4 Parks near Meadview, Arizona
Mar 2016 - $26.00
This is the closest RV park to the Skywalk over the Grand Canyon. The owner takes personal care of the campers. Most important, is that he has complete knowledge of the Skywalk and his "tips" are very useful.
There are full utilities at every sight and they are well thought out. Free video rentals. Propane available.
This is a no-frills park but we enjoyed it very much. - sanclem
Feb 2007 - $19.00
This park is currently very full with workers on a large job nearby and this will go on for a while. That said, we were able to get a nice level site. The cabins and sites are mixed which is OK. There is lots of "wide open space" around here - great for dogs though you should keep on a leash or watch for wild critters. Proprietor was nice man. Campground seemed nice and quiet. I recommend if you can get a site. - Hungry Horse Android
Apr 2010 - $22.00
This is actually a mobile home park which has ten empty spaces that are available for RV's. It is part of a marina on the remote Arizona shores of Lake Mead. Hookups were adequate and worked, but the sites are not level and not clean. If you're not a fisherman or don't have (or rent) a boat, there's virtually nothing to do here. It's a 26 mile drive from here to the highway with nothing between the Marina and the highway. If you come here, don't be confused by the public campground you encounter just before you reach this one at the marina. The public campground is nice, but has no hookups. If you want to drycamp, the public campground is the place to stay. The rate quoted includes tax. We will not stay here again. - Buckeye44
Mar 2013 - $23.00
Nice little park with only 7 or so overnight sites. Mostly full time residents. NO KIDS allowed. Fine for a overnighter.. - Spantz
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