1 RV Park near Peach Springs, Arizona
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This campground was great! There were probably 3-4 people in RVs while we were staying there, and maybe a handful of tent campers as well. So, we really enjoyed the openness and sparsely populated campground, with no one near us for at least 300 yards. The bathrooms are individual little rooms with large, clean showers, a toilet, and a sink. That's a really cool feature, instead of the usual "dorm-style," crowded, share-everything (sounds, smells, etc.) typical campground bathrooms! No sewer dump at individual sites, but there's an RV dump station near the front of the compound.
While this campground lacks certain amenities, that's what we liked the most about it: No Wi-Fi or cell phone service in this area, no TV stations came in on our antenna. It's truly an "Off the Beaten Path" kind of place. Yet, you still had free use of swimming pool, continental breakfast included, the marvelous Cave Tours, and more. - Phoenix Rover
Apr 2016 - $40.00
We arrived late April for a stay of one night in our RV. It was cold and windy. Staff was very friendly and we could choose our own spot. Is was not busy at all, and we found a nice level spot with pull-through. I used the shower/restroom, which was very spacious and clean, nice hot shower.
The restaurant at the Caverns entry serves a limited menu, mostly burgers, but it was the best burger I had in months!
Next morning we were pleasantly surprised by the complimentary breakfast. Lots of items to choose from and very tasty. - Leo22
Jul 2015 - $38.00
A one night stay while passing through the area. The park is past it's prime and a bit expensive for what's offered. Gravel roads and site with some washed out. Water and electric only, no sewer. They do have a restaurant and gift shop as part of the Caverns complex. - John P