Pretty swanky. I don't think I would join but it's worth staying over on your way through. Pretty impressive RV show. Only class A's over a certain length allowed, maybe 35 feet. Most are three axle big rigs.
This is the Ritz Carlton of the Motorhome world. Very few lots were occupied during our stay because it was the off season. That meant we had the pool to ourselves and hardly anyone around. Also, the restaurant was closed but that was fine with us.
The Motorcoach Country Club is mainly a high-end RV resort that ONLY allows Class A motorhomes (over 32' and must be relatively newer). Most of the sites are privately owned and developed, but they have a rental pool of lots available. Rental prices are $120/day on season (less after May and before October). The premium sites on the water can be more expensive. WIFI is not included in the rental fee. (Only downside I can say about this lovely facility). Very friendly staff. The facilities are immaculate and beautiful...with a 9 hole executive (par 3) golf course winding around and through a lake with electric boats that goes throughout the center of the resort. There are 3 swimming pools & spas, tennis & pickle ball courts, putting green, great fitness center (that guests can use at certain times of the day that are not reserved for the owners). The main clubhouse has a fine dining restaurant and bar that would rival any country club in the desert. All spaces are either pull-in or back-in. Most of the coaches are 40' and over. Easy access just east of 48th and Jefferson, about 4 miles from I-10. Close to Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indian Wells...lots of restaurants, shopping, golf courses and more. We have stayed here several times and always look forward to it.
Very gorgeous. Some folks too uptight. Golf course is very fun. Very noisy. Vendors there cleaning and servicing RVs all day.