TwentyNine Palms Resort

Address: 4949 Desert Knoll Avenue, Twentynine Palms, California Desert, California, 92277, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 4949 Desert Knoll Avenue, Twentynine Palms, is near Oasis Visitor Center, Theatre 29, and Smith's Ranch Drive-In.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTwentyNine Palms Resort

      Reviewed by 41days

      Friendly and clean

      Reviewed Dec 7, 2012
      by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

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      TripAdvisor Reviews TwentyNine Palms Resort

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Twentynine Palms

      Barstow to Las Vegas

      A travel blog entry by -caesar- on Apr 21, 2014

      3 photos

      We started the day off with a ride to a fellow rider's memorial site about 20 miles south of Barstow on Hwy 247 - Greg Hagel lost his life while riding the Three Flags Rally in 2008. Rest in peace friend.

      Mountain Tops and Rocky Lows

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Nov 28, 2013

      66 photos

      ... loop went through the Jumbo Rocks campground, and I met a guy who was filming people and asking why they were in Joshua Tree for Thanksgiving. So I stopped to talk. I'd never been filmed like that before, but it didn't feel weird, just felt like a normal conversation. And I told him how all my family is in Ohio and I usually spend Turkey Day with friends, but this year I figured why not just travel? Plus, I've been so busy at work this year that I couldn't really ...

      Shock and Awe

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Nov 27, 2013

      43 photos

      ... Coachella Valley to the west. I could see the San Andreas fault, Palm Springs, and the Salton Sea (a big shallow lake at the southern end of the valley, and 226 feet below sea level). Unfortunately it was getting late in the day, which meant the good view was looking directly into the sun and not very good. I made a note to try and come back here in the morning.

      • Lost Horse Valley: on the drive back from Keys View, there was a pulloff with a great view ...

      Into the wild

      A travel blog entry by videoray.ag on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... all rusting away in the desert.

      Around this time swarms of mosquitoes had decided that we were the only warm blooded creatures for miles around and started feasting upon us with gusto. We high tailed it out of there, but not before rescuing a pair of lost souls from orange county who had been wondering around in circles....

      Tomorrow we will arrive in San ...

      Joshing in J Tree

      A travel blog entry by danandsarah84 on May 22, 2013

      30 photos

      ... Hidden Valley Campground is within the park boundaries itself and therefore run by the National Parks Service. Naturally it doesn't have any water or electricity supply, so the restrooms there are little more than a bog over a long drop. I guess it's nice to feel the breeze whilst you're doing your thing...

      Our lasting memory of J Tree is the weird and wonderful beauty within the landscape. It really is a spiritual experience that cannot be ...

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