7 RV Parks near Miami, Arizona
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Miami. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Miami in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $16.00
This is really a local trailer park with a few spots for overnights. The local units are tidy, the people nice and the place pretty quiet. The park is co-located with a batting cage, so people visit during the day. No amenities, but its a reasonable place to stay while in Globe. It's right downtown, a few minutes from a Safeway and other businesses. The customer service was great, and its a bargain at the Passport America rate (probably a little high for what is there without the discount. Overnight parking is parallel parking alongside a fence. It was no trouble for me, but might be awkward for very long rigs. A few local o/a tv channels available. Verizon signal is good, and the free wifi is very fast, and easy to get from your rig. Traffic noise is a little distracting during the day, but its surprisingly quiet at night. - KAP99
Apr 2017 - $25.00
We pulled in for one night, and ended up staying a week. It is hardly fancy, just a local RV park, no frills, pleasant management, ideally placed to explore the area around Globe. We could easily stay here because the WiFi was strong and dependable, which really makes a difference when you are on the road for weeks at a time. Most sites have sewer, ours was water and electric only, but there is a dump. Everything worked. Another desert campground, on the sand and gravel. Many long term residents, mainly because of the proximity to the mine. Maybe a half dozen or so 'drop ins.' Easy walking to grocery store and downtown shops. - Max_well
Oct 2016 - $13.00
I would like to be able to give a good rating to this park simply because the staff are so nice and so helpful. However convenient it may be for the permanent residents, it is a very inconvenient place for transient guests. The layout is ridiculously awkward, especially for larger RVs. There is water and electric [30 amp] at the sites, which are lined up end-to-end along one side and the Wifi is good but it is very noisy, being right on a busy street and with a train track just feet away. I'm not a fussy camper for just one night but I'd rather stay in a Walmart parking lot than here. - mockturtle
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Great overnight park, fun casino. Park is all buddy sites but only have 15,30,50 amp per 2 sites. If you take 30, your neighbour must take 15 or 50. Water and sewer good, seperate hook ups. They could use a better cleaning in the bathrooms/showers. The bathrooms could be upgraded! Seems like lots of ongoing maintenance. - RDRV
Jul 2016 - $27.00
This park is all paved. All sites are pull thru. You park East, your neighbor parks West. You share same utility island; which is OK. Park has bathrooms, showers, laundry and pool. No picnic tables, no BBQ grills - just big space. The internet is strong but slower than dialup; I mean real slow. They have a store which seems adequate, but the help seems disinterested - the heat. There was very little shade and 100+ weather. We like visiting casinos, but this casino has many older video slots with maybe a couple of newer ones. Food was good and moderate priced. We have found many better casinos with RV parks. We wanted to try this one; It is worth a visit. We had no reservations - there was lots of openings. - Scot671
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a nicely designed and constructed facility that unfortunately gets only minimal if any maintenance. Pool paint peeling, no soap in bathroom, locks don't work, office staff does not care if you are there or not. If it breaks around here it stays broken. I must thank the employees who warned me about the restaurants in the casino. I hear that the steak house is better. Don't loan your partner your free players card. They may accuse her of being a thief! Won't be back, sadly. - paulg
Jan 2018 - $13.00
1. The managers now are Excellent 2. Internet really Bad! 3. Most large RV sites are 30AMP 4. Miners living at park, working in town are very noisy at 5AM Monthly Rate 390.00 with power - RoyRiz
Mar 2011 - $25.00
VERY friendly staff. Most sites are monthly rentals but there are a few on a daily basis. Very nice clubhouse and laundry facility. It was very windy on the day we were to leave. We asked the owner if we could stay and do our laundry and she let us stay at our site to do the laundry. Lots of birds and critters around. Watched the hummingbirds for a couple of hours. Small convince store next to the park which was reasonably priced. Didn't "gouge" tourists. Would stay here again. - Rick Lechner
Feb 2013 - $28.00
OK for an overnight stay. Small campground but does have pull-throughs that are level. Close to Boyce Thompson Arboretum. Friendly staff. They do have a laundry (get the key) and propane on site. Will stay here again, especially if going to Boyce Thompson or the Renaissance fair. - Rick Lechner
