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86 RV Parks near Gilbert, Arizona
We did however find 86 campgrounds within 25 miles of Gilbert. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Gilbert in the left hand column.
Apr 2017 - $37.00
Staying here for 1 week. Rate based on weekly rate discount. This is a 55+ community with a small group of sites set aside for RV's. Calling ahead for a reservation is definitely recommended. Overall, we have found it to be very neat, clean, & peaceful. Residents are friendly. Some older units, but all are well maintained. The sites are gravel (like 99% of the area), but not dusty. Each site has a good sized paved patio. Interior roads are paved & easy to navigate. The only negative I have found is that the electrical hook-up at this site is 50 amp only. An adapter is necessary for a 30 amp rig. The community is very convenient to the Chandler area. Lots of shopping close by. If you are coming in on the AZ-202 Loop, do not take the Gilbert Road exit unless you are okay with a u-turn to get to the campground entrance. There is no cut in the median across from the entrance. We would definitely stay here again when in the Chandler area. - Life's good
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This place is all about the value. We discussed some of the "questionable" reviews with management prior to arriving for a one month visit close to daughter #1. Frankly, this was about the only option near Chandler, so we took the chance. I would suggest you ask for a space in the "main part" of the park, which is peppered with a combination of mobile homes, and RVs. There is a small section for RVs closer to Gilbert Rd., and it was noisier there. Just about all sites we saw in the main park of what essentially is a mobile home park with RVers tossed in were back-in, and you might find yourself at the limit of your 50 amp line to reach the power pole. Power in Chandler (in fact much of AZ) goes on and off...in our case 5 times in one month. We counted on our surge protector to keep things in shape, and the power was 117/119v across both legs pretty much all the time. Our site was wide enough for 4 slides out, plus the toad either in front/or to the side. A concrete pad was large enough for the awning to cover the chairs. We brought our own Internet, and the cable was just fine. 100+ year old cactus, oleander/bougainvillea (in bloom), and palm trees abound. The pool was large, deep and clean. The hot tub next to the pool was hot and clean. In looking around, it's like time stands still here. The maintenance guy on the golf cart hands out doggie treats, the central courtyard surrounding the pool complex, and the interesting mix of "desert rat" residents, transient RVers, multi-month snowbirds, and local working residents make for an interesting and friendly mix. Anytime we caught ourselves comparing to some of the jazzier places we have stayed we stopped, because we couldn't name one that offered full 50 amp hook-ups for what is about 20-30 bucks a day. If you are looking for luxury...keep driving. However, if you want a unique, clean, value-laden historical piece of Arizona RV'ing...go ahead. - tres gatos
Jan 2015 - $30.00
We were here for 3 nights, wish it had been less. This is basically a mobile home park with spots for a few RV's as an afterthought in a very tight corner of the park right next to a very busy road with lots of buses and a 24 hr. Circle K right behind us. We have stayed in nearly 100 RV parks and campgrounds and this was one of the worst we have ever tried to pull in or hook up to. Our electricity was shared on a 30amp circuit with a gigantic lighted 2-sided billboard over our head, so that if we used more than 2 appliances at the same time in our trailer, the circuit would break. Turn the breaker off and out goes the billboard! The sewer hookup was actually underneath the RV, so you hook up and back over your sewer. Road noise was inconceivable. The office's answer for everything was "that's the way it's always been". We had a hedge of bushes between us and the bus stop and music playing 24 hours a day at the Circle K. The pool/rec room was nice. We would NEVER return here. This park would be better served to eliminate the RV spots. - kcjflea
Apr 2018 - $35.00
$2.25 a load for washer. $1.25 for dryer 35 minutes. - pshep
Jan 2018 - $35.00
The camp hosts were very friendly and the grounds were well maintained. The restrooms and laundry room was very clean also. The place is small around maybe 20 spaces in a lot behind the owners motorcycle shop and in between camps were small as well. It can get noisy as it is a shop and with the Main Street traffic. Our trailer was in a tight spot that the trucks across from us had to be moved so we could get out. The campground is right across the street from Camping World and there's lots of RV Sales Lot, grocery stores and restaurants nearby. This place is ok but I would like a lot more space between camps and if only the road around the campground were wider or had a bigger turn. - Kukana
Oct 2016 - $29.00
Having viewed Twin Palms on Google Earth, I was a little apprehensive about spotting the entrance on arrival but no problems.
A very well maintained, clean park with excellent facilities. Grounds keepers were there about 8:00 Tue morning, trimming, mowing and blowing to maintain the very neat appearance.
