I have been to Twentynine Palms twice and am here now, and I don't see that it needs cleaned up at all. There are a lot of Marines who live here and work on base and some of the trailers are pretty old, but after a month or so, they are all covered in the same tan dust and look pretty much alike. A week after I moved in I was told to remove a rope because it was an eye-sore. It was left by the last folks, but I removed it. Not going to argue. They are building a new gas station, so the directions above are a little outdated. After passing main gate, turn right at first traffic light, head south until you see the Home Store on the right. Park in that lot and walk across the street to the Housing office. I would call for reservations, they are almost always full. Oh and don't go off and leave your awning out, I've seen two rigs who thought they had them tied down the wind whipped them right off. It comes up suddenly!
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