Desert Willow RV Resort

10 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

Campground Rates

Reported Rates

Daily $37.00 - $37.00

Reviews (avg. rating 3.2)

| Great park in great location

By user-5158494... on 2017-10-23.

active duty military, lived here for a month. Everyone is very polite and the place is quiet. Safe and no secure. No complaints!

| Extended Stay

By user-5880679... on 2017-10-23.

Stayed here for 4 weeks waiting on my house, nice place, close to shopping, road noise not that bad, read some complaints about cable boxes, that's not the sites fault it's the cable company, didn't need one when I was there but was told it was coming.

| Where the wind blows you . . .

By user-5322224... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-02-26 to 2015-03-03

DWRV is a large facility provided primarily for extended stay guests. Around 25 of the 150+ sites are designated pull-thru's for overnight & weekly guests. Many of these are the dreaded side-by-side configuration, but the sites so long, that the design's deficiencies are minimized. The park was founded in 1988. As such, the sites, narrow gravel pads with a very nice concrete patio, reflect the days before slides. Were we staying but a single night in the pull-thru's, I would not open the slides. The wonderful ladies in the office have been very accommodating in working with us to find sites that will accommodate the coaches of today for our multi-day visits. This quiet park has a superb location just off I-15 very close to where 395 intersects it. It is a great place to wait out weather conditions, especially the wind, that RV'ers best avoid traveling either down Cajon Pass or in the local deserts.


Cable TV


Fifty Amp

Pull-thru Sites


Shade Trees

Swimming Pool


Wi Fi