Lake Cahuilla

(2) Reviews

58075 Jefferson Street, La Quinta, CA, 92253

Lake Cahuilla 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, water, sewer, showers and electrical hookups.



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

- Living Desert Zoo and Gardens

- Trio Restaurant

- Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium

- Cabazon Dinosaurs

- Palm Springs Air Museum

- Copley's on Palm Canyon

- Elmer's Restaurant - Palm Springs


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

Community Showers

Water Hookups

Community Restrooms

Dump Station

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

30 Amps



Swimming Outdoors

58075 Jefferson Street, La Quinta, CA, 92253
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Overall Rating: 4.5

Theresa Gonzales

A very nice park. Big rig friendly. 50 & 30 amp. Water but no sewer. Free dump station. Gravel sites, nice & wide. Beautiful lake but no swimming. Didn't use bathrooms but they seemed nice enough. Pay to use showers. $160/wk elec & tax incl. max 14 days. Area for dog walking. They do need to put speed bumps on the road at the back of the park to slow people down. Good, free wifi at a gazebo. Only 2 channels on antenna. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Davina Bruno

This is a really nice lake, super pretty. We actually like that there weren't too many trees on the side of the lake we were at. My husband is allergic to a lot of pollen and a bunch of different trees so this was perfect. The fishing is great, but you have to get a permit first, so don't go there without one! I've heard of a few folks getting in trouble with the park authorities for that. The amenities are awesome, though. We've been camping in groups here for years and the kids love that they recently got wifi. they have situated camp-hookups, but I know a few people who have gone off to the more primitive sites and had a blast. We try not to do those because a lot of our camping time is spent near the lake and at their barbecue grills and fire rings. The hiking is awesome too! Definitely not too strenuous; I brought one of my veteran friends a few years back. He had a pretty severe limp from an injury, but had no trouble with the slopes. It's a really nice, relaxed camping spot. Two thumbs up from me and my family! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group