3 RV Parks near Holbrook, Arizona
Oct 2017 - $36.00
We stayed for two nights at OK RV Park in our 40' fifth wheel. We had made reservations for a pull-through site several days in advance and were assigned to site Red-0. When I checked in, I was told that they rarely use that site and we soon discovered why. Although the gravel site was quite long, the electric hookup was near the front so we needed to pull all the way up. This put us right next door to our neighbor who was facing the other direction. That meant that our doors were only a few feet apart and we shared a common concrete pad and picnic table. I was told that, when we left, we should move the rope that served as the fence for the property and drive down a dirt road. I discovered that the dirt road had major ruts in it so we opted to back out of our site, rather than pull through. The campground had cable TV with 50 channels. However, we were expected to use the coax cable provided by the campground. I tried repeatedly to adhere to the rules which said "Please do not detach our cable" and "Do not remove or replace cables" but the cable didn't work despite numerous attempts to AutoProgram. The cable ran under the ground to a splitter bar at the neighbor's site. I went to the office to report the problem and the girl said she would be down to help me as soon as she'd checked in an RV that had just arrived. Two hours later, when she had not arrived and the office was closed, I took matters into my own hands and hooked up my own coax cable to the splitter bar and the cable TV worked great. The campground brochure actually says "If you need help, ask within 2 hours of arrival" so maybe the lack of support was the result of my untimely complaint but I've never seen such a strange policy. As noted in other reviews, the trains run constantly throughout the night with horns blowing so sleeping with the windows open was impossible. I suspect that other sites at this campground might not have all these problems but we will not return. - Phil G
Oct 2017 - $34.00
Just off the the main drag and a half mile to I-40. Large check in area. Staff was very friendly and helped us into our site. Exterior roads are paved, interior roads and sites a mix of dirt and gravel. Seemed like most of the big rigs were placed in Yellow 1-7. Very long but very narrow. Sites are level. No grass anywhere. A few large shade trees. Utilities worked fine. Good water pressure. Very good WiFi. Restrooms are old and uninviting. 25 miles from the I-40 entrance to Petrified Forest. Muffins and coffee in the a.m. Great display of petrified wood. - VegasVagabonds
Sep 2017 - $31.00
This is an older park and one end of the park has permanent housing. The roads for these houses runs right through the RV park, school busses, residents, etc. There is no speed limits signs and the roads can get quite busy. The rest rooms were clean but are very old and the floors in the showers are quite slanted. - Seabreeze 07
Sep 2017 - $11.00
Nice quiet and level place to park with electric only. Great value. No amenities or services. Right at the entrance station to petrified forest. - KAP99
Nov 2016 - $10.00
I'm rating this campground based on the fact that they only provide electric hook-up at a rate of $10 ($10.75 after tax). Sites #1-4 have a trench that would make it difficult to back a trailer into without possibly hitting the back support legs, but truck campers and vans have been using those sites without problem. The rest of sites #5-10 are flat and level. All sites are back-in but the area for maneuvering is spacious and easy to get the job done, even for newbies. They only offer 30 amp service, but we tripped the breaker and discovered it's only rated for 20 amps. They keep the electric boxes locked so you must arrive while the gift shop (west side) is open from 11am-6pm. There is absolutely no water here other than bottled water you can purchase from the gift shop. They explained it's well water that is really cruddy and they only use it for sanitation needs. The lady that runs the museum gift shop on the east side lives in her trailer behind the building and even she hauls her water in from the town of Holbrook. We filled our water and emptied the sewer tanks before we arrived, so we enjoyed resting here for a week. We wanted to see the supermoon occurring 11/14/16 and the night skies here are wide, open, and bright - perfect spot for astronomical events.
We work online so Verizon service is important - we got 3 strong bars of LTE (50-60% strength) without needing our WE boost. 3 bars of steady voice signal. I also noticed among the wifi networks that someone was using T-mobile as their hotspot, so apparently this one works here too.
Across the street (east side), you can camp for free. There are several teepees built from plywood that anyone with a sleeping bag can use for free - score one for the traveling car campers! - Sara C.
Sep 2016 - $11.00
We stayed in the campground with 30 amp service and thought it was more than adequate for our needs. We chose a large site, which was level and easy to back into. Some of the sites did have a trench of sorts that had to be crossed when backing in, but for the most part, people had no trouble getting leveled out. We would definitely stay here again. Our unit is self-contained, so we didn't miss having a toilet or water on site. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Nice park with wide spaces. Nice store with good supply of Route 66 stuff and T-shirts. Laundry was good. Dryers are electric, so takes longer to dry, but only $.75. Nice location to see the sites. Will stay here again. A little hard to figure out where the site started and ended, but plenty of room on the roads even if you stuck out a bit. - WSKeifer
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Level Gravel sites. Wifi, cable, and cell all worked well. They had a small grill where you could get dinner and a pancake breakfast. Family friendly. Dog park with grass. Friendly staff. Very clean. We would stay again if in the area. - Patricia57
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Easy access from I-40. Diesel stations are nearby. The park is very clean and the staff attentive. The park was about 50% full and busy. Sites were gravel and easy to park. Great dinner served each night and we enjoyed the great food. Wifi was best we have used this summer. We would definitely return. - Tim and Susan