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Review Count: 167
States Visited: 31
Helpful Reviews: 7
Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $52.00
This is a beautiful park with Oak Creek running on the edge and large trees providing beautiful shade. When entering I wondered how easy it would be to navigate but it was simple. The area where we had to back in to our site was extremely wide and easy to navigate. The staff keeps the park meticulous even raking the gravel on the sites when someone leaves. The main roads are paved and sites are large gravel (no dust) with a concrete side pad that has a picnic table on it. The sites are quite wide, so that was nice, as so many parks just cram you in. A good size grass off leash fenced dog play area is available. The park is very close to town yet quiet. Verizon cell and air card worked well. The only thing that bothered me was charging $2 a day for our dog. It's a person pet peeve. Also, when I called, I was given a list of rules. I thought it was a little over the top, but if that's how they want to manage their place, that's up to them. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. It was extremely peaceful. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 9
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $50.00
This is my favorite RV Park. We have stayed here many times before. Spaces are great, they have cable in case the SAT does not work due to the big trees. The staff is one of the best of any park I have stayed at, from reservations, to site clean up, washer and dryers, etc.
To give you an example, once an RV checks out, within 15 minutes a person comes to the site, checks the whole site for garbage, cuts the bushes and rakes the gravel, so the site is level, awesome.
Great views of the mountains, a large stream runs through the back of the resort, the downtown is 5 min away, we have seen javalina's walk through the park at night, owls fly by.
Can you tell I lobve this place ! We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 47
States Visited: 17
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: June, 2016 - $58.00
This park is very clean. All sites are shaded by tall trees that present on problem with big rigs. However, the first turn you have to make after leaving the office is very tight and I recommend you disconnect your towed vehicle before proceeding. This park is very close to the town and even has some scenic views itself. On arrival you are handed an extensive list of what you can't do but don't be put off because they are just good practices for everyone's enjoyment of the park. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Pink Jeep tour and dinner at the Silver Saddle.
Review Count: 12
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 4
Date of Stay: June, 2016 - $68.00
This is probably one of the most meticulously clean parks we have ever stayed at. Within 5 minutes of a rig pulling out, the crew is there hosing, raking and thoroughly cleaning the site. We backed in along the creekside with plenty of shade and grass, yet satellite reception was excellent. Roads are paved with level gravel sites. A little pricey, but you are within walking distance to galleries, shops and restaurants. Downtown can also be walked, but it's a little further. This is the only RV park in Sedona, thus the cost, but well worth it. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Although a little commercial, the Pink Jeep Tours are worth it. Get to see the beautiful scenery up close. Shoppers will love downtown Sedon. A short 30 minute drive is Jerome, AZ, a old mining ghost town taken over by hippies in the 60s now with lots of shops and interesting restaurants. The best of these is Haunted Hamburger, a don't miss experience.
Review Count: 10
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: June, 2016 - $73.00
We made same-day reservations and were lucky to get in, as all spaces were booked except for two. Our space was an "executive" space at the back of the park, nearest to the creek that runs along the rear boundary of the park. This space was great, as it was well shaded by large trees and had a large grass area to the rear of our motorhome. It was also close to the creek access point. The creek is an easy walk, just over a berm that separates it from the grass area. This keeps it quiet from the screaming/laughing kids in the creek. It was a great way to cool off, as the temps during our stay were just above 100°! They even have a rope swing set up, which was very popular with kids. The only reason I didn't give this park a 10 overall was that it didn't have a pool or spa. If it had those, they would've been the icing on the cake!
You can tell the park is very well managed. They are clear about their rules in advance and there were no problems during our stay. The staff was friendly and professional. They let you check out DVD's, games, and books at no charge. They sell bags of ice, which is convenient. The whole place was immaculately clean. I watched the clean up process of the site next to ours when that customer left. They raked/smoothed the gravel, blew off fallen leaves/debris, and rearranged patio chairs for the next guest. They have a community fire pit. They also had a volleyball court set up on a large lawn area. No one used these during our stay, though, because of the heat. If/when we return to the Sedona area, we will definitely stay there again! We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
The park is a short drive to town (too hot to walk!) It was about a 20 minute drive to Slide Rock State Park. Be warned: Slide Rock State Park fills up, so get there early. Also, they don't allow pets in or near the swimming/sliding area.
Review Count: 13
States Visited: 11
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $61.00
Loved this park! Our space backed up to the grass area bordered by huge trees and a path that leads to the creek. They are strict with their rules, but grounds are very clean with no dog messes anywhere and it is quiet at night - no rowdies - as a result. There are restaurants, etc within walking distance too and close to downtown Sedona. They do book up well in advance for certain times of the year so you do have to plan ahead to stay there, but well worth the planning. We stayed only three nights and do plan on coming back.
Spaces are gravel with cement patios. Our space included a picnic table w/benches and two chairs.
As soon as a unit pulls out the grounds keeper is there to rake and clean the space for the next RV to pull in.
