6 Parks near Congress, Arizona
Jan 2017 - $26.00
Nice place to stay except for a dog that barks every time someone walks by. Starts about 7am. - chiniakbay
Dec 2016 - $26.00
We arrived late evening and were very appreciative to have a pull-thru site ($4 extra). I called ahead to reserve a site. Office said they added pull-thru sites a few years ago. We have stayed here in years past as we head to Phoenix area. Park is very friendly and accommodating. Park is somewhat remote but Wickenburg is not far away. Electricity is now included in rate. In years past power was an additional charge. - sarge 19
Dec 2016 - $20.00
This is a clean park with some traffic noise and some distant train noise. There's much less traffic noise at night. Sites are long, wide, unshaded, near-level gravel with utilities at the back. Each site has a picnic table. Voltage is good. Roads are wide asphalt in excellent condition.
WiFi is strong. It's Tengo. I didn't buy service. Verizon LTE works well.
There is one clean, private, non-accessible shower per gender.
Terrestrial broadcast TV: ABC CBS CW FOX NBC PBS.
Staff are friendly and helpful. - wjzcbn
Dec 2015 - $39.00
New owner is renovating old park (formerly Western Hills RV). Has new laundry/shower building and a small fenced dog run. Cement patio slabs in level gravel lot. Some larger sites to accommodate slides. Near Denny's restaurant. Half mile to town center. - Rollinon2
Oct 2007 - $39.00
Most of the sites have park models/mobile homes but there are some RV sites. We have stayed here several times before and after the prime winter season and did not need reservations. It is a very nice,well kept and secure park. There are several big rig sites. - run2
Apr 2016 - $16.00
The park was a perfect overnight (if not longer) stop but I feel compelled to add a few caveats. It was very clean and with only a few other campers, very quiet. We had a wonderful view from our door side and a lizard or two to keep us company. Our site, number 12, was plenty large for our fifth wheel, truck and Jeep and fairly level. The park was easy to find although when you make the turn off the highway you wonder if you are headed into a residential neighborhood. Now for the caveats. First the road - it is dirt but not bad when we went through. Probably muddy and rutted when it rains. The challenge is the steep dip in the road after about site 4. You go down then you go up such that the front of the rig is going up while the rear is still going down. For smaller rigs and those with good departure angles this is not a problem. Our 38 foot fifth wheel made it through with about 1/8'' to spare only because we can air down our truck. The other possible option is to enter through the exit which we saw one rig do. Many of the sites are not level. The fee is $8 per vehicle not per site. - PBuds
Feb 2016 - $8.00
We stayed during the Gold Rush Days. Very busy time in Wickenburg. Great location for easy access to the rodeo arena right across the road. The town is 5 to 10 minutes away. We stayed in site 2 for one week. It is quiet at night. When the rodeo was not going, it is fairly quiet during the day. There is a very bright rodeo arena light at night that is bright on the rigs in site 1 and 3. Not too bad, just an FYI. The fee used to be 5 dollars. I feel that is a better bargain since there are no services besides garbage. We paid for the convenience of being close to the rodeo and activities of Gold Rush Days. If it was not gold rush days, we would have stayed for free at Box Wash BLM. We did move there after our 7th night limit at Constellation. If you like being close to services it is the best there is, without going into a pricey crowded RV park. The community center has an RV Dump, but I recommend the Fast Mart 76 station to avoid going downtown. They have potable water. $10.00 fee. Accommodates large rigs at both the park and the dump. - blackstoneburro
Mar 2012 - $5.00
This is a nice, cheap, no-frills boon docking location on the hill overlooking Wickenburg with views of town and the surrounding mountains. The location is great -- just far enough out of town to be quiet at night, but close enough to be convenient to stores and restaurants. The grounds were very clean. We stayed for three nights, and will stay there again the next time we are in that locale. Since there are no restroom facilities, no water, and no hookups the park is suitable only for self-contained RVs. The park is unattended -- it has a self-pay station. The access road and spaces are smooth dirt and sand. Each space has a fire pit. There are spaces of various sizes. Most are fairly level. Some have better views than others. The spaces are spread out over a large area giving each unit some privacy. There is a dumpster for garbage, but no recycling. The campground has no dump station, but Hospitality RV Park just east of Wickenburg will provide that service for a small fee. There may be others. The park is across the road from the city rodeo grounds. My wife watched a team roping competition there. Further out Constellation Road (paved) are dirt roads branching off into the desert. We saw quite a bit of ATV and equine activity. Mountain bike trails (shared with horses) are also nearby. You can hike out into the desert from the campground. We saw birds and jack rabbits. Coyotes could be heard at night. - MojaveRedRocks
