RV Parks in Highland, California

RV Parks in Highland, California
A mid-size city in San Bernardino County, Highland is a great little base camp for exploring the desert and mountain region. Both urban activities and backcountry pursuits can be found in the Highland region, and if visiting by RV, there are several great RV campgrounds and parks to choose from.

San Bernardino RV Park

With a location near historic Route 66 and in the heart of California's Inland Empire, the San Bernardino RV Park gives guests a convenient location to explore Highland and the surrounding region. The park has sites with full electric (30 and 50 amp), water, sewer and cable TV hookups. AAA, Good Sam and corporate discounts are offered, and the range of amenities includes laundry room, guest house, barbecue grills and a swimming pool. Pets are allowed but should be cleaned up after and remain under voice control or a leash.

San Bernadino RV Park
1080 East 9th St.
San Bernadino, CA 90247
(909) 381-2276 or (888) 518-3681
sbrvpark.com

Mojave Narrows Campground

In nearby Victorville, the Mojave Narrows Campground offers visitors a taste of primitive camping with full hookups. There are 38 sites available as well as primitive parking areas and tent sites. There are hot showers, full bathrooms, fire rings with grills, picnic tables and snack and bait shops. Guests can take horse trail rides in the area and rent horses or go with a guide. Pets are allowed, but owners should be aware of the rattlesnakes in the area and protect pets accordingly. Reservations are recommended and can be made at sbcountyparks.com

Mojave Narrows Campground
18000 Yates Road
Victorville CA 92392
(760) 245-2226
co.san-bernardino.ca.us/parks/mojave.htm

Deep Creek Hot Springs and Campground - Bowen Ranch

No trip to this region is complete without a foray to the Deep Creek Hot Springs in nearby Hesperia. Only a few minutes from Highland, it's a desert oasis. The Bowen Ranch allows primitive camping and RV parking for a small fee, but be aware there are no water, electric or other hookups. Guests are asked to help out and keep the region clean. Pets are allowed. Generators can be used, but guests are asked to be aware of the noise and respect quiet hours at night. The hot springs themselves are a two-mile hike from the parking and camping area and are a series of mid-depth to shallow lakes. Swimming and relaxing are the norm, and expect to see a wild assortment of characters, from clothed to unclothed.

Deep Creek Hot Springs and Bowen Ranch
Bowen Ranch Road
Hesperia, CA 92345
(909) 382-2782
www.fs.fed.us/r5/sanbernardino/recreation/deepcreek/

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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