I was especially impressed with the sewer hookup. It had not been run over, cross-threaded by an 800 lb. gorilla or otherwise abused and made unusable.
This was our first visit but not the last. - jrbarber
Sites: 43 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Apr 2015 - $15.00
I really enjoyed my stay here, a very good value for the cost (apparently a year-round price). It is difficult to find a reasonably-priced RV park this close to the Gilbert/Chandler area. The Manager made me feel right at home.
My stay lasted four months during the summer season. Due to the time of year, it was very quiet. The small RV sites are clustered together among the park models. At this time of year, there were no neighbors in my section except a few park model occupants.
The park is old and the electric meters could use a paint job, but the laundry room, restroom facilities, and community center were kept immaculate. The pool was small but well maintained. - Margo Armstrong
Mar 2017 - $52.00
We spent several days in this park, we were in town for an unexpected family emergency and found its location very good for getting around to different areas. The motorhome area is rather tight, we had to sandwich in between mobile homes. However if we went again we would just ask for one in a different location. The site had full hook ups and was long enough for coach and our tow vehicle. It was very level. The full-time neighbors in the mobile homes were not happy to see us there pulling our motorhome in and out. The staff in the park however were very friendly and helpful. This is a good size park with two swimming pools and two clubhouse is filled with activities. - Nan Griff
Jan 2016 - $24.00
We stayed here for the entire months of January and February. The $24 a night price reflects the monthly rate plus the flat-rate electricity (unusual, as other places we've stayed at month-at-a-time bill you for actual usage).
Palm Gardens has a "low-end" section called The Village, which is where many of the RVs and single-wide trailers are located. It's convenient to the south clubhouse / pool, but also close to Lindsay Rd. which is noisy. Still, we had plenty of room to get our rig in and out plus to park our toad. We liked that CenturyLink provides short-term DSL service to the site, which was a win-win for us. Less for our cell minutes, and true broadband for streaming Netflix, etc.
You enter only on Main, but can exit either on Main or on Lindsay. Post office is adjacent to park, Fry's grocery /gas a block away, Camping World a few blocks away, Walmart a few miles away, ditto for Costco.
Mail delivery is right to your site, which is nice.
Not as many amenities as the Cal-Am resorts we've stayed in, but it is a nice place to stay, and if we returned to Mesa, we'd probably stay here again. - coffeetime
Dec 2013 - $23.00
Clean park, mostly a manufactured home park vs. an RV park. RV sites seemed to be primarily occupied by long term residents. Very clean and neat. Price reflects Passport America discount for a week, plus 2 days at the regular rate. WiFi did not work in our section of the park. Verizon JetPack worked well. We were put in a site between 2 single wide trailers; very quiet location, much quieter than the RV section that was close to a busy street. Laundry facilities were about the cleanest we've seen at any RV park with plenty of machines and reasonable prices. - DRFink
Apr 2018 - $1.00
This park is what I call a 'seasonal destination park' in that it has a very large number of events scheduled during the season (November - March). There are multiple pools, a cafe, regular happy hours in addition to crafts, billiards, and other activities intended to keep the residents busy. The park is very large and well organized. The staff & work campers were friendly and quite helpful.
Our space was very large and in good repair, however there was an overgrown citrus tree that made hooking up our electric a little prickly challenge.