Jan 2017 - $42.00
Used this park as a stopover on the way from Tucson to Las Vegas. Very well maintained and spotless although very compact. The mobile home section is very clean and properties are well taken care of. The RV section (newer section) is actually across the street, which is a public way, and a bit odd to have to cross to get to your site. The interior roads are all paved. The office staff is excellent and escorted us to our site. Also made sure we had a pull-thru since it was just an overnight. Had corner site (18R) which fit the coach and tow (just barely, but fit) without unhooking. Lots of "toys" here, but all were driven respectfully through park. Satellite friendly (they all are) but wifi was pretty much non-existent. Sites are close together but no problem with slides. For price, believe picnic table should be at sites, but no tables. Good place for a stopover. CASH is needed to pay (or check) - no cards accepted. - Beachside Baby
Nov 2016 - $40.00
I get suspicious when I see RV/ mobile home park. Doesn't apply here. Very clean nice new paved RV area will take any length. Nice view from 5er. Easy in out for our overnight. Would stay longer.
Turn at McDonalds. Go straight in and right turn to office. - Jeffmac
Oct 2016 - $38.00
This was our second stay at this campground. The new dedicated RV section is very nice. The pull-thoughs are level and allowed me to stay connected to our travel trailer. We called the office about 20 out of Wickenburg and the manager was waiting for us in a golf cart to take us to our space. We'll stay here again. - Vegas Tom
Dec 2016 - $36.00
Pretty nice little RV park but if you are longer than 40' there are very few sites which can accommodate. Sites 41 nad 42 are pull thrus otherwise you will have to back in. Site 41 was fairly level but it it close to the dog park and lots of ATV traffic and people constantly taking pets to the dog run. If you have a horse this place is perfect but like all things horses, you can expect to have lots and lots of house flies at all times so keep your doors closed at all times. This park has lots of seasonal renters and frankly it is a little junked up and somewhat cluttered but it is also friendly. We found the office staff friendly and helpful, not difficult like one previous reviewer reported. Wickenburg itself is a nice little town with a great friendly feeling to it. We would come back but would not want to stay here for a long period of time. - Largeandy
Aug 2016 - $36.00
We were going to stay at another RV park that is highly rated here, until we saw it. So we drove out and found this very inviting park nearby. If you're bringing a horse this is the park to be at. They have stalls and facilities for over 150 horses. Wickenburg is a rodeo and horse town. We were just passing through on our way to Sedona and wanted a stopover. All things considered this is a nice park that's well run and was good for an overnight stay. Must services catered to the horse fancier so didn't interest us. The entire park is well maintained. It has ample pull through sites. - Bobshoe
Jun 2016 - $35.00
The negative reviews here are correct. The owner can treat guests and workers very poorly. - Susie Que
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a 175 acre ranch, owners are very nice. They hooked up a new WIFI router for us. Camping is water and electric,with grey water dump. - Molddave
Aug 2006 - $19.00
This park is actually a small "dude ranch" with a handful of trailer slots as a side business. The two close to the ranch house have water and 30A power, or you can dry-camp on several others farther out on the property. There are no sewer hookups or rest rooms. There is a clean outdoor stall shower near the pool, which we used since we were the only guests here. The WiFi system worked fine -- the owners give you the WPA password to connect, and you're off and running. The pool was huge and warm. There was no cable, but we got about 20 stations over the air. The park is very private and quiet and the native desert scenery is spectacular. We signed up for an early morning trail ride and we stayed over an extra day to use the gun range (first time we've seen one of those at an RV park!) It was a novel campground, and if I am back that way (hopefully in a cooler season) I would definitely stop there again. - Bowman