This was a very nice stop for the night. It was close to I-10 with easy on & off the freeway. The highway noise was far enough away to not be noticed. Train noise also was not close so it was of no bother to us. We had 50 amp. electric with cable TV. The water pressure was good and each site has sewer. Also, there are cement patios at each site and picnic tables. The real surprise was how clean and nice the restroom/shower rooms were. We will stay here again. - Dave - Kathy
Friendly staff. Large pull thru. 55 channels. Quiet. Would stay again. - Marlen
Overnight stay, did have cable TV that was decent. Internet was available at a charge of $3/24 hours. Allowed small pets, but was very restrictive about where the pet could be. Specifically stated that the pet "was only allowed on the path to and from the pet area" which was basically an open field. - Rick & Pam
Like a lot of older KOAs, facilities have not been upgraded in decades. The owners - an elderly Korean couple - were helpful, however communication was sometimes a problem. The bathrooms and laundry were clean though 50 years out of date. Basic cable was suppose to have 12 channels however we were never able to get more than 5 clearly. As others have noted the major selling point for this campground is its distance from the RR and I-10 which keeps noise to a minimum. Very little shade so most sites heat up quickly. The rear of the campground has a pond but the area around it is overgrown and being used as a dump for brush. Also there are some abandoned vehicles and campers in this area making it particularly unattractive for a stroll. Campground is OK for overnight. - longgone
A little expensive for off-season but otherwise an adequate park. Park is not particularly attractive, but it's far enough off the interstate and train tracks to be very quiet. Owners are very nice and helpful and work constantly to keep the place up. Small pool was clean, residential-type hot tub was not operating. Bathrooms were rustic but clean. Laundry was just OK, but was inexpensive. The cable was adequate, but the Wi-Fi didn't work very well. Sites are dirt and gravel, adequate in length and width for a big rig. Hookups are well-placed. There were a lot of ant hills and we were glad none got into our rig. We had the whole front of the park to ourselves a couple of nights. Convenient to shopping in town and local attractions. It looks to be like it might be the best park in town. - Luvtheroad
This is my park of choice when passing through or visiting the area (close to Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns, etc.). It is the only park in Benson that has no freeway noise or sitting so close to the busy train tracks that sleep is impossible. It is an older KOA, sites and road are gravel, level and good space between sites. Easy in and out for any size rig, utilities are well placed and work properly. Wifi is better than most, and with a few small trees satellite connect is available. They now have a nice enclosed dog run which we always appreciate, though there is acres of open "dog walk" area which we use for off leash play. Owners are very helpful and friendly and they have a nice store stocked with the essentials. This isn't the paved pretty campground like the nearby Butterfield, but it doesn't have the train noise and is quiet and serene. - Dogs and Cats
Wonderful rv park. Lots of activities. Very clean restrooms, I don't think I have ever seen anything cleaner. Even the laundry room was very clean. Office has great hours from 8-5 seven days a week. Pool was closed for a couple of days for safety as the wind had blown a lot of yellow pollen into the water but after the filters cleared it we enjoyed our time in the water. I will be back. - Dave and Linda
We stayed for 7 days and 5 of those days the pool was closed. The water looked foggy and they must have had problems with it. The restroom was dirty and the same dirt stains on the floor were there for 5 days. Also the trash can was over flowing so no one had cleaned in there for awhile. Just about every time we went to the office it was closed. When we came to register on arrival we had to wait about 5 minutes at the front desk as the clerk was in back and said she'd be right out. We had cable TV but not many channels. One channel went out and never came back leaving us with one less channel. This used to be a very nice resort and we looked forward to relaxing by the pool but being closed most of the time, we were not able to use it. We were not satisfied with our stay and would not stop here again. It seemed to have gone downhill. - Dave - Kathy
We stayed at this park last year and loved it so much came back again this year. Last year we thought the park was already great, but this year it seemed even better! Roads resealed, picnic tables painted, and just as before, friendly as ever! We were told that April is the first month of the off season, so most of the staff is gone forcing them to close the office for an hour at lunch. I was amazed that they were still open 7 days a week until 5 pm. We have been to a lot of parks in off season, only to find very limited everything. They even had a few activities still going on at Butterfield. Even with their summer skeleton staff, the park was still very clean, great bathrooms, and clean showers. The pool was closed for a few days when we were there...while it was sad to not be able to use it, we had to admire how hard the manager was working to get it re-opened. The park has a pine tree at every site, (not common in AZ) which we love, but some high winds and lots of pollen made it really difficult to keep the pool clean.
