Beautiful USFS campground surrounded by pine forest. Large, well spaced, paved sites. Some sites have electrical hookups. No water hookups, but water throughout campground. Dump, restrooms and showers. Very well maintained and quiet. Lots of nice walking trails. Short drive to lakes. Rate was with National Parks Senior Pass. Recommend reservations in summer ($9 fee). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice Sitgreaves National Forest campground. It’s set in a ponderosa pine forest on the Mogollon Rim, with easy access from Highway 260. The person who checked us in was friendly. All loops and sites are paved. Some sites can be reserved. Some sites have electric (no water or sewer hookups). Fresh water and dump stations are near the campground entrance. Each site has a fire ring/grill combo and a picnic table. There are plenty of tall pines, shade, and ample room between sites. The shower building has private restroom/shower areas with their own outside door. This building is near the campground entrance. The water saving feature for the shower is the type where you push a button. Water flows only while holding the button in. Someone mentioned the showers were coin operated. When we visited, it did not require coins. Bathrooms here had flush toilets. Vault toilets are scattered conveniently throughout the rest of the campground. Two hiking trails start from within the campground. The one we took went through the forest to a sinkhole. We understand the other trail goes to the edge of the rim. We will try that on our next trip. We will definitely be staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was perfect. The sites were spaced out it was quiet and clean. Bathrooms were clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. There's a store just down the road that has everything that you might need. We bought some stuff and forgot an item 3 hours later came back and picked it up without a hassle. One thing to remember This campground is in the woods, please control the campfire, never leave it unattended!! the host will find it put it out and fine you. Plan on going back next year when they open and catch that BIG trout that got away. lol. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
National Forest Service park with electric! Real camping (in comfort). Level sites in the heart of pine and Aspen trees. A super, quiet, restful get-away. Only 4 pull through sites long enough for our 57'. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a USFS Camp. Near Forest Lakes, AZ. Loop A offers 30 amp electric sites. No water connection but drinking water available near dump station. Very well maintained sites and restroom/showers. We stayed using our Intra Agency Senior Pass. Big pine trees and paved roads in the park. Payson, AZ is 40 miles west on highway 260. Fishing and lakes nearby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wi-Fi is now free and runs well. New camp workers have really shaped this park up. This was our first stay here and I was impressed! This is a sister park to Meridian RV Resort in Apache Junction, so your rates will be lower if you stay in that park as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed here a week after leaving the 100 degree weather in Phoenix. Nice and cool. The park is OK but nothing special. All gravel. Big dog run. Nice lady runs the office. Rate is based upon $150 for the week. Elevation 6500. They are busy in the summer, but it is open year round. No trees in the newer section and good for satellite TV. They charge for wi-fi. Good Verizon signal so I used my 'air card'. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here on our way to Gold Canyon, and on our return. The camp workers are very friendly, we went to dinner with them the first night. Everything is clean as can be, a good dog run, and a pretty setting. You might want to call for directions as the entrance pops up on you and you could pass it. If you're looking for action, go to NYC. A fine place to relax for a few days. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is in a beautiful location. The setting, among the ponderosa pines, made for comfortably cool evenings. The staff was very friendly. It was very clean and well manicured. We enjoyed this area so much that we added two additional nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After traveling the US for nine weeks we were delighted to find a place as nice as this. Clean, level sites; helpful personnel; shade and cool mountain air. We weren't looking for a lot of activity, just a place to wind down and relax and this place fit the bill to a T. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was fine for an overnight stay; any longer and one would be bored, due to no activities at the park and it is located 40 min. away from any hiking, lakes, and activities. Therefore, I would not consider this a "family friendly" park. They were experiencing many electrical issues and we had to ask to be switched to another site, even though management knew our site was affected at check in. Park is right off of a highway and traffic noise was very noticeable. Would not stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Quiet park in a quiet area of Arizona. No problems with any of the hookups, and WiFi worked fine. We chose an open site so we could use our satellite mounted on the top of our motorhome. Laundry facilities were very clean, good washers and dryers, and very reasonable in comparison to other parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came in a week after a serious car accident. Neither the wife or I were able to do much physical work. Keith, work camper, I think, immediately came over and did virtually all the set up chores including the sewer hose. He and his wife were so nice and gracious. Great WiFi and open for satellite reception. We plan to go back for a month later in the summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are here on a monthly basis until October. The park changed ownership on the day we arrived and in just a couple of weeks the park has been upgraded/improved 100%. The staff is friendly and responsive to any needs. The owner is taking a hands-on approach in all the improvements. The facilities are clean and well maintained. The rates are comparable to other parks in the area. We plan to come back here next summer also. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park had just changed ownership on the 9th of June and you could see the new owners were working hard to up grade the park already. Workers all over the place. They were pulling out the old junk trailers. The restaurant was closed but they said they were bringing in a fresh produce stand and some bbq stuff to.. We will stop here next year and stay longer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.