2 Parks near Patagonia, Arizona
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Smokey campfires. Noisy campers. Good hikes. Birding. Nice showers. - Pepe La Maison
Feb 2016 - $30.00
Beautiful park, great location for bird watching. The $5/person fee for the park ranger boat tour is well worth the fee, lots of knowledge shared, etc.
Compared to other AZ state parks that we have stayed in, this one is a LOT more heavily treed which is a little more difficult for big rigs.
The east campground loop is more spacious and sites more spread out than the west campground, but also somewhat smaller site. - DRFink
Feb 2016 - $27.00
As someone else said, this is an OK state park. Unfortunately, a lot of the spots are not big enough for larger rigs, but my 32' C was OK if I parked it slightly at an angle. A problem is that there is really very little view of the lake from campsites because of the small trees and shrubs that obscure your view. It would be nice to trim them a bit. My site also had the picnic table down about 10 stairs behind the site, which would be a problem if you wanted to spend much time eating or around the campfire down there. Also, the "market" had only snacks, no bread or milk or other essentials. Verizon voice and data were OK in the east end of the park, but not so good on the west end. - judy_online
Apr 2016 - $31.00
Clean, tidy and well cared for RV park. Superb WiFi - no trouble streaming movies. Host was friendly and helpful. Laundry area was spotless as was the shower and restrooms. Quiet, a short walk from downtown Patagonia and close to The Nature Conservancy's Patagonia Preserve - excellent birding. We spend a week here each year. Best RV park we've found in Arizona. Highly recommended. - Billy Lee
Mar 2016 - $33.00
This is a nice little RV park with level sites and fast wifi. There's no TV unless you have your own satellite dish or buy their DirecTV connection. Our pull through site was very level with grass. Hookups were fine. There is an orchard next door with a gate and walking path to take the dog. The park was very quiet and pleasant. There was nothing to complain about. Nearby Patagonia Lake State Park was packed while this RV park was less than half full. - Dr. John
Feb 2015 - $31.00
Small park just outside the 'center' of the town. Very quit, day and night. All sites are level and spacious, some pull-trough's. Two restrooms and one shower for men and the same amount for women. All clean. Some RV parts for sale in the small office.
DirecTV available for $ 2.50 per day. Flawless fast WiFi, even streaming is possible! Recommendable park. - Bluesbirdy