RV visitors are welcome to camp at Mojave National Preserve! There is a 14 day camping limit. The Hole-in-the-Wall Campground is equipped with a dump station, trash bins, and water. Campsites are large enough for a RV of any size. This campground is first come, first serve. The road is fully paved until you reach the campground.
Established Camping Fees and Developed Campground Details
Click here to learn more about camping fees and to learn additional details about the Hole-in-the-Wall and Mid Hills campgrounds. There are no fees to camp at undeveloped sites.
Undeveloped campsites are a popular option for RV drivers who want a wilderness experience. In addition, undeveloped campsites are a good backup option when the developed campgrounds are full. Kelso Dunes Mine is the only undeveloped campsite cable of hosting larger groups of RVs. All other sites can accommodate one to several RVs at most. There is a 14 day camping limit. There is no fee to camp at an undeveloped campground.
The list below is a sampling of undeveloped campsites popular with RV visitors. This list is not comprehensive. Many of these sites have limited ability to accommodate multiple RVs or larger RVS. Scope out sites from the paved roads prior to committing to driving there. The National Park Service does not monitor site availability.
Not all RV class size recommendations may apply to the actualities of the undeveloped campsites. Use caution before attempting to drive to any undeveloped campsite.
Additional undeveloped campsites can be found here
Black Canyon Road
Last updated: May 11, 2021