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2/22
The water taps at Hole-in-the-Wall Campground are still functional this morning Bright sun warms up this cold November morning at Hole-in-the-Wall Campground, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsOne final view of my campsite at Hole-in-the-Wall campground, Mojave National Preserve, before I pack up and leaveBright sun warms up this cold November morning at Hole-in-the-Wall Campground, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsOne final view of my campsite at Hole-in-the-Wall campground, Mojave National Preserve, before I pack up and leaveBright sun warms up this cold November morning at Hole-in-the-Wall Campground, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsOne final view of my campsite at Hole-in-the-Wall campground, Mojave National Preserve, before I pack up and leaveBright sun warms up this cold November morning at Hole-in-the-Wall Campground, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsOne final view of my campsite at Hole-in-the-Wall campground, Mojave National Preserve, before I pack up and leaveBright sun warms up this cold November morning at Hole-in-the-Wall Campground, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsOne final view of my campsite at Hole-in-the-Wall campground, Mojave National Preserve, before I pack up and leave

You never know when cold weather might cause water lines to freeze...

Hole-in-the-Wall is really scenic, flat and open, and framed by wild-West mesas and hills. However, it's the only RV-friendly campground in Mojave National Preserve, so it can be full of noisy campers during warmer months of the year.

I usually prefer the RV-unfriendly Mid Hills Campground seven miles up the road for this reason.