1 Park near Congress, Arizona
Mar 2016 - $19.00
We only stayed overnight (March 2016) and this RV park was perfectly good for an overnight stay. The price (for Escapees members) was great and the staff was friendly and helpful. The sites and roads are all gravel (typical for a desert RV Park) but we found the sites to be closer together that we like. A little more space would have made a big difference. Our back-in site was along a row of trees which were very nice, but the branches prevented us from backing our rig up as far as we normally would, so we were sticking out into the road a little bit. We had no AT&T signal but Verizon LTE worked well enough. The park recycles paper, plastic, and cans which was a nice change from most parks we stay at in Arizona. There's a pretty nice fenced dog area (gravel) and a dirt path for walking dogs. We'd gladly do a short-term stay again, but the small sites, 30-amp hookups, and lack of AT&T service would make us think twice before a longer stay. - LifeRebooted
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This is an Escapes park, our first experience with this campground and a pleasant one. We will return here in the winter. The Escapes members are welcoming and helpful, so much the opposite at the previous campground we stayed at in nearby Wickenburg. Site sizes are fairly large. The sites are sunny and open. The site surface is gravel and there was a picnic table at our site. - MyVoice
Feb 2016 - $15.00
It's not a luxury park, but I gave it a 10 (excellent). It won't wow you with anything, but everything is as it should be. The workers were all very friendly and helpful. The fellow guests were nice. Someone here complained about the train, I just don't get that. It took me a few days to realize there was a train track in the area, and my hearing is fine.
Many of the snowbirds here are hobbyist gold miners. You might talk one into taking you with them for a day, who knows. There are also quite a few guys with UTVs who go out into the desert, but there is NO racing around inside the park. Everything is peaceful.
The value for the money is very good. We did however get the Escapees member rate. If you are going to stay for a week like we did, joining the Escapees pays for itself and quite a bit more.
It is about 15 minutes from downtown Wickenburg. But it's an easy drive. We would definitely go back, possibly for a longer stay. - snowman9000