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Hidden Valley Campground

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 4 July 2016

We went to the most campgrounds in the area of Joshua Tree National Park and we found Hidden Valley, the shadiest of all. This is important for us because we are not into climbing, as most of the campers there. We spent time hiking and visiting some Mohave pictographs about 1 hour walking from the campground. The area is surrounding...

5Thank Cynthia S
Reviewed 9 November 2015 via mobile

This place is superb. The views, the campsites, the crazy desert dudes hanging about the place. There is no water, electricity, flushing loos etc and it's all the better for it. If you are a climber then this has got to be one of the best places to stay on the planet.

4Thank Chris S
San Diego, California
Reviewed 6 January 2015

We camped here with a group of 4 people and the site had plenty of room to accommodate us comfortably. The campsite came with a picnic table, fire pit, and a separate grill. The beauty of the massive boulders surrounding all the sites was awesome! We did not have to go more than 10 feet to get some great climbing...

6Thank Ryan F
Norman, Oklahoma
Reviewed 23 July 2014

I grew up out here (In yucca valley) we always went to hidden valley to camp in high school I now take my family and friends from work there and they always love it . It is truly a beautiful place I really miss it just wish it wasn't in California!

4Thank Swank23
Los Angeles
Reviewed 4 July 2013

Awesome place. It's very quite too. Try to make it on a full moon night. But probably not a good idea to visit it in summer. The campground is surprisingly clean. Bring along lot of water for washing and drinking since it get really dry.

7Thank atanuach04
Cologne, Germany
Reviewed 18 October 2012

Campground in a beautiful setting with famous rocks and climbing areas nearby! Basic (bring along enough water for washing/ cooking), but quiet, peaceful, close to nature, no artificial lights and amazing scenery at night - never seen so many stars before! Go there!

6Thank kloea1
Reviewed 16 September 2012

Stayed with my wife for two nights last week and was in awe the entire time! Campsite (#34) was amazing...excellent view, flat area for tent and rock overhang for shade. The trails (we did Lost Horse Mine and Barker's Dam) were incredible, offering scenery like we'd never experienced before (we're from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), wildlife and a great workout -...

13Thank Mozeleo
Cathedral City, California
Reviewed 4 March 2012

I believe the park is 500,000 acres overall so there should never be a dull or boring moment. Lots of places to hike, bike and stroll too! Enjoy the peace and quiet and the scenery. One of my favorite places to stop at least 4X a year!

3Thank inclineguy
Atlanta, Georgia
Reviewed 31 January 2012

We stayed here for 3 nights in late September, which is to say, just as the weather transitioned from absurdly hot into climbing-friendly. This meant the best sites were all taken by mid-afternoon and the campground was completely full. Basically, given the proximity to LA, if the weather is nice you need to get here early. There seemed to be...

6Thank Michael K
San Jose, California
Reviewed 16 November 2007

We just camped there last weekend, and it was amazing. Our campsite was facing the Jushua tree forest in the open valley, when we woke up in the monring and opened the tent, we were speechless with such an amazing view in front of us. The campground was very quiet, and there was plenty of space to each camp site...

4Thank norcal_wanderer

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Address: Joshua Tree National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, CA 92277
Region: United States > California > Joshua Tree National Park
Number of rooms: 39
Also Known As:
Hidden Valley Campground Hotel Joshua Tree National Park
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