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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was by far the worst experience we've ever had in our 30+ years of camping. We called the campground prior to making our reservation to be sure that our motor home would fit in the site and were told it would be no problem....More

1  Thank Louis B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

first time there, the campsite is clean quiet and very close to the park, they need to do a little maintenance on the roadways if they want more rv travlers lots of potholes and big dips are not good when moving a trailer.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Excellent campground, if a bit rustic. Dirt roads, simple bathrooms (they do have flush toilets and potable water!), no hookups. There weren't too many people the first week of February,, which I found surprising. Lots of trails to walk and gorgeous scenery to check out....More

Thank abarber
Reviewed 15 January 2018 via mobile

Campground was nice. Spots were decent sizes. They all had a nice concrete table and fire pit. Bathrooms could have been cleaned and stocked better with buttwipe. Main issue is the late night millennial hipsters that think they can party until 2am. Music blasting and...More

Thank Snavarro5
Reviewed 22 December 2017

Black Rock campground is a great choice for a few days stay in Joshua Tree National Park. It in on the Northwest corner of the NP. I did tent camping and it was a great time. Remember this time of year it gets cold, very...More

1  Thank lovetotravel92630
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11 April 2017|
Response from Angelina007 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, each site has its own fire pit. They do have grates, although they aren't the cleanest.
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"Look on the boundaries of the campground for your own piece of heaven (site). Don't drive up the middle..."
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"Take a look at the loops = plenty of options...I chose #49...liked the spot - excellent for sunrise!"
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"Download the campsite map and identify where you want to camp"
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"Spaces numbered in the 20s."
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