This is a great park when visiting the Bisbee area for a couple of days mostly due to location. It is right in town and right next door to the Queen Mine which has daily tours-recommended.
The park is sort a no frills but has clean washrooms/showers and it has a dog run area. The manager was friendly and helpful. They are having WiFi issues with their provider and it was down while we were there for 2 nights. - gypsy parrotheads
All sites are back in but the park has ample room to easily get into the sites. Access to the park is via a fairly steep hill but the driveway is paved and not a problem. The park is within easy walking distance of Old Bisbee. We would definitely stay there again. - 5th wheel cmpr
Basically the only game in town. On a hill above the town, and easy walking distance to downtown. There are no basic services/stores downtown- it is all tourist-oriented hotels, B&Bs, restaurants, antiques, art galleries. Interesting, but no place to buy groceries, etc unless you drive a few miles to the "newer" part of town. Sites are in a circle on gravel, fairly level, and you back into them. Some sites had a picnic table, ours did not.
Wifi was not working, had been down for a few days- staff said some people were able to connect, others (including us) were not able to log in due to "too heavy usage". Sounded like this was not uncommon. Decent overnight stop. - SW Rick