15 Parks near Kingman, Arizona
Dec 2014 - $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
Sep 2016 - $54.00
This park is located a couple miles off I-40 in a semi developed residential area so it's very quiet. It's an older park but well maintained. Our pull thru was a typical, narrow KOA site that was built before RV's had slide outs. Each site has hedges and trees that add privacy but make a narrow site even narrower. The power pedestal is located in the front and the water, sewer connection is towards the back. I had to jockey around a bit to find the "sweet spot" where I could reach the power, sewer and not hit my slide outs on trees. All the utilities worked fine. Each site built in charcoal BBQ but in my case it's location is within a few feet of my neighbor's slide out.
The biggest issue I have with this park is it's way over priced. We are on a 30 day, 9 state tour of western states (not inc. CA). All of our stays have been at private RV parks and this is the second highest price we've paid. At the hightest priced park, also our favorite, we paid only a few dollars more than here and it's at a whole different level than this park. It's also adjacent to a national park.
If ever again in Kingman, I'll stay elsewhere. - Recycled
Aug 2016 - $60.00
Nice enough park. A little overpriced, we thought. Site was level and facilities worked fine. Pool and hot tub are as good as anywhere. There were more activities that may justify the cost but we didn't use them. I'd probably look elsewhere due to the cost next time we stay in Kingman. - ChrisE
Jun 2016 - $41.00
Very basic campground, would definitely stay here again...but it was hotter than...well HOT. (I measured 156 degree ground temps.) Nice basic KOA campground and we were tired so it worked fine, as long as our AC did. That would have sucked. - 7 on the road
Oct 2016 - $34.00
Glad to see this park is still as good as when we were here a few years ago. It's good for a night or for a week. As usual in Arizona, it is all gravel with few trees, but a very good park of that type. Sites are quite spacious, level and easy in/out. Utilities are good and the people are friendly and efficient. It's easy to get to from I-40 but far enough back so noise is not too bad. There is gas and diesel available right at the exit. Verizon cell and internet worked well. This is my go-to park in the Kingman area. - JA1800
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Great place to stay for a nite or a few days. Could not hook up to their Wi-Fi. Don't know why as the signal was strong. Only 10 cable TV channels. A few were fuzzy. Close to eats and fuel. Sites are long and wide. Hookups easy. Low water pressure(30 psi). - A Wedding
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Good for a stopover from I-40 but not a destination. The town of Kingman is about 20 miles away on I-40. Most people did not disconnect their toad here. That being said, the sites were large and level and clean. Campground was quiet despite proximity to highway. Hook-ups were fine. Office staff was great. There are 2 separate off-leash dog areas which were dirt with no grass. - Bunci
Jul 2016 - $18.00
Stayed overnight here in a 40 foot 5th wheel. The rate of 18.00is the Passport America rate. Interior roads are concrete. Sites are graveled and level. Convenient to I-40 and local restaurants. Staff was friendly and park was clean. We would stay here again. - richdoreen
Mar 2016 - $33.00
Just an update from our Sept 2015 visit:
Latest rate is $33 with Good Sam. We only stayed one night as we were passing through Kingman on our way to Las Vegas.
WiFi worked GREAT!
This park is home to many permanent residents and has only eight pull-thru sites. If you are interested in an overnight (or two) I HIGHLY RECOMMEND reservations.
All in all a good experience. - CO2RV
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Very clean park. Grounds well maintained except for tree clearances. Park has numerous pine trees that can make backing into a space very tight. Tree limbs are not trimmed to allow for clearance, especially closer to tree trunk. If you stay here, be sure to check that you can get your rig into the spot beforehand. Otherwise, a nice place. - Deck & Margot
Sep 2013 - $35.00
Park was ok. Manager was nice. Came in late - left early, but seemed like an ok place to stay. - Lazy Bear
Sep 2011 - $25.00
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
Jun 2011 - $25.00
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
Sep 2014 - $12.00
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
Mar 2014 - $29.00
Nice place. Nice office greeter. Minimal train noise compared to other RV sites in Kingman. We will be back. - zzzya
Mar 2013 - $29.00
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
Oct 2016 - $33.00
Convenient to the interstate but noise was not too bad. Plenty of room between sites but they are not angled, so some loss of privacy. Park is on somewhat of a grade so some leveling is required but not enough to necessitate unhitching from tow vehicle. All utilities functioned well. Small trees between sites. The dog park is so small as to be practically useless. Lots of long term residents, but sites are neat and well kept. This was perfectly fine for our overnight requirements, but I probably wouldn't want to stay here for an extended period. - Katy29
Aug 2016 - $33.00
This is a small, well maintained RV park. It has gravel sites, which is to be expected in this part of the country, but it is very neat. There is a little noise from I-40 but not bad. It's a good location to the tourist spots in town, as well to I-40. They have a small pool which was appreciated since it was so hot and also a small off leash dog area, which my dog liked. The sites were quite wide, which was nice since so many parks just cram you in. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Utilities were good and the site was level. Verizon cell and air card were good. We were here a couple nights and enjoyed our stay. We would stay again. - Danni
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Nice enough park. Convenient to I-40 and historic Kingman. Does seem to be quite a few long-term residents, but still clean and quiet. Some noise from I-40, but not bad.
