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Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $20.00
Rate is based on a 10 day stay (3 days Passport America, 7 days weekly rate and $10 charge for third dog). Electricity is additional at $0.13 per kwh. We chose this park based on location, suggestions from RV.Net users and reviews on this website. Park is located between Huachuca City and Tombstone just west of the San Pedro River. It is surrounded by Arizona State Trust Land which adjoins BLM land. Staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Check in was comprehensive. Staff can tell you everything you want to know about the area. Large clubhouse has pool, TV, lending library, kitchen facilities and hot tub. Sites are 40 x 80 pull through. They are level gravel with some natural desert landscape. There is a small concrete pad and picnic table at each site. Trash cans and dumpsters are distributed throughout the park. Subdued nighttime lighting is good. The campground is clean and well maintained. All utilities were good except for Internet. Our AT&T hotspot and cell worked great. There is a fenced dog yard for off leash. Lots of grassy space to walk on leash. Boarder Patrol including helicopters are always around. We felt safe at all times. We will definitely return. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Great trails in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area. Tombstone is a tourist trap. The courthouse museum is interesting. Some nice shops. Don't miss the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum. Lots of places to eat. Nice old buildings. Visit Chiricahua National Monument. Cochise Stronghold is worth the trip. Take State 82 to Nogales and back I-19 and stop at Tumacacori National Historic Park. Eat at Wisdom's Cafe in Tumacacori.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $16.00
Came here last year and loved it. Came back this year half expecting that it was a fluke but it wasn't. We were intending to stay for 2 days and extended to 4. Great pool and spa. Great hosts and campers. Sites are level and clean. Only complaint is the WiFi is the typical RV park slow. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $50.00
Incredibly friendly staff (but they do work at a "relaxed" pace). Some of the amenities ares dated but everything is very clean. The indoor pool was perfectly warm! The spaces are very generous, level and easy to get in regardless of your rig size. I would gladly stay here again! We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay if you want to check out some of southern Arizona's wineries!
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $15.00
We camped while attending a local sporting event that the resort helped sponsor. The rate paid was half of the normal daily rate. This park really is big rig friendly. I doubt there is an RV made that could not be easily parked here. The campground lacks large trees and shady spots. Views of the surrounding desert and hills are great. Grounds keeping is quite good. Work campers stay in a small section near the entrance where their construction equipment does not create an eyesore. Utilities were reliable and the staff friendly. Caution: this resort is very near the border and Border Patrol agents sometimes drive through the resort looking for illegals - something common to all properties near the border. Secure your campsite accordingly. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $29.00
Clean & well engineered for your happy camping. Fine maintenance is obvious as we walked the property several times. Showers are the best we've seen in comparison to several competitors. Do yourself a favor and learn the AZ Desert close up, with this park as your home base. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $17.00
Very nice park. We had a large pull through site with a lot of room to sit outside and enjoy the beautiful views. There is a pool and a gym, plus daily/weekly activities if you want to join in. We stayed with 2 other couples and all of us really enjoyed the campground and would stay here again. Our rate reflects the Passport America discount. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $13.00
Rate reflects monthly rate. Electric is metered and very reasonable. Cable worked very well. Nice wide spaces and the sites are well maintained. There is a workshop with lots of junk and old equipment/vehicles on one end that is quite an eyesore and does need some clean-up. Great walking trails and the park is about two miles from the San Pedro River which has great hiking. Great central location for seeing all the sights. Wi-Fi was in the clubhouse only and that was a real negative for us to have to go there every time we needed to get online. The workampers were all very friendly and helpful but the woman that appeared to be the manager seemed impatient and abrupt if questioned. Laundry facilities are pretty good. There is a large one with quite a few machines and a small one with just two and one machine was out of order for the entire month. It's a good value and pretty nice park but probably will look for a park with Wi-Fi onsite next year. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $20.00
The $20 rate was an Internet first time visit special. We really like this park because we had a perimeter site with a good territorial view and a view of the birds. The roads are paved. The sites are gravel with a concrete pad and picnic table. The services are midway in the site. The restrooms and showers are neat and clean. The laundry is well maintained with coin operated machines that work very well. The staff is friendly and helpful. We are already planning on returning. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $35.00
