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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $23.00
Rate reflects monthly stay, excluding the additional $77 utility charge at the end of the month. This was a mega RV park with 2000 sites, our site wasn't bad to get into except for the grapefruit tree. Bad placement of the trees on each site. Friendly people, clean facilities, huge park with tons of things to do. Had HUGE issues with Verizon data here, just too many people trying to access the same cell tower, was very difficult to actually get much work accomplished. Hated looking out our back window to the back of a park model home, felt very claustrophobic in this park, not our kind of place to stay. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.
Lots of shopping close by, Fry's within easy walking distance.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $23.00
This park is big, and if you are a RV you are intertwined with residents that are there with permanent set trailers. For being such a big park unorganized as far as getting people situated and not having them move every day. The park has activities that anybody can get involved in, their swimming pool area and restaurant and bar very very nice. We had several parks we wanted to visit, this was one of them. We probably will bypass this one next time, but it is one that everybody should experience at least once. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $20.00
Very nice park with park models and RV parking. The staff was very friendly. It is extremely hard to park a large 5th wheel or large RV in between park models because of narrow streets and fruit trees at the spots. Paved streets, gravel parking area, large patio/parking area all well maintained. Beautiful pool area. Men's shower didn't get hot. Ladies did. Large computer room. WiFi from some sites. No cable tv. Excellent nightly music/dancing and deli at pool. Have stayed here twice for a week each time with Passport America and will stay here again. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $22.00
The price was right, but we were certainly packed in. The common areas were excellent and the patio restaurant a good choice for a casual lunch or a happy hour drink. There were too many rules about dogs, we were restricted to the perimeter areas only. In addition, the garbage bins were a good hike away. Not particular reason to return re the RV park itself. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.
The park feels close together except for the common areas. People were friendly, but there is really nothing special as it is one of numerous choices in the area.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $28.00
First time in a LARGE snowbird campground. But we thought it was good. In fact, it was a great experience. The other 'residents' were one of the most friendly groups we have ever experienced. Resort had more amenities than we have ever seen. Two great pools and lots of activities. Sites were a bit close but not as close as some we have had. Neighbors were great and I liked the individual trash and recycle bins. Two laundry rooms made it great. Never had to wait for a washer or dryer. We would stay here again. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $22.00
The rate cited reflects a Passport America discount. With over 2,000 sites, this is probably the largest of the Mesa geezer parks. Like the others, navigating the interior roads and getting into the sites can be a challenge for big rigs, but we always manage. All of the facilities were in perfect condition; nothing looked worn or poorly maintained. I was surprised to see voltage fall to 110-112 VAC under load, but it never fell farther. The staff and seasonal/permanent residents were all very friendly. Park Wi-Fi was either invisible or extremely slow from our site. There was strong Verizon 4G data service. There are only two small off-leash dog areas, one at each end of this large park. Two laundries; one requires use of a card you have to buy for $2.00 (which you can buy ONLY with an old-style $5.00 bill) and the other takes quarters but has no change machine, nor did the office have quarters. While cable TV is not available for transients, if you park there for a while the cable company will hook you up. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $25.00
We stayed here with Passport America rates. There is NO cable for RV'ers unless you are going to be here for a longer time than a week or two, then you have to contact the cable company to connect it. They advertise WI-FI, BUT, it is lousy. You can get it in the computer room near the office but that is intermittent also. There are several towers throughout the park, but none strong enough to give you internet more than a few minutes, and it disconnects. There are many activities, a great pool and jacuzzi area, and the showers and restrooms have just been redone and are beautiful, BUT design is very poor. The water from all the showers just runs out over the floor between showers and toilets. The showers have light water pressure. They were done about a week before we came and some of the vinyl paper is already pulling off the wall in the shower areas, curtain rods in the showers are falling down, etc. The floors are slippery in the shower area so you need rubber sandals, etc. The staff is friendly. There are several comfortable seating areas out around the courtyard and is quite an attractive place. We would come here again. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $39.00
