1 Park near Congress, Arizona
Jun 2015 - $20.00
A bit hesitant to stop here after reading the reviews, but stopped we did. We are Escapees members. Arrived in the afternoon, summer hours, office is closed from 11:30 to 3:30. I had called the day before to get a bit more information. The gentleman I spoke with was very friendly. Told me where to look for a spot that provided some shade trees and an exposure so our roof mounted satellite would work. Nice, level gravel spots. Wonderful eastern view to see the sunrise over the mountains. Went in to register when the office opened. We were welcomed warmly and shown around the clubhouse. Which is quite nice by the way. Clean bath/showers. Very reasonably priced laundry room. We were told of the upcoming activities and invited to join in. On the tour there was a couple working on a puzzle. They both stopped working and gave us a very heartfelt welcome There is also a smart weigh station at this location. In previous reviews someone mentioned constant trains. We heard very few in our four days here. And the few we did hear were barely audible.
We would definitely stay here again. - Kgtraveler
Mar 2015 - $15.00
Office workers are not friendly. The site was satisfactory. The views were beautiful. The park is made up of park models and owned rv lots. There are 3 rows of rv lots for rent. 50 amp is not available. The cell and internet service was poor. A dog was barking near us and an owner came up and went through someone's site to yell at a man for allowing his dog to bark. She said she would call the sheriff if the dog barked again. The lot owners are the most unfriendly people. They make you feel as though you were trespassing. It appears that the RV park caters to the lot owners. There are no stores or restaurants close. We will not be returning. - Jean 60
Feb 2015 - $24.00
As a member of Escapees, it saddens me that I cannot recommend this park. It was our first stay and they would not honor the $50 per week rate until the week after our stay. Ok. They first assigned us to a back in site, though we had requested (and there were available) pull thru sites. Even with the manager's guidance, we were unable to back into the site. For some illogical reason, they park the dry campers in front of the back-in sites making it nearly impossible to maneuver. They finally decided to put us into a 30 amp pull thru site. Again, ok. Dirt site w/ no trees, no cable, no wifi. Overpriced for what you get, I wouldn't recommend this park even w/ the $50 per week rate. We will absolutely NOT stay again. - lovinretirement