Date of Stay: May, 2008
We rented a space for 3 nights, and stayed here the first and third nights. The second night we stayed at the lodge at Supai Village having hiked there to see the Havasu and Mooney falls(well worth the muscle-aching hike both ways). When we were checking in at this KOA, the lady asked what we would be doing while in Seligman. We told her about the hike, and she said that the rate for the second night’s stay would be cut in half since we would not be here. That is some service! As for the trains, they are close by and they are long but the only loud part is the sound of the first four engines. After that the rail cars just drone on by without clickity clacks. Also, they do not blow horns. Bring earplugs just in case. All sites are pull-through. The bathrooms are dated but clean. There is no CATV but that just forced us to create other ways to amuse ourselves. Priceless! Nightly rate includes one extra person, KOA discounts, and taxes.
Date of Stay: July, 2006
Nice CG. We stayed for 3 nights. Nights were quiet except for the rain and thunder. But we didn't mind those noises. The major road construction work next to the park is near completion with only striping to be done. Rest rooms and showers were quite clean. But no available soap for hand washing after using the toilet. Rocky roads and sites (as the name implies) and many trees but not all provide shade for units. There was no dust problem during our stay. Our site had plenty of room for the 25' TT, the large P/U truck, and the picnic table. The staff members were friendly and not intrusive. We'll be going back again, someday.
Date of Stay: April, 2006
Very clean park and restrooms. Continental breakfast is free to guests. The best feature of this CG is the people who run the place. They really seem to love what they do and want their guests to have an excellent experience.
Date of Stay: January, 2006
We spent 2 nights here while our house was being fumigated. It's a pleasant area very close to the 91 FWY. Moderate number of seasonal campers in CG but did not degrade the experience. Bike/running/walking trails near by. While the CG is next to the Santa Ana River, you should be told that access into the river basin and the waters is usually not allowed by law. It's a river to look at rather than to use.