Date of Stay: June, 2012
This RV park is barely suitable for an overnight stay. It is definitely not a destination park. For those looking for 50 amps, only one site has it. This is an older campground and definitely not geared to the new, larger RV's. Signage is very poor if you are coming in from the south. Most sites are back in with some pull throughs in the middle. Turns are tight for a larger RV. Also note, extremely high water pressure (136 psi). Pressure reducers are available from the office (additional fee). Internet is also available for an additional fee. We never used the facilities but during the week we stayed here we never saw anyone cleaning the restrooms. The road turning in to this campground is very tight and also in need of maintenance to fix potholes. Grass is mowed regularly. Many permanent residents.
Date of Stay: February, 2012
We stayed at this RV park for 3 months. Beautiful setting, natural desert, walking trails, fitness center, and a pool. All sites are back-in and, except for the premium exterior sites, another RV will be directly behind you so privacy is limited. All interior roads are coarse gravel and would benefit from having a grader go through and pack down the gravel. Walking on the gravel is difficult. There is a nice activity center for people to play bingo, cards, stained glass, etc. There did not appear to be any activity coordinator to plan events. Each week a list of weekly activities was e-mailed and that was appreciated. Pool was only heated when temperatures were above 70'F. Fitness center equipment was minimal;for the number of people wanting to use it. More is needed. The fitness center had an air conditioner but was usually turned off. When the air conditioner was on the room was suitable for use. There is virtually no shopping nearby. If you are looking for isolation in the desert and do not need to shop often this place would be fine. This RV park is definitely more spacious than most of the RV parks in Arizona.