Pros: Park amenities are wonderful – activities of all kinds, two large pools, two medium sized pools, two hot tubs, exercise room, library, happy hours every night at the main pool, hair/nail services on-site. Nice, updated facilities, well maintained. When staying at one Cal-Am property, you may use facilities at other Cal-Am properties. Cons: Tight fits to get into spots, but once in, there’s enough room. Strangest dog rules we’ve ever encountered in 10+ years of RV’ing. Although they have two okay-sized dog areas, they’re not grass. There are only certain streets which dogs may be walked, which creates a very “for” & “against” dog feeling all over – created a lot of tension among residents & visitors. Neutral: Many park models, which we do not mind, but some people do mind. Large (2005 sites) – again, not an issue for us, but some may feels it’s too large of a park for them. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $15.00
Very tight for a 40 foot motorhome. Probably the most difficult back-in we have had for several years. Once in, it's an OK place. A lot of park models but still a reasonable amounts of RV's. We enjoyed the warmest swimming-pool ever. It has to be said that we still prefer the adjacent Cal-Am park named Val Del Oro, but yes - we would definitely stay here again. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $55.00
OK place but filled with older somewhat dated park models. The place is typical of mega parks in the east valley. Also if you are over 40ft there is limited space. Mostly, dusty gravel sites along the wall for the bigger rigs. This is also the most noisiest area. Some scorpions are about so watch where you reach or walk, especially after sundown. The check in staff are a bit indifferent. Maybe this is the result of young people serving us older folks. Once you find the friendless then all is great. There are a lot of amenities though and the residents are very friendly. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $20.00
Not for the faint of heart! If you don't know how to handle backing your rig into tight spots stay at another Cal-Am park such as Valle Del Oro. If you can park along the north wall there is more room. We watched a newby spend two and a half hours trying to get into his site. He buried the trailer in a fruit tree. When the park is full of Canadian snowbirds from January through March it is very tight everywhere. They like to park their cars on everyones site but there own. The park model crowd do not respect the RVer's spaces. Activities and facilities are good and there is plenty to do if you want to join in. They get some good show talent in season. The dog situation is awful when the park is full. There are two small dog parks at either end for 2005 spaces. Our dogs were unable to make it to them to take care of business so empty sites were used. But when the park is full it gets tough! You will be turned in to the office by snowbirds if you come near their sites! Since most RVers travel with pets this makes the pet rows most uncomfortable. Again if choosing Cal-Am, try Valle Del Oro. It's newer and allows more room for getting in as well as separation between RVs and park models. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $40.00
This was an amazing "city" in itself! A bit cramped as far as each space, and not much in the way of 'off street' parking when residents had visitors, but the spaces were nice, and there are a LOT of amenities. I spent a lot of time exercising in the pools, and we visited with a lot of the friendly people there. We especially liked that there were two large enclosed dog areas where our Brittany & Cavaliers (spaniels) could play with their new friends. The Wi-Fi, however, was a sore point: hot spots did not include where we were, so I had to take my laptop to their computer lab to connect - that was frustrating and inconvenient. Centrally located to a lot of activities and shopping, but not noisy. Overall, we did enjoy being there for nearly two weeks. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $22.00
Very nice park with a plethora of activities. We will be returning here next winter. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful and the park is beautiful and very well maintained. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $16.00
If you are searching for the 80+ year old Canadian and upper midwestern snowbirds, look no further! Mesa Regal is mostly park models, with the few unsold lots they rent to RVs. Each lot has two grapefruit trees located on either side of the pad, so you will scratch your RV backing in. Each park model encroaches into the adjoining RV lot, so you risk damaging the awning struts or light pole of the adjoining park model. All the streets are narrow, which impedes maneuvering a fifth wheel towed by a long bed truck. The office staff makes no attempt to find a lot large enough to accommodate your rig, as they care only about how much work they have to do to set up electrical billing on the lot. The snowbirds ignore you, since they already belong to their clique of friends. The Wi-Fi is in name only. One good thing about Mesa Regal is that it is located across the street from Superstition Ranch Market, which sells fresh fruits and vegetables at very reasonable prices. Rate is monthly excluding electric, sewer and trash. We won’t stay here again. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $20.00
Stayed here one week using PassPort. Very nice park, friendly people. They have off leash dog runs which were very clean and gave our dog lots of fun, exercise and a chance to socialize. Some sites are a little tight to get into, but the park has someone you follow to the site and help you back in. Paid the PassPort rate for one week with no extra fees. Used my credit card. Every site has a trash and recycle container on it. Lots of activities mostly geared to the seasonal guests. I would definitely come back when in the area. We camped at Mesa Regal RV Resort (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.Undo
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