18 RV Parks near Flagstaff, Arizona
Jun 2017 - $36.00
We've stayed here several times because it is convenient, but owners really should be paying more attention to condition of sites and roads. Sites aren't level, roads are full of potholes/bumps, "lawn" between sites is dead, and pads are cracked and/or broken. No attention to making the sites appealing at all. Lots of pine trees, so if you have satellite be careful what site you get. Lots of permanents with stuff all around make the back portion less than exciting. Office personnel are friendly and accommodating when possible. - camprats
Nov 2016 - $40.00
We stumbled upon Black Bart's RV park on our vacation. The staff were very friendly, and the site was long enough that we did not have to unhook our towed enclosed car hauler. The park had a lot of long term residents, but it was still quiet and nice. It was easy access to the interstate and was easy to get to town and back. There is a restaurant on site, Steak House and Saloon, they had a musical show at dinner time that was fun and very good, the food was fantastic! We really enjoyed our stay here and would go back again when in the area! - Fulltimers-42footRV Carhauler_ 2 dogs
Nov 2016 - $33.00
We stayed one night whole passing thru trying to get ahead of a winter cold front. Other reviewers were right on about this park. The interior roads are very rough and bounced our motor home around. Our extra long pull through space was actually 2 back to back spaces being used as one long space. The width was okay but our electric cord wouldn't reach the outlet without using a 25 foot extension. The concrete patio was broken concrete that had heaved and was easy to catch your foot on so we had to be careful. There are a lot of permanent units in the park. We did go to the restaurant and the food was good but quite expensive and the entertainment was mediocre. Most singing waiters/waitresses were from the local college. We thought overall the restaurant was highly overrated. I would not stay again in this park if given a choice. - suzwoodard
Jun 2017 - $12.00
Very nice site. Of course the site being a US Forest service site no hook ups were available. I wish the campground hosts would trim the dead wood off the trees. It's really tight for big rigs when leaving with tight clearances. I have a new RV now with some scratches. Enjoyed the amphitheater and ranger talk. - 5yankee
May 2017 - $11.00
Don't stop in Flagstaff, go up the road 15 miles to Bonito for a nice quiet stay. No hookups at all but a really nice place to stay for a night or a week. Very nice camp hosts, clean park and really spacious sites. Trees are not dense, you can see other sites but lots of room between them. No reservations taken. Right near the entrance to the Sunrise crater park which has interesting volcanic history and Indian ruins to visit. Some sites are pull through or rather pull off the side of the road, most are back in. - Jerry B
Oct 2016 - $11.00
Bonito NFS campground is nestled under tall Ponderosa pines and located just before Sunset Crater NM. For the most part the branches are high enough not to be an issue.
The road into the park as well as the interior road and sites are on asphalt. There is a combination of back-in as well as pull-outs sites. Most of the back-in sites are narrow but are spacious between sites. Most of the sites can accommodate a large rig and possibly a tow. There are (3) bathhouses with flush toilets but no showers. In the back of each bathhouse is a non-threaded faucet designed to fill your jugs. It is not designed to fill your RV tank. Fresh water for your RV tank as well as a dump station is not available. Every site had a picnic table and fire ring. Some of the sites are more leveled then others.
There is no reception from a Verizon air card or cell phone. We were able to make a phone call by driving to the Lava Flow parking lot about 2 miles away.
The base rate for this campground is $22. The price seems a bit high for dry camping. Perhaps the cost is due to the fact that concessionaires now manage this park. Senior discount cards pay $11.
