Basic Desert Park, very friendly staff, large sites, very quiet and relaxing. - Busdriver39
Not what we expected after reading all the great reviews. Very dusty, noisy at night, and the smell from the nearby dump and and cattle ranch was terrible and never went away. Electric was good but the water pressure was almost nothing and only got a trickle out of the sinks. Big rigs be careful coming through the entrance off the highway, slow down early because you have to come to almost a stop on the highway before entering the entrance gates are narrow and over a cattle grate. Last but not least we only stayed here for one night but got a knock on our door first thing in the morning to tell us we have to pay for electricity daily even though it was only a one night stay, that was a first. We will not be back. - dgjg
Very friendly park with large spaces. All gravel sites & roadways. I would have liked a slab on site but all-in-all it's great, remote, quiet, and very peaceful. I would definitely recommend it to anyone wanting a quiet get away. - leona mae
We stayed for a week and were very pleased with the park. There are several year round residents with clean well manicured lots. We were here out of season so there was no entertainment such as Bingo, card nights, dances, etc. but that was fine with us. There is a convenience store a few hundred yards from the camp, major shopping must be done in Quartzsite about 20 minutes away. We would not hesitate to come back. - Tincup
My experience differs from info on this site. WiFi costs "$1 per day, $4 per week, $10 per month"; my site had 30/20 amps but not 50. Restrooms and showers were very clean. Campsites about as level as I've ever found. I stopped here for a night and I would return. - RussOnTheRoad
As stated before, pull-throughs are tight for big rigs. All around tight spaces for big rigs, but doable. Nice spot to veg after a week on the desert at the Q. Price is with a Passport America discount, with tax, $16.25 night. - magic
Pull throughs are long and narrow. New owners seem to be cleaning and maintaining the park. Lack of over-the-air or cable TV is a negative. Court is small and friendly. Laundry room is clean, and the units work. The $105 per week including the adequate WiFi is a fair price for the facilities. Biggest plus is that you can ride your quad from the gate in any direction and immediately be on many challenging mountain trails (unmarked) with grand views and many mines to look at. Only a small amount of noise from the highway and the trains. I would stay here again; it was fun. - Bugutz
This quiet, dust free, away from the highway, RV Resort no longer has a viable green 18-hole golf course. The course was abandon three years ago. The exercise room is gone, as well. I wasn't set on playing golf, and it was an enjoyable place to stay for a week. The paved access roads are plenty wide, and the back-in top-notch gravel sites are spacious. Some are adjacent to a 9-Hole short course green zone. A few park models are mixed-in with the level sites. Tengo Wi-Fi is offered for a fee. Verizon 3G works great since there is a tower across the main road. The place was less than half full for February. Perhaps the odd trash rules, guest are required to uncover the pool if they want to swim (not an easy task), the pet policy, and lack of upkeep is driving snow birders elsewhere. Just the same I enjoyed the extra space during my stay. Plenty of adjacent trails to trail bike and hike. I am not sure if I will return. - James Barr
Nice, quiet park, away from road noise, but 3 pages of rules and regs. Really? It does have great views of the surrounding mountains and golf course, but only a limited area to walk dogs in the park. (There are sand sidewalks outside the park.) If you've been holding your recyclables on your trip, this is the place to go: they recycle just about everything. - OTR again
A nice quiet park but no person is in the office most of the time. They don't tell you where the trash is to be put. We would stay there again. - langworthy
Stayed using Coast to Coast membership. Campground was very easy to find. There are regular meals that are provided by the campground; however, we were not given a list of these meals when we checked in, so we were not able to enjoy any of these. (We happened to see the notices on a bulletin board near the Laundry room.)
This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, there is room to manage big rigs. Sites are average. There was enough room in the site for the truck, RV and jeep, but there was not an additional inch to spare.
This campground is entirely gravel--gravel roads and gravel sites. Sites are all very level. 30 amps service, but the power was not stable. We had power interrupts several times (luckily we use a surge protector).
Nice pool and hot tub area. Pool is heated. There is a nice clubhouse and a small game room. We loved the fruit trees; and they set out totes of ripe grapefruit and oranges for people to take and enjoy. Very nice laundry room. Laundry was one of the least expensive we have seen in a couple years.
Lots of Jeep and ATV roads and mountain biking trails that can be accessed directly from campground.
Good Verizon coverage. Easy to get DirecTV satellite.
We would stay here again to enjoy the 4-wheeling and pool area. - GLPColorado
We choose this Park because it was the right price and it's proximity to Quartzsite(about 30 miles). Level gravel site, good 30 amp power, water pressure OK, not great. No problem with Sat reception, No OTA channels, Verizon good and free WiFi at site. We enjoyed our stay here although we had a issue with the Resort Fee of 4.00 a night. Not a big deal but No One at Thousand Trail's, or this Park which is a KOA, will address. We still liked the Park, its quiet, never had a problem with loud ATV's leaving and Great star gazing! A train does go past the camp ground a few times each night but it wasn't a problem..it's across the highway. - acampingfan
This park is a KOA, Encore, and Thousand Trails. As others have mentioned, the sites are large, gravel, and level. There is lots of room for your ATV, ORV, or tow, or both. Office staff are very friendly and helpful. Many nice people in the park who come for a month or more to ride the many trails in the area. Nice book exchange in the game room. We would stay here again. - DiplomatTraveler
Rate includes tax, and no charge for our 2 dogs. Free Wi-Fi, no cable TV. They take checks or cash, no credit cards. Excellent park, we've stayed here about 3 or 4 times on our way to and from home in Prescott. Large wide spaces, clean. Ask for site #12, which has a covered gazebo over the table for some shade. Laundry, baths very clean, management very nice. Park is right off 60 but very little traffic noise at night as it is not a busy highway. It's located about 6 miles from Salome, blink & you are by it! Easy in and out, nice friendly seasonals (snowbirds). Only suggestion would be to put up a fenced area for dogs, plenty of room to do this. Think it would be nice for seasonals to have this. - loves to camp w/dogs
This is our first year as "snow birds." We carefully researched all the parks in the area for location, price, amenities and so on. We chose this park site unseen and were a little apprehensive about it, but are so happy that we did. We've been here for over a month now and have had the greatest time. The people are great. There are many activities. The park is kept meticulous with large sites and as far as we can see it's the best in the area. There is also an 18 hole golf course and the best ATV'ing you can find with over 300 acres, and then surrounded by BLM land. We had a ton of fun exploring. We've been checking on other parks but have yet to find another that surpasses Ramblin Roads. So our plan is to come back next year but to stay longer. - cabmac
Very nice park. Friendly staff, very clean and well run. Wi-Fi very poor and frustrating. Off more than on. We stayed here for a month. I would stay here again for a day or two. I would not stay here again long term until I was assured their Wi-Fi worked most of the time. - fergab