20 Parks near Munds Park, Arizona
Apr 2016 - $33.00
Heavily wooded park that seems to be primarily for people coming up for weekends from the desert with their ATVs. Woman in the office couldn't clearly explain the price, told me the Good Sam discount was $1.60 a night because "that's the way it is". Be careful parking because of the trees and very tight spaces and also the showers didn't have hot water (even in the afternoon). I won't be back. - ldukeb
Sep 2015 - $34.00
This is a nice family park. Sites are close, but there are trees. Lots of nearby activities. Office personnel should become more familiar with the park and inner workings. Had to remind the counter person to give us a map so we could find our site, had to ask for a receipt, and remind her we were extending our stay. Sites can require some delicate navigation due to closeness and large trees. - h2oskier
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Beautiful park with easy on/off to I-17. We were assigned a spot but call office and ask if we could move so we could get satellite reception. Very friendly staff. Will stay there again this fall. - lnpdavis
Apr 2016 - $29.00
A beautifully located campsite at the side of a creek. Plenty of trees and shade. No hook-ups, only centrally located water taps. Nice and quiet. We reserved a spot by the creek, and it costs 9 USD on top of the 20 USD camping fee. Cold at night in April, and use of generator not allowed after 10pm. - Leo22
May 2013 - $9.00
Sunday, May 19 – Cave Springs Campground, Coconino National Forest, Sedona, AZ This campground is on the west side of scenic 89A heading south to Sedona about ten miles away. Very popular campground especially on weekends. Some sites can be reserved but many first come first serve. Pit toilets and no hookups but water is available throughout the park. The park is nestled with the Red Rock Cliffs on the west and Ponderosa Trees at the base of Oak Creek Canyon. It costs $18 per site but with a pass half that. There are six loops with some sites right on Oak Creek and all of them are in walking distance of the creek and some swimming holes. Pay showers near a meadow and entrance station. The area is known for the rock formations with colors changing from gray to red to black. Very nice place to camp. Pit toilets were very clean. - gsnakehill
Oct 2011 - $18.00
This park is gorgeous. Our stay was in the fall so cool temps and no crowds. The vault toilets were pretty clean, but not in great shape. It was the end of the season and everything had probably been used hard. A beautiful walk along Oak Creek and a good hike directly across the road. We want to go back. - EEman
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Just stayed for 3 days over fall break in a 26 Ft travel trailer. VERY few spots can handle a trailer. It is not because of the length of the spot, but because too narrow to make the turn off the road. First site we had booked did not work and was moved to a non reserved spot.
The campground is maintained by wonderful hosts who do a great job and have been there several years. Half the sites are closed because of boulders, but expected to reopen.
The location is beautiful but sadly the campground is split in half by highway 87a running thru with non stop traffic. Because of that, rated it only 3 stars and will not plan a return. If you want a spot that is right off the road for a quick over night, good spot and impressive rock scenery. - JLBL
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Very nice but not spacious campground. Canyon is narrow at this point so the road is close. Only the loops on the west side of the road were open. Campground is run by a concessionaire (Recreation Resource Management), they seem to have split the campground between reservable (south) and non-reservable (north) and if you don't have a reservation they do not offer any of the reservable sites, some of the best, even if they are available. Short, steep trail starts on the east side of the road, otherwise everything is a drive. - oldmac
May 2013 - $9.00
Saturday, May 18 – Pine Flat West Campground, Coconino National Forest, Sedona, AZ This is the first National Forest campground driving south on scenic 89A from Flagstaff to Sedona. It is right after all the switchbacks. There are four loops, two on the east side of the road and two on the west side.. Only sites 21-38 can be reserved online. It costs $18 and half with a pass. No hookups but nice sites, few for large motorhomes. Bathhouses are pit toilets. It is located twelve miles north of Sedona at the base of Oak Creek Canyon. It is beautiful nestled among Ponderosa Trees with the Red Rock Cliffs surrounding it. The stream is stocked with trout and one can go birding, hiking and swimming. Nice place to camp for an overnight or longer. There were still sites available on Saturday when we arrived but most weekends they are full. The pit toilets were very clean! - gsnakehill
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is my favorite RV Park. We have stayed here many times before. Spaces are great, they have cable in case the SAT does not work due to the big trees. The staff is one of the best of any park I have stayed at, from reservations, to site clean up, washer and dryers, etc.
