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Old 02-20-2013, 11:45 PM   #1
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Palm Desert / DHS RV Parks

What parks do you recommend in the Palm Desert area, including Indian Wells and Desert Hot Springs.

Interested in internet, swimming pool, spa, and pet friendly and places to let pets run.

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What parks do you recommend in the Palm Desert area, including Indian Wells and Desert Hot Springs.

Interested in internet, swimming pool, spa, and pet friendly and places to let pets run.

Thanks!
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Consider Emerald Desert in Palm Desert. We've been there twice this winter after desert boon docking. Great place to get yourself, your equipment and you clothes
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You might want to consider Emerald Desert RV resort in Palm Desert. Itís right in town proximate to shopping, golf, restaurants, markets, etc. Think ultra-lush, activities, great biking, pools and $ís.

My wife & I and our two labs were there twice this winter after boondocking stints in the desert. Itís a great place to get yourself, your clothes, and equipment cleaned up, rested and recharged. Best dog runs are over on the less expensive side.
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