Our campground is on our desert homestead 6 miles north of the Indian Cove entrance to Joshua Tree National Park. All campsites include expansive space, a fire pit, amazing views of Joshua Tree National Park, spectacular night skies, short drives to northern Park entrances, proximity to BLM land, access to a community latrine, and access to a cold water bath tub with privacy walls. It’s a 10 minute drive from your site to Indian Cove and 15-20 minutes to the North and West entrances of the Park.
We offer our open land for use as a tourist camp.
This listing is for the camp site only, we offer full gear rental in a different listing:
We have 11 spread out campsites. Each site includes a place to put 1-3 tents, or an RV, a fire pit, picnic table, water and latrine access. $25 Per Night – 4 People Per Site, You may have up to 5 people in your site however you must pay an additional $10 per night. No more than 5 people can camp in one site, if you have a larger party 2 campsites will be necessary.
We offer hose water and a common area bath tub with privacy walls. Cool off after a long hike or enjoy the night stars in cool water!
Accès des voyageurs
Optional On Site Upgrades -
Organic Eggs from our Homestead Hens - .50 cents each (hard boiled or raw for cooking at your campsite)
Firewood – $8.00 per bundle (Includes lighter fluid)
Washer and Dryer - $5 per load - Fluff and Fold!
Dog Sitting – Starting at $25 per day
Propane – $5.00 per canister
Various Drygoods – Batteries, Kitchen Goods, Rain Gear, and so forth
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will check you in when you arrive and give you a short tour. Then you are on your own!
We are available by phone or txt anytime during your stay!
Weather in the desert can be a real hazard. When it is hot please expect to need 2 gallons of water per person per day minimum if you plan on moving at all, it is recommended to consume a gallon per day per person if you are sedentary in that kind of heat. Daytime temps in the summer climb over the 110 degree mark. In the winter it can be quite cold at night, sometimes freezing for a week at a time. Winter storms and Summer monsoons are also something to consider when planning to travel to the high desert. Flash flooding can get you stranded and the wet desert floor can be difficult to camp on. The National Weather Service is our weather resource, you may use this to gauge your camping weather.
Please treat our homestead and land with the same respect you would for your own. - No grey water or trash in firepits - No littering - Please follow the Leave No Trace Principle - Please drive on established roads and parking areas only.