36 Parks near Quartzsite, Arizona
Jan 2016 - $35.00
Not a bad park, for Quartzsite... large staggered spaces. All gravel. Small restroom but very clean. Some sites only have 30amp. No cable, wifi was spotty. Very nice folks run the place. - Tredguy
Feb 2010 - $22.00
Not much here but the basics, but those basics are provided with grace and style. There are lots of permanent rigs, but enough empty sites to accommodate travelers. Very basic. No picnic tables at sites. One single-person restroom with shower. Immaculate. Very nice host and hostess. There is a laundry room and a library/sitting room in central building with that one restroom. Great for an overnight stop, or even longer, if your intention is to be out in Quartzsite during the season. If we're traveling through again, this would be our first choice. This place doesn't seem to be in Woodalls. I haven't a clue how I found it. I may have just picked it off Google Maps. I'm giving it a 7 rating, not because it has lots of features, but because it does exactly what is needed, with no issues or problems. - Ed Greenberg
Jan 2014 - $29.00
Pros: Spacious sites with large patio area, clean bathroom & showers, exceptionally friendly managers and staff, planned activities (jam sessions, card games, crafts). Cons: sites are dirt, roads are gravel = tons of dust. The nearest supermarket in Blythe (24 miles). Escapees 15% discount reflected in price. - Jayhart
Apr 2013 - $25.00
Great place for overnight stay. In the winter they have a lot of snowbirds. The sites are level and are fairly wide. No one is in the office; you can't call ahead, but there is a care taker that will help when you arrive. Full hookups, some pull-throughs, most back-in. They allow pets and at the back of park is a nice area for walking. We have stayed here before and will come back again! - hapicamper
Dec 2011 - $10.00
Rate is based (kind of) on a monthly rate. We loved this park. We had a huge site. There are lots of friendly people with planned activities. Verizon and AT&T worked just fine. The location is perfect in the little town, and you can ride your ATVs directly from the park. It's very nice, and we would definitely return. - Wanderin
Jan 2017 - $35.00
Stayed a week, for RV show. If you go, ask for sites 72-94, per map. These are really nice pull-thrus. We only got this because the park messed up our reservation and allowed a current tenant to extend. We got 84 for 3 nights and 88 for 4 nights. Inconvenient to move but sites were worth it. Other sites are pretty tight. If never to Quartszite before, the east exit is easiest to navigate, especially leaving town. - OSUTRIKERS
Jan 2017 - $26.00
Just stayed one night. The overnight spaces were huge pull throughs on a gravel lot. Very convenient for an overnight stay. Easy to get to from I-10 and easy to navigate in the park. Restrooms were clean and the service was good. The rest of the park looked like permanent residents and they were packed in pretty tight. We would definitely stay again for an overnight, but probably not longer. - thyde
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Ours was not a positive experience. We had reservations for 4 days, but didn't know we were coming when checking in. Had to ask for a map to find our site. Had to return to office to get wi-fi credentials. Never did get to Spa as it was locked and we didn't have access code. When I inquired about a dog run, was told not to use the one listed on map. Mail we had sent to us there was returned as undeliverable. The address on their website is not a mailing address, so call and check first and be sure to get their PO Box #. Nor do they have an email address where issues can be reported. Electricity, at least at our site, bordered on high voltage: 128-130 volts. On the plus side, the overnight area is clean, level, and easily accessible. - vt3fan
Jan 2017 - $11.00
Rate reflects monthly discount. We booked and paid nearly a year in advance. Upon arrival we were given our assigned space and went to check it out. The park was pretty empty. It's mostly the parking lot type of RV park with few trees. Unfortunately one of the trees was directly at the entrance of our site. There was no way for us to get in and out of the site without damaging our rig. Since there were tons of empty spots in the campground, we asked to be moved to one that wouldn't wreck our home. With much grumbling about how we should be able to fit without hitting the tree "too much", they agreed to move us to another site, with the understanding that we could not be accommodated in the park during one of our weeks if we didn't go into the site they originally assigned us. Given the choice to wreck our rig or move out during the RV show without refund, we chose the move out. While this park is clean, don't be fooled by the advertising. The wifi is not usable whatsoever. The potlucks are not potlucks; it's more like a soup kitchen for the sweet people who live in tents in this park. The residents and workampers were very kind. We would never camp here again. - ppalmer21
