in the area! Traveling health workers and base contractors are favorite guests as are locals from Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego counties and the Inland Empire. This is a full hook-up resort and campground with 160+ RV sites and 26 fully furnished one and two-bedroom rental cottages, available by the day, week, or month. RV sites accommodate all sizes of rigs with accommodations for both pull-through and back-in. The resort has a store, large swimming pool, sauna, spa, laundry, showers, WiFi, BBQs, tennis court, horseshoes, and spacious clubhouse with a full kitchen, game room, and guest library. Next door is Roadrunner Dunes, a nine-hole executive golf course. Learn more at www.twentyninepalmsresort.com
Camping in Joshua Tree National Park
More than 500 campsites are available in the park. Some require reservations, some are first-come, first-served. There are 3 group sites for 10-60 people. Reservations can be made in advance. Campgrounds usually fill on weekends October through May. From mid-February to mid-May (and during holidays) campgrounds usually fill throughout the week. To improve your chances of getting a campsite and avoid disappointment, visit during the off-season (June through September), reserve a site, and/or have alternate overnight plans ready. Learn more about camping opportunities within the park by visiting www.nps/gov.jotr or head on over directly to www.recreation.gov to check availability and book online.