Tamarisk Mobile Home and RV Park

(6) Reviews

18025 Langlois Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241

Tamarisk Mobile Home and RV Park is situated near the vibrant west coast city of Palm Springs, California, and is a beautiful spot to camp and enjoy the area's outdoor spaces, as well as its authentic urban charm. RVers can expect great 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: tent camping, big rig access, pull thrus, pet area, pool access, walking trails, restrooms, showers, water, sewerage, WIFI and 30/50 amp sites.



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

- Palm Springs Air Museum

- Copley's on Palm Canyon

- Agua Caliente Cahuilla 

- Trio Restaurant

- Living Desert Zoo and Gardens

- Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

- Elmer's Restaurant


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

Last Updated: 11/19/2020

RV site

RV sites offer WIFI, sewerage and 30/50 amp sites and both RV and tent sites offer access to onsite amenities like a pet area, pool access, walking trails, restrooms, showers and water. Sites are also just a short drive from local conveniences like coffee shops, restaurants and a golf course.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Hook up30 amps $30.00 $180.00 $340.00 See More

Pets Allowed

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Sewer Hookups


50 Amps

30 Amps



18025 Langlois Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92241
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Overall Rating: 1.7

Fernando Noriega

Slum lords! Electrical and plumbing hazards. Lori is terrible!!!

William Gray

Thus RV park has a lot of problems. The only good thing about it is that the rent is cheaper compared to other RV parks in the same area. I have been here for 8 months and if it was not for a medical problem I would have moved long ago. Right now I am living in a weed patch. The Manager Martha is a wonderful person but the maintenance guy Brian Not so much. He has a terrible attitude. Visit the area before booking

Robert Hill

Tamarisk Mobile Home and RV Park is owned and operated by Cascade Community Management Company and the Regional Manager is Laurie Moore. Laurie Moore is more interested in driving around in her Lexus and barking orders at the 2 wonderful people that work there. Cascade Management company and the Regional Director (Laurie) have no intention of authorizing any money for simple improvement and are more worried about putting any money generated into their own pockets. Martha is the Manager. She is so incredibly friendly and helpful however, sheis not allowed to make any decisions concerning ANYTHING about the Mobile Home or RV Park without Laurie’s prior approval. Laurie refuses to authorize any money for desperately needed repairs just to keep the park operating daily. Brian oversees maintenance and is tasked with trying to maintain a mobile home and RV park that is more than 30 years old that has and overwhelming amount of constant issues. Cascade Management and Laurie Moore also own and manage Healing Waters Mobile Home park which is next door to Tamarisk. Martha and Brian spend most of their time over there because the manager and maintenance man over there are overwhelmed with the amount of work as well as the repairs that are needed at that mobile home park. Healing Waters is also a VERY OLD mobile home that has an old and decaying water and septic system. On the mobile home side of Tamarisk, which is connected to the RV park there are always septic issues. There was even an incident where the septic tank overflowed causing raw sewage to flow all over the ground which poses a serious health hazard. A septic company is always there pumping out the septic tanks for the mobile home side. Because Martha and Brian do not have time to manage and operate Tamarisk, the RV park has fallen into a HORRIBLE state of disrepair. The weeds are waist high in the empty RV spaces, there are 3 washers and only 2 dryers for the entire RV side of Tamarisk, which is about 50 spaces. There was a dryer that was out of order for over a month, it was removed and never replaced because Laurie will not authorize Martha (the manager) the money needed to repair or replace the broken dryer. There constant water leak somewhere at Tamarisk because of the very old underground pipes that have decayed and been repaired over the years. If you stay monthly, you are charged for electricity. The meters are read by the staff and you are billed accordingly. There are electric meters that do not work at all or that do not work properly causing your electric bill to be INCREDIBLY high. On the RV side of Tamarisk, there are MANY VERY OLD (1950-1960) permanent RV style trailers that are in terrible state of repair and their lots look like junkyards. One particular very old permanent trailer at Tamarisk has several tarps that are being used around the outside of that trailer to form an enclosed room of sorts. There is a hot tub and mineral water pool. The pools are also in a terrible state of repair. The pools need to be drained and desperately repainted. If you look at them, it looks like there is something growing on the bottom and sides of the pool. The “clubhouse” is never used and is very dirty. Although there are 2 pool tables in the clubhouse for guests to use. There are also horseshoe pits that had the weeds removed and were cleaned up by an RV’er that was there just so they could be used. The weeds on the horseshoe pit were waist high and this RV’er spent all day cleaning up the horseshoe area. I even volunteered to trim the overgrown tamarisk bushes to help and try to clean up this RV park. Martha and Brian are amazing and very friendly people and the RV’ers that stay there are friendly. The permanent residents are not very friendly. If you are looking for a very basic RV park with level sites, hot water and to be about 30 minutes from Palm Springs, CA, this RV park should make the bottom of your list. Cascade Management company and the Regional Director (Laurie) have no intention of authorizing any money for improvement. With a very small amount of investment to improve this park, there is amazing potential for Tamarisk to be a very nice park where RV’ers will want to stay. Until that happens (which it will not), there are many more much nicer and inexpensive options for RV parks in the area.

Toni Molano

I have been in this park for 5 mos. Oct-2018-Feb-2019.I am thinking about making this my permanent residence. The staff are very nice and helpful. The manager is very nice. She seems to be right up front about things. No surprises! Very reasonable prices! Lovely pools indoor and out. Mineral pools. I posted a couple pictures on the site of the incredible Sunsets we have here. I have had a few issues with my 5th wheel and the maintenance man ( Brian) took time out of his busy schedule And helped me out with no charge. Very nice man. It’s very quiet around here. Not as fancy as some but has everything I could want. For the price, I’ll take it.

John McNamara

Would NOT recommend this park to anyone. We stayed Jan-March 2016. On leaving, we were told that the damage deposit would be mailed. July, I tried to get conformation that the deposit was forthcoming. What a runaround! Finally got a call from Jason, manager for Cascade Corporate Mgmt. He apologized for the delay and said reimbursement would be " ASAP" . Sure, as of Sept. 7, not a word. I question their business ethics and would strongly warn anybody to steer clear of this park

Michael Dangona

Scam alert! Don't believe the prices on the website! They are a lie! They don't honor them! Refused to rent an RV space. Your not an apartment complex! RV Parks doesn't ask for credit checks and paycheck stubs! Yours an RV Park! The resorts don't even ask for it! It's a dump! Run down and dirty. They have also been reported to the city attorneys office and the better business bureau. I told them to watch out for identity theft as this is the only RV Park in the Palm Springs area asking for social security numbers! This comment is being posted on every single review site for your facility! The world will not be scammed by you!