Jan 2016 - $35.00
This was the worst place we have ever stayed! The facilities are run-down and mediocre. The wi-fi only works if you are right under the tower, and does not work all over the campground. (false advertising) I tried to use the washing machine, carefully following the directions, and it wouldn't start. I went to the office and the woman there was furious because I didn't know there was some goofy trick to jiggling the door. She became even more upset when I pointed to the directions on the machine, which did not mention the trick door. The restroom toilets and sinks were okay, but the shower floors looked cruddy. Worst of all, the entire campground is littered with broken pieces of concrete tire stops, which are used to separate the campsites. I tripped and fell over one of them in the dark and dislocated and fractured three bones in my ankle, which eventually required surgery with plates and screws, and months to recover. Immediately after falling, I went to the emergency room, then we came back to camp to pack up and leave. I phoned the office and told the obnoxious woman who answered the phone what had happened. I suggested they remove the trip and fall hazards, and she rudely refused to consider the suggestion. I told her we now have to leave a day early and asked if they could at least do the decent thing and refund the money for the unused day, and she said no; there are no refunds. Even if a guest is seriously injured. This place is DANGEROUS and the management has a callous disregard for guests safety. I will NEVER go to Quartzsite again, unless it is to sue B10 Campground. - DMarilynB
Jan 2016 - $34.00
This is an old park, with old but fairly clean restrooms/showers. The grounds are well-kept. - Bill Strong
Oct 2016 - $22.00
This is a small park tight roads but once we were in it was ok. Clean reasonable laundry, clean free showers and restrooms, excellent free wifi. A book exchange and a place to work an ongoing puzzle. Next time will plan on staying longer. Only thing missing was a swimming pool. - Cactusflower
Feb 2013 - $25.00
Kofa Mountain RV Park in Quartzsite, Arizona is one of the few places to stay in Quartzsite and is not a resort by any stretch. However it is nice enough for a couple of days or more and the people that run it are very nice and accommodating. We arrived about 6pm in February 2013 and the office was closed but the maintenance man saw us drive in and immediately opened the office and checked us in. We asked for a pull-through which we received for $25 a night cash only deal. The streets are a bit narrow for a 40 foot coach with toad but clearly are maneuverable with a little care. The front entry gates are quite narrow for larger coaches so be careful coming in. Once you come through the entry gates the office is directly in front of you. Our site was gravel which is typical for this area. We had full hookups and relatively easy in and out. All in all the RV parks are limited in this area but we would stay here again since it met our short term needs. - TriumphTim
Mar 2011 - $19.00
We enjoyed our short stay in this small, adult park. Like most parks in Q, many seasonal residents in neat park models, and they're nice folks. New owner a year or so ago. Manager friendly and very helpful. All overnight sites are gravel. Excellent roads. Easy in/out. Activity center has TV and pool table and coffee and donuts in the a.m. Rate is Passport America. Will definitely return when in the area. - Nillawilla
Dec 2015 - $1.00
I just spent 11 days in the Kofa Wildlife Refuge and it's as beautiful as any high desert landscape you've ever seen. Granted, that type of landscape is a bit of an acquired taste, but once you embrace its beauty it sticks with you.
The Palm Canyon Road entrance is just north of mile marker 85 on the east side of Hwy 95, about 25 miles or so south of Quartzsite. The road in was a little washboardy but very manageable. They do see flash floods from time to time, and the road shows some evidence of rutting from previous floods, but it's wide enough to maneuver around the problem spots even in my 43' rig towing a car.