We love the park, the people, and everything this area has to offer so much we are thinking about buying a park model! - Dave and Kim
Very nice park large sites,some with concrete others with gravel. Staff very helpful great views. Easy access from I-10. - USAF1
What a beautiful, well managed park! We only stayed one night but were really impressed. Check-in was friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our long, level pull-through site. We were near the "Crow's Nest" (clubhouse) which gave us a decent (free) Wi-Fi signal. When we checked in, we were told that they serve a small evening meal in the Crow's Nest and we were given a coupon for 2 free dinners... chicken wraps and a free soda or coffee or bottled water. Such a nice touch! Our P.A. rate represents about a 30% discount off the regular nightly rate. Would definitely return if in the area. - Denise Kirk
This is one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed in. The grounds are immaculate and the staff are friendly. Long pull thru sites with beautiful views. Big pool and hot tub. Clean laundry room. Wifi worked great & lots of TV channels. They even fly the Canadian flag, along with the American & State flag. Would definitely stay here again! - 69636
Really nice state park with lots to do in the park and in the area. One big ding is that a lot of sites are really unlevel front to back. We were in 2 different sites and could not get level even with our air leveling system and blocks. Staff was very friendly. Some site have lots of space between them and others do not. Verizon signal was not very good (1 bar of LTE sometimes). Caverns are really neat and there are great hiking trails in the park. Convenient to Tombstone and Bisbee for day trips. I would recommend seeing both while your in the area. - Crazyrvfamily
$25 per night (in addition, there is a $5 nonrefundable fee to make an online reservation) was for a level asphalt pad 30-amp electric and water site. There was a picnic table on each site. Sites are generous and have desert vegetation throughout and the trees will offer shade once they leaf out. Many types of birds and butterflies were flitting about and lizards zipped along the ground or up a tree trunk. All sites had a 360° view of the surrounding cactus-filled desert and mountains. This campground is located several miles southwest of Benson, which offers all conveniences. All the facilities were in immaculate condition. The main attraction is, of course, Kartchner Caverns-guided tours (no self-guided tours allowed) are available by reservation. There are multi-use trails that are accessed along the perimeter of the campground. AT&T service was nonexistent. Verizon coverage was three bars of 4G LTE. There was the only one over-the-air TV station. We received several radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
This is probably the nicest State Park we have stayed at. The sites are very large. The scenery is beautiful, and it is located in an area where there is a lot to do and see. The Caverns are a must to see. Because the Park is located on a hill, it takes some leveling, in some cases 4 to 6 inches. Overall this gets a 10. - DBG
All staff were extremely accommodating and friendly! Many planned activities and hikes for those wishing to join. Pot luck once a week with a house band performing after. Saturday night dance at least once a month with house band and some talented park members occasionally singing along! Propane in park with pick up and delivery service. Ducks and birds! - Doug and Barb Gilbart
The other reviews must have been done by friends. The campground is right under I-10 with lots noise there. Then the double train track is two blocks away and trains are blowing their horns all night coming through every thirty minutes to one hour. The wifi does not work and talked to two other campers who reported that it did not work for them either. Was told the wifi was free but it is advertised and certainly is included in the price. Would never stay there again. - Annie Mae
We were in a long pull through site on pea gravel. Very friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere. They have a large hill behind the park and a couple of washes that go across for water runoff. We were there right after a couple of days of steady rain. The only reason I did not give a 10 rating was because there was no dry place to walk the dog for a couple of days, had to deal with some sticky red mud. Sites were high and dry though. There is also a lot of train whistle noise. They are frequent and blow their horns all night long. - roamnoldies
This is an old park but very clean. We stopped here because of the very nice city golf course. The park itself sits right along the freeway at about the same elevation, and along with the trains the noise is just about unbearable, but for two nights we made it. Next time we will pass on this one. The 30 amp sites are very tight, but the manager or owner is very nice, so there you have it. - monaco cruiser
Stayed here 2 nights at Passport America rate (actually, $10.75) It was okay for a couple of nights, but sites weren't very big. Other campers and staff were okay, but didn't talk much. Price was very good, though, and we'd stay there again if we were passing through Benson. - Bobbi1948
This park is right off of I-10 but we didn't get a lot of traffic noise. Sites are level and gravel with a picnic table. There are some long term residents but the park is relatively neat and clean. All sites are satellite friendly, but no Wi-Fi internet. Our rate is the Passport America rate for one of the six 50A pull through sites. 30A sites are $1.50 less. PA is available with no restrictions. - Ned
Very, very nice park. We arrived intending to stay one week and stayed two. Lots of activities that all guests are welcome, even encouraged to attend. Happy hour every afternoon, numerous craft groups, card games, breakfasts, dinners and many other activities really kept us busy. This is the friendliest place we have been to. It is also very dog friendly.