To give you an example, once an RV checks out, within 15 minutes a person comes to the site, checks the whole site for garbage, cuts the bushes and rakes the gravel, so the site is level, awesome.
Great views of the mountains, a large stream runs through the back of the resort, the downtown is 5 min away, we have seen javalina's walk through the park at night, owls fly by.
Can you tell I lobve this place ! - JCat
Jun 2016 - $73.00
We made same-day reservations and were lucky to get in, as all spaces were booked except for two. Our space was an "executive" space at the back of the park, nearest to the creek that runs along the rear boundary of the park. This space was great, as it was well shaded by large trees and had a large grass area to the rear of our motorhome. It was also close to the creek access point. The creek is an easy walk, just over a berm that separates it from the grass area. This keeps it quiet from the screaming/laughing kids in the creek. It was a great way to cool off, as the temps during our stay were just above 100°! They even have a rope swing set up, which was very popular with kids. The only reason I didn't give this park a 10 overall was that it didn't have a pool or spa. If it had those, they would've been the icing on the cake!
You can tell the park is very well managed. They are clear about their rules in advance and there were no problems during our stay. The staff was friendly and professional. They let you check out DVD's, games, and books at no charge. They sell bags of ice, which is convenient. The whole place was immaculately clean. I watched the clean up process of the site next to ours when that customer left. They raked/smoothed the gravel, blew off fallen leaves/debris, and rearranged patio chairs for the next guest. They have a community fire pit. They also had a volleyball court set up on a large lawn area. No one used these during our stay, though, because of the heat. If/when we return to the Sedona area, we will definitely stay there again! - ADMD
Jun 2016 - $68.00
This is probably one of the most meticulously clean parks we have ever stayed at. Within 5 minutes of a rig pulling out, the crew is there hosing, raking and thoroughly cleaning the site. We backed in along the creekside with plenty of shade and grass, yet satellite reception was excellent. Roads are paved with level gravel sites. A little pricey, but you are within walking distance to galleries, shops and restaurants. Downtown can also be walked, but it's a little further. This is the only RV park in Sedona, thus the cost, but well worth it. - 2sunkid
May 2016 - $41.00
A location within walking distance of Sedona's gallery row is this park's best attribute. Entry from the highway can be a challenge for larger rigs a it requires a tight turn down a steep hill onto a paved driveway. The park itself is gravel with little to distinguish between the access roads and sites other than utility poles. This is a very crowded park, with a few RV sites surrounded by a couple of dozen permanently-placed mobile homes. Water, sewer, and electrical hookups were conveniently placed. WiFi signal was strong, but thruput was only modest. We didn't use the bathrooms. The laundry facility was temporarily unavailable for maintenance reasons. A cheerful, helpful staff person met us as we entered, directed us into our site (we had a reservation), encouraged us to settle in before registering, took our payment, and offered many suggestions for our enjoyment of Sedona. We thought this was a reasonable price for such a good location. - DaveInOhio
May 2016 - $45.00
Old park with lots of run down trailers which I think are mostly rented. They only have a few transient sites. Was very tight getting in and out. The entrance road is very steep. Would be difficult for big rigs but doable. The full hookups worked well and the Wi-Fi was surprisingly good. The girls at check-in were very nice and pleasant. I must say the park is fairly neat given all the old trailers.
