3 RV Parks near Gila Bend, Arizona
800 S. Butterfield Trail Gila Bend, Arizona 85337 (map) | (928) 683-2850
Sites: 132 | Latest Rate: $38.00 | 92 Reviews
May 2017 - $38.00
This park is now owned and operated by KOA and is in process of being redone with new landscaping and facilities, etc. We have stayed here in past years when it was privately owned and always had a pleasant stay, however; this time we found that many of the coming improvements and new construction are not done yet so the interior roads are still gravel and dirt as are the spaces themselves. When completed this will surely be a very nice and enjoyable park to stay at. The landscaping being done appears to be very nicely thought out. We didn't use any of the facilities during this one night stay however there a brand new pool being constructed as well as the clubhouse is being refurbished and will no doubt be very nice when done. All in all, this is a convenient and easy to get to park with good amenities and a friendly and helpful staff. Will definitely continue to use this park when in the area............... - BankShot
May 2017 - $34.00
This is an RV park in the desert, so landscaping was minimal. But spaces well spread out, easy to set up. Ryan went out of his way to make sure we were set up with cable. He was so personable and pleasant, not only to us, but I also saw him interact with other customers. Looks like once the pool and shower area is complete this will be an even better facility. - RetiredUSN
Mar 2017 - $34.00
This fairly new park was a pleasant experience. It looks to be a destination for snow birds, but also is a handy overnight location. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. The dog park is very well designed and executed. The pull through sites are very long and level. The pool is being renovated. The manager was thoughtful enough to warn us of this in a telephone call before we arrived. - Roger H.
Apr 2017 - $12.00
No frills, but exactly what we needed for an overnight stop. Large, level spaces behind Shell station. Would stay again without hesitation. Unless it was the middle of the summer. - 2BlackSheep
Apr 2017 - $13.00
This is a no-frills kinda parking lot, with good hook ups and some amenities. There is a subway within close walking distance, and a little store. It is actually a well stocked little store! Friendly staff to check in. I have a dog and he wasn't too keen about the walking areas; all gravel and it was really hot, but for the price and a quick stop over, it is very adequate. Well kept and clean. - User3597
Nov 2016 - $12.00
LOVE this place! Convenient location on I-8 and surprisingly quiet with only minor truck noises (engine idling) which died off to almost nothing by midnight. At only $11.99 (+ tax) per night for full hookups using Passport America or Escapees membership, this is a real bargain. We originally were going to stay one night but decided to stay longer once we realized how nice a place this is. We found everything clean and well maintained.
All sites are covered with gravel and are level. Some sites have shade trees. Most sites are long pull-throughs with ample room to extend an awning. The single unisex bathroom available in the RV park area was clean. More clean bathrooms and pay showers are available at the gas station / truck stop where you check in.
Speaking of checking in: My suggestion is to park your rig alongside the truck scales located on the north side of the gas station (don't block anything) ,then go inside the gas station to register. If you pull into the RV park before you register, there's a risk you may unknowingly take a site already assigned to someone who's in the gas station registering too.
During our stay, there were maybe 8 to 10 long-term residents and their sites were kept clean and tidy. We noticed a few RV's dry camping (for free) outside the RV park area. A free dump station (with potable water) is available between the gas station and RV park.
Note that if you're considering a longer term stay here, the nearest grocery shopping and Walmart is some 41 miles to the north in Buckeye, AZ.
During our stay here the water pressure was 40psi and no-load voltage was 123. Both AT&T and Verizon had strong, moderately fast LTE signals. We'll definitely make this place a regular stop. - Gyropilot
Mar 2017 - $8.00
A superb desert area for solitude, little traffic, beautiful sunsets, and some natural and human history. Would return again. - Sasquatchewan
Nov 2016 - $8.00
Beautiful views, no problems navigating the campground itself with 40' class A and towed unit. Standard self-registration. Most the spaces are equivalent, all have great views. The road in is a little bit bumpy but not bad. - The Old Fart
Jan 2015 - $4.00
This is a gorgeous desert spot for sunsets and solitude. The seasonal hosts are friendly and maintain the place in excellent condition. There are handicapped sites. Also there is a day use area. The best solitude is found away from the day use area. Bring water. Well marked signs off of I-8 west of Gila Bend. A kit fox visited us in early evening. - waterwoman