32 RV Parks near Desert Hills, Arizona
We did however find 32 campgrounds within 25 miles of Desert Hills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Desert Hills in the left hand column.
Oct 2012 - $32.00
No road or railroad noise. Roads are paved, sites are wide and gravel. No shade or grass. Power and water were good. We would stay here again. - kmgulf
Mar 2012 - $32.00
Very basic desert park with a lot of long term occupants. It is close to the new shopping mall. - User2484
May 2011 - $18.00
This is a nice clean little park. The sites are on gravel but they are level and large enough the accommodate big rigs. The laundry facilities are large and clean. The Wi-Fi coverage is good but costs $6.00 for two days. There is no shade but after all you are in Arizona. The park is a little out of town but close to shopping and away from all the lake noise and traffic. The airport is close by but there was no Airport noise. We would stay there again. The nightly rate reflects a Camp Club USA discount. - WHeath
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Major drawback is very low water pressure and all sites are only 30 amp. With 90+ temp you have to manage elec use. Sites are ok, mostly level. You have to adjust how you park if you have roof mounted sat dish as trees can interfere with signal. Only one bath house. Men's has 2 toilets, 1 urinal, 2 showers and 2 sinks but always very clean. Pool is nice and over half is 7' to 5' deep. Park is not kid friendly. Nearly all picnic tables are rotted and in dire need of replacement. The one at our site was unuseable with nails stickimg up. Only 2 miles to new shopping center with a Walmart, Pennys, Dillards, Sears and other shops but many vacant units. Home Depot and Lowes very close. Staff friendly. For $10 a night it was ok for the 10 day stay. Would stay again gor overnight of short term. - venice
Mar 2016 - $1.00
Our overall rating is based on being members of CRA. We stayed as CRA members for 2 weeks during the snowbird months. Overall enjoyed our stay. Not close to the actual lake, however, easy to get into town to do so. Facility is well maintained and they have lots of activities for everyone to participate in. The park is split into kind of two halves. On the east side of London Bridge road, there were more seasonal sites. On the west side of London Bridge road, it was definitely CRA or C2C members, lots of moving in and out. Pool and club houses were nice and clean. Small dog runs. Staff was friendly and helpful. They accept visitor mail. No security gates, but well monitored. Rules were kept. Laundry room is open to public as well. Only 30 amp service available. Wi-fi is available, strong signal, but basically no speed, except at 3 a.m. If you have Verizon or ATT cell phones, you'll get good reception. Easy going atmosphere. - JS Dobson
Mar 2016 - $1.00
We stayed for free at this resort after listening to a brief sales pitch for Coast to Coast Properties. This particular resort is a basic, crowded parking lot. We would probably not stay here next time. Normal site rate is $50/night. We do not fish or boat, so were not interested in the water activities available. - johnanann
Jan 2018 - $45.00
We arrived for a three night stay and found the campground very crowded and somewhat difficult to get in and out with our 33' fifth wheel. The cable never worked, even after maintenance looked at it. Verizon wifi wasn't available. Office was less than helpful. We're coming back next year, but will find another place to stay for the Havasu Balloon Festival. - murphysranch
Mar 2015 - $42.00
Just outside of town so pretty quiet, good utilities, good Verizon signal. The park is clean and looks nice with casitas spread around. You can find better rates if you rent directly from lot owners. - hdrider
Mar 2014 - $25.00
Hey, it's in the desert, it gets windy. Do you really interact with front office that much? We found it a welcoming place with everyone making eye contact and greeting when passing. Ultra clean showers, paved spaces. North of town so quiet on spring break. Internet kind of weak but better around the clubhouse. Not much downside to this place. - Oregon91
Feb 2014 - $60.00
As others have said, if you are a golfer this is a great resort. We had the pleasure of staying at the Refuge for the month of February. The facilities are first class and the staff are the best! The owners could not have been more accommodating. Between the Refuge and the Lake Havasu City activities there was something going on every day. The only complaint I have is that we left at the end of February and we should have extended our stay for another month. We hope we have the opportunity to return and see again the many friends we met. - jpcunha
Jan 2014 - $80.00
First Class! We no longer golf so did not use course. Our rate included a golf cart parked at our site and a $25.00 per day credit at the Club House (dining or Pro Shop). Grounds are beautiful with both views of the golf course and Lake Havasu. Going to return again for a week in May and rent a boat for day trips on the Lake and Colorado River. The owner is the founder of Coach-Net.com - jbskone
Nov 2013 - $60.00
This is heaven for a golfing RVer. Nice golf, supplied free golf cart, unlimited golf for free. They said we would pay when we signed up but the owners and employees said that they do not charge any RV residents. The course was once an Arnold Palmer designed course but bankruptcy stopped the use of his name. Dogs are allowed off leash in your RV site and grass all around to walk them. Sites are packed gravel (not too bad) but it gets dirty and dusty at times because there is no cement. Would stay here again but 28 days next time. Golf and an RV lot for 28 days for $1,800 is as good as it gets. - vern bauch
Jan 2018 - $45.00
Park was clean and well maintained. Not too far from London Bridge. Stayed 1 night as there isn't much in the area other than the bridge. - Rkserv
Jan 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here for three months and got a monthly rate. $430 plus electric. people were friendly courteous and took good care of us. Manager and assistant manager were very helpful for our stay. - Dano849
Jun 2016 - $37.00
I stayed here for one night but it was enough to notice the cleanness, organization and great value for what it has to offer.
