3 Parks near Holbrook, Arizona
Nov 2015 - $10.00
This is one of those electric only, self contained units only sites. The location couldn't get any better if you're here to see Petrified Forest National Park, which was why we were there. There are no frills here. We did get a very usable Verizon Data signal out here surprisingly. The front office preferred cash only, but begrudgingly accepted CC. We would definitely stop here again if visiting the park again. - Living Our Dash
Apr 2015 - $1.00
Crystal Forest is summed up in "you get what you pay for"; its FREE. If you are looking for free/cheep NO hookups this is the place. The area is dry dusty desert. But Free is Free.
Close to the Petrified Forest.
Easy to get in and out.
Not a lot of people.
Would stay again, if trying to save money. - Joekam
May 2014 - $10.00
To clarify precious reviews: Yes, two gift shops and same owner. The western gift shop has free camping, but no hookups. Some spots have a shady pavilion,and there are some teepees you could stay in for free, too. The eastern gift shop offers electric, 30amp, which does work, for $10. Neither has much in the way of food, just some candy bars, sodas and a six pack or two of Budweiser. Our kids (1, 3, and 12) had fun playing in the teepees and random petrified wood about the place. Great spot for a night or two while exploring the national park. - Nathan
Nov 2015 - $34.00
We stayed one night on our way through. We got o long pull through site with water and electric. The campground and the site are easy to get in and out of. The WiFi worked well and the bathrooms are clean. We would definitely come again if we come through the area. - Ludmilla
Oct 2015 - $39.00
You can picture this KOA as a 3 acre gravel lot with some small trees, picnic tables, and pedestals. There's no definition to the sites or the roads. They advertise as big rig friendly saying you can stay hooked up to your toad. But if you do, your toad will be blocking passage behind you. Our site was one of those supposed big sites and it was barely 35' long by my measure. I'd say the longest sites without blocking the "road" behind you were about 50' long. I watched some big rigs come in and stubbornly park with their toad attached. No one could get by behind them without swerving tightly back and forth between rigs. They really need to define the interior roads to prevent chaos when the park is full. Besides this issue, rigs are parked awning close, which I hate. Free WiFi is TengoInternet and it barely works. AT&T had a 4G signal and Verizon was 3G without an external antenna, 4G with an antenna. Most sites are good for satellite. Some sites have cable TV. They did have a grassy dog park and grassy tent areas (with big signs saying don't walk your dog here). A handful of long term folks here have trashy yards. I didn't see a better option in tiny Holbrook so briefly stay here to visit the national park and move on. - Danno
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Manager was very nice and helpful. Sites are gravel--not level. Needed to use blocks on one side. Bathroom cleaning was questionable. Noise from freeway (40) was rather loud at night. But, this is pretty much the only game in town to visit the parks. And, it seems to be, primarily, an over nighter. - SAU51
Nov 2015 - $33.00
We stayed at this park with a group. It has long, level sites with full hook-ups and plenty of room between sites. The staff is very friendly and escorts you to your site. The park is very easy to access from I-40, and although close to the interstate, the noise level was low. We would stay here again if in the area. - Mike1987
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Very good park for visiting Petrified Forest/Painted Desert. Good halfway spot between Phoenix and Albuquerque. Wonderful service from lady at front desk. Very strong WiFi. We asked about streaming, were given permission, and it worked well. Sites very long with multiple sewer points. Most drives were paved but somewhat rough. We had to exit the park to re-enter for our site and that new drive was dirt and rough. Would stay here again. - Siena 1
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Not your typical campground in terms of layout, but plenty of room around site due to the buddy layout configuration. Bathrooms are pre-fab and old, but they work if you need them. Office staff very friendly and helpful! Easy on/off highway, yet quiet at night. We would stay again. - Jolly Out There