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Great people, great place! Only complaint is the road in. It is not RV friendly at all. A late arrival driving 5-10 mph down the rocky washboard road for 5 miles is not fun, especially if you only stay one night and drive right back out.

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I cannot believe this place even has the nerve to tack resort onto its title. I'm not sure if it is adventure bound resort or cactus county? Who knows both names are visible in the park. The place is borderline trailer park but not the nice kind. There are quite a few long termers with very cluttered unsightly spaces. The park is showing its age and the lack of upkeep does not help. Spaces are weedy with lots of debris from trees everywhere. The expensive 50 amp spaces seemed a lot cleaner though walking around the park. The walking trails are not safe to use due to cholla cactus everywhere outside the fence on the ground. The washers in the laundry room were gross. The WiFi works good though. Snowbird rates seem high for what you get.

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Spaces are huge but not very level. WiFi was horrible through entire stay. Dead bugs in laundry, pool and clubhouse. Dog hair in washer's, dryers and on laundry floor. Spiders all over laundry room. Apparently cleaning the common guest areas is not a priority. Lots of rodents and ants with the rural location. Border patrol agents harass you on the highway to Tombstone. One almost ran my wife off the road. Not the park's fault but comes with the location. It is quiet at night though!

     

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North Ranch

Congress, Arizona

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Was pretty upsetting as a new, young full time RV'r to pay for an escapee membership planning to stay in this park for the first time. We arrived late, very late after driving up from Tombstone. Had to fight the trailer to get in an empty spot thanks to all the cars parked in front of the RV's across the row. Apparently folks in the know reserve all the spots where we parked because the next morning we got moved across the aisle into the ditch. The ditch? You ask? Yes there is a berm to keep the other spaces behind the row that's 2 feet lower from flooding but guess where ALL the water goes? We happen to have a rear door so when it rained (it was April it rained A LOT) we had our own private lake at our doorstep! We literally had to step onto the running board of the truck and walk the ledge then jump to the dry spot, it was hilarious! Besides the drainage issues and horrible WiFi and stinky washers in the clubhouse laundry it wasn't bad. The older folks were fun for the most part. We spent a lot of time exploring the area.

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The park is small and cozy. Stayed here for awhile got stuck in a spot out in front by hwy 69. Highway patrol and emergency vehicles blasting by with sirens on all hours day and night responding to accidents became the norm. Owner is great, Semper Fi! On site managers not so much, partying loudly with their guests on the open patio until 1 or 2 am some nights. TV room full of spiders walked through daily but not cleaned? Saw many many people leave because the office was locked up most of the day. No cable was kind of lame, WiFi was hit or miss and somehow stopped working around 10 at night. Not a bad place but would not suggest long term stay.

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The owner is a great guy but actually might be too nice. We stayed for 3 months Dec 14-Feb 15. We love Tombstone and have a lot of friends there. The park was great except for some of the long termers etiquette which was never addressed by the staff. The WiFi basically stopped working and was never fixed after informing the office a few times. I was all to happy to move on when that month was up. Hopefully these people have moved on by now and issues have been resolved.