This was a very peaceful, relaxing campground and we would definitely come back here again. - adsaxs
Jun 2017 - $35.00
The only things I liked about Kit Carson RV Park are the location and the trees. The bathrooms are bad. They are too small and dirty. Only overnight guests are allowed to use them (as opposed to residents, of which there seem to be a lot), yet they are totally inadequate for even a few visitors. In the ladies room, they put 2 toilet stalls in a space that probably should hold only 1 stall. I couldn't sit down in one because my knees ran into the wall of the stall in front of me. Had to just crouch to use toilet. 2 shower stalls were also very small and we're dirty and had shower curtains that were very dirty at the bottom. Corners of all toilet and shower stalls have not been cleaned well on ages. Not for handicapped, as there are stairs to the building, no benches in shower areas and no handheld shower heads. There seem to be quite a few long spaces and pull-through spaces, but they vary in levelness. Also electrical hookups are mounted on trees and seem somewhat unsafe. Cable TV hookups are worthless. No sewer but there is a dump station - haven't used it yet. WiFi seems to be poor throughout much of the park. They do have about 23 channels of TV via antenna - normal fare - CBS, NBC, ABC, a few PBS channels, a few Spanish stations, a game show channel, a weather channel, ME TV, LAFF, HSN, a movie channel, and a few others. Cellphone service is OK but not great. I have AT&T. When we checked in at the office, they did not offer the code for the bathroom door nor the WiFi password. We had to go back and ask when we discovered we needed them. - Katie and Steve
Jul 2015 - $36.00
We came in at night in a big 5th wheel. Most of the other campgrounds said we were too big. This place had easy to find big pull-thru sites for short stay guests right near the front of the park. And right by the nice little bath house. The trees were nice. No pool but we didn't want one. - Kimra
Apr 2015 - $42.00
Nice quiet setting in the tall pines, convenient to town and sightseeing, but roads, sites and facilities in need of serious upgrading. Very helpful staff didn't offset excessive daily rate given the condition of the park. 70 percent of the sites are taken up by permanent residents with mobile homes in various conditions. WiFi was marginal at best and cable access is limited to a few sites. Trees limit satellite reception in most sites. - skigoldsboro
Aug 2016 - $11.00
This is CG is dry camping with flush toilets and water spigots, in the middle of northern AZ pines. The whole CG is very clean but the volcanic cinder tracks into the motorhome at every opportunity.
There are smaller pull-through sites along the side of the main drive as well as larger back in sites radiating out. Our pull-though was very level and trees were cut back to clear our roof.
The only downside is that there's absolutely no cell signal. Driving 2 miles toward Highway 89 will get you usable signals. - LMandTinView
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Wow: loved this place. It does not take reservations, and we came in July, late in the day. Lots of lovely, spacious spots to choose from. The rangers say it is the last to fill up. Forested, natural sites, level, far from your neighbors. There is a ranger program, toilets. Very peaceful. Great location for Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, Wupatki ruins. No hook ups. I will return. The staff was so very accommodating, friendly and checked on us soon after arrival. They will deliver ice and firewood for a fee. - kallee
Jun 2016 - $11.00
We stay here every time we are in the area. There are sites that are just a pullout and others that are back in type. Some are big enough for big motorhomes and tents are welcomed. No water, no sewer, no dump. There is potable water near restrooms and they allow you 5 gallons. Thin forest atmosphere, very well maintained. Flagstaff and area is a Dark Sky area. No outside lights. Great area to stargaze.
The Camphosts are very friendly, they sell firewood and have an ice machine at the campground also.
Rangers have presentations at the amphitheater on weekends, also other activities like hiking. - jlfinaz
May 2017 - $29.00
Extremely friendly campground host. Very spacious sites in a beautiful pine forest. This place was a bit out of our way, but really worth it. We rented a car so we could go 2 hours north to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Truly amazing. Stopped at "old town" in Flagstaff and had a fun early dinner at Majerle's. Even with all of the trees, our tv and Verizon WiFi worked great. - Cindy Sue
Aug 2016 - $22.00
First the good.
The couple who manage this are friendly and helpful. The campground is clean and nicely spaced. However, the younger man who works there is not concerned with helping. I told him that a youth group had some girls removing their shirts in the open. He defended the girls and took a rude attitude towards me for the rest of my stay. I was there with my 2 grandsons.
The shower was too hot, with no way to adjust temperature. There is no timer on the shower so you have no warning when it will shut off leaving you covered in soap.
If it rains during the night, plan on listening to bulldozers and a power washer from 8am til about 11am.
