We were in this park for 5 days and it was excellent. Sites though gravel were level and had a tree (note this is relatively new park so trees are still small). They had water issues the first two days. Off and on we were there but they let us know when it would be fixed.
Nice little store next to office. Close to Petro gas and highway but no sounds from either disturbed us. - Gloria S.
This is a sweet little park, easy on and off I40. Internal roads are paved, sites are gravel and level with extra long sites available. We parked with a 44ft MH with car attached. Campground very clean with nice dog exercise area. Although just off the highway, it was very quiet and peaceful. We did not use facilities or Wifi. Cell hotspot worked well and satellite reception good. Campground is small and fills up fast during peak snowbird travel season, we were lucky to have reservation as several campers were turned away. They do allow dry camping in the front of their parking area as long as there is room. Staff friendly and helpful. We will return to this CG if we are passing through this area next year. - LvR
Spaces are wide and long with no need to unhook. Plenty of space for our four slides. Easy access from I-40. The back-in sites across from our pull-through site were empty so we had a wonderful view from our front windshield. We extended our stay from two nights to five nights in order to visit a rum distillery 20 minutes away. Very friendly staff. It's out of town so it's quiet and low-key. There is a Petro fuel station close by. We look forward to staying here again. - Fiesta on wheels
2755 Mission Boulevard Kingman, AZ 86401-5308 Kingman, Arizona 928 718-3700
Sites: 20 | Latest Rate: $14.00 |
Beautiful area, very quiet and peaceful. This campground is a standard BLM campsite....nothing to write home about, everything is well used and well worn, but adequate for a day or two of exploring the area. Campsites and the road around the park are not level and are narrow for larger rigs. We did just fine with some finagling. There are a couple of pull-through sites, too. Read the website description for the location. Milepost 40.5 on Highway 93. - simonsrf
Park was ok. Manager was nice. Came in late - left early, but seemed like an ok place to stay. - Lazy Bear
Basically a mobile home park that allows overnighters. Busy street next to park. Park is a little long in the tooth including the showers, but they are free and they work. $2 charge for Wi-Fi. - Thedogsma
I found this campground through the Kingman Visitor Bureau. No website. Called to make reservations (none taken). OK for overnight stay, but dusty, lots of permanent residents, and close to busy street. Has a nice-looking pool, but found out (too late after a hot drive) that it closes at 6:00 PM! Price was OK and close to where we wanted to be and near a big shopping area, but would probably not stay there again. Address: 2360 Airway Avenue Kingman, AZ 86409 - looker
Not level due to the park being on a hill, but nothing that was difficult to get level. Good utilities, well placed. Extra wide pull-thrus. Laundry room was clean. The rules stated that only rvs no more than 10 years old were allowed but there were several permanent rvs older than that. No one asked us the age of ours. Staff was very helpful and polite. We would stay here again. - The Griffins
This is a small but very clean and well managed park. Our check in was fast and friendly. The sites are very wide and our pull-thru worked well for our 40 ft. coach. All services worked well. We stayed for 3 days to explore the area. The park is located just off I-40 and the highway noise is not noticeable. I recommend this park and will stay here again when in the area. - LarryB
We have stayed at the Fort Beale RV Park on several occasions. This will be our first review on the park because every time it is pretty much the same. Just a great place to stay.
The park manager's is a couple who are very nice and helpful. They go out of their way to make your stay pleasant and enjoyable.
The park has some long term residents but, you won't see any trash or run down RV's and no Mobile Homes. They are located on the outside of the circle park and the short term RV's are located in the middle pull thru spots. There is ample space between the spots and while they do have some short trees none of them interfere with your RV slide outs or satellites. The utilities are in the correct space and the sewer line is low so your hose works properly. Once someone leaves a caretaker comes and cleans up the spot for the next RV.
We have used the pool, the laundry room and the full restrooms and showers and they are always nice and clean. I only wish they had a Jacuzzi.
The park is close to the frwy but, you really do not hear traffic noise. The park is also close to old town and the new shopping areas. It is the perfect jump off point for the Colorado River, The Grand Canyon and Vegas.