Feb 2012 - $28.00
Nothing fancy but an OK place to stay for a day or two. We stayed here while visiting Boyce Thompson. Electricity, dump, and water at sites. No TV or Wi-Fi. Very friendly staff. We would stay here again. Have a good week rate so would stay here if we visited Boyce Thompson for an extended period of time. - Rick Lechner
Feb 2011 - $28.00
We stayed here for a week. Rate of $130 was reasonable. The park is gravel based, sort of like a parking lot, but the surrounding hills are beautiful and there is a lot of nice scenery (including Devil's Canyon & the Tonto National Forest Cave Dwellings) to be seen. Great motorcycle riding in the area. Residents here are mostly long term. We stayed in one of the (4) pull-throughs available. Showers were clean, but are coin-operated, so we didn't use them. Their website says cable is available, but we didn't have it. Manager friendly and this park is motorcycle friendly. Propane is available. We would probably stay here again in the future if space available. - User1505
Feb 2012 - $4.00
The park itself is nice but in the winter many of the sites are closed. Only a small section of the campground is available for camping and people were pretty close. Be careful not to run your generator, even though permissible, as some people will complain. This is the only campground we have ever stayed at where you need to purchase a permit at a store or the ranger station. We arrived after all were closed and checked with the camp host, who could not sell us a permit or take our money. To me this is ridiculous as, with my senior permit, it only cost $4 to camp. We would have wasted twice money in gas to get the permit! I doubt we will camp here again. - Rick Lechner
Apr 2017 - $8.00
This is a beautiful upper Sonoran Desert lakeside campground. We stayed in the Coati section, which is for RVs under 30 feet and tent campers. There are several other sections for larger RVs. Each site had a covered picnic table and a fire pit. Handicap sites are also available. Coati had several bathrooms with flush toilets. The bathrooms near the camp host had four showers and a handicap accessible shower. There is a playground for children. There were paths throughout Coati for scenic hiking. There are not any hook-ups at the sites, but there were water spigots to fill up containers at several places throughout the campground. Trash cans are available in the bathrooms. Windy Hill does offer two dump station on certain days. A Tonto National Forest pass is required to camp. The daily pass is $8. There are two places locally to purchase these near the campground: Spring Creek Store and the Tonto Basin Ranger District. Maximum stay is 14 days. Cell reception varied within the campground, at times we were limited to 3G and other times we topped out at 2 bars of LTE on Verizon. - SerendipRV
Oct 2015 - $3.00
Stayed both here and at Cholla. Cholla is prettier and the sites better maintained but both are great values. Good 4G Verizon in both. Sites well spaced and the campground was quiet even on the weekend. Plenty of showers and they were very clean and well designed. - mockturtle
Mar 2015 - $6.00
We stay at Windy Hill CG every March or April to coincide with bass spawn in Roosevelt lake. There are multiple loops named after desert animals in the Windy Hill campground. If you plan on using a generator, all of the loops except Coati have quiet time restrictions from 10pm to 8am. If you need to run a generator after those hours, Coati is the only one you are permitted to do so in. There is an exception during the summer months to allow campers to run their generators 24/7 due to the excessive heat and need for A/C.
Several of the loops limit the size of RVs, but don't let that deter you. We stayed in Coati Loop which has a 30 foot limit. However, we set up in a site with our 36 foot FW, and still had enough room to park our truck and a friends car without encroaching on another site or the road.
To camp here, you need to purchase a Tonto pass at a local business. You can also pre purchase your pass on-line so you don't have to hunt down a vendor or arrive after hours. Do a search for "Tonto Pass Online", and you'll see options for purchasing your pass. Failure to display your pass is a $100 fine. You must display a pass immediately upon parking, so don't set up camp, then go looking for a pass. Passes cost $6.00. They can also be purchased for $3.00 if you are 62 or over, or have an Access Pass.
The restrooms and showers were spotless. The showers were a comfortable temperature and they had nice pressure. There are dumpsters located in each loop to collect your trash.
If you are camping here, take the time to go see the Tonto Cliff Dwellings which are very close to the campground. It is a steep hike to get to them, but well worth the effort. - Tucsonjim