1 Park near Cameron, Arizona
Sep 2016 - $24.00
This would be a reasonable overnight stop for anyone under about 38 feet (and that is pushing it). Previous reviews have said they were allowed to stick out into the road, but it appears they are putting in a new row of sites, and this is no longer an option. I had to unhitch my 27" trailer. The park is on a big slope, so you will need to level side to side. Utilities are in very good condition and appear new. Very weak verizon, available sporadically. Weak wifi, only available at one place over in the resort. No o/a tv channels. You have to go across the highway to pay, but there is a tunnel underneath the road. The gift shop and restaurant are nice and the customer service good. - KAP99
Aug 2016 - $24.00
A good overnight stop. Pick your site and go to the hotel check-in across the highway to check-in. Ask for the WiFi code at this point. Weak, but occasional accessible in the campground. The campground is on a slope so be prepared to level side-to-side on the gravel-sand full hook-up sites. Electric power was strong. Verizon signal was there, but weak. This is one of the few places to park overnight between Grand Junction and Flagstaff. I'd pick this place for an overnight if visiting Grand Canyon. - SunStar203
May 2016 - $23.00
As others have noted you first find a vacant space and then go over to the Trading Post across the street and pay. Very basic but at least it had full hookups. Our friends' 40' motorhome with tow vehicle stuck out into the road. We would stay here again, but only for an overnight. - HS R.