1 Park near Peach Springs, Arizona
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
May 2015 - $35.00
Was here for a special Mother's day weekend special. Stayed Fri to Monday. This RV park is on Route 66 between Seligman and Kingman AZ. If you want to go somewhere and just unwind, this is the place. It's very quiet at night and not much to do but sit back and relax. All the restrooms worked and the showers were clean and big, with plenty of hot water. No problem with the 50 Amp or the water at our site. I will agree with the previous writer that some of the sites were not level and it took some maneuvering to get the MH is a position for being level. There are new owners and they are trying to get things in order, so as to get more MH's off the 40 freeway. This area is in the high desert and is as good as it gets for the area. - dhansen871
May 2015 - $32.00
Just say no and move on. The roads and sites are all gravel and dirt/mud. The lanes are super narrow and sites either have no trees at all, or trees jutting out so it scrapes your RV and stops you from putting out slides or canopies. The site numbers are hard to follow. They built random wood fencing in spots throughout the park - perhaps meant as decorations? - which also makes it difficult for turning. The "facilities" are in what appears to have once been an old single-wide trailer and supposedly contains restrooms, showers and a laundry. There is little to no phone service in the area, no Wi-Fi (little to no signal even with personal hotspots and booster), and no sewer hookups (drive a mile back down to the inn for the dump station). There are no lights around the campground so it is scary, but may be perfect for star gazers
If you are in to primitive camping (that just happens to have electric and water) that costs the same as paved sites with full hookups in other campgrounds, then this is the place for you.
We did try to call ahead the day before and the day of and left messages. Almost decided they were closed when no one returned our calls, but on the fifth attempt, someone answered. After one drive-through looking at potential campsites, we decided not to stay. We went back less than 15 minutes after paying to get our money back and were told they would keep $10 in fees. When I asked where this policy was posted for customers, she said on their website (which you can't access because there is no Wi-Fi Internet service).
We were so disgusted with the poor conditions of the RV park that we didn't even try to do the cavern tour there which had good reviews. Rude people with little to offer. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid. - DebGA