4 Parks near Saint Johns, Arizona
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This is a very pleasant, clean park with nice views. Could use more shade in hot weather, but at 6000 feet, it was fine in July. - W Davidson
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Lyman Lake State Park is in transition with some new amenities. Limited staff. Great petroglyph hiking trail. Quiet in early April, mid week. May have a boating crowd later. $20 basic site no hookups. Cabins available. Construction on going. Windy. Lot spacing is spacious with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is a concrete pad. - Pepe La Maison
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Nice park and very quiet. Large sites with covered picnic tables and fire rings and grills. The park is a bit aged, but overall pleasant. No cell service (Verizon) and no OTA TV. There are pull-throughs, back-in and tent-only sites. Electric at site. You will probably have to level your RV some as the sites have some dips in there. - chinookgeo
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Found this park by accident; fuel pump overheated. Park manager was a delight. Park just reopened. Very clean and very quiet. Little off beaten path, on my way to Silver City, NM via 180. Excellent electric and water pressure. - Ken wittick
Jul 2015 - $20.00
We enjoyed our stay at Moon Meadows in St. John's AZ. Now there isnt much in St. John's, but its a good place to stop for the night. It is a very quite location with mature trees and huge sites. Plenty of space. Campsites are nice and level. The camp host was very nice and let us borrow a 30 amp extension cord. We would stay there again. Recommended. - Indiansprings
May 2013 - $20.00
Don't be deterred by the relatively low rating; it is largely because parts of this campground are a work in progress. This is an excellent overnight stop in an area of Arizona that has few options. The sites are large and easy to get in to. The owner, who also operates a 100,000 acre ranch nearby, is very friendly. There are a fair number of long-term residents, but their sites are much more picked-up than typical. According to the owner, the place can really be full of construction workers when there is maintenance in progress at either of the nearby power plants, so check availability before you show up. Also, there are no signs that I saw along the main highway directing you to the park, so map the location out before you arrive. This is a real bargain at $20 for full hookups including 50 amp electric. We would definitely stay here again. - gator44
Nov 2011 - $16.00
Nice older park. Has large sites with plenty of room between sites. Ours was fairly level. The new owners are planning upgrades like restrooms and showers, which the park does not currently offer. Very friendly new owners, and we would stay at Moon Meadows again. - living large
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This Good Sam park is a combination of park model homes, trailers and 5th wheels with insulation around the underside, older and smaller trailers, and other assorted living quarters. That being said, we got in with our reservation, grounds are mostly gravel with trees, wifi is be best we have seen anywhere, power is good. I would use it as an overnight only and would plan to miss it in the future. - Tim and Susan
Nov 2015 - $20.00
10 miles north we lost a wheel. Called and was told if we could get there, a spot would be saved for us. Owner got us in touch with mechanics and took me to see them in his car.
Everyone was helpful and friendly. Were invited to the park Halloween party. Owner gave us the month rate although we stayed less. If you have to have troubles, this is the place. - bilmo
Oct 2015 - $28.00
Picked this park as it was the first RV park we saw coming into Springerville from the North. Friendly welcome. Good Sam discount.
Easy pull-up site with full hookups. Trees blocked Direct TV. I hooked up to park cable, but only got snow. Could have been my cable. No big deal. Mostly permanents here. They come from work at dark and leave early. Clean, quiet.
As a stopover it was fine. For more than a night? Probably not unless you plan on living there. - Brujomar