Mid Hills Campground
Mojave National Preservewrite a review Wild Horse Canyon Rd.
Cima, CA 92323
GPS: 35.1299, -115.4354
|Last Price Paid:||$12|
|Number of Sites:||26|
|Max Length:||22 ft|
Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1
ZombieCat would stay here again
“Private, Wilder, and Higher!”
Reviewed Jun 25, 2017
On my second night in Mojave National Preserve, I stayed at Mid Hills Campground (the first night was at Hole in the Wall Campground - also a good choice). The price was the same, but it was a little further off the beaten path. Yes, you have to traverse some of those washboard dirt roads, but it's worth the effort.
Mid Hills provides the same amenities as Hole in the Wall - picnic tables, pit toilets, water, and trash receptacles. The difference is that the elevation is 1,200 feet higher and the location is a little more remote. There are plenty of trees which screen you from any neighbors, providing more privacy. I also found it less crowded, quieter, and I had a stunning view.
I'm not sure how larger RV's would fare, but smaller ones had no problem at all.
Mid Hills is a perfect choice if you want privacy and a wilder experience.
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
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