Peoria Arizona Campgrounds
28 RV Parks near Peoria, Arizona
Jan 2018 - $36.00
Hard to get in the main area due to long term/permanent residents. Overflow partial hook ups, elec and water only, are in the dirt about 1/4 mile from clubhouse, restrooms, store, etc. this area is also for dry campers, of which there are a lot. This is an off highway vehicle idea spot as indicated by the large number of them running around and parked everywhere. The sites are dusty, there is a lot of noise from generators, vehicles coming and going, noisy campfire parties late into the night. Not a relaxing full service RV resort experience. - gb44
May 2017 - $40.00
This is not an RV "Resort." It is a trailer park with very few amenities. The park is owned by a water district & management could care less about upgrading the park or residents & guests following the rules. The appearance & overall quality has deteriorated significantly since we stayed there. They do nothing to make you want to return as a guest, & if you are a permanent resident, you may be moved numerous times to accommodate other guests for unknown & unexplainable reason(s). - Treeban1 _
Mar 2017 - $15.00
This is a great value for overnight dry camping in a secure lot well lit. short walk to lake. great restaurant on dock with shuttle service. Diesel and gas pump with excellent access. Also can get electric and water hookup overlooking lake for a modest fee but must unhook. - rvreviews
Apr 2016 - $22.00
The park is well located near shopping and restaurants. Paved roads were smooth and RV site was level and clean. We enjoyed the big resort pool. There are mostly older retired folks and many mobiles and park models, with a few short term RV spots here and there. The view out your window will be a mobile home. We felt safe and secure in this park. - Kason rolling
Jan 2010 - $25.00
If you have pets, forget this park: There is no designated pet area. The front gate is a bit tight if you are pulling a long trailer. The majority of this park is for 55+ residents who reside in trailers, very few RV spaces and some of them are very tight. Most of the residents are not pet friendly and your dog will need to potty on the street or on your lot; come to think of it, most of the residents are not friendly - period. The Park is gated, which is a plus. The park has a few planned activities for their guests, but we only attended the occasional Saturday donuts social. Reasonable rates for an extended stay, we spent three months in this park. - Dave Scott
Dec 2017 - $36.00
A basic rv Park with decent facilities, friendly people here, sites are decent. Nothing fancy but showers are clean and water, electric (we only need 30 amp) and sewer. A nice pet area with grass. Not a resort but all we wanted was a reasonable place to stay for 3 weeks. No pet size requirements. No minimum trailer sizes as so many other parks in the area have on close to plenty of restaurants, grocery stores etc. And an RV sales and repair shop right next door that had a part I needed and refills propane so that is very convenient. - Bob_W
May 2015 - $32.00
This campground suited our basic needs while in Phoenix. It is not a resort, but convenient to many local attractions. They say they have 50 AMP, but we couldn't find one empty site that had it. We stayed in in early Spring, so AC wasn't vital. If we needed 50 AMP, we would find another place. The main downside was the check-in. The hotel guests get priority, so be prepared to wait a while if you check in at a busy time. - travelSupremely
Mar 2015 - $30.00
The park is behind a Days Inn which apparently took over a Ramada Inn. The park is as described in other reviews: older and in need of some work, nothing fancy. But, that being said, the park was clean, and I only saw one permanent site that should have been removed. There are few 50 amp sites, and those are really suggested for the Arizona area. We were here for spring training and to visit family so we found the park to be acceptable and safe. We will certainly return. - nmunozjr
Mar 2017 - $20.00
We stayed here six months from October thru March. This was our second time here, and we were even more happy with our stay this time than last. While this is an older park, it has full amenities and activities for the active adult, and RV'ers are welcomed by the permanent residents. It is one of the friendliest parks we've ever been in. The sites are quite spacious. We love it here and have already reserved next winter's stay. It is great for a shorter stopover as well. - MissMyGolden
Mar 2017 - $47.00
This is a full-service RV resort with amenities like a pool, pickle ball courts etc. The grounds are immaculate and the hosts at the front gate were particularly helpful. The RV sites are tucked in among aging park models and this is one reason my rating is less than stellar. The park is mostly older park models. We had one other camper near us in a fifth wheel. As a result, the residents tend to stay to themselves inside their homes. For us, it lost the sense of community you get when camping with others who are on the go like we are. The site was gravel with a concrete pad and a spot to park the car. There was no landscaping between sites, but the sites were fairly spacious. A $4 daily resort fee is charged regardless of your use of the facility. We were in town for spring training, so the location was good and our basic needs were met for the several days we were there. - The Regans
Jul 2016 - $14.00
Great park, eveyone very nice.