One issue is ground clearance: on the road in it's not an issue at all, but when they grade the road they leave a berm of gravelly debris along the sides which creates a curb that many if not most RV's and Travel Trailers would find difficult or impossible to get over. This unfortunately blocks access to what would otherwise be some pretty nice campsites for larger rigs, though smaller setups might be able to take advantage of them.
During my stay there were only a few other campers out there, mostly in travel trailers, so we all had thousands of yards between us to call our own. There was some very light day-use traffic and the occasional hunters / shooters whizzing by on quad-runners, but the dust they kick up dissipates very quickly due to the almost constant breeze.
It's beautiful, quiet and isolated... and expansive. The sunsets are magnificent and the hiking is as easy or as hard as you want it to be: The flat plains are perfect for long evening walks, and the mountains / canyons at day-use area at the foot of the mountains are a bit more challenging.
There's a park host for any questions you may have, but really you just find a spot and park. It's boondocking at its best, and it's absolutely free. It really doesn't get much easier than this. - Wryly Blithe
Apr 2013 - $12.00
Kofa National Wildlife Refuge sits off Highways 10 and 95 near Quartzsite. Excellent dry camping - not another soul there when we were there - we drove in off Highway 10. I understand the entrance off Highway 95 is the more popular and probably more crowded. Lots of cacti in a high desert landscape. Be careful of where you walk your dogs because of the cacti. Vehicles with low clearance could have problems on the gravel/dirt roads but we were fine in our 24' class C. You can camp anywhere within 100' of any road. Wilderness at its best. - casasf
Jan 2016 - $4.00
This is camp in the desert. Some trash cans in area and a few porta potties. Dump station and water at Las Posas South but not at Tyson Wash. Be prepared to wait an hour or more to use dump station during Jan-Feb. Park wherever you want but most people try to space out sites by 50 yards or more due to generator noise. A lot of dust from off road vehicles. Ground is hard packed gravel, lava base and will support any size rig. Watch out for big dips in some roads. Easiest way to find a site is to use tow car to scout out location. Beautiful sunsets and starry skies--very peaceful. Tons of stuff to do in Quartszite in the prime season Jan-Feb-early March. $40.00 for 2 week stay-pay at BLM entrance station at each LTVA (long term visitor area). The further you go on Hwy 95 north or south of town the less crowded it is. Tyson wash is south of town about 3 miles. - clint77
Jan 2016 - $13.00
To start with boondocking is not our choice in camping. We were with a group of 5 other rigs and got a very secluded spot about 3 miles off the highway over a rough dirt path. There were plenty of available camping sites for multiple rigs closer to the road but you would have to eat the dust from those of us that camped further away. BLM charges $40 for 1 to 14 days. We stayed 3 (which was more than enough). They only accept check or exact change in cash (my $100 bill was not acceptable). A credit card machine would make the whole check-in process much faster and more secure. The people working the desk were not friendly or helpful.
A generator is a necessity. Between the dust and our campfire smoke a shower is necessary every day which leads to packing up your rig and go waiting in a long line to dump and fill up with water every few days.