We were denied access to facilities because my disabled husband had his service dog with him. The managers were not only rude, but frightened my children when they began yelling at my husband. They had alcohol on their breath, as well. Cable channels listed in the park brochure were not available. We were only able to get 1 channel that was in Spanish. Couldn't wait to leave the place. We found a fantastic park the next night in Benson. Recommend bypassing Tombstone Territories and going to a different park. There are many good ones around. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $35.00
Great place. Very well maintained. Very friendly and courteous staff. Good spacing between sites. Will definitely return when in the area. Beautiful large pool and nice spa. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $16.00
Great spot in the middle of nowhere but close to everywhere. Quiet nights; great pool. No WiFi at the rig hence the 9/10 This was our third time here. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $13.00
Rate is monthly, plus $120 electric on top of that. We stayed here for a month. The positive: The sites are all pull through and reasonably sized. The streets are paved and the sites are pebble stones with a concrete patio. When someone leaves they smooth out the rock areas. The entire property is meticulously manicured and well cared for. The setting is quiet and the desert views are great. The negative: When we were booking on the phone I asked about several specific sites using the on line map and was told they were taken. One was next to the one we reserved. In the whole month we were here, no one was in that site, which means they could have assigned it to us. (Not sure why they told us it was taken.) The WiFi only worked in the clubhouse. The indoor swimming pool is kept covered, so you need to let them know in advance if you care to use it. The pool was at a nice temperature, however the room is not heated and was so cold that it made using the pool uncomfortable. In order to use the pool you have to go through the lobby and the only changing area is the restroom away from the pool. The pool area is dated and could use a cleaning. The clubhouse is also dated and needs updating or an interior decorator. It is bland, with the exception of a substantial military display of the owner, which seemed more appropriate in his home, rather than the clubhouse. His politics were clear. He even censored the channels on the cable TV he didn’t like, leaving only a small number of channels, which didn’t matter much since the cable TV was grainy most of time. We didn’t use the clubhouse because of his politics and because it wasn’t appealing or comfortable, thus can’t give a 10 rating. Aside from that, because the property was so well maintained we would return here again. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $21.00
Passport America rate for a very large, fairly level full hookup pull-through site with cable. $16.75 per night plus taxes and electric. We had no trouble leveling on this gravel and stone site with a concrete patio and table. The patio was placed in a funny location: When you position yourself to be able to make the hookup connections the patio is at the back of your RV. No problem, just weird. It is a nice valley setting and very quiet here. They have a Wi-Fi hotspot in the book exchange room. Our Verizon broadband was fairly good and connected at 3G. If you like birds, then Ramsey Canyon Preserve is a must. Take Ramsey Canyon Rd off of 92 to the very end. It is just past the Inn and had all kinds of hummingbirds. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $18.00
Rate is PA, plus $15 for electric running AC everyday. We just loved this Park in the desert 15 miles from Tombstone and 20 miles from Sierra Vista. Sites were huge, staff very friendly, and beautiful setting. Laundry facilities good and reasonably priced. Grass somewhere would have been nice. But hey, it's in the desert. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $15.00
Passport America park. We stayed there while visiting relatives. It is far out of town, but a nice park. All sites face north and are relatively flat on gravel. There was a concrete pad with a table. Friendly, helpful staff. Electric is extra and since we did laundry and it was hot, we ran the air. This increased the price by $9 total for the stay. We would not stay there again only because it was farther from our relatives than anticipated. We gave it a nine, due to the extra for the electric. We camped at Tombstone Territories RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Great place to stay if you want to check out some of southern Arizona's wineries!longweekends • January 2015
Great trails in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area. Tombstone is a tourist trap. The courthouse museum is interesting. Some nice shops. Don't miss the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum. Lots of places to eat. Nice old buildings. Visit Chiricahua National Monument. Cochise Stronghold is worth the trip. Take State 82 to Nogales and back I-19 and stop at Tumacacori National Historic Park. Eat at Wisdom's Cafe in Tumacacori.Thunder Mountain • February 2015
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