When you look at the Lo Lo Mai Springs RV website, it advises you that internet is available all through the park, but definitely informs you that cell service is minimal at best.
We had NO cell service (expected), NO internet (unexpected & very problematic!), NO satellite service (lots & lots of lovely trees). In order to keep in touch with our office, I was forced to drive about 4 miles to where my cell service reconnected because the internet was non-existent.
The park is very pretty; lots of trees, a creek nearby, walking trail a short jaunt from the office. But I will say I heard from several campers who were in the same position we were in that they were a little upset. The management didn't seem to have a clue why the internet wasn't functional, and in all honesty, they didn't seem to be overly worried about it. For us, it was a definite problem.
Note also that for big rigs the roads are a little narrow & we did have a few issues making that corner from our site to the exiting roadway. They have many decorative rocks & rock walls, which is a problem with a motorhome at 40'+. Same with the rock wall by the office at the entry/exit road. I liked the park itself as far as site size & the surroundings. - Kelly S
This is one of the loveliest parks we have ever visited. The office staff came out to greet us before we were even out of our vehicle and we were taken on a tour of the park so we could pick our site. We grabbed the first site we were shown, backing onto a little creek beside a little waterfall. Heaven listening to the trickling water while enjoying a campfire. There is no tv or phone reception so if you're a technology junkie this might not be your favorite spot but we loved the huge trees, large park with equally large sites, waterfront location and proximity to Sedona. We also got better wifi reception than i expected from reading prior reviews, although our site was close to the repeater and the park was fairly empty during our stay. The office has a large DVD library for loan. This park also has the cleanest bathrooms and showers we have ever seen in a park. We would definitely stay here again. - Pec50
If parking by a stream with rushing water is your thing, you would love this park. There is a natural spring fed pond and a waterfall which lulls one to sleep each night. On the other side of the park is another source of water: Oak Creek, which, in March, was full with rushing water. The campground provided much serenity and easy access to many beautiful hiking spots. Above the campground are bluffs which the Sinagua Indians used to build their homes. We were able to walk among the ruins. There are no signs to guide one. The area seems to be quite unknown to the ordinary traveler. We were guided to it by a local. - glowingheart
Price reflects Coast to Coast rate with cable hookup. The lady who runs this place if extremely nice and helpful. There are large shaded lots and a narrow river that runs through the park. When entering the park you will encounter a steep narrow one way road. So be careful entering. You will find gravel lots. Some have cable, others do not. Wi-Fi signal is weak. The water pressure at our site was very poor. The bathroom has two stalls and two showers. Not nearly enough. They were not clean. Floors needed a good scrubbing. You will be charged a $3 activity fee. A rip off and a joke. There is a club house that is a trailer that is musty smelling, contains an assortment of VHS tapes, a few games and crossword puzzles. The chair in the room was dirty and looked like something someone would put on the side of the road for pickup. Calling this place a resort is also a joke. Would never go back again or recommend it to anyone I cared about. - urlookingood
This was a great little park, peaceful, quiet, and picturesque. The staff was very friendly and even waited at the office past regular hours to make sure we got settled in properly. Paths near the creek lead to nature trails nearby. The bathrooms were clean but a little outdated. Shower water pressure and temperature were good. Wi-Fi is available through TengoInternet. We would definitely stay here again. - Traveler13
Our '7' rating considers the Passport America discount. The price policy of the owner remains his secret. We paid $19 for the first two nights, $27 for the next two. However, rates change with the months and you should ask in advance. The park is located right on a small river, we had a back in site there. Fairly level dirt sites with good hookups. The dump station is on the way out but the location is very unfortunate as it is in a curve and the road has a 4% grade there. The sites are very close together. If all sites are occupied backing in might be a challenge. Two neighboring awnings on the same side won't work. Pretty quiet at night with only a few cars in the morning on the adjacent road. The way in and out is a 10% grade, pretty bumpy, but manageable. Wi-Fi is Tengo (pay per day). Our Verizon hotspot was very weak, not usable. Most campers had a hard time getting a satellite signal between the trees. We would return because of the beautiful location, but only if the place is not fully booked. Anyway, a good choice to stay here and commute to the Sedona attractions. - TheSchweitzers