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5 RV Parks near Meadview, Arizona
Feb 2018 - $27.00
We stayed 3 months while prospecting in Gold and Lost Basin. This park caters to prospectors by suggesting locations and even provides club applications for the Gold Searchers of Nevada claims located right across the road from the RV park. We found several nuggets with our metal detectors there. Very friendly host though he often had others filling in for him while he worked away from the park. He made every effort to ensure our stay was pleasant. Fair prices and good neighbors. We would highly recommend and will return next winter. - Kabnfvr
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
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
Aug 2018 - $25.00
As I write this I have about 15 guinea hens running around my picnic table foraging for whatever and a jack rabbit about three sites down. I am also drinking my morning coffee watching the sun reflect off the Colorado river (just downside of the Hoover Dam) and watching the sun climb down the steep mountain sides. If you ever wanted to camp at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, this is as close as one could ever get! Some RV campgrounds are layovers for other destinations. This is a destination campground. One can take a motorized raft ride right up to the very foot of the dam, plus jet ski and kayak. Cell is spotty, if at all, but WiFi is slow but doable. Full hookups, and sites are almost spectacular in their own right. Concrete pads, borders, and tables. Did I mention you have to drive down 4 1/2 miles into the canyon to get here off of Hwy. 93. - Mike from Bama
May 2018 - $25.00
Wonderful campground with stunning views all around! There are 28 full hookup sites (a mix of pull through and back-in) with 30/50 amp hookup and 9 tent camping sites. All sites are concrete and spacious with a picnic table and fire ring. We stayed in A7, a pull through site with a small view of Lake Mead. The campground is situated at the top of a steep hill to take advantage of the views but is quite far from the lake itself (and would be difficult to walk/bike there). All utilities worked well, but there were zero over-the-air channels and absolutely no Verizon signal. We used the free Wifi and it worked great. Bathrooms had 4 toilets and 3 sinks and were reasonably clean. There are 4 private showers, but we didn't use them. They also have a small laundry area with 2 washers and dryers. The campground has a nice store with necessities and the prices were reasonable. They also have a small café onsite which serves breakfast, hamburgers/hot dogs, etc. but they are only open Friday-Sunday until Memorial Day (not sure what days they are open after that). Marina has slip rentals, boat rentals and kayak/paddle board rentals. You can also take a raft trip to Hoover Dam which departs directly from the campground. There is a nice fishing dock and small beach area for swimming, but be aware that the water is a constant 54 degrees so it is very cold! The biggest drawback to this campground is the 4 mile road to get there. It's steep, narrow and winding, with blind curves and parts of the road missing so take care and go slow. It's surprising as nice as this campground is that the park has not addressed the poor condition of this road. Once you get into the park, the roads are great and easy to navigate. We enjoyed our stay, but most likely will not return due to the road, lack of cell service and distance from town. - RVIN 24-7
Apr 2018 - $45.00
Awesome clean and quite campground four miles from AZ Highway 93. Stayed a couple of nights. Great for boaters, fishing, hiking and sightseeing. Water is frickin cold though coming right out of Hoover Dam. Went to the self guided free tour at the fish hatchery. 40' RV site was pricey at $50 per night. - Graybird