RV Park


Come stay with us in our recently expanded RV Park!
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Just off Highway 395, on the edge of Ridgecrest, CA, we offer a convenient stopping-off point as you travel along the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.  You can stay for a night, a week, or even a month as you explore the Upper Mojave Desert and surrounding areas. For reservations please contact the Desert Empire Fair This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  (click the link) or call 760-375-8000. SHOWER AND WATER ARE AVAILABLE TO PATRONS ONLY!

Space fees:

  • With hookups (water and electricity; some with sewer hookups) - $30 per day
  • Senior citizens (65 and over) - $28 per day
  • Without hookups - $17 per day
  • Tent spaces (no hookups) - $17 per day. Only 1 tent on site.
  • Monthly rate - $350 - Must be paid in office

Other fees:

  • Dump fee without space rental - $10
  • Horse stalls- $20 per horse; open pens - $10 per horse.  All renters must clean their owns stalls and pens after use. We do NOT provide hoses or buckets.
  • Storage sheds, based on availability - $20 per month
  • RV storage, no hookups - $25 per month. Must be paid in office.

Over night Fees may be paid at the kiosk at the entrance. If you have questions or issues please contact the RV Park Manager in Space #49.

General rules for short-term space rentals:

1.  Vehicles must be parked within the frontage of each space (2 maximum if space allows).
2.  Speed limit in the RV Park is 5 mph.
3.  No trash containers may be placed outside the RV units.
4.  Pets must be on a leash or inside the units and under control at all times.  You MUST clean up any pet droppings.

Management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone and management has the right to remove or eject any RV units.


Mission  Statement

To serve as a well-managed, safe, multi purpose, year-round facility which meets the diverse educational, recreational, economic, social and entertainment needs of the residents and communities of the 53rd District Agricultural Association.