Date of Stay: April, 2017
I don't understand on what others are basing their review. This place is nothing more than a parking lot! Yes it's fairly level but so is a Walmart parking lot! Falling apart, dirty motorhome parked next to us. No TV reception as noted in other reviews. $26 for a parking space, electric and water and no sewer. Outrageous! I paid less at a state park with full hookups and a nice view. Glad we pulled in at 7 pm and are just here for the night!
Date of Stay: September, 2015
While there is a nice view around the campground, I have to totally disagree with others who state the sites are large. They are not - at least not in the row where they put the short stays. We were right on top of the two trailers on either side of us. When putting out their awning, the woman next door to us was standing right next to my window. There was barely 3 ft between the trailers. I constantly heard this couple speaking. Bathrooms were clean but much in need of rehab. One shower and one toilet in the very small bathroom. Wifi worked intermittently. I was constantly being dropped. I finally gave up and just used my cell service.
Date of Stay: January, 2013
After reading the reviews about this park "being the best in AZ", we were thoroughly disappointed. The sites for RVs are nothing more than a gravel parking lot with hookups. There was a concrete pad with a picnic table, but the rest was gravel. No landscaping. The vehicles accompanying the RVs on the lots next door were parked right next to my RV. Not a pretty view. And the Wi-Fi absolutely does not work! If you have an Apple iPad, you have to go the office and they enter some sort of authorization. (This is not written anywhere. Just find out after complaining to the office when the Wi-Fi would not work!) Even with the authorization, we could never get on with our iPad. My laptop could not log on either or would constantly be bumped off. I rented a router ($120 deposit) from the office. Again, the offer was only made after I complained. The router helped somewhat, but mostly the Wi-Fi did not work. We were also parked across from the dumpster which was constantly full. With the windy conditions, trash and recyclables were blowing onto our site. Maintenance never came to clean up the trash. Bathrooms were nice, but there was only one wash house for the RVs. Showers were always full! Same for laundry room. The park is located on the flyway for both the Tucson International Airport and the nearby military base. Extremely noisy! I would not stay here again or recommend it!
Date of Stay: December, 2012
We chose this park as the mineral pools sounded nice and they were! Staff was also very friendly. The downside was that there was no Wi-Fi unless you set up your own account with a separate company for $30 a month. As the previous reviewer stated the park model homes were very rundown and in some cases deserted. The surrounding neighborhood was also not very nice. It was a 30 minute drive to Palm Springs or Palm Desert. The bathhouse while clean was "cold." It was a bare concrete floor - a type of bathhouse one might find in a state park, but not in a private campground. The sites were also close together. We could hear the dogs barking in the Motorhome next to us. Rate was based on the monthly rate. I would probably not stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
Staff was very friendly. As it was Oct., the pool was not open, but the hot tub was. Although the hot tub closed when the office closed, we did enjoy using the hot tub. The water could have been warmer, but it was still relaxing. Bathrooms were very clean. Nice laundry facilities. We were in the section of the park with grass and trees. We were in the back of the park and had a nice view. Close to Albuquerque. We enjoyed our stay here and would return. Rate was based on a monthly rate.