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4 RV Parks near Gila Bend Air Force Auxilary Field, Luke AFB, Arizona
Feb 2018 - $10.00
Conveniently located just off interstate. Quiet park in the desert at Gila Bend installation. First come, first served with no reservations accepted. Osmosis system for drinking water, very open area and popular with snow birds in the winter. Also very inexpensive and a great place to stay for a short time.
First come, first served policy dictates you check in as soon as possible if sites are available. - chilkateagle
Mar 2018 - $12.00
Small campground behind the Shell Tuck stop. Great for an overnight with the Passport America rate of $12.00. We had a pull through site and we were able to keep out tow car attached. Full hookups worked fine. No showers but ultra clean restrooms at the truck stop. The campground fills up fast in season with people traveling through Arizona. There were 8 rigs dry camping next to the campground when we left early in the morning. Good place to dry camp as very few trucks seemed to be stopping here so the noise was minimal. We will stay here again in our Big Rig motorhome. - lmg
Jan 2018 - $12.00
This is a small, first come/first served RV park tucked behind the Shell station. Despite the fact that it is a busy truck stop, no glamour, it is very quiet in the RV park.. We were just needing a place for the night and happened upon this. Full hookups and everything works. On gravel, not just desert dirt. Propane available. Laundry is good. There is free WiFi, but it's iffy out here in the RV area. We could get no TV reception. Cell service is good. If you are just needing a dump station, they have a free one here. $23.99 a night, but with Passport America we paid $11.99. If you are looking for Mexican yard art and such, there is plenty of it in the gift shop. And, for those who like to get weighed once in a while, there are scales to see just how overloaded we can get an RV. GPS 32.93143, -112.67275 - Max_well
Oct 2017 - $40.00
We stopped here but didn't stay. Old truck out back says "$19 a day". Went inside and the guy says it's $40 a day - that's an old sign. Absolutely NO ONE staying in the park. All gravel, run down. We left and went to a park down the street. - cincychic
Sep 2018 - $36.00
Nicely landscaped campground with long, wide, sites. Interior roads easy to navigate. It was hot the two days we were there. No noticeable noise at night. Would return if we were in the area. - lce3
Sep 2018 - $50.00
We had a huge site , 150 ft long. Sites are gravel with a concrete patio. We had a gas grill and gas fireplace. Didn't need the fireplace since it was in low 100's during our stay but we used it one night. The grill was spotless. Great customer service, all KOA's should be like this. - CGNRG
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Best KOA yet and by far the cleanest washrooms we have seen in any park. Spacious level sites, desert park so very little shade. Well laid out with convenient access to facilities. - Travlnpj
Mar 2018 - $4.00
This is a perfect dry camping area. Very quiet, sites far apart. Nice views. - jor
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