There are lots of RV Resort options to choose from in the Desert Hot Springs/Coachella Valley area. How did we hear about and pick the Sands? First, A blogger we follow stays here every winter and seems to really like it. I then got on-line and looked at lots of pictures and read lots of reviews. The deciding factors included the free Wi-Fi, “executive” golf course and the privacy hedges between RV spots (many of the parks in the area only offer wide-open, rather barren, unsheltered spaces.)
So… how is it going? Since arriving here we have checked out several other parks and are satisfied that for us, we made a good decision. The staff has been great; the pool, landscaping, hot tubs, golf and laundry facilities have been updated in the past couple of years and are actually very nice.
The location is perfect - giving us easy access to Palm Springs, Interstate 10 and the rest of the Coachella valley. We have met and shared a cocktail or two with other “residents”. This has been a good “experiment”. Yet, we have learned that the “resort” experience is not for us. Our sticks and bricks house is in a “resort” type community. We RV to get out and explore the back roads of the US and to enjoy the adventure of travel.
Our original plan was to stay here for a month (which we will do) then store our RV and drive our toad (tow car) back to Colorado to spend the holidays with our kids and grand kids. Then after Christmas drive back and spend the month of January at the Sands. We are still going to store our RV go back to Colorado for the holidays. But when we return, instead of staying at the Sands we are going to hit the road and spend the next several months exploring the desert southwest.
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