Mojave Narrows Regional Park Camping, Victorville

(3.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Mojave Narrows Regional Park Camping is located in Victorville. Mojave Narrows Regional Park Camping is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Victorville Edition.
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  • Easy location, Park has a beautiful Lake and a beautiful nature. I spent only one day, however, it is possible to be on site (Camping).
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  • My kids and I go here often in the summer to ride our horses. They have great stalls the water hoses are right next to the stalls.Plenty of room to turn around horse trailers and great camping ameniti...  more »
  • My wife and I will from time to time take a long morning walk through this park and remind ourselves what a great asset the High Desert has.Not many areas can brag about a great lake to fish, a place ...  more »
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  • I love this place! They have a nice play area for the kids. The lake is beautiful and there are great picnic areas with BBQ grills.
  • The guy that works there, Blane, is friendly and informative. Shared where we could fish. He even showed us photos of a few big catches that people had caught in the park. Great Park.
  • I loved this place as a kid, even when the lake was empty and there was nothing going on. Now, Horseshoe lake is filled, there's wildlife everywhere, there's a playground for kids, and sandpit with some obstacles for grown-ups (balance beam, high-wall, some rocks, etc) Plenty of trails and there's a ton of stuff close by the campsite (liquor, pizza, groceries, movie theater). The only complaint is the same one I had when I was young, and its that damn train track that is right next to the camp sites. Its not constant, but the passing trains aren't something easily ignored. Still recommend as a nearby getaway for a day off.
  • LOVE Mojave Narrows. If you haven't been there in awhile, you might not know they are working hard to rebuild the waterways. Pretty exciting stuff since these have been destroyed due to the flooding years ago. The county is spending a great deal of money to rebuild the splendor this place has always had. It's beautiful, and relaxing there and no matter how busy it is, you'll find a special place for your family or party that will make you feel like you're secluded from the nearby chaos in town. There's a great little water park for children, with tons of water works that comes in super handy on hot desert days. Horseback riding, and cows, and other nearby animals give you and your family a few other fun things to do. Past years, there were paddle boats and some other fun water toys. I hope that all comes back when the waterways are back. So here's my only beef, and it's a doozy, enough to take my review from 5 stars to 4 stars. County and park management, I hope you're reading this. Up until this year, the park offered membership for just this park, and it was quite reasonably priced. Now your only option for annual passes are for a full San Bernardino county pass :(. If you live in the desert, you are typically visiting parks in the desert, not in the whole of San Bernardino. The passes are OUTRAGEOUSLY priced now, and not something that the average consumer would ever willingly pony up. What this results in, is less visits to the park, lower attendance rates, and less pass sales. Now, to visit the park we have pay $10 per day, and we go far less than we would if park annual passes were for this park only.
  • Great park needs a little fixing but great atmosphere water play area ,kids play ground, fishing, BBQ, excercise large grass areas