The only thing that I didn't like much it was parking on gravel. But pool, showers, bathroom, play room, full hookups, internet for 37 bucks? This is a great value specially coming from California. I also didn't have to pay extra for my 2 dogs. Most of the RV parks charge extra.
I recommend and I will stay here again when it is not too hot :-) - itinerant butterfly
Mar 2017 - $50.00
We stayed in this park for 5 days. It was a little pricey but that is the going rate to stay in Lake Havasu. The sites were clean with concrete pull-throughs and gravel in between. They were a bit tight. The staff and the park people were pleasant. They had a nice dog walk down the one side of the park. We were here to see Lake Havasu and the London Bridge so we didn't get to use the amenities. We visited Lake Havasu City downtown and lucked out. There was a meeting of the "Duece Coup Club" over 100 antique and vintage cars. Seems there is always something going on in Lake Havasu. - Shacky
Nov 2016 - $45.00
We are staying here for just two nights. When we checked in, we were given quite a list of rules. Of those, one was 'no scooters', another was 'no car washing or repair at site' and quiet hours are 10-7. Okay, fine. Within minutes of getting set up, 2 kids went barreling past our site riding scooters. Now, it is 10:40 PM. A person in the rig next to use (right outside our bedroom window) has a very bright repair light on and appears to be working on his rig. There is also a group of people laughing and talking loudly right behind us.
Why, oh why do parks have all these rules and enforce none?? We have been driving all day but won't be getting much rest tonight. The park appears well maintained but the sites are very close and we are very disappointed. - OBzrv
Sep 2016 - $23.00
A very nice, clean park right on Hwy 95. Rig parks on concrete and yard is gravel. Sites are close but we had no one near us because it is off season. Passport America is only good for one night off season. We have stayed here before and pool and clubhouse are lovely. Pull- thrus are short but they put a cone behind our car. - Sandi2
Jul 2017 - $21.00
We had two different sites in the month we were there. Both served well. Sites are a little close but useable with space for the toad. Found the park very clean, laundry worked well and was clean. Too hot for the pool while we were in town. Owners and help were great while we had repairs done to the coach. They recommended a service company a block away who worked with us. Wifi is available, cable is free and some OTA is good. - dalenoel
Apr 2017 - $21.00
We were traveling through Lake Havasu headed to I-40 and decided to stop for a few days and enjoy the area. We are Passport America members so we chose this park because of the discount program and rate of $21/nt plus tax. At check-in, we were very impressed with the courteous manner in which we were treated and also given a double site for no extra charge to accommodate our RV and trailer. The sites are close together but that did not matter to us as we were there to visit the area, not sit in the RV. - Howard Jaros
Mar 2017 - $21.00
Rate Reflects Pass Port America discount, which they were reluctant to give. Would not stay here again. The sites are VERY TIGHT and small. It was a good thing our neighbor on one side didn't have a slide on our side. Couldn't even put awning out. Site was partial pavement & Gravel Due to shortness of site we were told to put tires forward into gravel. There was a charge for Internet service for EACH UNIT used. Staff was friendly & helpful. We would not stay here again. There are other options in the area. - oldguyinrv
Dec 2017 - $40.00
Very nice state park right in the city, but just a bit pricey. Power and water at the site and a dump station. Although when the wind blows it can get uncomfortable. - 66joej
May 2017 - $35.00
Nice park, kind of a goofy layout site wise but great location and value. Too many really stupid large boulder placements in the park, larger motorhomes and fifth whells need to drive very "heads up" in this park or those boulders will damge the side of your vehicle. Why someone would put those idiotic boulders so close to interior roads is a mystery. Someone who knows nothing about driving larger trailers and motorhomes, that is who! - Largeandy
Feb 2017 - $35.00
