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2 RV Parks near Peridot, Arizona
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Peridot. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Peridot in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Stayed here one nite on way to Apache Junction. Stayed in ClassC pulling car. The entrance is huge. Chevron station that can actually svc my motorhome/car easily. RV lot huge. All pullthrus. They are east/west facing sites but I had a reservation so they blocked the other site. Only 50/30/50/20 for electric-so no problem. Pool was clean and nice as were the bathrooms and showers. Can walk to casino-ate at the Black River Grill. Food was great. I would stay here again. - Ila Rodgers
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Great overnight park, fun casino. Park is all buddy sites but only have 15,30,50 amp per 2 sites. If you take 30, your neighbour must take 15 or 50. Water and sewer good, seperate hook ups. They could use a better cleaning in the bathrooms/showers. The bathrooms could be upgraded! Seems like lots of ongoing maintenance. - RDRV
Jul 2016 - $27.00
This park is all paved. All sites are pull thru. You park East, your neighbor parks West. You share same utility island; which is OK. Park has bathrooms, showers, laundry and pool. No picnic tables, no BBQ grills - just big space. The internet is strong but slower than dialup; I mean real slow. They have a store which seems adequate, but the help seems disinterested - the heat. There was very little shade and 100+ weather. We like visiting casinos, but this casino has many older video slots with maybe a couple of newer ones. Food was good and moderate priced. We have found many better casinos with RV parks. We wanted to try this one; It is worth a visit. We had no reservations - there was lots of openings. - Scot671
Nov 2018 - $18.00
A new facility across Hwy 60. 130 W Ash St. Built on a hill so not level but workable. We like the old facility also as you can walk into Old Globe city. We have stayed at both. - Powayegg
Sep 2017 - $16.00
This is really a local trailer park with a few spots for overnights. The local units are tidy, the people nice and the place pretty quiet. The park is co-located with a batting cage, so people visit during the day. No amenities, but its a reasonable place to stay while in Globe. It's right downtown, a few minutes from a Safeway and other businesses. The customer service was great, and its a bargain at the Passport America rate (probably a little high for what is there without the discount. Overnight parking is parallel parking alongside a fence. It was no trouble for me, but might be awkward for very long rigs. A few local o/a tv channels available. Verizon signal is good, and the free wifi is very fast, and easy to get from your rig. Traffic noise is a little distracting during the day, but its surprisingly quiet at night. - KAP99
Apr 2017 - $25.00
We pulled in for one night, and ended up staying a week. It is hardly fancy, just a local RV park, no frills, pleasant management, ideally placed to explore the area around Globe. We could easily stay here because the WiFi was strong and dependable, which really makes a difference when you are on the road for weeks at a time. Most sites have sewer, ours was water and electric only, but there is a dump. Everything worked. Another desert campground, on the sand and gravel. Many long term residents, mainly because of the proximity to the mine. Maybe a half dozen or so 'drop ins.' Easy walking to grocery store and downtown shops. - Max_well