Joshua Tree National Park Indian Cove Campground
3.5 rating
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Location
Address: 7299 Indian Cove Road, Twentynine Palms, California 92277
GPS: 34.092594, -116.15692
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Local Directions: Take Interstate 10 to State Highway 62. Turn south on Indian Cove Road. Follow the road into the campground. If coming from the east, follow Highway 62 approximately seven miles west of the city of Twentynine Palms and turn south onto Indian Cove Road.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-760-367-5500
Website: http://www.nps.gov/jotr/planyo...

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All year
  Sites
28 RV Sites, 101 Tent Sites, 13 Group Sites, 101 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $15.00 - $40.00

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Vault Toilets

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Hiking

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Pets Welcome

Restrictions
Max RV Length 25 ft
 
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Sites
Total Sites101
RV Sites28
   
Tent Sites101
Group Sites13
   
Max RV Length25 ft
  
No Hookup (101)
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3.5 star rating
(3.5)
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4 star rating
Magical place
EmeraldPines
Newbie
May 19, 2014
Camping right against the rocks, beautiful to explore and climb. Nothing better than going to sleep under the desert sky and waking up to an incredible sunrise

We stayed here in a Tent.
 
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3 star rating
Nice location but not big-rig friendly
Ray Sp
Bronze
May 4, 2012
Indian Cove is a good spot to go camping inside Joshua Tree, but not if you have a big rig. The roads inside the campground were too narrow to navigate with a large motorhome and the site we got was too narrow as well. No hookups or showers, just pit toilets. They don't have water or a dumpsite either. The use of generators was limited to only a few hours and at certain times in a day. If you're camping in a tent or a small trailer, this place is perfect. But if you have a big rig, I think Jumbo Rocks Campground is a better option.

We stayed here in a Class B Motorhome.
 
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