Check-in was a hassle, as it would not accept any credit card ("no dial tone"), so had to pay cash. Wi-Fi was very weak, slow and intermittent. Very frustrating.
Dog "park" is small and totally gravel and without a trash can, although dumpster was not too far. - vwbluestar
May 2013 - $27.00
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
Jul 2012 - $35.00
Great little park; really nice managers; clean and right off the main highway 93, just an hour and a half from Las Vegas. - redwoodoxie
Feb 2012 - $13.00
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
Apr 2016 - $33.00
This was an overnight stop for us and I selected it based on other reviews - it was an excellent choice. I may be a bit biased because I feel we had the best site in the campground, A7. A long pull through with good spacing from other sites and a large picnic area. We were the highest rv site in the campground and had a little view of the water. The road down from the highway is narrow and a bit winding with some lumpy patches from the many times the water and dirt have crossed it in rainstorms. During our one night stay it rained hard all night and we wondered if we might get to stay an extra day or two because of road closure but no such luck. The roads and the sites are all paved and other than the one or two next to the restrooms, they all seemed to be nice sites. Verizon did not work, not even a blip. I suspect this might be a very warm place in the summer and is probably very popular for families. This is in a NRA so you need to pay to enter or have a park pass. Register at the marina store. - PBuds
Nov 2015 - $18.00
One of my absolute favorite places to stay! Not much to do, and no recreational facilities other than boat rentals and hiking trails, but drop-dead gorgeous views. Road into the campground has been washed out a few times in flash floods, but campground itself is safe because it is high above the river. Roads in campground are paved and in very good condition, as are campsites and all facilities. Sites have a large cement pad and asphalt entrances to pad. No cell service, but free WiFi worked fine, especially with my booster. Also, I was pleased to find a washer and dryer available, which is a very nice bonus. Incredibly quiet and dark at night, which is hard to find these days. I would love to rent a boat sometime, but cannot do that alone. I am taking their raft trip from Hoover Dam next weekend. Incredible value for a full hookup site with senior pass. - judy_online
Aug 2015 - $20.00
This part of Lake Mead was unknown to me at first because I was unaware that Lake Mead extended to Arizona. This little gem is right on the lake, very beautiful when the sun rises. It was VERY hot as well.
We only stayed for one night but it was great. The bathrooms are near by. If you have a boat, there's a boat landing as well. It was very dark and quiet at night, but the parking lot is well lit. Also, if you don't like bugs, bring bug spray and some Off. We didn't explore all that much, but it was fun. - Oie de Etudiant
Sep 2016 - $34.00
The park is inside the NRA. Having an "All Access" pass entrance to the NRA was free. I don't know how they treat non-pass holders. Park is very clean and well maintained. The roads within the park could use some work. We had a lake view site and could look out over Lake Mead. The lake view sites are drive in for class A and C's. Back-in for all others. - Bamagolfer
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This is a commercial park inside a Lake Mead National Park. The park itself is nice. We rented a lake view site which was concrete, but not level at all. The full hookups were in good working order and easy to access. There is a gravel patio with a picnic table. It was incredibly hot, 112 degrees and we actually ended up the first night driving around in our truck to stay cool and the second night rented a hotel room. So our experience was a bit jaded by the heat. We would certainly stay here again if we were here when the heat was not so brutal. - the Fishers
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Arrived near the end of July after checking out their sister site at Willow Beach. Price does not reflect entrance fee (unless you have Passport America or another federal discount). Both areas were suffering under the summer sun as the temperatures hit 118. Our only need was for good 30 amp power and we got it. Registration also helped us determine a site that was oriented so that our vehicle was not baking on the side with the refrigerator (other side has an awning). Slide remained in, front cab windows cover on, single AC cranked. Paved to the basically level, gravel site; small to medium sized trees providing little shade; recycle as well as regular trash receptacles. Did not hook up to water as our tank was full and did not use dump. Hardly anyone else around so great views of the declining Lake Mead. - pyrthkr