Everything everyone said before me is true. But, I am very pleased to have stayed at this park. It has the strongest no excuse internet I have ever experienced in an RV park and I have been in many. The movie 3:10 To Yuma was filmed here. The rock formations are beautiful. The way in is a dirt road but a very good one. There is no signs to reference that they have RV parking. Just keep going :) I would highly recommend this park to my friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really meant for people with their horses, although they did have casitas for rent. Our site was not level and it appeared all pull-throughs were like that. It met our needs because it was close to recreation we were interested in. Restaurant and bar on site which seemed to draw locals. Close to I-10 but very quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate based on one week stay. Mixed feelings about this park. Pros: very quiet mid-week, it felt like boondocking with full hook ups; some neat trails on the property. Cons: Some trash left in nooks and crannies; people haven't picked up after their pets in a long time; some common areas are dilapidated; no laundry on site; price is high for what you get. That said, I like quirky and rustic over fancy, so I'd probably stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As the name implies, this is a "ranch" style park so, set your expectations accordingly. The staff was great and the check-in process was easy. The roads and RV sites are dirt but easily navigated. The site was fairly large and was level side-to-side with a bit of a slope front-to-back. The water pressure was great and didn't require a pressure regulator. The sewer connection was very good as well. Only a few sites had a table/chairs or picnic table. Pros: Beautiful setting on a large ranch with lots of trails to explore. Great staff. "Roughing-it" feel with the convenience of full hook-ups. Cons: Restrooms and showers are quite a distance from the RV sites. Wi-Fi is available but is intermittent, poor strength and is very slow. We prefer these types of parks over the resort style parks and will likely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place is a great place to spend time. The sites are level, and there is lots of room between. They have horses, and a great staff to show you around. The saloon and restaurant is open Friday and Saturdays. Saturday a band plays, so get reservations, because people come from all over. The facilities include upscale cabins so families not RVing, can stay here also. Lots of things to see close by. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is in beautiful Texas Canyon, just off the I-10 going toward Willcox. The Amerind Museum is next door and worth several hours. Horse-back rides were available, but we did not take one. Friendly staff. Dry camping was available, too. Sites were on dirt. Not a fancy place..a bit of the old West. We camped here in a Motorhome.