All paved , BBQ and fire rings , bring your own firewood and water ,small spots mostly for tents, some pull-throughs for campers under 25' by regulation, you probably couldn't get anything bigger anyway , vault toilets , recycling, trash service, NO water,elec,sewer,or any hookups, spots are closer than other campsites in the area but, some are blocked from each other by rocks. Great rock formations and hiking , super quiet on the weekdays and a lot of tourists on weekends, most people are nice and the majority of tourists are Germans and love Americans for some reason. It was fun.
If you are staying in a tent Spots #4 and #11 are epic for tents
Nice between the jumbo rocks integrated sites, each with fire pit and picknick table. Not so comfortable for larger RVs. November comfort except restrooms.
Great campground for tents or dry camping. Pit toilets only and no water so fill up before you come in. Great for smaller rigs (under 25') but spots for bigger ones along main road. Table and fire pits. Bring your own wood - not sold in park. No cell service which is nice. Lots of hiking, rock climbing and photo ops. Definitely stay again. If you have a Sr. Park Pass - it's 50% off nite rate!
We got our 37' bus in there. It really wasn't too bad either. Very worth it.
Great campsite with lots of pitches, spectacular scenery inside the joshua tree park. It really deserves a lot.
Toller Campground, landschaftlich sehr reizvoll. Große Einschränkung: kein fließendes Wasser und nur Plumpsklos.
We spent two nights in that beautiful landscape. The camp sides are surrounded by rocks, everyone is a little outstanding in some way. Also they are not too close to each other, so there still is privacy. Perfect place for dry camping