Caliente Springs Resort

(4) Reviews

70200 Dillon Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241

Caliente Springs Resort is located in the vibrant west coast city of Palm Springs, California, and is a great spot to camp and enjoy the area's outdoor spaces, as well as its urban charm. RVers can expect great activities and attractions near the park, as well as breathtaking scenic views and facilities onsite.


Amenities and Activities

Campers can take advantage of the wealth of great activities near the campground. Some camper favorites include: hiking, biking, aerial tours, rock climbing, golfing, ATV touring, backpacking and wildlife touring. Amenities at the park include: WIFI, pets are allowed, volleyball court, tennis court, natural hot mineral water pools and hot tubs, a golf course, and a chapel. It also includes all your basic amenities like restrooms and laundry facilities.



RVers can look forward to a number of excellent local attractions such as:

- Living Desert Zoo and Gardens

- Elmer's Restaurant - Palm Springs

- Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

- San Jacinto Mountains

 - Agua Caliente Cahuilla 

- Palm Springs International Film Festivals


This campground is a great spot for travelers to Palm Springs to enjoy the best of both worlds; get ready for a beautiful natural terrain, as well as great attractions, food and people. hope to see you soon! 

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

RV Sites

RV sites feature WIFI, and offer easy access to onsite amenities such as a volleyball court, tennis court, natural hot mineral water pools and hot tubs, a golf course, a chapel, restrooms and laundry facilities. Sites are also just a short drive from local conveniences like coffee shops, small town eateries and a golf course.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Site, Deluxe, Full Hookups $55.00 $330.00
RV Site, Standard, Full Hookups $55.00 $330.00

General Store

Laundry Facilities

Community Showers

Community Water Fountain

Gasoline Nearby

Fitness Room

Community BBQ/Grill

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Trash Service




Historic Sightseeing



Scenic Drives


Swimming Outdoors

Table Tennis


Wildlife Viewing

70200 Dillon Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
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Overall Rating: 3.5

Falicity Williams

This is a very nice resort to relax at; my family had a very lovely time here. The staff was not only helpful but they were so courteous and professional it was a breeze to check in and find out perfect site. The sites were spacious and had all the amenities we needed. I enjoyed the selection they provided as we like to camp differently each time. The activities they had were a lot of fun for all of us and I really liked the events they held. It was nice and relaxing to get around a lot of people and enjoy the night on a beautiful resort. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Violet Sanford

We have been here for 5 nights and just love it. They take Passport America and it only cost us $25.00 a night, they did not charge a fee or tax which surprised me. ad'l comment: We've stayed there a couple of times and it's a nice place... we stayed there on passport America for $25 a night and have friends that live there... it's very resorty and we're more campground people so the price was right. They have a sister resort, Sky Valley, I think, that is not a 55+ park. If they don't have the PA rate, there's also Sam's ??? just down the road. Caliente Springs is mostly park models with some RV spaces. Sam's had more of a campground feel and we never went to Sky Valley... Without the PA they all ran about $50 a night.. all had hot springs... 12/2014 Edwards Air Force Base Famcamp- Nice place to stay for being in the middle of nowhere! Nice big pull thru's/ FHU $15/night...great camp hosts,quiet and across the street from the BX and Commisary. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Davina Bruno

I treated my aunt and uncle to a week at of their resort rentals and my folks both had amazing things to say. They couldn't stop talking about the natural mineral pools and how pristine the golf greens were. They were also pretty impressed with the water aerobics classes the park offered. My uncle in particular seemed to really love it. I honestly chose this resort because they have amazing temporary stay packages to let visitors get a chance to really experience the resort and hopefully stay, so the activities calendar and amenities are amazing and super attractive. If my aunt and uncle ever decide to stay there long-term, I'd definitely encourage it. I'd want to stay there too! Highly recommend it. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Henry Holland

This is a 55+ resort first and foremost. As a RV campground it has a lot to desire like, wider sites, easier access (no sharp turns or large dips) and no curbs in front of sites (looks like the final layer of pavement was never installed). Actually it looks like the RV area is the unfinished part of the Resort. Even with a 50% PA discount it cost more than most other campgrounds. Everyone was very friendly in the way sales people are because they are trying to sell sites. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group