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4.5 / 5 (8 votos )

Sky Valley Resort

74711 Dillon Rd
92241, Desert Hot Springs
California, Estados Unidos

Sky Valley Resort is a premier RV & vacation home destination offering the best that active family resort lifestyle has to offer. Enjoy our sparkling natural hot water spas and swimming pools. Amenities also include pickleball courts, tennis courts, exercise room, shuffleboard and horseshoe pits. Play a round of golf at the 3 par, 9 hole golf course located just up the road at our sister park, Caliente Springs, or enjoy easy access to over 100 golf course in the surrounding area. Sky Valley Resort is located about 17 miles from Palm Springs and 12 miles to Palm Desert and Indio. Sky Valley Resort has earned a reputation for providing excellent vacation services to Palm Springs in the form of RV resorts, vacation rentals, hot springs, mobile homes for sale, snowbird vacations, mobile homes, manufactured homes, 55+ communities, RV parks, RV campgrounds, pickleball, RV sites, RV storage, condos, and active adult communities that current customers have come to rely on. Proudly serving Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Palm Desert, Indio, Cathedral City, La Quinta, Southern California, California and surrounding areas since 1971.

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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
One of the best parks we visited so far. The mineral pools are amazing. Everything is clean. Dog friendly, nice hiking trails, Delicious European pastries and sausages.
3 semanas ás

Lunaru
Inglês (US)
We stayed here from end of December to almost mid-February in our RV. It's a lovely park with perfect weather most of the time. (Note it's super hot in summer months). We enjoyed walking around the park and Wild West Wash, checking out the weekly farmer's market, and noshing on the yummy fresh baked goods from their little market! The facilities are very clean, well tended. Great laundry room, too. The mail room was nicely set up and they do a great job with post mail service there plus UPS and FedEx delivered directly to the rv site. I can't recall cell coverage exactly but we did get great At&t. It's a special place with friendly community. And it's close to Joshua Tree, Coachella Nature Preserve, and the beautiful Mount San Jacinto!
7 meses ás

Meander Here and There
Inglês (US)
We stayed here in March of 2021. We stayed at half price with our Passport America discount. This campground has amazing pools and hot tubs that are naturally heated and comes out of the ground at 115 degrees. When you are not swimming or soaking, enjoy the walking path that winds through the middle of the campground. If you have a dog you will appreciate the off leash dog park with grass. The mountain views are spectacular as well. The campground is a little cramped and cell service is mostly non-existent. That's okay, you are going to want to spend your time in the pools and hot tubs anyway.
11 meses ás

Katie M
Inglês (US)
This park was beautiful and the best part were the MANY naturally heated mineral springs pools (still open with COVID craziness). Zero sulfur smell at all, they were wonderful. Our spot itself was tight as was getting to it on the small streets within the park, but at least had a pull through option for us. Honestly we chose this one from the many options in the area because it was half-off the nightly rate through passport America. Only downside is Desert Hot Springs is very windy- the whole town. Feels pretty much like being in a wind tunnel most of the time. But for the price and proximity to Palm Springs/Palm Desert and Joshua Tree I would still recommend! Friendly staff that were more than accommodating with quick response. Free wifi worked great too, which was nice since they are still working on AT&T cell service- none at all (they said Verizon was fine). Overall would visit again to save the money on the nightly rate.
1 ano ás

Jer&Di
Inglês (US)
This is pretty much a mobile home park with some RV spaces. That said, everyone I met was very friendly and the place is nice and clean. Not as many snow birds this year because of covid. Sites are wide and if you get one with gravel, not dusty when the wind blows. Great rates this year. We live an hour and a half away in the cold mountains, so we may make this a regular spot in the winter. We really enjoyed the many pools with different temperatures. Not close to town (15-20 minutes) but who wants to camp in town? So that's actually a plus. Edit: We liked it so much, we booked all next winter. 3 months. I guess we are officially snow birds now!
1 ano ás

Tiogakattabella
Inglês (US)
Needed a place, while they figure out what is what for a 3 wk per gov. Passport America says $26 a night standard site. But asked for rates before and $40 was standard per night. $20 is a big help for Passport discount. Everything is closed pools etc. as far as I know but I have not wandered out of my site. Jan normal rates change but nothing normal about 2020. Grateful for the spot. I have metro pcs/ t mobile no problems.
1 ano ás

Walkinghead
Inglês (US)
We're here over the New Years' holiday. The weather is glorious, 40's at night, 60's during the day. The resort seems to be largely a community of retired people from the US (Washington, Nevada, California) and a seemingly large contingent of Canadians. Some own, some rent, tiny homes or trailer homes for a season. The sites in the Paradise Loop (the inexpensive seats), where we're located, are a mixture of tiny homes and RV back-in sites. Each has a full hook up with a cement patio. They are very close to each other. We were initially parked next to a fifth-wheel and a tiny home, but our electrical hookup was not functioning properly. After being without power for the first few days and after 3 different visits to the office and a call to get assistance New Years' Day evening as we were trying to prepare dinner, we were offered another spot. We moved. After moving, I went to the office to inquire what, if anything, all our inconvenience warranted. I was told that even though their stealthy (Christa's words) maintenance crew had been out at least three times to check the power, they could not replicate a problem, ergo, there must be a problem with our RV. I mentioned I'd not been called or contacted in any way by maintenance (I know, duh, they're stealthy) and had been outside awaiting them since my latest complaint this morning. Christa never told me why maintenance would not have spoken to me about the power problem when I was readily available outside our RV to help solve our problem. When I told her they had lied to her about showing up at our site, she became visibly agitated. I told her I was right about no one showing up at which point she invited me to enjoy the rest of my stay, told me the maintenance crew was trustworthy and invited me, in front of several people checking in, not to come back. We're not a good fit for everyone, she explained. And besides, you say you're always right, she said. Not always, I told her, but this time, I was. No problem, we agree I shouldn't come back. Fool me once..., and so much for cordial customer service. Christa has promised to reimburse us for one night's stay. A nice gesture despite her belligerence. If you choose to come here, the clubhouse areas are vey nice with hot tubs powered by hot springs and heated pools, both family and adult. The setting is also spectacular with great Palm trees and mountains all around, some snow capped. The photos above are all resort photos and while nice don't exactly tell the tale. I've taken a few around to assist.
2 anos ás

Meanderings
Inglês (US)
Our rate reflects the Passport America discount of $26 a night for up to 7 nights, and I reserved and extended our stay via a quick easy phone call. We aren't normally overly exciting with commercial camping, but we were pleasantly surprised at how comfortable this park ended up feeling. My biggest complaint is the lack of good dog walking/bathroom areas, but there is a dog park. We had a large, level, pull-through site, and while the park is packed snug with homes, we didn't have trouble getting in or out. While we had neighbors on both sides, our site included an ample amount of space, and we made use of the outdoor patio with visiting guests on multiple nights. This place is definitely a commercial park, and I wish they had included a little more room for walking (there aren't sidewalks), especially with a dog. However, we didn't feel stuffed in, and when we did interact with neighbors and permanent residence, everyone was very friendly. Our utilities were well placed and worked fine, and the resort offers a number of perks that we didn't use... pool, laundry, gym, group activities, tennis, etc. This CG is a nearby to Palm Springs (maybe 20 minutes?), and there are other amenities, grocery, USPS, etc, etc within about 15 minutes drive. Verizon worked fine here without the booster.
2 anos ás