The park has a number of transient spaces, but most of the sites are leased by Co-op members. We were fortunate enough to be assigned one where the lessees were traveling.
The park is surrounded by hundreds of acres of desert with miles of trails to explore. The dogs had a great time here.
Rate quoted is based on the weekly rate without electricity. Our power bill for two weeks was $67. - bobcovey
One of the best parks we've stayed in. Would rate "10" if they had wifi throughout the park. We happened to be near the clubhouse, so were able to pick up wifi. Clean, friendly, well maintained park. Clubhouse w/ weekly breakfasts and dinners-terrific entertainment! Some of the residents have created adorable little "casitas" on their sites and you may receive a park tour upon request. Can't say enough good things about this park and its residents, we look forward to returning! - lovinretirement
Beautiful park with lots of daily activities. Also has an exercise room. Would definitely recommend for an extended stay. This was our first stay so got a week for $50, normally more. Short terms stay in unused long term spots. - Smokinghawk49
We stayed here for a month in Feb. and March. Monthly rate is 350.00. Great park, wonderful people. There is a indoor pool and spa.
We came in a travel trailer but bought a motor home, while we were there. All the staff there are super friendly.This is the second year we have stayed here. Will definitely go back to this park again. - The Howards
Nice park. Needs nicer attitude. Good activities and music. With a little sprucing up, can be very good. The RVers and MH owners don't mingle much. Would stay here again just for the music. - jbanner77
Rude managers. Didn't give us a 'Hi, glad you're here' type of feeling. We will not stay here again. - B4Bob4
This was a great place to stay. Very friendly staff. Great value. Good location with lots of close places to see, Kartchner Caverns, Tombstone, Tucson. - DavidWM
This family-run place worked perfectly for our late arrival. The folks were extremely nice on the phone and the park was well-tended and clean with discrete lights on lampposts. We picked up a late arrival packet and left the cash in the morning--total of $28.19 for 30 amp service, water and waste hookup. They have a pool, hot tub and clubhouse if you stay longer than we did. - J_T
When we visited the campground it was a week after a flooding rain and the grounds were not in the best of shape. Flood or not there needs to be some site beautification. There are trees but they are small and sparse. Don't count on them giving much shade. There are gravel lots with a picnic table. The bathrooms and showers are clean as well as the pool and hot tub area. There is a clean small club room which is used for functions. Free WIFI is available there, but if you want it in your camper, you will pay extra. There is also a $3 a day extra "resort" fee. I really don't consider this place a resort! The coin laundry is clean and is complete with ironing board, a folding table and a rack to hold coat hanger items. The lady who is in charge is friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable about area attractions. The park is located near historic Tombstone, The Amerian Museum (a must), Tucson, ghost towns, Cochise Stronghold, and a cavern. I didn't give a higher score because there needs to be more landscaping. It is was not very inviting when we first drove in. I would stay there again. - urlookingood