Date of Stay: June, 2010
What do you expect in a desert camp ground? Something must be done with the numerous red ant hills through out the camp ground!
Date of Stay: March, 2010
When we arrived after a 8 hour trip, I was in no mood for shenanigans. The lady at the front desk was through with a bit too much sarcasm for me. We settled in and the site seemed to be decent. I used the rest room and I have never encountered such filthy areas in a KOA. Paper towels seemed to be empty and no one to check them. The so called "caretakers" dogs barked constantly in their camper, however other campers were reprimanded about the rules. These people wrote the book on rudeness. Please avoid this campsite if possible.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
It is a very well laid out park. The staff are very friendly and helpful. One complaint was a toilet was out of order in men's bathroom leaving one for the whole camp ground.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
There was absolutely no shade what so ever. The premium sites were a bit more expensive however it allowed you the use of a picnic table. Picnic tables are not allowed to be moved. If your site is not equipped with one so be it. The pool was shut down for a whole day. In 100+ degrees this is a no no. The staff was mediocre at best for customer service.
Date of Stay: March, 2009
Sites are very cramped. Nothing for kids to do at the site. They advertise WI-FI; however it doesn't work. They also advertise cable hookup, apparently lighting hit the transfer box a YEAR ago and they still don't have cable hook up. You have to leave a $5 deposit for the bathroom key. Although the town of Tombstone is a nice place to visit, I wouldn't put my money into this park again.