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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $15.00
Rates based on monthly. Paved roads, security gate. Site is dirt with concrete pad and table. Orange or grapefruit trees that you can take fruit. Friendly people, some activities. Small dog run in front but a long one in back. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Fifth Wheel.
Spring training baseball games within a hour drive. We can go to all the parks from here.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $45.00
Nice little park: quiet, clean showers/bathrooms, spotless pool and laundry area. Nice spacing between sites and convenient to freeway but a couple of miles down the road, so there was no freeway noise. Fruit trees at most sites. The only thing they need to do is repave the interior roads as the asphalt is cracked up. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.
Close to shopping & restaurants.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $41.00
We stayed for 3 nights. Daily rate is after Good Sam discount including $3 power add-on. We were assigned #185, a so-called "premium site". It was not level, the pavement is broken up, the power pedestal is damaged and the insulation on the 30 amp. receptacle is partly broken, and the site is next to the entrance and therefore exposed to all traffic noise. Not premium in our book. Also, WiFi is not provided by the park and one has to sign up with Tengo Internet, with whom we have had only poor experiences.
We had stayed in this park several years ago when it was in better shape and we had the same size lot away from the entrance without having to pay for a "premium" site. This time: overall - poor value. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Travel Trailer.
There is a field to the north of the park where one can exercise large dogs. However, they are likely to pick up thorns in their pads.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $42.00
All the pavement is breaking up throughout the park, no cable TV, no WIFI. no newspaper stands. A dairy is nearby so there is an awful smell 2 or 3 times a day. Would not stay here again, especially for the price. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $46.00
This was a one nighter for us and we had no reservations. The park was pretty full when we pulled in and we ended up in what they call a premium space. We saw very little, if any, difference in it and the deluxe spaces close by but again, with no reservations we took what we could for the night. Nice park but a tad cramped and to us it seemed like a "busy body" atmosphere. We had no sooner hooked up and a couple came over and invited us to join them for a glass of wine. Nice gesture of course and we did take them up on their offer but didn't stay long as we were tired from driving, etc. Several other folks came by to find out as much as they could about us and we got a couple of other invites to stop by. Lots of party type folk seem to hang out at this park which is really not our thing when we travel. I guess we are a couple of old "stick-in-the-muds". We didn't use the facilities as we left early the next morning. We would stay here again if we passed thru the area at a time when we wanted to stop for the day but would not make it a final destination or a lengthy stay of any duration. A bit pricey for what we could see and they do tack on a $3/day electric charge which was a bit of a "shock" to us as most parks don't do this, or at least if they do it isn't shown as a separate charge. Overall it's an okay park to drop the anchor for a night. Hookups all worked fine for us in the space we were in and it is convenient to outside stores, local attractions, and gas, etc. The check in staff was friendly and helpful which is always nice. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $38.00
We have stayed here before about 2 years ago and thought it was a very nice park. Not true this time. Each site has olive and citrus trees which in some cases, ours in particular, hang well into the space and limit slide-outs. It is best to check the site they assign you before moving in. Though the park advertises cable, the connector on my site's cable had been cut off. I was told by neighbors that many are cut off. However, over-the-air reception is good and there are many channels in the Phoenix area. The asphalt roads through the park are in poor repair and the sites are fairly short and difficult to park in. I don't think we will be stopping here again. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $44.00
We had reserved our site on line for 2 nights. We arrived at 5 p.m. Office closed at 4. They knew we were coming but didn't leave any brochure or anything on the door as to where we were to go. Called the number for security and he came and parked us. The roads were quite narrow and the sites had trees on both sides that needed trimmed. We had a very hard time getting in and missing tree branches. Couldn't put out our awning because of tree branches. When we pulled out to leave the branches rubbed the length of our new trailer. We never did get any info on the park. My suggestion is to tape door info for late comers like they do at most parks. Will not stay there again. We paid more for a deluxe sight and this wasn't what we call deluxe. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $47.00
We had stayed here 10 years ago and it was a great park, not so now. The asphalt roads are in need of major repair. The trees need to be trimmed to allow for the bigger rigs of today. The park has a run down feel about it. Our space was dirty it had not been cleaned in a long time. The pool area is nice and the guy who checked us in was great. The spaces are small for todays rigs, not sure we would stay here again. Also, they charge for the internet and at this price not good. We did not use it as we have gone to AT&T hot spot. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $44.00
Nicely maintained park. Roads and sites are paved with concrete patios. Problems are the sites not being long enough to park your rig and then easily park your tow vehicle. Many citrus trees right next to the sites and they are low and broad so slides and awnings may hit them. Wi-Fi is not free. I give it a seven because no free Wi-Fi and they are charging $44 per night (discount rate), which to me is overpriced, plus their spaces and roadway can be confining if the park is full. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $32.00
Fantastic park. Huge pool and spa, level Sites. Gated entrance for security. Big rig friendly to a point. Our 45 foot motorhome fit but was hard to park the car also. The sewer connection is at the very back of the site so had to have a longer hose. Has a lot of permanents but they all are at the back of the park and you really never see them. The temporary people are put in the front near pool and laundry. Trees on sites but they are close to rig location so hard to deploy slides without hitting a tree branch. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $31.00
Check-in was friendly and efficient. Spots all felt a wee bit tight in both length and width. Showers were okay (clean, updated tile, older fixtures). Fine for an overnight. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $29.00
We were visiting family in Goodyear, and this was a great park for us. Not far off the freeway, so you will hear traffic if you listen for it. The park is clean. The staff is very friendly. The pool looked clean and inviting, although we did not use it. Spots were assigned and although the park was not full, they did put rigs next to each other rather than spacing them out for a little privacy. That is the only reason I did not give them a 10. They are doing road work on I-10, so follow the website directions rather than your GPS. Nightly rate I listed is based on a weekly rate plus $3 daily electric fee. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $40.00
We stayed here for about 2 months. It was awesome picking fresh citrus fruits from the trees in the park. You can have as much as you want, but only as much as you and your family can eat. The pool was bathwater warm, so swimming in the middle of winter was an incredible experience (this was our first time snowbirding). The staff was accommodating, but not super friendly. The park was "family-friendly", but there was no playground for children. Children and pets were advised to stay off the grass...the little bit that they had. It was a somewhat unwelcoming feeling we had staying there, so we ended up moving to a different RV park, which was a million times better for our family's needs. I did like that the whole park was paved. It made jogging parking, leveling, bike riding really easy. We would NOT stay here again, only because it didn't really feel family friendly, and we would only recommend it to people staying there without children. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $35.00
Nice park, well maintained, close to freeway and shopping nearby. We were in the Phoenix area visiting friends and this park had everything we needed. Friendly staff and 24 hour security made this a pleasant stay, we will stay here next time we are in the area. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $32.00
Beautiful citrus treed park, paved roads and sited, spotless, friendly staff and security gate into park. We were here 5 nights. Goodyear is west of Phoenix and RV park is south off I-10 west. Many full timers in back of park in 5th wheels. Very nice, very clean facilities. Easy to get into Phoenix or Scottsdale. We had Wi-Fi and satellite TV so no report on those facilities. We would highly recommend this park as it does have the trees and is not a dust bowl. Jets did fly over several nights in training missions to the desert. Sites were large and spaced apart. We camped at Destiny RV Resort / Phoenix West in a Motorhome.Undo
Spring training baseball games within a hour drive. We can go to all the parks from here.jcpjane • March 2015
There is a field to the north of the park where one can exercise large dogs. However, they are likely to pick up thorns in their pads.pebru • March 2015
Close to shopping & restaurants.gtogrl • March 2015
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