1 RV Park near Lukeville, Arizona
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lukeville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lukeville in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $16.00
Access to the park is good from 85. Paved road all the way in. Check in was easy as there was no one in the Kiosk. We did a self register after finding a suitable site. Parameter roads are paved and in reasonable condition. Sites are consist of a concrete parking slab with a table and self standing grill on gravel. All of the sites we looked at had a considerable slope to the front. We were able to get level but the first step to the unit was big. Landscaping is very nice given the desert setting. Site spacing is reasonable. This park is very busy. We arrived early on a week day to an almost full park. We departed about 10:00 AM and there was a line up to check in. Be aware that there are no restaurants or stores nearby. We had a quiet and relaxing stay. We paid 16.00 and feel we received good value. We would return. - Rollin Ollens
Mar 2017 - $16.00
Nice campground with all pull-through sites for RVs up to 40 feet. Level and large cement pads are great with decent space between sites. Designated no-generator and generator use zones as well as tent only zones. Highway 85 can be heard from campground though throughout the daytime hours. Nice walking trail around campground and another to visitor centre. If you're a dog owner these are only two immediate trails where dogs are permitted. Washrooms cleaned once daily and shower stall available only in three washrooms. Evening programs by rangers are worthwhile. Free wifi at visitor centre and day programs as well. Sign-up shuttle tours available leaving from campground. - Sasquatchewan
Feb 2017 - $16.00
This is a pretty huge campground but it was surprisingly nearly full the weekend we visited in February 2017. It looks and feels new and clean, from the long concrete parking pads to the dump/fill station. Sites have lots of trees, cactus, and shrubs but it is the desert so there isn't much privacy. The generator hours are a good compromise... just two hours in the morning and two in the evening gives enough time to recharge batteries without disturbing the silence during the whole day. Although the sites in our area said they're for "up to 40-foot RV" you could easily fit a 45 foot motorhome with tow car in the sites. Sites are sloped downward so we had to put a couple blocks under our front tires to get level. There are a couple of dog-friendly trails near the campground, plus the Alamo Canyon trail (about 7 miles away) is also dog-friendly starting this year. There are lots of ranger programs and we enjoyed the ranger-led hike we attended. Our Verizon had strong signal and fast data. AT&T had strong phone signal but no data. Overall we were very impressed with this National Monument campground! - LifeRebooted