User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

What can I say about my stay at The Motorcoach Resort. The bad is that it is not a "resort". A resort (North American English) is a self-contained commercial establishment that endeavors to provide most of a vacationer's wants, such as food, drink, lodging, sports, entertainment, and shopping, on the premises. The Motorcoach Resort has none of these. It is just a place to park your motorhome overnight and no trailers allowed due to layout. They currently charge $65 plus tax per night to just park. However, as they note on their website, within two miles around the park, there is food, drink, sports, entertainment, casinos, shopping, race tracks, horse back riding, golf and within 5 miles, Chandler has become the most intensely developed shopping area I have ever seen. And all of this is new in the last 5 years. So, the big thing they have going is location, location, location. I was here a week and never got bored. Easy in and out from I-10, the only big rig park for miles and a Love's truck stop you go by to get back on I-10. And they have propane and on-site RV repair across the street. Things that would really help: the office is a block away, so no one from the park office is actually in the park, so I feel like I am left alone in the park. You self-check in at the entrance to the park by picking up your parking assignment from a box. You can drop off outgoing mail at the office. The office needs a big sign on it, as it is hard to identify. I-10 is noisy and there is a motor racing complex across I-10 from the park, that has drag races, circle track races, etc. On the north side of the park is a vacant lot that has been turned into an impromptu motorcycle park for the locals. It all seems to shut off when the sun goes down and the park is quiet at night. The landscaping is minimal. Wi-fi comes and goes. So, the park has a great location, is big rig friendly, but will NEVER be a resort. They should change the name.

Date of Stay:

This KOA is 5 miles up a two lane road. It only has 6 sites with sewer. The rest are water/electric only. It is Sunday morning and I am sitting here watching 30 trailers lined up to dump. Painful. I have one of the 6 sites with sewer. The park is dusty and dry, but is the best park in the area. It is $40 a night cheaper than the parks on the coast, so mostly used by younger folks, new to RVing.

Date of Stay:

We have stayed here a couple of times. No tables at the sites. Very little shade. WiFi is last century and they don't think that it is very important. If you like large gravel spaces then stay here. We have moved down the street where the owners are on site and they have a great social agenda. The owner for Quail Run is a corporation in Yuma.

Date of Stay:

We made reservations to stay here. When we arrived, the site was a vacant lot full of weeds. No central hook ups, just residental stubs left over from a long gone park model. Avoid this place.

Date of Stay:

We spend the month of February here every year. This was the third year. KOA is keeping up the park very well. They just put in all new equipment in the exercise room while we were there. High end and very nice. The pools were spotless. The wifi was marginally better this year, but needs more work. The only issue we had was parents taking kids in diapers into the hot tub and pool. Just happened one night, but we would like it if this was prohibited. Otherwise, a great stay and we will be back next year.

Date of Stay:

The Wi-Fi is industrial strength. I think we are paying $20 for Wi-Fi for the month. It works great. Dsl speed. Best we have ever had in Quartzsite. This park has a LOT going on nearly every day. Games, get-togethers, guest speakers, ice cream socials, exercise classes, crafting, and jam sessions. Really nice staff and owners. Big sites. Great location. This is our new home in Quartzsite. (Admin note: nightly rate based on long term stay.)

Date of Stay:

Great location. Lots of restaurants within walking distance. Try the Cuban Sandwich at Togo's. Really nice people in the office. Very tidy park. WiFi needs work, but the owner says that a new system is on the way that will be seriously fast and stable. This is my new park for the Bay Area.

     

Helpful

Tucson / Lazydays KOA

Tucson, Arizona

Date of Stay:

A new year and the wifi is still TERRIBLE! Security at the front gate is there sometimes. Otherwise the gate is open. There is a lady at the front desk who is still doing a great job. You can no longer drive through the Lazydays front section. You have to come around to the Country Club Road entrance. We will see how KOA handles the wifi. If the wifi does not work, then it is time to look for a park where it does.

Date of Stay:

This is a nice park with non-functioning WiFi. The facilities are nice, the people are nice, but there is no internet unless you go to the office. Lazy Days has a huge investment here, but somehow, they overlooked the importance of a good internet connection to the modern RV owner. We pay our bills, we watch Netflix, we email the kids and grandkids, and strong internet service is becoming a primary criteria for picking out an RV park. If they cannot provide working WiFi, I will have to stay somewhere else in the future.

Date of Stay:

This is our second year to stay in Quail Run RV Park. The new management is great. They have scheduled entertainment in the club room and improved the Wi-Fi. They are very easy to deal with and a great asset to this park. Quail Run RV Park is well laid out and easy for big rigs to get around in. The sites are very large and the hookups are industrial strength. We will be staying here next year. This is the best place to stay in Quartzsite.

Date of Stay:

Nice park, nice staff and really nasty cattle yard smell at night. I will stay here again since it is the only nice RV park for miles, but I will keep my windows shut at night.

Date of Stay:

This is just an older, small town RV/trailer park. Poor, rough roads and a two bar Wi-Fi signal. Sewer outlet has a rock over it because the cap is long gone. The site is dirt/gravel. That said, it is the only park in the area. It is walking distance to a couple of decent restaurants and just behind a Pilot truck stop. There is a nice woman in the office, but whoever owns this park needs to do some upgrading.

Date of Stay:

The park is older and tight for big rigs. WiFi only in the office. The water is from a well and was off color (orange) the night we were there. They said it was OK to drink. The gas station across the street is busy all night and has really bright flood lights. It was not a bad place to stay; in fact, it is the only RV park in the area and I would probably stay there again. The office staff was nice and helpful. It is a solid 5.

Date of Stay:

As the others have said, this is a wonderful park. That said, we just finished 14 days here and the Wi-Fi in the park needs some work. We were in site 27 and the signal came and went the entire time we were here. We will stay again, but I hope whoever is responsible for the Wi-Fi service in the parks department, will have the vendor check and possibly upgrade the service.

Date of Stay:

This is a great KOA. Most of the sites are shaded by large trees. Big rig friendly with long pull throughs. It is 4th of July weekend, and the place is packed and the wi-fi is still going strong. They cook all-you-can-eat breakfast on the weekend for just $3.50. Not all sites have sewer, but there is a dump station on the way out. It is out in the country, so no traffic noise. The staff is hard working and very friendly. The grounds are clean and well maintained. I plan on bringing the grandchildren here next year. We will stay here again.