3 RV Parks near Holbrook, Arizona
Jul 2017 - $36.00
This is an OK RV park, as the name states! The access roads are very wide; great for big rigs. The sites are level gravel pull-thru's with full hook ups (50 amp) and cable. The sites are very long and somewhat wide. It's very quiet. Wifi was poor. The staff was very friendly. The park is large but only some of the spots have hook-ups and they are consolidated in one area of the RV park. There was a heavy rain while we were there and there was quite a bit of mud flow in the site we were in. Others did not have as much. No pool or hot tub. Free coffee and muffins in the morning. This is an OK place for a day or two. It is near the freeway yet far enough away to be quiet. We would stay here again. - DrM Traveler
Jul 2017 - $36.00
Nice wide level pullthru spaces. The wfi worked great. This was an overnight stop & we would stay here again. - HS R.
Jun 2017 - $36.00
Park was easy to access from I-40. Sites were all pull through nice and long did not have to unhook. Check in was easy people were friendly. Only problem was someone removed the cone off one of our rear tires. - Cactusflower
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
May 2016 - $11.00
Mostly this is to refine some points of these campgrounds. There are 2 Museums at this entrance to Petrified National Park. The one on the west side of the road has 30 amp power and that site cost $10.75/day. The Museum on the east side has the free camping. There are about 6 sites up front with de-energized 30 amp plugs. There are multiple dry camping sites behind these sites. There was water available but I was told by a gentleman in the store that he wouldn't put it in his radiator or give to a dog. This place has flat parking, is the only place within 25 miles, is right at the entrance to the Park, and it's free. It also has pretty good Verizon MiFi 4G service. You should come with a full fresh water tank and empty waste tanks, and full fuel tanks in your rig and your toad. - pumper9x9
Jul 2017 - $45.00
This can only be described as a muddy gravel pit. The sites and roads are basically poorly drained hard packed dirt with a thin layer of gravel so when it rains its a mess and stays that way for a while. Because the entire campground is gravel its hard to determine where the road ends and your site begins, so campers were parked haphazardly and often uncomfortably close. There is traffic noise from nearby Interstate 40 on one side and constant train noise on the other. Unfortunately the other campgrounds in town are just as bad so if you want to visit Petrified Forrest NP this may be your best choice. - Minnie Pearl
Jul 2017 - $33.00
This isn't the worst campground we've ever been in, but it's close to it. When we went in to register, the woman in the office was not friendly. The next day when I went in there with a question, another woman was at the desk and was very friendly. So it's a crap shoot as to whether you're greeted as a guest or as a nuisance. The roads and sites are not delineated at all. You can't tell where the site ends and the road begins. For those of you with a dog, the same holds true for the dog walking area, which is at the back of the campground and is about 10 feet wide and runs the length of the campground. The laundry is expensive, and the air conditioner in there doesn't throw out cold air. It's no better than a fan. This place is definitely not worth the money they charge. Needless to say, we won't be back. - mrpeepers
Jul 2017 - $54.00
Another KOA in transition, unfortunately the labor appears to be unskilled. Some of the staff were great, some not so much. extremely tight spaces. - mfcros