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2 RV Parks near Clifton, Arizona
Feb 2018 - $14.00
The park is almost perfect. There are not many places for those who want to stay a few days. A very large number of permanent residents. The park is very quiet and clean. A lot of space for RV.Park does not have its own internet and tv. Verizon is receiving very well. Park manager is very helpful and kind. All park employees are very nice. Park is located in a valley with a river and surrounded by mountains. We are already in this park for the third time and we will gladly come again. - Obcy
Mar 2017 - $9.00
THIS PARK IS A GEM!!! Unlimited stay on Passport America! $9.50/day! Mostly long term residents but they keep their places nice. A lot of the residents work night shift at the Morenci copper mine so it is very quiet. 30 amp service that is one of the three best we have ever experienced in 13 years of RVing!!! Could run the microwave without unplugging the electric heater! The grounds are very clean and well maintained by inmates at the local prison. Good Verizon WiFi and Dish satellite TV. The scenery is beautiful and lots of things to see. - bsnet
May 2016 - $10.00
What a gem of a park. The last reviewer said it all and I want to update the review. We have a 42' Class A. They have added two larger sites at the outside edge of the park. The sites are accessed from the street as opposed to a road in the park. The staff people that we had contact with were very helpful and friendly. The site had only 30 amp power but it was adequate when we were there. We also got a good signal from the park Wi-Fi.
This park was one of the best values we have encountered. - Frank Barker
Jun 2008 - $25.00
The management was VERY friendly - the Sites are adequate for a few nights. The electric, water, and sewer hook-ups all work. There are lots of trees and large sites. The sites are all dirt, but mostly level. We came here by accident after our reservation was ignored at another park. We would come again if in the area. - Kent Savage