I loved this park. Landscaping is amazing. Flowers everywhere. Very well taken care of. Very clean park. We stayed a week. Camp Host was very friendly. We will go back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Dry camping only. Nice quiet park in the tall pines. Dump was not included in park fee and cost $6.00. Restaurant in walking distance. Satellite TV reception in some sites. Verizon Wireless worked good. Tables and fire rings at most sites. This is a US Forest Service campground. Ranger station across the street. Close to Show Low with Walmart, Walgreens and other shopping available We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground that's similar to a forest service campground. 8 electric sites. Sites were not level but we had no problems leveling out. We were in site # 31 with electric. We were able to get our dome satellite in and we had a decent cell and air card signal. A fire ring with a grate and a pedestal BBQ along with a nice picnic table is provided. Campground is open year round taking reservations during their high season. We arrived mid Oct. and the sites were first come. Discounts are given with the Golden Age Pass that you can purchase at a Rangers Station. We paid $15.00 because we used our pass otherwise an electric site is $26 a night. Dump station available and potable water is available near the restrooms. Play ground is fenced in and next to the campground office/store. Lake is across the road with a boat dock but people were using it to fish off of. Stores are close by with lots of restaurants to choose from. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've been coming here once or twice every year for 6 years. It is still as nice as ever in terms of facilities, service, and atmosphere. They have instituted a reservation policy so beware. If you don't have a reservation you might have to jump sites in the middle of a stay. We were here early in the year, and the CG was not crowded, but some other campers had to move in the middle of their stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
About a mile south of town, this park has some sites with 30 amp power, but none with water or sewer. There is a dump station and central water source. Interior roads are brand new gravel--it hadn't packed down yet when we were there, so our heavy RV created some ruts. Some of the roads can't be navigated by a big rig, and probably only a quarter of the sites are large enough for a large RV. They are mostly back-ins. The sites are generally quite large, but the relatively narrow roads make it difficult to turn a large RV into them. Each site has a picnic bench, fire ring, and barbecue. There are different rates for pull-throughs, lakeside sites, and electric sites. Our rate reflected the federal Senior Pass rate for an electric site. The rates are spelled out on their web site. The handful of lakeside sites are across the road from the vast majority of the sites, and they are all quite small. At 6,600' the weather is pleasantly cool here when it is blistering in Phoenix. There are warnings about bears. There are many mature trees, screening some sites from one another. There is a boat launch. Excellent Verizon voice and data signal. It's easy to find a spot for a satellite dish, and the trees are short enough that a roof-top dish will work in most sites. We were the only visitors in the park one of the two days we spent there. We would definitely stay there again in the off season, when the sites big enough for us are available. We camped here in a Motorhome.