Joshua Tree National Park Jumbo Rocks Campground
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Overview

Location
Address: 74485 National Park Drive, Twentynine Palms, California 92277
GPS: 33.99205, -116.0626
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Local Directions: The closest entrance to Jumbo Rocks is the north entrance. From the city of Twenty Nine Palms proceed east on Highway 62 ( 29 Palms Highway). Turn right on Utah Trail and proceed to the park entrance. Utah Trail turns into National Park blvd. Proceed approximately 10 miles to the campground on the left.

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

Open
All year

  Sites
124 RV Sites, 124 Tent Sites, 124 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $15.00

Facilities & Services
No Showers, No Water, Vault Toilets

Recreation
Hiking

Policies
All Ages, Pets Welcome

Restrictions
Max RV Length 25 ft
 
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Sites
Total Sites124
RV Sites124
   
Tent Sites124
Max RV Length25 ft
   
  
  
No Hookup (124)
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  Hours Description Fees
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Amphitheater  
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Rock Climbing  
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A nice, quiet getaway
Smores
Silver
January 24, 2013
Jumbo Rocks is a very beautiful campground. It's rustic and quiet and not so crowded as the other campgrounds in Joshua Tree NP. Be warned, though: this is a total dry camping experience, as there are no hookups, no water and no dump stations. The only amenities in the area are outhouse toilets, but they are very clean. In addition, the sites are a bit on the small side, so large RVs may find it difficult to maneuver here.

We stayed here in a Class C Motorhome.
 
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4 star rating
Spectacular desert views
Peter Indy
Silver
November 18, 2011
Although there are sites that seem big enough for large RVs, I'd say this campground is more for tenters and small RVs. That being said, it's beautiful here. The desert views are just so magical. Each site is surrounded by boulders and this gives a sense of privacy. You can't see or hear your neighbors and your vehicle blocks access to your site. Take care of your pullouts or awnings, though. The sites are close by the road so they can get hit by passing traffic. No hookups, no water or dump station and you can turn your generator on for three two-hour periods each day. The place is very clean but I wish my neighbors picked after themselves. Still, this is an awesome campground and we'll definitely stay here again.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
 
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