It would be a nice place for a stopover, but not for a longer stay. - Kirah
Aug 2016 - $22.00
There's a reason why this campground has great reviews, it truly is a solid place to stay. The park, restrooms (no soap there) and showers were all clean. Nice staff helping you out with information and selling firewood if you need it. Site 23 (pull through) & Site 31 are good spots for taking. It was chilly and raining in August, but still worth the trip. - Spurg
Jun 2017 - $37.00
I stayed here in a pull thru with my motorhome. Has been no rain for quite a while so the dirt roads were quite dusty. Only 30amp power but was not a major problem. While this seems to be an older park the staff were very helpful and drove thru the park quite a few time a day to check up. I stay here a few times every summer and will continue to. - xrayaz
Apr 2017 - $37.00
Okay for an overnight stop, but would not stay any longer. Sites extremely close together & out of level. Electrical box was damaged, and the cover was missing. There was only a 30 amp outlet, no breaker to switch the outlet. Internet is available in the office, but not at the sites. No cable TV. Gravel interior roads. Poorly maintained, out of level red dirt sites. Nice setting in piney woods. But definitely overpriced considering the lack of amenities, poor maintenance, and tight site spacing. Would not stay here again. - Life's good
Mar 2017 - $38.00
Woody Mountain is camping under the canopy of Ponderosa Pines. We stayed here very early in the season - their first night open, I think - so the campground was pretty empty. That made for a very nice experience 3 of the 4 nights we were here. We were camping with friends who were in site 19, and one of the nights someone pulled into site 18 between us so we looked out at a giant white wall that night. Don't know why they put someone there when the park was not very full....The sites are very close together, so if it was busy, it would have been a completely different experience. Site 17 is really narrow we came to realize, much narrower than the others, so I would not take that one again. We also did have trouble leveling front to back as there must have been a bit of a dip in the middle of the site. Bathrooms were old, but clean. Laundry was clean but only had cold water wash. Staff was very! friendly. There is quite a bit of train noise at night. - ALbums
Sep 2015 - $19.00
This is a nice, well-kept campground nestled in the ponderosa pines. Our site (#2) was satellite friendly, but we were unable to connect to the lodge's WiFi, even with our WiFiRanger booster. WiFi aside, the staff was courteous and friendly; restrooms and laundry clean and well maintained. A previous reviewer mentioned that sites are not big rig friendly, and while I tend to agree, our site was more than ample. Walmart and Bashas' just a short drive north on AZ89. The recreation area is collocated with Ft Tuthill County Park where Pickin' in the Pines is a popular annual bluegrass event. Hiking trails abound, and the urban trail will take you on foot or bike to the aforementioned Walmart. The only downside is that sites are without septic hook up. If your stay takes you beyond the capacity of your tanks, breaking camp to dump can be a pain. Overall we thought this campground was a good value and will visit again. - CO2RV
Jul 2014 - $19.00
We did not have reservations. We arrived on a Friday afternoon about 5:00. Greeted by wonderful staff. We were too big for one site, but they immediately told us what all sites they KNEW we would fit in. They told us to hurry and hookup as Friday nights are free hamburgers and hot dogs. We went up to the clubhouse patio and enjoyed a free supper. Horse shoes, volleyball, card, dice. Small store with beer available. Very shady. They have yurts, cabins, A-Frames too. We will return. - DigMyPast
Aug 2013 - $19.00
Sites are very small, tight and NOT level. They are in the process of rebuilding the restrooms in the camping area. Showers and restrooms available near the office. I would NOT consider this campground to be "big rig friendly." Close to Flagstaff. Some over the air TV. No road noise. We would stay here again. - thetravelkids
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Sites are easy in and out, park is adjacent to national forest and excellent hiking trails. Do Fat Mans Loop, great views. Only drawback at the park is the traffic noise. Enjoyed our stay! - thearys
Jun 2017 - $60.00
Read previous reviews about tight roadways. These are accurate. However, this was our first time hauling our 42 foot fifth wheel and we were able to navigate safely through. Only hiccup was needing to back and re angle slightly to make the left turn onto the street leading to our space. We stayed at a pull through and had plenty of space length-wise. Width is a different issue. We were about 11 feet from our neighbors on either side. We had no place to put their picnic table were it would be flat. Needed to use numerous blocks under the jacks to achieve level. They do keep the place clean and garbage is emptied out a few times a day. They seem to have put more thought into the tent spaces than the RV spaces in my opinion. Also, they had a water main issue so Day 2, no water. They did issue refunds for everyone who asked though. - SeekingSolitude
Jun 2017 - $60.00
