3 Parks near Holbrook, Arizona
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
Apr 2014 - $1.00
It is hard to rate this campground, because other than a good level campsites with a picnic table, there are no facilities such as electric, water or dump. However the price is right - free! The campground is situated so one can enter the North entrance of Petrified Wood National Park, tour the park with a RV, pulling a toad, and exit via the South entrance and within less than a mile, boondock at Crystal Forest Gift Shop Campground, at no cost. That can make a pleasant and rewarding day. - hoppytoad
Jun 2015 - $38.00
There are good facilities for families here, including a playground, pool, and daily breakfast and lunch. Sites 73 - 112 are all close to this, and have mature trees. The portion of the park we were placed in, which is sites 1 - 11, accommodates larger coaches, but is essentially a large gravel parking lot. A few sparsely planted trees (one per site) are struggling to make it. Although we were at the far end (site 20), closest to the freeway, we could not hear any noise in our coach. The freeway is barely audible even outside. WiFi is through Tengo, and as usual, is extremely slow. We used our Verizon service instead. - Pdx discovery
Jun 2015 - $34.00
This is the first KOA we've stayed in that was not well maintained. There were weeds growing up through the gravel throughout the park. The picnic tables were unusable because they needed to be sanded and repainted, if not replaced. It is very easy to find off the interstate and the interior roads are wide enough to maneuver a big rig but we probably would look for a different park if we ever get back to this area. - dickens
May 2015 - $35.00
The park staff is very friendly. They do have full hookups which was nice plus cable if you need it. The bathrooms were clean, but the entire park needs some TLC. Things need to be painted. Paint is peeling off in the bathroom and the Ladies bathroom had a funky smell like mold. The childrens playground has paint chipping off the merry go round. They do have a dinner menu and breakfast menu at a very reasonable price. - Kwanyen
Jun 2015 - $35.00
The park is an older park but is well maintained but has a lot of very large pull thrus. All sites are dirt but are level. - USAF1
Jun 2015 - $29.00
Plain park with nice long pull thru spaces. Gravel with a concrete patio. Old but clean restrooms. Plenty of area for walking the dogs. Easy on and off the interstate. - elkrun2
Jun 2015 - $34.00
We always stay here when passing through Holcomb. Large park, pretty bare, but quiet! No train noise here, great place to stay for a good night's sleep. Friendly office staff and very helpful. - rv explorer