6 Parks near Camp Verde, Arizona
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Very nice park. Office staff very friendly. Escorts show you to your site, also help you pull in, giving you directions so you don't run into anything. Pool & spa were clean. Nice dog run area .. Easy access from I17. Lots to do in the area with the casino across the freeway. Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale, Cornville, and Page Springs made for great day trips. Will stay again in the the fall...Kinda warm in June.. WiFi was good. Cable Tv also good. Showers were very clean.. - Yepwearedoingit
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Easy to get to from I-17. Wide paved interior roads, concrete pads wide enough to park the coach and toad. Very nice park. We stayed here because the park in Sedona was full and we're very glad they recommended to us. The location of this park makes getting to Sedona and the nearby towns very easy. There is some road noise but it really didn't disturb us. This area is prone to high winds, especially in the afternoon, so don't leave your awning out when you leave for the day. - dickens
Jun 2015 - $34.00
The only drawback was that they just hardly have shade. I wish they had more and bigger trees. Our AC could not keep up with the heat.
Our site was a back in, and had grass. We chose it since our dog likes to sit outside and loves the grass. It was really big area that we were able to play frisbee with her.
The staff is so great too and very friendly. They have a great exercise room, probably the best we came across so far and I mean it!
I can see how we could have enjoyed it more if we came during winter or fall time, in other words avoid the month of June!!
The campground is well designed, it really is very beautiful, even though it is close to a not so busy highway, it wasn't a problem since the AC was working 24/7.
We stayed there for just few nights.
(If you have Passport America you can only get the discount for one night and only in specific sites. We paid $18 for the first night.) - MikeMayNaama
Feb 2015 - $22.00
This wouldn't be a bad park if it was located somewhere else! It is right next to the freeway and incredibly noisy. (No mention of that on their website-- just very deceptive photos). It's impossible to enjoy sitting outside with the constant roar. The noise makes sleeping difficult. The WiFi is terrible -- so very, very slow. No refunds are given for any reason, even with several days notice. The owner is rude, but the park managers are pleasant. I would never stay here again. Too noisy! - IngaMari
Feb 2015 - $18.00
We visited here twice this winter, our time out from Thousand Trails, and the owners are super. The office has moved to near the entrance and the former building is now a private residence of owner and family. WiFi is okay, not great. HDTV draws about 15 local stations. The sites are gravel with patios and landscape around the stanchions, plenty of room in the pull throughs and back-ins are easy to access. The long term residents in the park are all cordial and friendly. There are some organized activities but space is limited. We find this a very pleasant place to stay during our time out from Verde Valley and will return. - SilverBear
Oct 2014 - $18.00
Rate is Passport America price for one night. This was a gem of find. A small campground which is wonderfully maintained and landscaped. We had a full hookup 50 amp pull-thru site which was pretty level. Sites are a bit close together. Roads and sites are gravel. Very nice pool and hot tub and common areas. Access road was a little rough. Make sure to follow campground instructions to get here. GPS might take you the wrong way. Not far off of I-17. Free WiFi which was adequate, but rather slow other than early in the morning. We would definitely stay here again. - krb
Apr 2015 - $34.00
After staying in other Arizona "Resorts" that where dusty and dirty and had a higher GS rating it was a pleasure to stay in this park with paved roads, gravel parking for your rv and a concrete patio. Employees were easy going and willing to help with any problem that may arise. Pet friendly as long as the pet is 35lbs or less. Will stay here again if in the area. - roscoe01
Nov 2014 - $34.00
We enjoyed our stay at this quiet, beautiful RV Park. Owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. The park is clean and well maintained. Sites are level with a nice concrete pad and grass area. We enjoyed walking around the park and surrounding area with our dogs. We will come here again for sure! - hilarlee
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Very clean and nice park with helpful owner. Seems to stay full most of time so make reservation if possible. We had a very long pull-through gravel site that required only slight leveling. No cable TV. Good Wi-Fi (we have external antenna). Utilities worked fine. Follow directions from website and be aware that there is no sign at the Hwy 260 exit. - threehendersons
May 2012 - $30.00
