The rugged yet refined resort town of Palm Springs is a year-round haven for campers seeking outdoor adventures, sunshine, and world-class spas and shops. This south-central California city is located 100 miles east of Los Angeles in the desert terrain of Coachella Valley, and it's the perfect spot for a quick weekend getaway.
Palm Springs is brimming with culture, top-notch attractions, and high-end resorts. The city appeals to visitors of all ages with its diverse dining scene, unique shopping venues, and stunning scenery. Palm Springs has a unique aesthetic. Its extensive camping and lodging options make it a top spot for festivals, including the renowned Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which both take place during the late spring.
Thanks to its hot desert climate, Palm Springs sees an annual average of 300 days of sunshine and minimal precipitation. Most months of the year, the weather conditions in Palm Springs are ideal for camping and walking tours of the city. However, since summertime temps regularly spike well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the best time to book your RV rental in Palm Springs is during the cooler months of the year, from October to the first part of May.
Once you pick up your camper rental in Palm Springs, it’s time to find a place to park it. And in this RV-friendly region, you’ll have lots of options.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly RV park near Palm Springs, consider securing a site at the Catalina Spa RV Resort in Desert Hot Springs. Located near the Coachella Valley Preserve, just a short drive northeast of Palm Springs, this resort-style spot is convenient, scenic, and packed with amenities. RV campsites here come with full hookups and access to Wi-Fi and cable TV. Children will love the mini-golf course and Kids Zone play area, and all campers will enjoy the natural mineral swimming pools, hot tubs, and water aerobics classes.
Prefer to get off the beaten path a bit? Settle into one of the campsites at Mount San Jacinto State Park. The park’s Idyllwild Campground can accommodate rigs up to 24 feet in length, and campsites are available with full hookups or electricity only...
When renting an RV near Palm Springs, you’ll want to set aside some time to explore the city and its fantastic natural surroundings.
First, hit the vast desert highways for a tour of Palm Springs’ best natural attractions. Head east toward Joshua Tree National Park. This national park features stark, dusty desertland, Martian-esque rock formations, and of course, Joshua trees. Plan your visit around the golden hours during sunrise and sunset to fully appreciate Joshua Tree National Park’s unique landscape.
Closer to the city, you can access nature in smaller doses with stops by the family-friendly Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in Palm Desert, complete with animal exhibits, nature trails, and an interactive discovery center. Just east of Palm Springs, you can explore the palm forests, desert dunes, and wetland habitats of the sprawling 880-acre Read more
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