3 Parks near Mohave Valley, Arizona
Dec 2015 - $300.00
We are now snow birds and found this park after staying a Moon River RV Resort just 4 miles west of Crossroads RV Park. We have already paid for November 2016. Now for the positives about this park, paved roads to your sites, concrete pads for you to put up your barbeque and chairs, room on the other side of pads to park extra vehicles, people that enjoy meeting and doing things with, office personal friendly and willing to help.
The only things that might be a negative is no trees for shade, wifi can be iffy depending on location but park is working on fixing this problem. you need to see this park and you are only five miles from gas and stores. - Roger from boise
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Found a great RV park. Setting in the Mohave Desert with the Colorado River just west and Lake Mohave north and Laughlin, Nv with all the
casinos just across the river. Love this place. Had to stop in Bullhead City for Medical reasons. Ended up staying over 2 months. This
park for the money is as good as it gets. Paved streets, gravel to park on with concrete pads. Quietest park I have every stayed in.
Great WiFi. Safe and secure. 8 miles from shopping. Great medical in area. Avi casino just down the road with great food and good prices.
Oatman, Az just up the road with all the wild donkeys. You've got to check this place out. I am from Kentucky and don't know a person
around here so I am telling it the way it is. The best is the management. Debra will do everything within her power to make things work
for you. I will be back. - BTWHITIS
Jan 2015 - $30.00
This is a quiet friendly park. New owner making positive changes. Very friendly staff and reasonable rates. Some organized events. - DR68
Feb 2016 - $380.00
We spent the month of November at site 59 a pull through. This park has good shade to park in, a swimming pool that is not heated, the sites are close together and parking is limited, you need to get a filter for your water because the water has a bad taste to it, not happy with the mail set up because it is open to all, they do have a good laundary room, nicely stocked store items for basic needs. will not be returning. - Roger from boise
Nov 2015 - $40.00
The Good Sam rating needs to be updated. Most of the staff were friendly but I got the impression that our group was not really very welcome as they prefer to have snowbirds. In fact they want us to send them full payment in July if we want to stay in November next year. They did reserve the rec hall for us. The rec hall has full kitchen facilities which our group needed. Our pull thru site did not have a table and I felt that the sites were very close together. - Norm Nice Guy
Sep 2015 - $42.00
Park is okay; mostly gravel with a few trees. There is a pool, but did not use. Restrooms were clean, but there was no regular schedule for cleaning so you may have to wait in the morning. Many of the "extended stay" RV's looked very old and unkempt. Suggest you keep the sheriff department number handy (it's found on the door to the office) and maybe a gun for protection. Security is very lax. Would not stay here again. - spdrlgs65
Mar 2014 - $25.00
Everything is tired and worn looking. Gravel roads throughout the park with huge speed bumps. We stopped for the night so we could do our laundry and only 2 out of about 20 were in working order. Sites are large and most are pull through, but there is very little landscaping. Wi-Fi is very slow. - ladouceur58
Nov 2011 - $12.00
This park belongs to the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe and is associated with the Spirit Mountain Casino on the same site. RV sites are large and easy to get into. There is no clubhouse or other amenities but there is lots to do in the area and it is reasonably close to Lauglin NV.,Bullhead City, Oatman, Kingman and Lake Havasu City. Rate is based on monthly and is all inclusive. A good base for exploring. Quieter than most. - rickety