Gather your crew and experience the sheer amazingness of Joshua Tree camping at Sheep Pass Campground, one of three group campgrounds in the park. With stunning rock formations, captivating starry night skies, a visually captivating landscape dotted with joshua trees, and easy access to climbing routes and hiking trails, Sheep Pass Campground is a great place to visit and find out how special Joshua Tree National Park camping really is. The campground offers six group sites, but don’t come expecting electrical hookups. Drinking water is not available, so be sure to bring plenty of your own.
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Great group site. We stayed at site #03, HUGE site! 3 picnic tables, big fire ring with grill option, big bbq grill. Right next to a rock formation, short walk to bathrooms, one of the more private sites in Sheep Pass as the Rocks separate you from the others.
Sheep Pass was an awesome site! We had G3, and there were only 8 of us but there was a TON of room. It had 3 picnic tables, a large grill and a large fire pit with a grill on top. Bathrooms were close by, but no sinks or running water. Beautiful and spacious!
This is a large campground, but some of the spots are fairly cramped. I always reserve the group site at the end. Lots of large rocks, and like all of JT there is no water. Site has toilets, fire rings, and desert sunshine.