5 Parks near Scottsdale, Arizona
Jan 2016 - $3.00
Very nice, very quite, regional park. Sites are level, although a bit on the short side. If you don't need a pull through site, I wouldn't recommend them...basically just a wide spot in the road. Plenty of space between sites with beautiful mountain views in every direction. With many miles of mixed use trails, this is a very popular park for mountain bikers. Great trail access from the campgrounds, but with the number of bikers, I wouldn't really call the trails dog friendly, and certainly not off leash (leash rules in affect). We found Stoneman Wash a great location to let dogs off leash to run (under voice control at all times of course). Trails are well marked, mostly rolling hills, and easy, so not a great hiking area if you like more challenging trails. First time here, and will be back. - Jerry and Betsy
Apr 2015 - $38.00
We're staying here now - a 4 night stay and it's a very nice desert RV Park. Lots of room between campsites. Very nice bathrooms and water and Electric service.
Mountain views all around and large old Segura Cacti in most of the campsites. We've got a pull-thru which is a wide spot in the road kind of pull-thru. Nicely curbed and a nice picnic table, grill and fire ring with neatly raked gravel. The campsite is paved, not level, but just fine.
Lots to do here, but you are far from everything. It seems every place we've gone has been 29 miles away according to the GPS. The closest town Fountain HIlls is very southwestern and nice. But no Laundromat nearby. The closest we found was... you guessed it, 29 miles away.
We like it here very much and would return if we were in the area. We're here in April but I'm guessing May to Oct is VERY hot. Though in April it's 80 during the day and 55 each night - cooling off around 5 pm. - Creativepart
Feb 2015 - $30.00
We really enjoyed our stay at McDowell Mountain. Most of the sites are quite spacious, the restrooms and showers are top notch, and there are many miles of walking/hiking trails which we explored with our dogs (the park was very dog friendly). The views consist of mountains and desert as far as you can see in every direction (at the top of each hour you can see the famous Fountain Hills fountain to the south). The area was very quiet except for an occasional airplane overhead and the evening and morning coyote howls. During our stay we saw plenty of rabbits, jackrabbits, and some roadrunners, and one coyote. The campground has two loops, with the south loop having more spacious sites. We were in the north loop which we thought was perfectly nice too. ).The campground accepts UPS and FedEx packages for campers (pick up at the visitor center), but not US Mail. We are definitely looking forward to staying here again! - LifeRebooted
May 2012 - $42.00
I would not recommend this resort during the summer months, as the pool was like bath water with debris falling from the palm trees into the pool. The site size is very very tight. No grass anywhere to dogs to walk on. People are unfriendly. Said "Good morning" to everyone we passed on the streets, no one person acknowledged. Especially, I said "Hello" to a lady riding a bike, she did not respond. However, as we were walking our two dogs towards the lake area, she yelled out that we are not permitted to walk dogs in this area, only on the perimeter of the property. The perimeter was asphalt and concrete. The website is very deceiving. It is in a very bad looking neighborhood. - The Sconyers and their boys
Jun 2011 - $42.00
55+ park, but allows 38+. One of the best parks we have ever parked our 40' coach. We are insurance property adjusters and stay at many parks across the nation. Roadrunner has a 1st class staff and park. Always friendly and accommodating. The park is sparkling clean and friendly residents. We were sad to leave, and know we will stay there again when back in the area. Kim and Kathy are so friendly and helpful. We call Roadrunner 'Pleasantville'. Must visit and treat yourself to an awesome time. Great location to many activities, but quiet and away from traffic. Security guard on duty. Thank you Roadrunner - you are top of our list of great places to park! - Nancy DJ
7010 E Continental Dr, Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale, Arizona 85257 (map) | (480) 945-7491
Sites: 131 | Latest Rate: $25.00 | 2 Reviews
Jan 2016 - $25.00
The park is in transition from being a mobil home park to an rv park. It isn't pretty but the location is great to enjoy Scottsdale. Old laundry room is not inviting but the monthly rate is fair and for a city park the spaces are roomy with all the old concrete from the old mobil homes that have been removed. - suz111
Sep 2010 - $26.00
The park is located within the city. The sites are on a paved parking lot, but are level. Most of the sites are for "park models". The staff are friendly and helpful. This is a good spot if you are visiting friends in the center of Scottsdale or Phoenix. Sites are back in only. We would probably stay here again. - James and Nick
May 2014 - $35.00
Stayed here in early May 2014. Great, friendly host. Grass, trees, and shade. Park is in a great location and in walking distance to Old Town Scottsdale. - SB Jim
Apr 2013 - $45.00
This park is all about location--an easy walk to old town and eating. The park is very compact which makes it difficult to back into your site--no pull throughs. The managers will help you, and you will get it done. Once you are in, the spacing and parking are decent. Because of this I would not recommend this park for a short stay unless you are very small and maneuverable. Good water, power and fast Wi-Fi. Some grass, flowers, and trees. I like the park a lot. No credit cards accepted. - rjallred
Mar 2011 - $37.00
We have stayed here for Spring Training baseball every March since 2003. This is a friendly, small, quiet, convenient park. The management is helpful and there are almost always plenty of free grapefruits available in a bucket by the office. Occasionally there are also lemons available. It is a very short walk to Scottsdale's Old Town, art galleries, restaurants, library, parks, and the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants. Recommend this park highly to anyone wishing a stay near these amenities. - alaskaguy
Dec 2015 - $25.00
This is not an rv park but a city owned facility which has rv sites spread around the property. It is primarily used for equestrian events but also hosts a famous car auction and dog shows. The sites have very good water and electric and there is a dump station. We noticed a pump truck making the rounds as well.
We were in section Q and we would definitely ask for a different section if we returned. These sites are back-ins and so tightly spaced that if we had a neighbor our slides would have been at risk. The sites were probably intended for horse trailers with living quarters and no slides.
There were a few other rv's sprinkled around the property but we were mostly alone. We never felt unsafe and our only concern at leaving our rig was getting a neighbor who could not back in a straight a line or misjudged his slide depth. As far as we could tell, this was only an issue in Section Q.
We would definitely camp here again and it was a perfect base for visiting family as well as the area. Ask for directions when making reservations, it is easy but could be confusing if you are using your GPS. - PBuds
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This is a great place if you need to attend an event or visit Scottsdale. It is literally a parking lot with hookups. There were only two other campers when we stayed there and it was somewhat creepy after dark. The person on the phone was extremely helpful and gave me great directions on how to find the RV check in. She left me a detailed map to my site. Great location for visiting relatives in Scottsdale. My one issue is that we were parked right along the grass and the sprinklers would come on at night and hit the RV. Kind of annoying as it's quite loud. Can't complain too much for $25 in town. - jordanmr
Feb 2015 - $25.00
Our stay at Westworld was very enjoyable. Our 45' motorhome fit very nicely in the Polo Field area. Our dog loved having the huge polo field of green grass right behind us. This area is away from the events and very quiet. Access is easy. Good 50 amps and water. No sewer but there is a dump station on other side of the complex. A quiet oasis in the middle of busy Scottsdale. Check-in is located in the back of the complex. Best option is to park as soon as you turn into Westworld from Pima Rd. There is a big parking lot on the right. Disconnect and drive your towed vehicle down to the RV Operations Center to check in. If you are located in the Polo Field area you will not have to turn your motorhome around and come back. - Freedom Bus