Security guards are wonderful.
Park is clean and this park is a pet friendly park, which is very much appreciated.
We paid 14.00 a night plus 4.00 per night and taxes. We came here with a Coast to Coast membership.
Thank you Paradise RV Resort for the great hospitality. - Mary_M
Feb 2018 - $50.00
Rate based upon 2 week stay in temp spot in the back. All services worked as expected except wi-fi which only worked at the office. Really nice facilities with happy hour and live music daily. Great location. One concern was too many children which was really noticeable at the pool. Not sure what age qualified park means but it appeared any age was allowed. - Igotjam
Dec 2017 - $39.00
This is an upscale resort with almost every amenity you could want. Tennis courts were lighted and first class. Workout room, 2 pools, outside bar with live music every afternoon and night. There is little lacking, first class all the way, plus they take PA! We were treated like they wanted us there, friendly staff couldn't do enough for us. For some reason the cable TV system had issues however being that close to Phoenix we got about 40 channels from our antenna. Overall top notch all the way, definitely stay again. - Syncro
May 2017 - $34.00
This park is mainly for permanent park models with an area by the dumpsters for short term stays. The wifi was great but the cable came with a cable box that you need to hook up to your tv (We didn't use it). There seems to be a lot of activities for the residents of which we were welcome to join in. Everyone was very friendly and accommodating. The dog park was a nice place to relax in the evening with our dog. The short term sites are so close that the slides almost touch. - Travelindog
Apr 2017 - $44.00
Unfortunately we've heard this park has been closed and purchased by the city. They have other plans for the property. Planes, trains, and automobiles! Noise was definitely noticeable. All are basically next door. We enjoyed our stay and the park was very convenient for Mariner and Padres games. - SandyBBB
Aug 2016 - $30.00
We've found it! An OASIS in the desert! Donorma RV Park is absolutely a gem. We are so lucky to have found this park. It is not like the sterile parks where they have 80' palm trees that offer no shade, and everyone is stacked up against the neighbors like sardines. The lots come in a variety of sizes to fit most RV's.
Donorma has trees that offer shade, grass, the green mowable variety, a smorgasbord of cacti to check out, humming birds, and bunch of bunnies running around. The management staff (family) are very friendly and helpful. Pretty much everyone was involved in getting us in our space and set up correctly.
We found Donorma while looking for a RV park in the area using Google Maps. All the trees we saw are what drew us to it. We also noticed that it had a pool. Sadly, the pool has now been filled in, and more gravel seems to be arriving daily.
What really made this park stand out from the other parks was the fact that it wasn't a sterile gravel lot, or slabs of concrete and asphalt like all the others we looked at. These RV parks do nothing but radiate heat late into the night which everyone tries to avoid any time of day when you're in the desert.
Anyone that has ever spent any part of the summer season in an RV in the desert looks forward to shade, and a pool, to get away from the endless sun, and heat. We hope the owners realize what a unique gem they have here.
Pro's - Friendly management, trees, green, lots of shade, quiet, location, very clean bathrooms, onsite propane, washers/dryers, pets allowed.