Honestly I could find no cons with this place. The only ones I can find are the RVers who do not follow the rules. Once in awhile you may see a dog run loose behind its owner because they feel special or someone who doesn't understand RV etiquette and leave a sewer line on the ground and not on a rack but, that is no reflection on the park itself. If the managers see something they do something about it. - SteelHorseRider
Personnel very friendly and helpful. Lots of road noise as park is by interstate. Dusty as on dirt. Full hookups with long pull through sites. Does have WiFi but it was slow. Good for overnight. Need to know where you are going or could turn onto frontal road instead of second road into the park. We would probably stay again. - Jerryws98516
Great little park; really nice managers; clean and right off the main highway 93, just an hour and a half from Las Vegas. - redwoodoxie
We traveled a few extra miles on our way to Vegas to get our "Good Sam" discount, and were so glad we did. A lovely site with beautiful surroundings, very quiet and some great trails around the camp. A really helpful and friendly manager despite us turning up after closing. The facilities are excellent with a great lounge area full of games, books, and films. There has been a lot of work put into making this a welcoming site and we would have stayed much longer if we had the time - I would definitely return. One of our best stops in our 2 month travels. - clariceb
Facility is easy to get to just north of a residential area in Kingman, which makes the park very quiet. Flat, generally level sites that require minimal rig adjustment. Sites are pretty basic, gravel, which means that some small rocks will join you on your travels into the rig, but no big deal. Restrooms were very nice and clean. We haven't stayed at a lot of KOAs, so this one was really nice in comparison to other parks we've visited. Would definitely stay here again if traveling through this part of AZ. - Iplar
Quiet park, away from traffic. Clean, wide pull- thrus, divided by
shrubbery. Plenty of washers and dryers, clean laundry room.
Cable choices and Wifi very good. Would come here again. - M Price
Clean, convenient easy-access. Clean, reasonably priced laundry. Very nice hosts. Escort to site. Utilities and cable work well. WiFi did not work, despite the 11 towers in the park. Would definitely stay again. - Doogiesmom
Friendly lady at check in. Free Wi-Fi, no cable TV but can get several channels over the air. - hotpepperkid
This is a great park. It has a nice laundry room. Also a pet walk. We stayed here three nights, on our way to Benson,Az. The staff was very friendly. - The Howards
Staff here is friendly and helpful. Pull through sites are mostly for short stay campers, the remainder are long term residents. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Interior roads are paved. Water and Sewer can be a long reach with hookups uphill and at the rear of each site. Some sites have paved patios with picnic tables and benches. HDTV brings in several decent channels and our WiFi had a 4G signal as did the phones. CG is between I-40 and railroad; however, the noise isn't all that bad, didn't keep us awake. We find this a nice place to relax for a day or two and would return. - SilverBear
Rate based on monthly stay. You put a deposit down and there in very, very small print that if you are leaving you have to give 10 days notice to get deposit back. It was a wash because it was hot & we ran the AC a lot. OK place to stay and they give lots of discounts to various memberships. - PugetSound
Nice place. Nice office greeter. Minimal train noise compared to other RV sites in Kingman. We will be back. - zzzya
After climbing the 6 % grade west of Kingman take exit 51 or 53 off I-40 to four lane Airway Ave., which leads to easy in and out for a big rig at Zuni. The park is in a commercial area convenient to most franchise, grocery, drug, or fuel stores that anyone could want. Registration is friendly and easy. Landscape is appropriate to the high desert. Pine trees, well trimmed, are between sites. Sites are wide, and there is good space between sites. There are permanents here in their own area. The pool was empty, we assume, because of the time of year. The roads are paved. The sites are near level graded from the packed sand desert soil. Cable TV had a maximum of channels. Wi-Fi was strong with no problem. The bathrooms, showers, and washers are at the main office on Airway Ave. The clean bathrooms have a code lock on the door. We like this park, but we give this park a 7 compared to the 10's where we have stayed. We have stayed here several times, and we will stay here again. - feral cat