The gate issue is still an issue, but not horrible. The CG itself was quiet, well-maintained, and seemed to have several sites availble even though reservations are accepted (most are the new, asphalt sites). Level pads; even the gravel drives are good, and I saw only two sites that still had water-issues, but they weren't terrible. The laundry is clean and prices reasonable, and the showers are adequate. The comissary has an okay selection of organics. THERE IS NOTHING FOR KIDS; no playground, no youth center, not even a vacant lot nearby. But, it made a nice home base to see Joshua Tree Ntl. Park, and go to Six Flags Magic Mtn!
March has recently added 10 additional full hookup (20/30/50a - W/S) sites in part of the old parking lot. Sites backup to a grassy area and are all hard asphault. Sites are wide enough for motorhome/trailer plus toad. Access to March is good and hasn't changed, although they are working on it. The snowbirds will appreciate the availability of the extra sites this winter.
The only negative we experienced was the low spots in the campground road when the rains came. Just like having lakefront property. I believe that situation is being addressed. They apparently have the money but not the manpower. Otherwise it is a super Famcamp. Management is fair and impartial and firm when they have to be. Sites are 10 paved back-ins and 10 gravel pull-thrus with 30/50 A full hookups, with a dump station for dry campers. Never had to dry camp more than 3 days.
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