1 Park near Cameron, Arizona
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.
May 2016 - $25.00
Check into the "RV Park" first, then go back to the check-in and tell them what site you're in. We pulled into #12 only to find out the power did not work...had to go to #11. When I went to pay, the man said, "Oh yeah, #12 doesn't work...we usually tell people that before they pull in" Oh...how 'bout a sign that says "NOT WORKING"? We are 40-ft and a car trailer. These sites are not long enough. We stuck out both ends into the "aisles". Man said, "it didn't matter". Only 30 amp available. The best part is that it's close to Grand Canyon. The trash looks like it hasn't been emptied in days. With just a little TLC, this could be a nice place to stay for a few days. Odd that the lodge and gift shop are so terrific, yet this place is not up to that standard. Good for an overnight only. Get there early if your rig is long as you can only get in by cutting through other sites that are vacant. - Lastrick
Apr 2016 - $29.00
Great overnight spot and food at Trading Post good. Staff there friendly and helpful. This is second time to stop there never had noise or any problems, well lit
Not as nice as some rv parks but it'll stay on our list.
Sites are gravel and nearby to one another with a sunny/open exposure. - SlicksMom