19 Parks near McGuireville, Arizona
Apr 2009 - $8.00
Pretty rustic, and not big rig friendly. Most sites are back in only. Nice area, but if you like the comforts of a modern RV Park, you might want to miss this one. If you like small rustic parks you may like it. Beaver Creek provides pleasant hiking and recreation. - oldgoat82
Nov 2006 - $12.00
Awesome location. The small trout stream and swimming hole are picture perfect. You can hear them from all the campsites. Very rustic place with hiking and fishing. No reservations, first-come. Fills up on weekends. - tabber386
Apr 2012 - $19.00
Bad things - No bath and no showers. Cable is only if you purchase it directly from the cable company. TV channels are pretty limited using an antenna. The place is a gravel parking lot. You check in at a realty company. Good things is that the price is low. Wi-Fi is good. There are a lot of things to see in the area while still staying at a low cost RV park. Laundry is fairly low cost at a laundromat at the strip mall beside it. Quiet area. - J and C
Mar 2012 - $22.00
After reading the positive comments we called to make reservations for 2 40-foot motorhomes. They said no problem. Upon arrival we found that the spots were not able to accommodate our motorhomes without sticking into the road. The spots were not very level. This is the first time that we have not agreed with the comments previously made. It is like a parking lot off the main road with no real appeal. Would be okay for an overnight stay. Many permanent trailers. - Sally Chew
Dec 2011 - $19.00
Price reflects weekly stay. We like small parks which are out of the way so this one fit the bill. Sites are wide and level and easy access. Stayed a week while visiting the sites in the area. I think we were the only travelers in the 10 site campground. Several other campers appeared to be long term residents. Our only issue was absolutely no place convenient to walk our dog and for that reason we would not stay again. - Carl&Barb
Feb 2017 - $33.00
Stayed for 6 nites. Definitely rated 10. Easy on off Rte 17. Maintenance passed every 30 minutes to pick up garbage, rake gravel around vacated sites and clean pads. Had RV washed by "Gary's Mobile Wash" good job on MH and tires ($75 and $15/wheel,$135). Nice dog park also. Shuttle to casino (me a novice gambler won $170 on penny slots with free $10 membership). WIFI ??? problem. Staff voluntary. Mostly helpful. Some knowledgeable, novice staff ??. Many places to visit. Sedona a must see!! Would definitely stay here when in area. - Long Island Mac
Jan 2017 - $24.00
Please note that the actual service here is very good. My rating reflects our opinion of management. They say that they do not guarantee a particular site, but in the past 10 years we always got the one requested. This year we requested a certain site since it was Christmas and we wanted to decorate the tree in that site. We requested it a year in advance for a one month stay and were told the site was ours. One week before arriving we were told that the site was given to someone else. They were bigger, newer and staying longer so we got bumped. The bottom line is that you can't count on getting the site you want. This is especially true if you stay less than a month. Next year we will stay in a nearby state park! I should also mention that the sites are very unlevel. We had to use ramps even though the site is paved. - california mike
Nov 2016 - $39.00
This is our second stay at Distant Drums & was even more enjoyable than the first (which was great). This park is immaculate, they spend a lot of time & effort keeping it clean & well trimmed. When we arrived the gravel area had been raked & the concrete pad was very clean. The roads are a bit narrow so it is a bit tight backing into spots but they help you get into it, we arrived after the office closed this last time but where able to get our 40' trailer in its spot on our own. We definitely will be back in this park in the future. - Gee Force
Feb 2017 - $20.00
We have stayed here several times in the past few years. The owners are friendly, helpful and busy. The CG is small and busy. There are many permanent/long term residents but they welcome transient RVers as well. If there is a drawback it would be I-17 just outside the concrete wall on the north edge of the CG. Utilities are well placed and dependable, concrete patios. There is decent separation between sites, roads are gravel and sites are crushed rock. Hot tub and laundry are clean and accessible. We enjoy our stays here and will return when in the area. - SilverBear
Nov 2016 - $19.00
Nice little park right next to I-17. Noise was not an issue at this time of year, but maybe during nice weather with windows open. Owner was friendly at check in, offering to guide me into site. There are about 20 ota channels. Wifi (free) proved to be pretty much useless. Laundry 3 washers $1.50 & 4 Dryers $1.00 There is a Bashas supermarket Walgreens, CVS in town and a few gas stations. Rate is based on weekly rate. - Critter
Jul 2016 - $22.00
Convenient to Route 17 and PPA accepted which is why we chose this place. Stayed two days and spent very little time in our camper. Convenient to Sedona, Cottonwood, and Jerome, as well as the Montezuma National Monument in Camp Verde.
Visited all the above and came back to our camper only to sleep.
Management was very accommodating, however WiFi not so good. We got our money's worth. - PARTYOF2
Dec 2016 - $40.00
Park office was closed when we had to book however I called the after hours number. Gave us a site and we found it no problem.
Excellent service. Great campground. Good sams choice.
Highly recommend. - Cheryl and Ron Burke
Aug 2016 - $40.00
What a gem! Great value and very good facilities. Relatively small, close to I-17 and a Casino that offers shuttle service. Tremendous club house. Laundry facilities that are clean, pool,spa all this with a very pleasant and helpful staff. Escort to your site as well. Very good wifi.
