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Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $40.00
This is a good RV park. Friendly staff. Concrete slab that was level. The WIFI was a joke. When you were able to connect it would drop off shortly so had to continue to log on, etc etc. Good Cable TV. Conveniently located to see London Bridge and other local sites. Lake Havasu City is clean and terrific place to visit. We would stay here again, if ever in this area. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $41.00
This park has a lot of potential. It is large with a distant view of the lake. You park on concrete slabs which are 50' long. This would not allow me to stay hooked up with a 39' motorhome and toad. There is gravel that is just wide enough for a picnic table and you can park your toad there but it is a tight squeeze between the rigs for the toad. I felt that the price was too high for being here in the off season. There are a lot of RVs just stored on sites that are probably here year around. The park is well over half empty and they still park the overnighters side by side right near the clubhouse. Since the sites are so narrow it would have been nice if they put the guests in every other site so there was some separation. There is a nice pool but the heater was broken the entire time we were here. The office is only open from 8:00 am until noon which is a strange time since most overnighters don't arrive until afternoon. You have to wait until the next morning to go in and pay. The office lights were off and no A/C was turned on as if they were trying to save money. The worst part of it all however is they advertise Wi-Fi. They have at least 4 antennas and you can generally connect to them but the Internet is totally down. I think they turn it on and off. It was down all evening and night and most of the daytime every day we were here. I got it to work the first day we were here and then never again. We will try another park if we return to this area. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $33.00
This park is easy to find and has nice paved access throughout the park. Most of the sites are pull-throughs that can accommodate the largest coaches and fifth wheels, but it is a tight squeeze to get a car in. The parking pads are concrete and the patio areas, which include a picnic table, are gravel. There is about 10' between coaches. There are a few palms and minimal planting near the office and club house, but the remainder of the park is barren. The park offers free WiFi and cable, but I was never able to connect to the WiFi, despite the fact that a repeater was next to my motorhome. There is a stone dog walk path on the north side of the park, accessed by a slippery, gravel path going up or down hill. The park has installed two "Pet Potty" enclosures. My dogs were not thrilled with pottying anywhere. There is a nice clubhouse with a pool table and occasional activities, and a nice pool. Although the park is immaculate, I would probably try another place if I was in the area again. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $26.00
We were going to stay here for one night and then move on after watching the Super Bowl. It is a very nice park, very clean with beautiful facilities. The spots are large enough and concrete for the rig with gravel for tow vehicles. The lady in the office was extremely nice and very helpful when we asked for three more nights after the first night. She moved several reservations around so we wouldn't have to move. The price reflects the Passport America rate which they will accept for the first night. The other three nights were more. Very close to town yet quiet at night. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $44.00
Price includes a 'discount' for paying with a check. Office staff processed our entry efficiently. Dog areas were pitifully small enclosures, hardly big enough for anyone. The park itself seemed clean and cared for. Beautiful clubhouse. The sites were fairly close but were long enough for us to remain hooked up. This park is a good overnight stay, although we felt it was pretty expensive. We would probably find a less expensive place to go to next time. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $55.00
Very clean campsite, paved roads and sites with decorative gravel in recreational area. Easy entrance to sites...nice amount of space between sites...definitely for older crowds...kids cannot ride scooters or skateboards inside park We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $46.00
Very clean snowbird campsite, paved roads and sites with decorative gravel in recreational area. Easy entrance to site, but site narrow and had a feeling of being on top of one another. Friendly helpful staff. Easy on off from 95, sites near road could have road noise. Good view of lake. Good pool. Only nightly discount is for cash 5% no Good Sam etc. All campsites in Lake Havasu are overpriced hence we only stayed 2 nights, compared to other sites we saw we would recommend Havasu Falls. We would have like to stay longer butâ€¦.. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $22.00
Well laid out but not much cover from the sun. It was 102 degrees. They had level concrete pads. The manager offered to help set up if I needed it. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $47.00
Price reflects fees for two dogs. Paved roads and sites. About 10' separates the sites. Good WiFi, Verizon internet spotty, phones good. Very clean, friendly staff, great common room. Water view if you get at the upper area. All but a few sites pull thru. Very good cable TV. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $38.00
This park is relatively new, clean and attractive. The roads and sites are paved; the space between sites is gravel (this is a desert, after all). There could be a bit more landscaping, but the entire city has only relatively sparse vegetation except near the lake. Contrary to what some other reviews state, the space between sites is not small by private CG standards, particularly in resort areas. The price cited is for cash with a weekly rate; prices are high in this resort town and this park is one of the least expensive. The person at the front desk was nice over the phone and in person; that was not the case with some other parks in this town. The Wi-Fi is decent and free which is good because the Verizon service is Extended Area and is not great. There is a view of the lake from the clubhouse end of the park and, although it is close the highway, the road noise is not at all bad. Some people have complained about the park's rules; to me they don't seem any different than most other parks. They ask you not to wash your own RV or car at your site; personally, I don't see that as a great hardship for anyone. You can hire a wash service if you wish. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $45.00
This is an overpriced park. It is basically a parking lot with a few amenities. The spaces are large enough and it was quite clean. The electric was fine. The internet when it worked was fine but it did not work much at all. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $45.00
This park is fairy new and one would think and expect a design and layout that would complement the current trends for RV travelers and their rigs. That expectation fell far short. Using the term resort in most cases is an assumption and may be miss leading but thatâ€™s a whole another discussion that needs to be addressed, but not today. Our disappointment is with the size and layout of the sites being extremely too narrow and close. Simply take a look at the campground web site and picture gallery, which I wished I had done in advance. Secondly, there should be a more tolerate understanding by management about the need to rinsing off the bugs before they hardened onto the front of the bus. As I was in the process of doing this when the management told me I could not, and to contact someone outside to come and wash the bus. Iâ€™m sorry management fails to appreciate the concern of its guest. Whether itâ€™s a $10K trailer or $1m coach, I still need to protect that investment with clean up on the spot. Waiting for a slot 1-3 days out ($110 wash only) for someone to come wash the RV that meets with managements approval, is not in the travelers best interest. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $44.00
This is a very nice park, level pads and nice pool, club room and clean restrooms. However, the new owner is a bit of a "my way or the Hwy" guy. He has cameras installed everywhere, really makes you feel welcome. The sewer smell was horrible and we asked to be moved, it actually makes you sick to the tummy, we were told "no, your site is your site". We left to find another park. The new pricing is a little above what this park is worth. We would not stay here again. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $40.00
We had an exceptionally level & clean site with 50-amp full hook-up. The park was very well-maintained, showers & restrooms were clean, and everything had a nice, "resort-like" feel. The pool was a welcome oasis after long, hot days exploring the area! We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $56.00
Nice area but very close site , all packed into parking lot style slots.The club house,with exercise room and poo,l was nice.The weight machine kept breaking down and the constant reek of sewer gas prompted us to seek another RV park.The internet signal is so weak you have to go to the office (that reeked of cigarette smoke), or the clubhouse. The view from the west end of the park is beautiful, if you can stand the sewer gas smell.The prices at Lake Havasu City cafes and clubs are higher than most cities of that size, but the locals are very friendly and always seem to have a pleasant word for you. Plenty of shopping and tourist type shops. If you like desert hiking, this is a great destination as there are 100's of trails. You can see wildlife close up and look for gold and precious stones at will. Desert vehicles can be rented by the hour or day, but are expensive.The state parks are GREAT for hiking. We camped at Havasu Falls RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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