Very nice view of Oak Creek off of the patio just outside of the office. - mlbarry
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We made last minute reservation over phone, the owner was very nice. We stayed 5 days with a 32 foot 5th wheel. Management checked in with us several times to make sure we were comfortable. We arrived on a Friday night the weekend of the October feast, was a little noisy first night but all other nights were quite. This places has mostly permanent trailers that are rented nightly or monthly, many are people who live here permanently. Plenty of room between trailers but tight trying to get parked, doable but if you're not good at parking your trailer don't try here. If you are larger than 32 feet I wouldn't recommend it. Bring a smaller trailer it's worth it to stay here. Has the oak Creek creek 100 feet from trailers with a cement patio and tables overlooking it and stair access for going down to it. A little beach area and several areas to fish for trout. Permission was given to pan for gold if we wanted to. Gravel site was level, WiFi was great. Recommend highly. Thanks Oak Creek. - Cynthia Gowin
Oct 2015 - $42.00
There are lots of trees for shade. The camp staff was very helpful. The ground can be very muddy if it rains. Fire place ash every where in the camping area. None of it enclosed. The only ty is by air. - Traveling Dude
Oct 2012 - $35.00
Friendly staff, but the park has horses (manure, smell, flies) and lots of 4 wheelers (noise). The park is mainly transient rather than 4 month renters. Our dogs became ill because of the manure, the flies were obnoxious, we moved to the RV park next door. - User2901
Jul 2009 - $35.00
Sites here were close to each other. Our door and awning opened onto our neighbor's and there wasn't room for both awnings. Some really junky permanent trailers here. The water was nasty: smelled like sulfur or sewer. Yuck! People were friendly and accommodating when we wanted to move to a shady site. I thought it was wrong to have to pay $2 for a shower when I paid $35 for the site: should have been included. Enjoyed the baby goats at the petting zoo and appreciated having a general store here. Didn't stop into the bar or restaurant so can't comment on them. We won't stay here again. - goldenk9s
Jun 2015 - $15.00
Probably the most beautiful park I've ever seen. In the middle of the forest. No horse smells, no motorcycle, a few noisy off-road vehicles. No transients!!!! - User2901
Jun 2012 - $39.00
There is a great deal of confusion between Mormon Lake Lodge and Mormon Lake Trailer Park - they are right next door to one another. We have stayed at both and definitely prefer Mormon Lake Trailer Park. There are no horses, petting zoos, horse manure, and offending smells! The sites are in heavily treed area - like being in the middle of a forest. The owner and manager are incredibly helpful and responsive. The park is well maintained. We stay from June to September and love it. We do not have a truck to pull our large 5th wheel, but the manager always manages to provide one if we want to move from one site to another. Our site is complete with a carpeted porch and fence. The park is VERY dog friendly and dogs can run and run in the forest. Must be on a leash in the park, of course. We like this park so much that we keep our 5th wheel there all year ... at our site!! There is rv storage available. - User2901
May 2016 - $22.00
Dry camping in the Coconino National Forest. There isn't much around, so plan to stock up before you visit. The campground is big rig friendly, easy in/easy out. Interior roads and sites are paved. There are two loops (A&B) in this campground. Loop B is reservable online and Loop A is not, at least at the time of our visit. Loop A is first come, first served, and there are 15 spaces in Loop A. Had we known there were first come, first served spaces, we would not have reserved online since we were planning to arrive on a Monday. Although we reserved online, we decided to give up the reserved spaces and stay in a site in Loop A for the four days we were there. Our site (site 11 in Loop A) was level, but not all sites were level. Some sites have more space between them and the next site, but all sites are nicely spaced. Some sites offer more shade than others. There isn't much privacy between sites, though. There are flush toilets at various locations throughout the campground, shower facilities in one building only, a dump station, and a water fill station. The water fill hose is located on the side of the shower building. The one restroom we visited was clean. We didn't use the showers, but we were told by the camp host that the cost is $3 for 5 minutes. Each campsite has a fire ring, a grill, a picnic table, and a designated tent space. There is plenty of open space for walking pets. Although we did have a couple of unwanted guests (mice) join us while at this campground, we enjoyed our stay and will return when passing through the area. It's a beautiful campground that's kept clean by the camp hosts and the park service workers. - Guinness
Oct 2015 - $23.00
This is a modern, Forest Service Campground located twenty miles from Flag in a quiet Ponderosa forest. The county road leading to the park is wide and better than many state roads. Campground roads and pads are asphalt. There are a few mosquitos and plenty of yellowjackets. - RudyBaga
Aug 2015 - $14.00
All the USFS campgrounds I've encountered are uniformly clean (bathroom, etc.) and well maintained. This was still a notch above, the host was especially friendly and helpful.
