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Old 07-02-2015, 05:33 PM   #1
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Palm Springs options w/Rental class C

DW and I are close to buying our first (and hopefully last RV) and the last step to take is spending a couple of weeks in one before pulling the trigger on the purchase. We will be renting a class C (approx. 25') and driving from Seattle down to Palm Springs. What RV park options do we have in PS when traveling in this class of RV? I understand that many of the parks are restrictive in size and type. Does any one have a suggestion on where to stay in or around that area?

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Two Springs RV Resort in North Palm Springs is a great choice. Reasonable rates, large sites, great water pressure, friendly staff. Mark and Jason are very helpful.
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Indian Waters RV in Indio is our preference for parks in the area.
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With your 25' you will have no problems staying at any of the parks. Enjoy!
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Thank you for your recommendations. We'll check them out.
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If you are going during the summer make sure the A/C is working as daily temperatures are over 100.
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We are staying in PS this week, we are at the Emerald Desert Resort, in Palm Desert, nice park, big pool, but it will be 109 degrees today, 2 A'C running keep coach at 82 degrees inside. Palm Springs area fills up in the fall with snow birds.
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If you have a toad, then Desert hot Springs, area is a nice retreat from the traffic in the main part of the PS urban area.
Without a toad , would you consider renting a car or will you depend on transit ?
JMHO: maneuvering an RV around the greater PS area to visit attractions and get groceries is not an option.
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Skip426 good call on the rental car. Not that much of an expense considering the convenience. Thanks for the recommendations.
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