Since we visited off season, it was quite laid back and there were few activities available. Please note, as Thousand Trails members, this was one of our Trails Collection 'free sites'. I only put $1 in the nightly rate because the system won't allow a zero. - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Mar 2018 - $36.00
Great park. Just watch the electric hook up. We hooked into wrong 50amp plug and even though my surge protector read all good we blew the microwave and a real good small fan. - DKingsbury3
Feb 2018 - $30.00
One of the huge snowbird parks in Mesa. Lots of mobile homes and park models. Lots of entertainment we didn't use, except pickleball. Gets more expensive every year. we stayed two month as before. good laundry, nice dryers, cheap. the rest of the infrastructure gets worse every year. in 8 weeks we had six times no water for hours. Everything else works but a lot is run down. Cable works but you have to find a pole with an available connection. Parking in many spots is a challenge for big rigs. we would go again if we can't find something else. Rate is monthly rate plus electric. - swissman
Mar 2016 - $32.00
This is a nice little park right in town. We purchased a new RV a stayed here for a week to shake out all the bugs. Many stores, restaurants and RV shops close by. The traffic noise is pretty bad from morning until late evening but it is very quiet at night for sleeping. The owner, Bobby, was very pleasant and helpful. We would stay here again for short term only, a month or less. - Abyss
Oct 2012 - $29.00
We just returned to this park, still with our 40' Alpha which we just cannot part with. We love this quiet little park. The owner greets us and guides us into our spot every time. The guests are almost all winter snowbirds, and all are very nice. Hookups are convenient and our space was large enough for our multiple slides and Jeep. This was just a short trip through, but the weather was nice and we ate outside at the picnic table every night. We will be back any time we are in this area. - RalphOnTheRoad
Feb 2012 - $32.00
Owner was nice. A little close to the main road. Good place for the money. Small size is appealing to me. - bray20252
Mar 2018 - $48.00
We stayed in this park from December until April. The rate is the published daily rate, monthly is $690 plus utilities. The good, There are plenty of amenities and activities. The Bad, due to the aging infrastructure there were several water outages as water mains were replaced and there was 1 power outage the lasted for 37 hours. This is an older trailer park that has some RV spaces. The roads are narrow and the spaces are small. - Rich622
Mar 2017 - $24.00
Very nice park. Lots of activities, nice pool/spa area. Over the air TV stations were more than enough. Friendly helpful staff. The down side. . . Extremely tight spots, i normally don't have any issues backing my rig up, but they were very specific where the rig had to be. Narrow streets and location of palm trees and single wide permanent tenants made parking an ordeal. The wifi is non existent. - Mobeywon
Mar 2017 - $47.00
55+ park an expensive "resort" that's more a mobile home park. In town for a funeral and it was close to cemetery. Reservation made and arrived just before dark. They sent me to a waiting area and parked the unit that came in behind me saying if I was not in a site by dark I had to stay in the waiting area. He came by and said to follow him we were headed to the same area. Got to my assigned site and there is a Tow dolly & Class A in the site. He comes back and says they are supposed to be gone. Directed to another site and he leaves again, wife and I are backing in and he is back with headlights in my eyes. Wife says I will finish backing if he turns the golf cart lights out so I can see. He was friendly but the spaces and street are narrow, and over priced. Had I been earlier I would have looked for another place. - Edd505
Mar 2018 - $26.00
It is a very old park, so sites are tight and some broken cement on driveways and patios. We stayed most of winter. Lots of activities and music at the grill, fun time. Pool area is nice with clean showers. Park is close to shopping and restaurants, therefore noisy traffic. Water pressure quite low most of the time. Laundry needs update/repairs. - oncemore
Mar 2018 - $37.00
Nice facilities and convenient to the Mesa area. Site 918 is difficult to enter due to tree across from it and a retaining wall on the driver's side. Other sites are tight but easier to move the RV in. We had to move from site 866 to 918 for our 2nd week. The cost represents the weekly rate. There was no discount during March as it is peak season. Park has hot tubs, pools, mini-golf, shuffleboard and other opportunities for exercise. - Bud H
Dec 2017 - $98.00
WiFi is basically non-existent, was told it might work if I used it by the pool. Tried in trailer, no luck. Very shocked in this day and age that it was not included. No cable box was provided. Did get Tv to work off of antenna but most channels were foreign language or shopping, etc. If you do not have your own satellite dish you are out of luck basically. Were required to wear pin on name tags if we were near the office, etc. Lots of activities for full timers. IN CONCLUSION: If you need to be connected to WIFI and more than 3 local tv channels, you might want to stay somewhere else. Otherwise, the people were friendly, park was clean and very pet friendly. Got Passport America so that I could get discounted spot but that only applied to smaller back in spots and we are new RVrs so did not feel comfortable so opted for pull thru. Rangers moving us were very personable and friendly but the streets were very narrow and not the easiest to maneuver. So price went up from 22 to 98. Did give me a 20% discount after I complained about the TV and WIFI. Palm tree planted on site 39 caused a scratch on side since turn to pull out was so tight - beverly s
Feb 2010 - $42.00
This is a large scale park-model community that has empty (usable) RV sites scattered throughout. It's hard to get a count of how many sites are available for travelers. The place is immaculate. It's a 55+ "community" so there are lots of activities for senior citizens. We don't need anything like that, but we're happy to be here in a clean, comfortable site with all working utilities. We were escorted to our site by a man in a golf cart who directed me while I backed in. He did a decent job. The park is dotted with orange trees, but they aren't really "shade" trees. You'll depend on your awning. The Wi-Fi is in the clubhouse. Though it's usable in some close-in sites, it should not be depended on for in-rig use. There is a cable-tv cable, but one needs to be on a long term stay, so you can have the cable company turn it on (at your expense.) We were glad to get a site here, as Mesa/Phoenix in the winter is hard to visit at the spur of the moment. - Ed Greenberg