2 Parks near Amado, Arizona
Oct 2015 - $34.00
This is a seriously fine RV park. Superb facility and well-managed. This would be a great place to spend an extended stay, although we stayed just four nights. Campsites are spacious, many with great views of the mountains. Utilities are first class, public meeting places, such as fire ring and meeting
/activity building, are clean and cheerful. - SeeTheUSA
Apr 2015 - $36.00
I can not say enough wonderful things about this resort. A beautiful salt water pool (though on the cold side), a jacuzzi, a HUGE clubhouse. Lots of activities.
The snowbirders make a wonderful community, full of fun and activities. You can step out your back door and hike the desert.
The owners are good people. They're the sort you meet and walk away and say to yourself, "They are good people."
I'm trying to think of a negative to be fair and round out my review... but there is none. Great place, great people, wonderful people. Surrounding area great for exploration and learning.
And the view is spectacular, wake up every morning to the mountains. See the stars at night. - Kayla Genteel
Apr 2015 - $34.00
The park is your typical desert park. The park itself is very well kept. Buildings are old but well maintained. Internet (as we usually find) is not good. The staff was friendly. They have a restaurant on premise and we had the fish. One of the worst meals we have ever had. Can't speak for other items on the menu. Well located for local attractions. We would stay there again. - Steve & Terri
Nov 2015 - $30.00
The park is still tired, but the staff are friendly. However, the year-round residence are not. The pool was locked off the whole time we were there despite warm days. Almost no one cleans up after their dogs - they have the work campers doing this every so often. But the view is good, the location is close to the highway between Tucson and Nogales, and there was a place to walk next to the park. They did sell beer & wine and a few groceries. - Lke
Mar 2012 - $29.00
The folks are very friendly here, but the park is old and tired. We were warned by a current camper here to stay near the front, since the back sites are pretty "trashy." I didn't look, but took site 10 and it's fine. Nice views of the Santa Rita mountains are just outside your window. The internet link which I used was very quick, but is an "open" link from nearby. Propane is available here too. - Red Wolf Deux
Feb 2012 - $18.00
We stayed here 4 nights, but would only come back for 1 night if necessary. Rate was more than PPA but less than posted rate. When questioned I was told that was because they were full. Park is older venue with lots of permanent residents. Staff friendly . Sites for overnighters and big rigs are placed in back row that requires more than one attempt to square up in your spot. Spots are fairly level gravel, but roads are dusty and rough with pot holes. Speed limit not enforced. We were told that the sites had cable, but ours was not anywhere to be found. Power was marginal at best. I was hooked up to 30 amp, and there was not enough power at times to run a small electric space heater. Made staff aware of this and was told they were aware of the problem and had plans to change the transformer. No time line given. Other RVers experienced the same problem. - DR68