Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground

San Bernardino County


Mojave Narrows Park


Mojave Narrows Regional Park campground, San Bernardino County, CA

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground

San Bernardino County
Attractions and Activities

San Bernardino County covers more than 20,000 square miles of mountains, forests, desert, and valleys. Those who set out to explore San Bernardino County have a wide variety of places to investigate. Visitors at Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground can set out in almost any direction and find places of interest.

  • Spend a day in Victorville learning about the history of the area as you tour museums.
  • Drive up to Big Bear Lake for fishing, boating, waterskiing, and hiking.
  • Discover the wonders of Joshua Tree National Park, especially in the spring when wildflowers are in full bloom.
  • Visit the interesting Mojave National Preserve.
  • In San Bernardino tour the Fullerton Museum and have a picnic in Seccombe Lake Park.
  • Head out to Barstow and learn about its mining history, tour museum, and shop and dine.
  • In Twentynine Palms play a round of golf.
  • Hike or horseback ride on sections of the famous Pacific Crest Trail.
  • At Morongo Valley try birdwatching and viewing other wildlife. Or drop into a casino.
  • At Silverwood Lake rent a boat and cruise around the shoreline or head out waterskiing.

Key Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Regulations

  1. Fires are only permitted in fire rings.
  2. Quiet Hours run from 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM.
  3. Dogs must be on leash and attended at all times.
  4. All vehicles must have current registration tags and proof of insurance.

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground is set along the side of an old river bed in the high desert south of Victorville. The park and campground are operated by San Bernardino County Parks. Visitors to the park enjoy year-round fishing for bass, catfish, and trout. The park also features a disc golf course, equestrian trails, a playground, climbing rocks, a zero-depth water play park, and hiking trails.

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground offers 31 tent campsites along the shore of Horseshoe Lake and nearby Pelican Lake. In addition, they have 38 sites with full hook-ups for RVs or trailers arranged in a loop near the Horseshoe Lake. No tents are allowed in the hook-up sites. Noise from passing trains may be a concern.

The campground also has 6 Group Sites and 3 Group Equestrian Campsites. There is a 2-night minimum for holidays and special events. If arriving after 4 PM, be sure to call and get the gate code.

Note: (2017) The park will be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. "Camping is still available at the park; however, stays that include a park closure day will require a 7 or 14 day reservation."

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Basics
Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Location: 18000 Yates Road, off Yucca Loma Road, off Apple Valley Road, Victorville
Elevation: 2,750 feet
Mileage from Gateway City: Victorville - 7 miles
San Bernardino - 50 miles
Number of Campsites: 69 RV and tent campsites
Open - Closed: open year-round
Max. People per Site: 6 (including children)
Vehicles per Site: 2 (2nd vehicle fee)
Pets: On leash, always attended, maximum of 4
Mojave Narrows Regional Park: (760) 245-2226

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Reservations
Reservations: reservations available
Maximum Length of Stay: 14 days within any 30-day period, excluding holidays and special events
Maximum RV/Trailer Length: 45 feet
Wheelchair Accessible Sites: None designated
Fees: Non-hook-up tent site: $30 per night
Hook-up sites: $40 per night
Extra tent - $10 per night, extra person - $5 per night
Discount for weekly stay, $10 extra for holidays
Reservations: Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Reservations
+ $7 reservation fee
Check-in, check-out:

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Amenities
Campsites: Picnic tables, fire rings; RV sites have full hook-ups
Campground: Restrooms with flush toilets, piped water
Showers: Yes
Dump station: Yes, fee
Attractions near Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground: Enjoy fishing in Horseshoe Lake and Pelican Lake. Use the convenient fish cleaning station. The Water Saloon Playground. View abundant wildlife. In Victorville visit the California Route 66 Museum or have a day of fun at the Scandia Family Fun Center. Take in the Hesperia Zoo or venture into the High Desert Haunted House.

Group Equestrian Campsites

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground includes 3 group equestrian campsites. The campsites have partial shade. Each site can accommodate up to 50 people, 8 tents, 10 vehicles, 20 trailers, and 5 pets. Check the reservation website for details about vehicles: Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Reservations. Water is available at the campsite.
Fees: $30 per unit (vehicle) per night ($40 during holidays and special events)
Reservation Fee: $20
Reservations: (760) 245-2226.

Group Campsites at
Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground has 6 group campsites. Additional vehicles beyond the base number of 5 vehicles covered by the fee are charged $25 per night. Check the reservation website for details about vehicles: Mojave Narrows Regional Park Campground Reservations. Organized Youth Groups may qualify for special rates.
Fees: $30 per unit (vehicle) per night ($40 during holidays and special events)
Reservation Fee: $20
Reservations: (760) 245-2226.

  • Group Camps 1, 2, 3, and 6: The campsites can accommodate up to 100 people, 30 tents, 30 vehicles, 15 trailers, and 5 pets.
  • Group Camps 4 - 5: The campsites can accommodate up to 100 people, 40 tents, 40 vehicles, 20 trailers, and 5 pets.

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Equestrian campground, San Bernardino County, CA

Mojave Narrows Regional Park Equestrian Campground

General Camping Information

Not all campsites can accommodate trailers or RVs of all lengths. Check carefully on the reservation site when you make your reservation to be sure your vehicle will fit your campsite.

Accessible Sites

Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate.

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