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Throughout our travels, we’ve found that National Parks offer some of the best campgrounds. Our most recent camping adventure brought us to Jumbo Rocks Campground Joshua Tree National Park. The only amenity at Jumbo Rocks Campground are pit toilets, but the beautiful setting more than makes up for the lack of amenities. We took a break from glamping in the motorhome to tent camp at Jumbo Rocks Campground with Leo the White Husky. With over 100 sites to choose from, there are sites for tent campers and RVers. It was exciting to see all the Class B RVs at this campground and we can’t wait to downsize to camper van life.
Jumbo Rocks Campground Joshua Tree
$15/night no hookups
Pull thru and back-in sites
No AT&T cell service – we were able to get AT&T coverage at Keys View
Tent Camping at Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park does not allow dogs on any of the park trails. However, dogs are allowed on backroads and at the campgrounds. We did get to take our dog on the 18 mile Geological road tour for four wheel drive vehicles.