Date of Stay: September, 2016
Just love this campground! Nice, secure, quiet place to spend some quality time. Campsites and huge and well maintained. No sewer hook ups, but has water and electric both 30 and 50 amp. Hookups nicely placed and easy to use. Picnic tables and fire rings at all campsites, we camped site #13 had lots of shade. Camp hosts and park rangers very friendly and helpful. Fishing at the lake is encouraged and bike trails are available also. Lots of places to visit while staying here also, Cottonwood is very close, Jerome is a nice historical place to visit and Sedona is very close also (Red Rocks) country. Would highly recommend this campground. Stayed here in a 34' 5th wheel. Would have given it a 9 if it had sewer hook ups and a 10 if it had cable. However satellite was easy to get set up!
Date of Stay: July, 2016
Would have given it a higher rating except for the noisy highway right behind out unit. Very clean park, very friendly with lots of small dogs and a great dog area. Clean restrooms but old and only one shower and one bathroom. Friendly hosts and nice for a night or two while exploring the area. Cool temps and lots to see. Plenty of restaurants around the area and very good. Ate at Junes and the Red Onion and both were very good. Would stay again if we could get away from the highway. Hookups were placed right, however sites not real level.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
What a wonderful park and the views are the most beautiful I've seen. We parked in a full service site with our rear bay window looking out over the ocean, doesn't get much better, view wise that is! Spots are a bit tight and some are very difficult to get into, we have a 34' 5th wheel and had to move the dumpster to get ours backed in. Very easy to use services, water, electric, sewer and cable T.V. Little hamburger shop is the best! Morning barretoes are the best I've ever had and one will feed two normal folks, a must try while staying here. Sunsets are the greatest and watching the whales, dolphins and seals go by is so great. Lots of birds also! Sites are a bit tight and the locals reserve sites by placing a tent on the spot......HATE this process. If you arrive on a Thursday or Friday forget it, the locals have gotten all the good sites, bad practice the county should discontinue this ASAP! First come first serve so get there late afternoon Sunday or early in the week to get a good spot. Don't let anything you what out over night, it will NOT be there in the morning. Lots of transients that will steal anything that isn't nailed down!!!
Date of Stay: August, 2015
Nice campground with roomy sites. Everything worked great, lead to my site and settled in for three day stay. All services easy to excess, water, electric and sewer. No cable T.V. but satellite reception worked just fine. I would recommend this campground. Lots to see in the area, convenient to the Grand Canyon and other sites in the area. Williams has some nice restaurants and nice shopping if your interested.
Date of Stay: May, 2015
Very nice park with some great views of the Ocean,however a bit pricey for what is available. Very clean and the services (water, electric, sewer) easy to use and convenient. Hosts were very nice and helpful, people friendly enough and lots to do in Malibu, plus you have the Ocean. The first site we had #24 was not very level and we had a rather difficult time getting into it. They moved us to P6 which was a pull thru and that was nice. Sites 18, 17 ,16, 15 ,20, 30, C, D, E ,are nice sites, Sea Food resturant right below the campground is GREAT.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
Very nice campground if you love fantastic views and beautiful sunsets. Beach is great at low tide and lots to do and see in the area. If you want a nice spot get there early Sunday or Monday during the months of November thru May. June thru Sept are very difficult months to camp at this campground. Also, keep everything of value locked up at night, if not locked up it will walk away! We loved it and would highly recommend it for a nice relaxing few days.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
We enjoyed this campground a lot. Had nice wide spots and was easy to pull into. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Nights were beautiful and we loved all the stars. Close to grocery stores and shopping but yet far enough out, to feel alone in the wilderness. Camp fires were permitted which was great. Lots of rain so foliage was plentiful which was good and bad, the dog was covered in burrs. You pull in through the gate, park, walk back to register and they assign a spot, which is okay. I guess if you know of a spot and it is open you can request it and get it. Nice place and we will return.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
Park is very well maintained. Nice large sites and easy to get in and out of with no problems. Very friendly staff, nice dog area, close to shopping, very safe, locked at night. Just an overnight for us but they were getting ready for all their winter visitors. Nice place: we would stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
Nice campground with big sites and pretty well spaced. Some may be a bit difficult for big rigs to get into. Friendly staff and they keep it pretty clean. The town was pretty nice also, although we got here one week too late, everything had closed down and they were getting ready for ski season so we didn't get to ride up to the top of mountain or anything else like that. Would go back again, very relaxing.
Date of Stay: September, 2008
Very nice clean and well maintained adult park. Would have gotten a (10) if they provided fire rings. Very friendly and helpful staff. Restrooms very clean. We had a pullthrough site and it was great. A little highway noise but not really not that bad. Nice dog walks also. Staff always cleaning something and always willing to stop and talk or assist in any way. Provided coffee and donuts one weekend morning which made it easy to meet some other peopl. Would stay here again.
Date of Stay: August, 2008
Only half the park was open and it was extremely HOT, over 100! Park overun with weeds and not very well maintained. Restrooms were clean and neat. Not much going on during the summer months when the temp is over 100. Will come back in the fall or winter time, might be better then. Lots of shopping around the area and all is new. New large Wal-Mart coming soon.
Date of Stay: February, 2008
Very nice campground and lots to see around Tucson. Nice clean restrooms and very friendly staff. Nice spacing between spots and pretty level. Will stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
Excellent park, very well maintained! Clean restroom and a very peaceful setting. Nice views of the lake, picnic tables and fire rings, however we were not allowed to start a fire this time. Will camp here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
Very friendly and helpful staff, however no picnic tables or fire rings. New campground and therefore very dusty and no trees for shade,but would stay there again. Very close to town, shopping and restaurants. Train noise not too bad, but really no place to sit out and enjoy the sites unless you are in the outer row in the back of the campground. Site 12-13-14-15 would be my choice the next time around.