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Date of Stay:
July, 2016 -
Campground is right off of Route 66. Our site was near the front and so we could hear the road noise but it was not distracting, and winds down at night. The train tracks are nearby but not visible, however you can hear the locomotives pass by as well. They are in a no whistle area so again, not distracting. We did hear it once, but we told there must have been elk on or near the tracks for that to happen. The entry area can get congested if there are multiple rigs checking in at the same time. The office is plain and registration is the old-fashioned pen and paper type. They are open 7a-7p. The staff is friendly and helpful. There are many long term/permanent residents but the staff tries to keep them separated from the short term/overnighters. The width of the sites varies depending on how many trees there are, and some have rocks just above the surface. There is no park lighting beyond the office so a flashlight is needed. Each site has a picnic table and there are some grills located throughout the park. No campfires are allowed. We did not use the facilities. Our site was a full hookup with 30Amp power, but only a single outlet. No other power (such as 20A) is available at the site. Wifi is available at the office/sandwich shop, but we had sporadic coverage from our site. You can use the picnic tables closest to the office and still be in the tree shade while connecting. If it rains (and it did heavily for the first two days of our stay, lots of mini runoffs can occur. The dirt does not mud-up too badly. We toured the other campgrounds in Flagstaff and this is the best of them all, although the price is a bit more than it should be. This RV park is not the greatest; some improvements can be made, but overall we were pleased and would return again. We camped at Woody Mountain Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
10 minutes to NAU or old downtown (lots of restaurants and shops). An hour from the Grand Canyon.