Con's - No pool now, more gravel than needed. - Stone n Pebbles
Feb 2016 - $30.00
We stayed at Donorma RV Park for the Winter of 2016, November thru April. This park is such a great place to stay! We found the managers to be very kind and helpful. They work hard to keep up the park and are always doing landscaping or taking care of the grounds in one way or another. It is a family-managed park and so the park has a family feel to it. There are showers and bathrooms as well as 4 washers and dryers for the visiting rver's to use. There are chickens and rabbits and numerous birds if you like animals. There are pets allowed as well. It has a number of pull thru sites and accommodates rv's up to 40'. This is an oasis in the desert as the landscaping uses fruit and hardwood trees as well as many varieties of flowering plants and bushes. It is a very nice park with very nice people managing. - KarenFay
Dec 2013 - $20.00
A small campground that is a little tight to navigate. They don't have a minimum trailer length or maximum age to camp like most other places around here have. - Artlamah
May 2008 - $37.00
Very small and parking is bad. - gracieo
Mar 2016 - $54.00
Great location for visiting North Phoenix; easy highway access off the 17 and 101. Near Costco, stores, restaurants, and plenty of other services. Facility is very large with an established community of seasonal trailers & mobile homes, but for transients like us there were two rows of decent pull-thrus up front. We extended our stay four additional days and were moved to a back-in site between a couple of mobile homes, but we had no issue with this. Everybody was extremely friendly - our site escort, the office people, and the seasonal residents themselves. The only showers were in the pool area and the configuration was very weird, but all bathroom facilities were always clean. Indoor pool only. Lots of common areas and great share-a-book library. Large, clean laundry facility. Outdoor shuffleboard, bocce, putting area & golf net for full swings. The seasonal residents actively participate in many activities on their social calendar - quilting, sewing, pancake breakfast, etc. We liked it here and will return. - Jolly Out There
May 2015 - $38.00
We pulled in and pulled out. Sites way too close, many run down "full timers", just did not feel comfortable. - 07pacearrow
Dec 2014 - $40.00
This park is "no frills" but meets all the basic needs. Small park with all back-in spaces. Sites are long, level with plenty of room for slide outs. Good hook-ups and cable. Easy access off Interstate. Plenty of stores and shops nearby. Located in North Phoenix. Staff very friendly and helpful, even providing a packet of tourist information when we checked in. Major problem was a lack of room to walk our dogs. Would definitely stay here again. - travelswithpuppies
Mar 2018 - $52.00
We stayed here several days and took day trips in the area. It's a mix of permanent, temporary and transient residents. The staff is helpful and the office/club house areas were large and well kept. The transient area was convenient. - Chasdalex
Mar 2018 - $60.00
My rate includes tax since it added $40 to a six night stay. Rate also increased for the last few days since their rate changes for Spring practice season. No matter if it's $52 or $60 the cost is not worth it. However, most places were full until April so this was what was available. My site was located between 2 park models with JUST enough room for my rig to fit between and patio and a park model. When parking my truck on the other side of the patio I had to be very careful not to take out the metal awning on the other park model. Most of the transient sites are located near the entrance and they are gravel pull-thru's with a small patio. I was visiting relatives so I did not spend much time in the park and I didn't use any amenities. This was the MOST expensive campground/park that I have ever stayed at in the past 4 years full-timing. Avoid if you can! - jnateg
Oct 2017 - $47.00
Mainly over 55 but they have and area for short terms. WIFI is not available on the site but a fantastic service in the office area. Road ways are easy to get around. Staff are only available office hours but they leave everything out for u to self check-in. We would stay here again. - Aussie Chums
Mar 2012 - $35.00
This is the worse RV park we have ever stayed in and we have stayed in at least 200 different parks in the past 25 years! The management is rude, unreasonable and unprofessional. The blonde lady everyone talks about is unbelievable and all reviews about her are true. If you complain or even ask about anything, you are asked to leave and there is a no refund policy. There is no customer service. The RV park is run down and dirty. Maybe the management should stop smoking and standing around and actually do some work! They should also take a communication course! There is an adult only section, but really the whole park should be for adults as they do not let children walk around the park or ride their bikes. The only people staying here are one`s forced to due to the low cost. Never stay here! Go park at Walmart if you have to! - igocampingalot
Nov 2011 - $15.00
We stayed here for 2 months ONLY because it was the closest park to where our son lives and the rate was reasonable. BUT, there are some REALLY trashy permanent trailers in the park and a REALLY trashy trailer park behind the RV park. Staff was friendly but when a permanent resident moved a disgusting, piece of garbage, trailer right behind us we complained and they refused to do anything about it. Evidently a permanent resident had moved out of it into another junky trailer and was trying to sell it. It was finally moved after 3 weeks. The RVers were friendly and so were most of the long term residents. Also, when we arrived the owner told us that he was going to be replacing the ratty picnic tables. Saw in a review from 2010 he was saying the same thing. Still has ratty picnic tables. We could not use ours. We would not stay here again. Rate is based on monthly rate + electric. - User2209
Mar 2011 - $20.00
Good location on north side of town with easy access to malls and restaurants and healthcare. Management was friendly and helpful. We ended up staying here 4 months instead of just 2 weeks that we initially planned. March-June. Pool and hot tub are on opposite sides of the park. Also some unusual campers here that work for the carnival. (Literally 20 people sharing a camper.) Lots of snowbirds, and year round residents, and students from the motorcycle school. Cable TV and internet are good. They also offer RV storage. If you are in search of a campground with the best weekly rates, this is it. Had a hard time finding affordable weekly rates in the area and lots of parks are 55+. They keep good tabs on the property and patrol it. We felt comfortable leaving our rig here for a week while we did a side trip. Sites are basic gravel. Occasional smells of garlic from the restaurant nearby. Also next to the castle adult frills store. - sysadmin