1 RV Park near Peach Springs, Arizona
Apr 2018 - $42.00
Reminded me of "tourist traps" on the 50's in Florida when I was a child (before Disney arrived and wiped them all out). Worth a stop just for the experience. They do have some spots in the lower section right off route 66. If you want to patronize the little bar, that is the better place, the upper sites are more convenient to the restaurant at the upper facility. - Gary Munson
Jun 2017 - $40.00
We stayed at this park on our way to the Grand Canyon. It's a lot of fun; dinosaurs, caverns, mini-golf and bits of odd Americana : ) It's a ways off the road and the dirt sites can be a little difficult to navigate; but the night time sky is awesome and this place is quiet! The bathrooms and showers are "rustic". Two of the showers had families of ants living in them. The laundry facility was free. Our kids thought this place was cool and reminded them of the Mystery Shack from Gravity Falls. We'd come back just for the fun oddities... - wagsonthego97
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