5 RV Parks near Meadview, Arizona
Jun 2016 - $60.00
We have stayed several times at the park utilizing their cabins. They are not fancy but beats a tent every time. Hot showers especially, though the public shower facility available to campers is actually bigger than the cabin shower stall. We were allowed to park our toy hauler overnight without paying extra since we rented the cabin. Management aims to please. We will stay again. Thanks so much. - Kabnfvr
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
Aug 2017 - $20.00
The park is located in the town of Meadview. We arrived at the park without a reservation and the Host was very kind as it was getting dark. We had planned one night but stayed several. The views are awesome and we decided to stay extra time to go visit Lake Mead as well as the Skywalk. The area is remote, so bare in mind that the parks out here have a more rustic feel. Friendly, easy in and out, close to gas and our family had a good time. They also have camping and a small motel here too. Great rate too. We will come back. This may be a good spot for snowbirds. - CraigRVR
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
Feb 2018 - $25.00
Gorgeous site with lots of room. Very quiet. Very poor cell service, though we got a bar or two of 3G with our cell booster. The provided WiFi was pretty poor, but that was the only thing wrong. - UTTransplant
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Beautiful scenery! Spacious lots. Site surface is a concrete pad featuring a fire ring and picnic table.
Park needs a shuttle service for RV'ers who don't have a tow vehicle behind motorhome, to access Marina, water more easily. A very steep grade from Marina/Water to RV Campground. Rock trail is no easier! If you have no tow vehicle with your motorhome, you best be able to scale the hill. I'm surprised disabled RV'ers are not given more consideration! A shuttle/golf cart pick up each hour to and from Marina to Campsites would be easy to do and give someone a job too!
We were disappointed in how many RV'ers leave trash behind! Shame on them!! The Marina staff are wonderful, very helpful, thank you! - TerJim
Jul 2017 - $35.00
This is a gorgeous campground with views of the Colorado and surrounding canyon. It was 114° when we pulled into our site in early July and only got down into the low 90°s at night, so expect the heat if visiting in the summer. The site was an immaculate pull-through with good water pressure (all water was hot- no need for a water heater!) and electric. No cell service, but free wifi available. The road into the campground is steep, rough, and curvy. Would not be fun at all in a rainstorm! - KyKampers