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Calico Ghost Town


P.O. Box 638
Yermo, CA 92398
760-254-2122
No Email Address
http://www.calicotown.com/
3 Reviews
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Sites are close together and since we were there on a weekend, it was pretty tight. Dirt sites are not level, and many would not fit our 29' TT. $21 includes full hook-ups and admission to the ghost town, a good deal. The bath house was run down and needed some attention. Some hiking, a dirt bike area, and horse camp within the park. It is three miles north of I15, so very quiet except for the weekend partyers. The staff was really nice, although not enough of them for the weekend when the park is full. Market, gas and restaurants in Barstow, less than 10 miles down the road. Verizon Wireless cellular and aircard worked fine.

Received from Anon for visit in Apr 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We love rustic camping so thoroughly enjoyed this park. For kids with a sense of adventure there are plenty of hills to climb and places to explore. We also enjoy visiting the ghost town so being able to come and go as you like was great. Facilities are clean and well maintained. For us it is a great quick weekend getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Received from Gary P for visit in May 2005


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Stay Again? YES
This campground is just inside the entrance of Calico Ghost Town. The camping fee includes admission to the Ghost Town. At first sight we were not to happy until we realized this is a rustic setting. There is a paved road in parts of the campground but the sites are dirt and rock. It was a challenge to level in our site. I had to run one side of the motorhome up on blocks otherwise the tires would be off the ground when I put the levelers down (not a good idea). We have full hookups however. There are a few small trees and most are out of season and bare this time of year (February). The Ghost town is something that I wouldn’t go out of my way to visit but it was on our way and time for a stop over. If it wasn’t for the bus loads of Japanese there would only be a small handful of people here. Next time through here we will be doing an overnighter at Peggy Sue’s 50’s Diner just 3 miles down the road.

 

Received from Dan for visit in Feb 2006


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Stay Again? NO



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