A great inexpensive place to park a rig to visit all the fabulous scenery within an hours drive, i.e., the red rocks, Sedona, Jerome, the Verde Valley RR, etc. Great people, clean facility, right off the Interstate. Reservations made for next year, too much to see in the area to get it all this year. Good luck to the friendly staff, they've earned it. - george447
Apr 2010 - $32.00
A small park along the main road into town, close to grocery store and PO. Came here for the convenient location and cable TV (many channels, but not sharp). Weekly price was good, $167 w/ cable but daily price is too high: $30 + $2 cable. Only 2 unisex bathrooms, large but not cleaned the past 4 days. Only has 2 washer/dryers. Entire surface of park is rock, which your dog will hate. At least half the place consists of residents; very few travelers came in. Much nicer parks available in the area. - Annie's Song
Jan 2010 - $30.00
The manager was friendly and helpful at check-in. Roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. Some sites have the sewer connection near the front requiring a long hose. The park is convenient to downtown Camp Verde with easy access to and from I-17. We stayed here for a week for $160. There are no discount plans, but taxes are included in the rates. There is a propane fill station, a dump station and laundry. - Ned
Feb 2015 - $10.00
Nice older park. Quiet, clean and basic. No amenities or frills, just a great, quiet restful place. - work2fish
Nov 2014 - $1.00
Rate is Resorts of Distinction. Level sites. Dusty dirt roads. Very few 50 amp sites and they are taken as soon as available so plan on getting 30 amp. Verizon signal and throughput is better than it used to be. Host was friendly and helpful when we checked in after office closed. Bathrooms and laundry were clean and worked fine. Park is nothing special but we had no problems. - cwier
Nov 2014 - $5.00
We had a very poor experience with someone in the office who I presume was the manager. She told us that we had underpaid by several dollars during the first force days visit at the park but we needed to pay more for the last three when I declined because I realize that she was ignorant of the pricing structure that she had agreed to with Coast To Coast memberships we opted to check out and find other accommodations for the next three nights. If you get the right person in the office you can have a good time at the park it is level, secluded, and spacious. However if you get the wrong person in the office be prepared to either overpay by three times or prove to the office staff that your price is the one they should charge. Because people to people trumps people to campsite I cannot give this campsite any more than two buttons had this person not been ignorant rude and inconsiderate I would give this campground eight buttons. - Wanders
Jun 2015 - $42.00
This is a well maintained adult-oriented park, staff were friendly and helpful at check in. Roads and pads are gravel, our level pull through site was spacious and big rig access was good. Quiet with plenty of space around our RV to park our towed. There was a split rail fence in between each site with shrubs and trees for privacy, and the huge cottonwoods were wonderful for shade. A small picnic table was also on site. A few long term residents, but they kept their sites neat and tidy and were very friendly. The laundry was clean and well equipped. The bathrooms were spotless. Pet friendly with a pet walk area and a pet play area, but they do enforce the pick up after your pets rule. WiFi and cell were good. There was a pretty walking trail all along the creek. You will find food stores in Cottonwood about 15 miles down the road and plenty of sightseeing all around this area. We would stay here again. - tobyjug
Apr 2015 - $36.00
This is a very nice RV Park. The sites are roomy by RV park standards. Everything is neat and cared-for. Each site is level and has a nice picnic table, with lots of huge cottonwood trees, and trees/shrubs between each site, along with split-rail fences. Staff is friendly and helpful. There are a couple of we'll-maintained hiking trails along Clear Creek. There is a group picnic area, with grills, and donuts/coffee on Saturday mornings. There is a bonfire once or twice a week, at which everyone is welcome. Close to highway, but not noisy. Night lighting is dim, so you can see the stars. Restrooms clean as a whistle. Showers good. Highly recommended. - LeeL
Apr 2015 - $42.00
About 8 miles from Interstate. Very quiet. Lots of shade. Pull through sites are spacious. We found to be Very dog friendly. They have a small doggie fenced area plus a 1/2 mile walking path to a river stream. Friendly staff people who ask that your dog not use the grass area and not be kept unattended. Lots of happy campers who really enjoyed the campground setting. Closeness to lots of attractions, hiking and beatiful scenery. Gravel roads and sites that are raked after each use. Will definitely return and our Golden Retriever enjoyed his stay under the cottonwood trees and shade. - Redbird One