Thoroughly recommend this park. - TGA2016
Jun 2016 - $34.00
Lovely, quiet tree-shaded park. Very friendly registration. We were shown to our site and asked if we needed any help setting up. We were just passing through, however, this would be a fine place to stay awhile and explore the area. Level site. We were invited to pick fruit from the apricot tree. It was ripe and very delicious. - waterwoman
Feb 2017 - $15.00
This is a park in transition. New owners are making changes to the resort, adding getaway cabins and improving facilities. Presently, sites are grass and gravel with convenient utilities. A new laundry and restroom facility is clean and a good change from the past. Staff was friendly and helpful, the office now in the old KOA building in the campground. There was some hint that PPA would not be honored soon. The location is quiet, permanent residents are located in the back of the campground, nearest the Verde River. Wouldn't be our first choice but could return here in the future. - SilverBear
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The park was peaceful and quiet. The sites were large and shady, gravel and grass. The young owners are making updates to the park and when finished it will be great! Dog friendly. - Wolfpugs
Sep 2015 - $10.00
This was our first time in this park. I do realize that the park was just sold, and they do have big plans to upgrade the park. We will stay here again. Very friendly staff, grounds are well kept, very little leveling required. Just a safe and comfortable feeling. We camped here in our motorhome. - Walter Pfiitze
Oct 2016 - $32.00
We checked in mid morning and greeted by the very friendly manager Jan and Her husband Eldon we immediately felt comfortable and at home.
The location is quiet and comfortable, facilities are extremely clean.
We hope to return for Winter and spend 6 months with these fine friendly people.
Cable Television and fast wifi are included in price. - Creativewhimz
Apr 2016 - $32.00
Internal roads and sites are gravel, site was not very level and are not overly spacious, facilities worked well, site was satellite friendly. Staff were very friendly and helpful, park WiFi worked well, T-Mobile cell service was OK, not 4G. Most of the residents are long term and friendly, but their sites are pretty cluttered. Reservations are recommended. The park was quiet. Tax is no longer included in the price. We would stay here again as it is central to the attractions and no where near as crazy as Sedona. - KDSpree
May 2012 - $30.00
A great inexpensive place to park a rig to visit all the fabulous scenery within an hours drive, i.e., the red rocks, Sedona, Jerome, the Verde Valley RR, etc. Great people, clean facility, right off the Interstate. Reservations made for next year, too much to see in the area to get it all this year. Good luck to the friendly staff, they've earned it. - george447
Oct 2016 - $38.00
Great again on our 3rd time here. Only complaint, and a very minor one, is that some people leave their dogs in their rigs to bark and bark. Rules say they can't but they do, and it is very annoying. Otherwise, this is a lovely place with helpful folks running it. Couldn't ask for more, except for no barking dogs. There is even a maintained trail to walk on to the river. Sites are clean, level; showers are clean and hot. Big trees, close to lots of beautiful places to see. Highly recommended. No, Fido, no! - LeeL
Oct 2016 - $36.00
First off: No Cable No WiFi (didn't work) All red rock gravel with no grass but very neat and clean park. Many trees - the management did let me move sites to get a better satillite signal.
Camp sites are large and separated by rail fence to give a sense of privacy.
Camp Verde is a good location to go to the many places in the nearby area. Out from town and very quiet - we would stay here again! - Larry Jenkins
Apr 2016 - $38.00
Very nice RV camp. Agree with all other positive reviews, but WIFI not working either of the 2 times we've been there. Our gravel site was spacious, had some shade, and included a picnic table. - Gwen Salzborn
Sep 2016 - $8.00
This is a good park to stop at for a short stay. Some sites are rather close together, but that isn't a problem if the campground isn't full. That said, weekends are pretty busy, so try to come during the week if you want peace and quiet. Camp host is very friendly and helpful. This is our second stay here and we will stay here again when passing through the area. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. - Bobbi1948
6400 E. Thousand Trails Rd Cottonwood, Arizona 86326 (map) | (928) 567-9562
Sites: 366 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 69 Reviews
Feb 2017 - $1.00
We've been here a week so far and really like the park. Lots of closed sites due to electrical issues but it is apparent they are working on electrical upgrades. In fact, our post has both 30 amp and 50 amp outlets now but the 50 aml is not yet energized. Pool is closed for winter but we don't use pools anyway. Free WiFi in all three lodges. We are even able to get good WiFi from our site. Verizon is spotty from our site though. - jprisbe
Oct 2016 - $3.00
This camp has every amenity known, and it all works. It is very clean and well maintained. We had no problems at all in all had a good time. My only ill feeling was it seems to cater to long time visitors. A lot of them go in using Thousand Trails. When their time is up the move to Bureau of Land Management land at the top of the hill - it is dry camping. Then, as soon as possible they move back down into the RV park. Transients like us, who stayed only a couple of days are not welcomed by either the residents or the staff. About 10 am on our last day a couple approached us and asked when we were going to vacate their site. They were coming back from the top of the hill and wanted their site back. They had fixed it up with stones around it and had planted some flowers. Checkout time is noon. It's a little strange. But, they were very polite and said 'please vacate our site'. - The Penguin
Aug 2016 - $3.00
There are both pull through and back in sites; they try to utilize the sites back to back so the street sides are together and you are looking at your neighbor's front yard. There are a lot of full time resident. The electric aspect was OK and water quality was good. The park is trying to put in more 50amp sites but the local electric company will not update the park's electric so there are many sites unavailable. As with all TT, they have a nice pool and recreation area. They are fairly close to the Verde River but it's brown and unappealing. It's kind of a long walk to get to it, down the mountain and into a wash, then to the river. There are walking trails through the mountains surrounding the park. The best place to let your dogs run loose is in the wash area. The sites are nice and level. The only thing we did not like was the unfriendly full time residents, and the signs all over the grassy areas "no pets on grass." These signs are not just by the main recreation areas, but next to RV sites. They do have a small dog park and grassy area for the dogs around it, but it's not very convenient. The wifi at your campsite was almost non-existent; no cable and not many TV stations. - Kerch Family