Recently I reviewed my stay at the Kiabab USFS campground in Williams, AZ- and there I complained about the generator noise. Not so here. Campers had much quieter generators and ran them only to recharge. (There were only two Class A's in the park.)
The access road is well paved, and if off Lake Mary road - which is a wonderfully scenic drive on a wide well maintained road.
BBQ stand as well as fire ring. - Anthony Sherman
Flagstaff, Arizona (map) | (928) 774-8893
Sites: 57 | Latest Rate: $19.00 | 4 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $19.00
This is a nice, well-kept campground nestled in the ponderosa pines. Our site (#2) was satellite friendly, but we were unable to connect to the lodge's WiFi, even with our WiFiRanger booster. WiFi aside, the staff was courteous and friendly; restrooms and laundry clean and well maintained. A previous reviewer mentioned that sites are not big rig friendly, and while I tend to agree, our site was more than ample. Walmart and Bashas' just a short drive north on AZ89. The recreation area is collocated with Ft Tuthill County Park where Pickin' in the Pines is a popular annual bluegrass event. Hiking trails abound, and the urban trail will take you on foot or bike to the aforementioned Walmart. The only downside is that sites are without septic hook up. If your stay takes you beyond the capacity of your tanks, breaking camp to dump can be a pain. Overall we thought this campground was a good value and will visit again. - CO2RV
Jul 2014 - $19.00
We did not have reservations. We arrived on a Friday afternoon about 5:00. Greeted by wonderful staff. We were too big for one site, but they immediately told us what all sites they KNEW we would fit in. They told us to hurry and hookup as Friday nights are free hamburgers and hot dogs. We went up to the clubhouse patio and enjoyed a free supper. Horse shoes, volleyball, card, dice. Small store with beer available. Very shady. They have yurts, cabins, A-Frames too. We will return. - DigMyPast
Aug 2013 - $19.00
Sites are very small, tight and NOT level. They are in the process of rebuilding the restrooms in the camping area. Showers and restrooms available near the office. I would NOT consider this campground to be "big rig friendly." Close to Flagstaff. Some over the air TV. No road noise. We would stay here again. - thetravelkids
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We enjoyed our stay here, excellent location a few miles south of Flagstaff. Tall trees, lots of shade, nice bike and walking path. Spacious overall park with an amphitheater for events etc. Many campground sites and the road were hard to discern. We have a 30ft travel trailer and anything bigger would have to be careful negotiating turns and trees, and the sites aren't that big. We had a water/sewer site and it worked fine, had a picnic table and fire ring. No electricity available. No bathrooms, just Sani-huts, but they were clean. We were unable to connect to the WiFi, the signal was nonexistent to very weak. Verizon cell signal was weak, but usable. The campground hosts are from Recreation Resource Management and were friendly and helpful. The rate was $25 for a water/sewer site, and $20 for a dry site. - trussman
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We really like this campground and how quiet it can be. There are only about 7 spaces with water + sewer hookups, and there is a dump station. - joester
Jul 2013 - $16.00
This park makes it into our top 10 weird camping spots. We loved the location. Close to town, in the shaded woods, and near walking/hiking/biking trail. And $16 was a nice price, too, but that's the end of the good. There are no discernible roads and barely any obvious site. It's really tough to figure out which are tent sites and which are RV sites. We like boondocking, but when paying money for a site, I do like to have a "site." Tons of ruts which is non-trivial in monsoon season, but these turn into arroyos rather quickly. No clear ways in/out. No facilities beyond portapotties. Only a few sites with any hookups. Park happened to be pretty empty, but it was still noisy. No real supervision/camp host presence outside of office hours when the nice fellow checks you in. It's an adventure sorta like the ziplining business next door to the campground. - JCLC