We can now cross "going to the Quartzsite RV Show" off our bucket list. We will not be back. - lyzzards
Jan 2015 - $10.00
We stayed at La Posa South with a group of a dozen other RVs during the Quartzsite RV show. It's hard to decide on a numeric rating for this because it's just a giant patch of desert, not really a campground! Pros: lots of space to choose from, and even during the big RV show we had plenty of room around us and didn't feel crowded. Great views, great sunsets, and a short drive to town. 8 water filling stations means there's not much of a wait to fill your tank. Cons: lots of dust whenever someone drives by, the ground is all large gravel/rocks which was quite hard on our dogs' paws, and there are only two sewer dumps to handle the thousands of RVers during the RV show which means you could wait in line for hours to dump. We opted to "take it with us" to our next destination. It's $40 for up to two weeks, and we were there for 4 nights, thus our $10/night calculated rate. - LifeRebooted
Dec 2012 - $7.00
We were looking for a place to stay for the last 10 days of December and January. There are a lot of RV spaces available in Quartzsite this year, Pattie's had a great rate ($185 for the month), a superb rate compared to what some of the other places quoted us for a gravel pad with hook-ups. There are no restrooms or showers. The people are friendly, the sites are large enough, there is a laundromat and propane sales on site. Right across the street is the Quartzsite General Store and the Redbox. Bread, milk, fresh meat and movies are just a short walk away. The main sales area is about a 20 minute walk away. The Wi-Fi comes and goes at times, but is mostly there and it is strong enough to watch a video. As a place to park an RV with hook ups close to the Quartzsite "action"; Pattie's RV Park has what's needed. - becida
Jan 2011 - $7.00
We stayed monthly. The first month was $225, then it went down to $175 with electricity at 19 cents kwh. The park is probably half long term and half transit. We had no complaints about the park except for the water pressure would vary from low to high. The Wi-Fi was excellent: never had a problem with reception or staying on. There is a laundry in the front of the park, but is also open to people outside the park. Everyone was nice from the manager to the residents, including long term folks. If we ever go back to Quartzsite, we would be open to staying here again. - rvgrandma
Jan 2017 - $35.00
Stayed four nights at Quartzsite. Mgrs. and asst. mgrs. on check in were very nice and helpful. The park is very clean with large, level gravel spaces. Very quiet day & night. We have a 40ft. Country Coach and were assigned a 30 amp space. 50 amp were all taken. During the first night, the coach decided that it would not accept the power. The auto-gen started the generator. Seven minutes later the mgr. Bill, showed up to say that no gens allowed. He and his wife went out of their way to move us over behind their fifth wheel as the park was full, so that we could remain at the park. It is night time and raining. They had us hook up to their 50 amp power as they went onto their propane for our stay. This level of kindness is hard to find. My rating--A Plus !!!! - lsmith
Nov 2016 - $25.00
The hosts the evening were very nice and friendly. It was Thanksgiving and we did not feel like we were infringing on them at all.
We did have a problem the following morning. The park rules were given to us on a very glossy ad type piece of paper. The fine print at the top in very small font contained the rules. We being novices at rv parks did not know that rinsing off the back of your rig is not allowed at most parks. A gruff man came up to my partner and asked if he had been given rules. We did not know that he was the manager and he did not ID himself. We did not know that we were given the rules. We really feel that if you are the manager that you should introduce yourself and you should have rules with you and not just walk off after curtly asking if we had gotten a copy of the rules and don't rinse it.
Great dog run. - PhilNic
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Eco-friendly park with solar panels. Close to bike trails,convenient for cyclists. Owner is extremely polite and helpful. Large gravel spaces and lots of sunshine. Easy access to I-10. - Travelingaround
Jan 2017 - $32.00
Very nice park overall, very pleased with our stay with everything but the wi-fi. Clean and well maintained, would have been nicer with a pool and hot tub. Had great Verizon 4g phone & data. DirecTV Satellite reception was good in our site also. We stayed here for a few days before our battery bank was installed for boondocking. - dmkimm
Nov 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here a week over Thanksgiving. The lots are plenty long for a big rig and towed without unhooking. Basically a gravel lot with concrete patios. Very wide site that even allowed us to park our jeep next to the rig. Easy in and out but getting parked so your slide didn't hit the pedestal and still was close enough to hook up the utilities was a challenge. Heard several comments from others about it. Very nice laundry facility. Nice group Thanksgiving dinner. Our Only real complaint was that the showers were pay showers! Many four wheelers going out daily to enjoy the desert trails. - suzwoodard
Oct 2016 - $21.00
We stayed early in the season and getting a pullthrough site was no problem. A spacious park with wide paved streets, easy checkin and then guided to our site. We would stay again. - run2