This is one of the worst resorts we ever stayed. The nightly rate is between $ 60.00 and $ 75.00 per night and that for a resort that doesn't even offer a pool. The resort is convenient located but is so badly maintained it is a shame. Grass is over ankle high, the sites are not level and uneven. The backhoe is working the whole day, producing lots of noise and dust, so no peace at all. There's no pet policy, so people set up pet kennels outside their RV and have four or five dogs barking all day. What fun. When you go to the office and try to talk to the management there's never a manager around. He's always somewhere else and the front desk staff just smiles and say "we're sorry" but nothing is happening. This is a total joke and a waste of money, a complete rip off. If you can avoid this place, there are nicer resorts around for sure that offer for less money even a better value for your money. Also the roads are too narrow and in a very bad shape, it is hard to maneuver a big rig in order to get in or out a site. To get to this resort is hard since the signage on the interstate/highway/city road is not sufficient. There's no good visible sign in order to turn into the resort in a timely matter, so many people have to make a dangerous U-turn in order to get into the resort. The sign "turn here for the KOA" is after the turn-off. Don't know who thought about that, but that person did not invent the black powder. The only positive about this resort is that the wifi is excellent. - henny04
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We enjoyed our stay here, excellent location a few miles south of Flagstaff. Tall trees, lots of shade, nice bike and walking path. Spacious overall park with an amphitheater for events etc. Many campground sites and the road were hard to discern. We have a 30ft travel trailer and anything bigger would have to be careful negotiating turns and trees, and the sites aren't that big. We had a water/sewer site and it worked fine, had a picnic table and fire ring. No electricity available. No bathrooms, just Sani-huts, but they were clean. We were unable to connect to the WiFi, the signal was nonexistent to very weak. Verizon cell signal was weak, but usable. The campground hosts are from Recreation Resource Management and were friendly and helpful. The rate was $25 for a water/sewer site, and $20 for a dry site. - trussman
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We really like this campground and how quiet it can be. There are only about 7 spaces with water + sewer hookups, and there is a dump station. - joester
Jul 2013 - $16.00
This park makes it into our top 10 weird camping spots. We loved the location. Close to town, in the shaded woods, and near walking/hiking/biking trail. And $16 was a nice price, too, but that's the end of the good. There are no discernible roads and barely any obvious site. It's really tough to figure out which are tent sites and which are RV sites. We like boondocking, but when paying money for a site, I do like to have a "site." Tons of ruts which is non-trivial in monsoon season, but these turn into arroyos rather quickly. No clear ways in/out. No facilities beyond portapotties. Only a few sites with any hookups. Park happened to be pretty empty, but it was still noisy. No real supervision/camp host presence outside of office hours when the nice fellow checks you in. It's an adventure sorta like the ziplining business next door to the campground. - JCLC
Jun 2017 - $37.00
This was not a very good park. No bathrooms or showers. The man in charge offered us a space which we were happy to find without a reservation. Price was ok but not a bargain and the park was pretty messy. Would not stay again. Guess we would opt for a more expensive place if we could find one. - Joan and Doug
Jun 2017 - $37.00
This park is OK for 1 night..... It is mostly permanent people. The sites are close together. - LL Horton
Jun 2017 - $37.00
We like rules but this park has LOTS of them. We weren't able to make reservations til 1 ½ months before our arrival date. No credit cards just check or cash. Office hours are limited; doesn't open till 10 am. The host is most often outside so even if you call during office hours there will be no answer. If you arrive on Sunday the office is closed so you self register. You must have exact change if paying in cash. You can't use the washer in your RV. The laundromat is open 9 am to 7 pm last load at 6 pm. No bathrooms or showers. There is no grass for your pets but there is a pet park with a thick bed of pine needles that satisfied even our finicky puppy. Its under surveillance, if you don't pick up after your pet there is a fine & you can lose your pet park privileges. This rule we liked but we still came across poops. There is no cable but you can pick up 25 + channels over the air. The TV towers are behind the park on top of the mountain. Our site was satellite friendly but that isn't guaranteed. The majority of the guests are monthly & friendly. The host is abrupt when you talk to him on the phone but in person he is nice & the guests seem to like him. It is quiet in the park even though it is on a main street. The park is located near restaurants & shopping. It backs up to a national forest accessed with a code. We didn't use the WIFI but I heard from others it usually works. If it doesn't it it can be reset during office hours. - Connie's Co-Owner