Free Camping Near Joshua Tree National Park
Hayfield Rocks BLM is a small, single site (a cubby hole) carved out of a rocky hill, next to Joshua Tree National Park. It’s named after Hayfield Road. The other side of Hayfield Road is park boundary. The site is completely on BLM Land. Hayfield Road is often used by off-road enthusiasts, hence you may encounter frequent noise, particularly on weekends. Hayfield Road is hard packed gravel, however the site itself can get soft at times, we recommend 4WD vehicles only.
Bureau of Land Management, Palm Springs S Coast Field Office
Tel: (760) 833-7100
GPS: 33.7209, -115.5000
Reservations: first-come, first-served
Camping Fee: none
Maximum Stay: 14 days
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Hayfield Rocks, BLM Camping
Note: Hayfield Road is hard packed gravel, though the access road into the campsite can get soft at times. We recommend 4WD vehicles only.
How Crowded: Usually no one here during the week, but it does become occupied on the weekends with off-road enthusiasts.