Emerald Desert RV Resort

Emerald Desert RV Resort Review

The Emerald Desert RV Resort is located in California in Palm Desert next to Palm Springs. This is the perfect location during the winter, fall and spring seasons; during the summer the temperatures are often 100+. Emerald Desert RV Resort provides a luxiourious home base to explore Joshua Tree National Park, San Jacinta & Santa Rosa State and National Monument, Sand To Snow National Monument, Palm Desert and Palm Springs areas. I’m in my 3rd year of RVing and this is one of the nicest RV parks I’ve seen.

Emerald Desert RV Resort Amenities

There are two pools and jacuzzis at the resort including a separate area for adults only which is a nice option.

Putting and driving greens are around the grounds so you can practice your golf game.

The bathroom and laundry facilites are all nicely decorated like you would find at a hotel or spa.

The fitness center is large with multiple machines and free weights available. There are pickle ball and tennis courts.

The resort is pet friendly with two fenced in areas for them to play.

Massage therapy! You can even schedule a massage in one of their rooms.  

Offered by Desert Massage Associates of Palm Desert just call 760-346-7949 at least 3 hours ahead to make your appointment.

RVs

They offer RV storage. Local RV services are inlcuded in the check-in materials.

There are 255 full hookup RV sites with concrete pads and manicured lawns.

Each site has access to 50/30 amp electric, cable TV and WiFi.

Things To Do

Palm Springs Tram Ride into San Jacinta and Santa Rosa state park.

Overall, I recommend Emerald Desert RV Resort if you are in the Palm Desert area. This is a great RV resort! 

Directions & Reservations

Emerald Desert RV Resort

76000 Frank Sinatra Dr, Palm Desert, CA 92211

(877) 624-4140

Disclosure

Many thanks to Emerald Desert RV Resort for hosting me during my visit to Santa Rosa & San Jacinta and Sand To Snow National Monuments. All words and opinions are my own, and reader trust is my first priority. For more information visit the The Road To Adventure’s policy page. 

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2 Comments
  • dana.in.the.kitchen2
    Posted at 19:28h, 22 February

    Hi Kate, Of course I’ve been inspired about your reports of r v travel. I started out with my new Travato Las July and put 14k miles on it. I live in the Palm Springs area so feel a little stuck her until the weather warms up around the U S.
    I took a 5 night trip over to the Colorado River and Lake Havasu. Love the water , sun and desert combination.
    Any suggestions for travel now in February? Dana

    • kate_mullen@mac.com
      Posted at 18:43h, 01 March

      Hi Dana! Congratulations on your Travato! Ironically, you’re in an area most people travel to in the winter – very nice! I would suggest maybe Death Valley before it warms up too much. I just did a lovely AZ/NM loop in one week – Santa Fe, Painted Desert National Monument, Tonto National Forest/Lake Roosevelt, Pichacho Peak State Park, Organ Mountains Aguirre Springs Campground, and White Sands National Monument. This is a great sun, sand, and little water combo!