4 Parks near Cottonwood, Arizona
May 2015 - $30.00
We were supposed to be here a week, but left after 3-nights. We were in the wooded Quail loop but found it too close to other campers and just not that nice overall. We had spent nights in other AZ state parks before getting here so our expectations were higher than the reality.
Next time we would choose the upper loop- it is sunny, not shady but there is more separation between sites and nice mountain views.
Water and electricity at each site, but no sewer. There are two dump stations at the park entrance/exit.
The park is 15 miles from Sedona which is very beautiful. The town of Cottonwood where the park is located has good stores and such, even a Home Depot. Plus, there's an "old town" section with some surprisingly good restaurants and watering holes. - Creativepart
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Beautiful state park just outside of Cottonwood, good hiking trails, spacious sites. This is the second time we've stayed here and probably won't be the last. Verizon and AT&T worked well. - DRFink
Jan 2015 - $28.00
Great park in a lovely setting. Many hiking trails in a variety of terrain. They are a little behind on tree trimming, though, so watch overhead clearance in some sites. Good big rig access with many pull through sites. Fire pits and picnic tables at all sites. Firewood for sale at camp host site. - bobcovey
Apr 2015 - $32.00
We loved this park because the staff was helpful and friendly and selected us a great site according to our requirements. We dry camp and are used to not having amenities, though the basics at this park were fine. I thought this park was great for what we paid. Yes, there were live-ins, but they were friendly and in my opinion, only a couple of the rigs were run down. - Shughes
Jun 2014 - $31.00
1st Impr: A dry desert hill. Customer is not valued. Reservations consisted of pull in Sunday, pay on Mon. I agreed to pay cash on Mon. BUT card charged on Sat, before arrival. Most spots cannot accommodate LG RVs. Noone to call. Took a spot so RV would fit, sent them email. Mon: Lawn guy grumbled we aren't supposed to be here. Continues with rude glances our way. Called office asking why they ch'd our card: bookkeeping excuse. Told to move, but already set up. Customer is not valued in this place. - GypsyAnna
Jun 2014 - $35.00
At first glance it seemed to have a lot of full timers, but they are nice. The spot we had was in the river area with a great view and easy access so the kids could go fishing. We didn't spend a lot of time here but that is only because there is so much to do so close. Will be back next year - Emma P.
Apr 2014 - $16.00
Rate paid is based on a one month stay. Most of the sites here are occupied by permanents. About a dozen sites are reserved for short term stays, though some of those are seasonal occupants. We had what seemed to be the best site in the park, #54. Our door opened onto the grassy area next to the restrooms so we only had neighbors on one side of us. Each site has a picnic table. Even though the park is on busy hwy 89A, it is nice and quiet at night. Everyone in the park was very friendly, staff was very helpful. Location is convenient to shopping and a short drive to Jerome or Sedona. Park WiFi worked intermittently, sometimes fast, sometimes slow, sometimes it dropped you. Verizon signal was good. Lots of trees in the park provide welcome shade on hot days. Sites are a little close together. - Metamorphosis Road
Apr 2014 - $30.00
This small aging park is home to mostly permanent residents who have no plans to use their RVs for travel and to seasonal residents who aren't fussy about the appearance of their surroundings. We found it adequate for a short stay to tour the area. Our site was spacious, level and shaded. Staff was friendly and helpful. Wifi was initially slow and unreliable, but there times when it was fast, reliable, and robust. Dogs were not allowed on the few patches of grass in the park!? - Roger H.
Apr 2014 - $30.00
Nice little park with a lot of permanent resident sites. Felt very much like a "neighborhood". VERY friendly staff and welcome gifts given. The "lounge" was a bonus area to be able to stretch out and search Internet (very good Wi-Fi connectivity) or read. Laundry was fine and bathrooms were clean. Lots of shopping and dining nearby. You have a very busy road to pull onto, so keep that in mind when making a left turn. - mallardcamper
Cottonwood, Arizona (map) | (928) 567-9562
Sites: 366 | Latest Rate: $17.00 | 52 Reviews
May 2015 - $17.00
Rate based on monthly stay. Long drive from gate to campground on paved road. 3 sections. One section (where we stayed) closest to main clubhouse and dog run. Others closer to smaller clubhouse, pool, playground & pickleball courts. Roads inside were also gravel but lots of loose rocks. Site was wide and long, 50 amp. Good Verizon, Wi-Fi OK with repeater. Good satellite and over the air TV.
This is a Thousand Trails/Encore campground. One of the "nicest" ones we've been to. The sites in other section were buddy sites looked tight. - jcpjane
Apr 2015 - $45.00
This is a huge "campground" type park. There are a variety of types of spaces. A lot of them have two sites that face each other and share a patio area. We paid extra for 50 amp and have a private ample size space with bushes on the sides but it is very unlevel. We had to put numerous blocks on one side. There is only dirt and old grass for the patio area. It is quiet. I definitely do not think the park is worth the price. WIFI at your site is not included. - JackieD
Apr 2015 - $1.00
First the good. This park is very close to Sedona and Jerome. It is convenient for doing all types of tourist activities. The bad is the condition of the park. It is showing its age and the cleanliness level is in desperate need of attention. Clubhouse needs to be mopped and dusted, bathrooms cleaned and the hot tub had such a scum around the top, someone had carved their initials into it. Disgusting. The sites are "buddy style" which mean the hookups are in the center and two rigs drive in from opposite directions and park literally inches from one another. Sites are gravel or sand if holes have been filled. Multiple sites are being taken by the "annuals" who appear to have made this their permanent residence. Will likely not stay here again. - Eureka12