We like this park to escape from Pacific Northwest winter weather. The biggest complaint is the occasional loud speed boat noise. The other strange contraptions (air and water) were interesting to see. This is desert on the lake. Sites are defined but in a haphazard arrangement. There are some good waterfront sites if you can get them. Realize there is a waterfront path that is closer to the water than these sites. Many other sites have good water views. Site 20 slanted a little from front to back. We did slight leveling on the front tires. From site 20 the water view is past 15 and between 14 and 16. Most sites are visually close which was fine for this park experience. Sites 10, 16, 36, and 38 were some nice waterfront sites. The bathrooms/showers are old, rustic, painted cement and cinder block. Water was hot. It would be nice if they updated these facilities. - Neil and JoAnn
Jul 2014 - $32.00
We always come here more than once during the summer to go boating. Staff is always friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms could use some upgrading but overall a great experience. Decently priced and nice campground. - vanity_moreno
Apr 2014 - $27.00
The staff is great, the park is clean, the views are awesome, the casino is fun!
The casino, store, and hardware store are a short walk away (1/4 mile tops).
Fuel is expensive so fill up before visit.
Some washer/dryers do not work, dirt bikes do donuts making clouds of dust, make noise, dogs barking as usual because of poor owners.
Bring long (20 foot) sewer hose, potable water hose and make sure your electric shore tie cable is at least 20 feet long.
Did I mention the scenic view? :-) - Traveling Dan
Oct 2013 - $27.00
We camped here in truck camper. Sites are large, easily accessible and fairly level bathrooms are clean also laundry building was ok. Long walk to stores & casino. Would be great if there was a shuttle to call for these places. Would camp here again. - zookep9
Oct 2017 - $60.00
Old, dirty, run down. Bathroom doors rotting away, the entire site (except for the park model area) is filthy. We reserved full hookups with water view, so they put us down by the water, where there were no sewer hookups. We went back and explained we wanted full hookups and they said ok, but no water view available, so they put us near the bathrooms and pool, no discount or refund for not getting water view. Next to us on both sides were full timers, one was an ancient class C with plastic boxes and tubs surrounding it, junk everywhere. A man and his teen age son lived in this tiny space, with three cats, and they were constantly arguing, loudly, late into the night. What a mess! By far the worst campground I have ever experienced. Keep on moving to the next place, there are so many other choices nearby. Picnic table was a piece of junk, and slab broken up. - gb44
Mar 2017 - $50.00
This is a large park and probably old and has had areas and spaces added over the years. We were in Row D toward the end in a very small space. We did not like the way the pullthrus alternated with our door facing the neighbor's door. A very big rig was on our other side and his popout hindered our disconnecting. - JeanieandEva
Jan 2017 - $30.00
The office and all employees have no uniforms. Only one young man in office has any hospitality service for guest. The rest act like your bothering them unless you are one of their long term campers. Grounds crew drive around in a beat up truck with no windows, picking through trash while grounds go under groomed. No daily garbage pick like last person stated. Large trash dumpsters are always over flowing by mid week. Mostly dirt gravel sights. No sewer hook up except a few on top. No activities for long term guests by staff. Everything is self ran. It would be nice if just once in the seven weeks we the staff might greet you and not just look down. The security at gate let anyone in. We didn't feel safe and sound at night. They let a few homeless people in to use showers and bathroom. The good reports are most likely the good Ole boys club who basically run this camp ground. Meaning year long people or people who have come for years and like the no rules and out of control staff. Praying we find a staff correctlyou trained in customer service no matter if they arrive for one night or eight months. Also many other very nice campgrounds to choice from. Better keep looking is my advice. Happy camping. - RV rig