January 27, 2021 - reviewed by RCB ,
Striatal upheavel, flow, erosion, and even some imprint fossils.
Interesting flora and fauna observed here.
Shade structures over table and rings available and paved spurs.
The playground structures seemed odd; so much metal in the hot desert sun.
March 17, 2020 - reviewed by Honey Bear
Beautiful Rock Formations
At the turn off onto the dirt road it said Road closed. We continued backer only to find out the rainbow basin Quest shut down. How Canyon Campground however is open. Abort the roads are washed boarded but passable by any know anyone. They have water and they have new trash containers. Restrooms are clean nice quiet nights. Stars are beautiful.
February 9, 2019 - reviewed by HANK
Pros: Gorgeous area with large Joshua Trees in a colorful basin (The Rainbow Basin). Campground is very well designed with pit toilets, playgrounds. Large sites. I'm camped along a rugged natural canyon and this place is fascinating. $6/night.
Cons: The long gravel road is very bad washboard. Drove 5-10 mph and water was flying out of my half full water bottle. No tap water yet, sign says the project will be complete the end of 2018, its 2/7/19 and no water.
I give it 4.5 stars as is, 5 if there was water.
April 4, 2018 - reviewed by Joe R
Google said water. When I went to BLM field office, they said they had water problems but had a single tap for the cg. Got there and absolutely no water.
Besides that, it is a beautiful campground.