The hole in the wall is located in the middle of the Mojave Desert. The area is perfect for any Van or RV nomad looking to explore the desert and getaway.  


The Hole-in-the-Wall is located in the Mojave Desert and is a great adventure.

It was created millions of years ago when a nearby volcano erupted, covering the area with a mixture of gas and ash. The ash cooled and the gas dissipated, leaving behind the porous holes in the walls.

Information Center

There is an information center located here that offers a lot of information.


You can access the actual hole n the wall vis the Rings Trail. 


The Hole in the Wall Campground is Hole-in-the-Wall Campground is surrounded by sculptured volcanic rock walls and makes a great basecamp for hikers. Thirty-five campsites accommodate RVs and tents; two walk-in sites are also available.

It’s a privilege to have Hole in the Wall for our enjoyment, so please practice Leave No Trace principles.


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