Joshua Tree National Park Camping

Belle

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3,800' elevation; 18 sites; $10 camping fee; no water

Black Rock

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4,000' elevation; 100 sites; $15 camping fee; water and flush toilets; horse camp

Cottonwood

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3,000' elevation; 62 sites, $15 camping fee; 3 group sites, $30 camping fee; water and flush toilets

Hidden Valley

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4,200' elevation; 45 sites; $10 camping fee; no water; no motorhome or vehicle plus trailer longer than 25 feet.

Indian Cove

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3,200' elevation; 101 sites, $15 camping fee; 13 group sites, $25/$40 camping fee; water at ranger station

Jumbo Rocks

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4,400' elevation; 124 sites; $10 camping fee; no water

Ryan

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4,300' elevation; 31 sites; $10 camping fee; no water; horse camp

Sheep Pass

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4,500' elevation; 6 group sites; $25/$40 camping fee; no water

White Tank

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3,800' elevation; 15 sites; $10 camping fee; no water; no motorhome or vehicle plus trailer longer than 25 feet.

$109.95
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