Again, we loved the park and area and will come back. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 22
States Visited: 10
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $68.00
The park is well maintained and the rules are well stated and enforced. The blue herons have nests in the trees right now so it's noisy. But they are beautiful and it's a sight to see. We stayed in number 59 and 84. 59 is right under the nests, 84 is not. 59 has Wi-Fi, 84 hardly does. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Rent a car and do the vortexes and many parks. So much to see. I got a head neck massage at New Day Spa by Celine. She was great. works wonders after driving for so many weeks.
Review Count: 6
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $58.00
As mentioned by those before us, a wonderful park. An oasis of quiet, shade and serenity. We were fortunate enough to get a fairly "last minute" reservation, due to someone else's cancellation, and when we got here, we realized how lucky we were.
Our site was one of the "executive sites" right by the creek, which had a nice patio area, a picnic table, two chairs and a large grassy area right on the creek. At night, we were lulled to sleep by the sounds of the creek. By day, we loved relaxing in our chairs on the grass, shady by the huge, mature trees.
As mentioned, it's more expensive than many places we've stayed, but hey!, you're in Sedona; that's to be expected. Wifi was very available and quick, a nice exception to most RV parks. A wonderful experience. If in the area, we DEFINITELY will return. We'd just better make our plans WELL in advance. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Plan months in advance if you are interested in this park
Review Count: 19
States Visited: 9
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $42.00
Sites were close but not cramped, and generally level. Restrooms and laundry were nice. Hiking trails were accessible from the park, and it was possible to walk into Sedona if you wanted to avoid the traffic. Unfortunately, a lodge across the creek from the park played loud music; sometimes all day, sometimes late into the night. It was hard to relax when the music was cranked up.
We stayed here 3 nights in a motorhome. We would look for a quieter park next time. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 52
States Visited: 18
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: May, 2016 - $48.00
Yes, this park is somewhat expensive, but look where you are! Everything in Sedona is expensive, and you get what you pay for. The sites are very level, although a little bit small; however, we had no problem putting out the awnings and slide-outs. There are a lot of rules, but mostly very logical. Personally, we love rules about pets, kids and quiet hours. If you are traveling to Sedona from the North, be sure to pull up the park's website and get their directions from Flagstaff. A GPS will probably bring you down a steep winding road that is best avoided. We would absolutely stay here again. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
You could spend days hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulties, and you absolutely should do that, but take the time to drive out of town to Montezuma Castle, an old cliff dwelling. It takes about 45 minutes each way, but it is well worth the time. There are tons of "sprouts and bran" restaurants in Sedona, but if you want real food, try the "Barking Frog." The food, service and margaritas are excellent.
Review Count: 9
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $45.00
Good RV park, lots of rules but that didn't bother us. All pet friendly. No complaints. We had been staying at some upper end rv parks so at first we were disappointed with this one especially at this price. HOWEVER, once we adjusted our expectations we found that it was a very nice park. Very clean and quiet and ideal location for visiting Sedona. My only tip for you is we received a recommendation by the office staff for the Hummer Tour but don't do that. It was a big disappointment, do the pink jeep tour but you have to call ahead to get in their tours. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 17
States Visited: 8
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $57.00
Holy cow, this place is fantastic. While you pay quite a bit for it, it is worth the price. Manicured camp sites decently spaced apart under a canopy of Sycamores and Cottonwoods backed to Oak Creek. This place was not only beautiful, it is strategically located to the major Sedona attractions. AT&T phone and data worked well here. The camp site wifi was slow as the camp ground was filled continuously. All the hookups, to include cable TV worked perfectly. Restrooms and showers were spotless and fresh smelling. They do have some rigid operating rules regarding sewer line connections. You must have the elbow at the end of your sewage connection to their sewer connection, and if you leave your sewer line connected, it must be off the ground. Curfew was from 10 PM to 7 AM with lights out on the outside of rigs. This makes for a quiet place to stay. We loved this place and will definitely return. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Downtown Sedona is literally straight up the hill behind the RV Park. There are shops and restaurants for every need and taste. We highly recommend going south from Sedona to hike around Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte. The Church of the Holy Cross is not far away and can be accessed going or coming from Bell Rock. Hiking trails are everywhere and most are very easy trails to hike.
Review Count: 110
States Visited: 29
Helpful Reviews: 58
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $58.00
We stayed here for a week to be close to the various hiking trails in Sedona. When we made our reservation a couple months in advance they were out of regular sites that would fit us, so we had to pay extra for a "larger" site. Our site #55 turned out to be very nice with plenty of space, but some of the smaller/cheaper sites looked to be pretty close together and less attractive. The park does have dozens of rules to follow, but we never had any issues with the rules. This was one of the cleanest and best-maintained parks we've been to. After some rain and wind the staff was immediately out raking leaves and picking up branches. We took our dog down to the creek several times and although it was too shallow for him to swim, he enjoyed getting wet. The fenced dog park is very small so we didn't use it much, but we found a Sedona town dog park a few miles away that was nice. AT&T and Verizon both worked well, and even the campground WiFi was fast and always available, a pleasant surprise! We'd definitely return in the future... we just wish it wasn't so expensive. Our rate was $58/night with Good Sam but after the $2 dog fee and tax it came to $68/night which is one of the highest rates we've ever paid. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 73
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 18
Date of Stay: March, 2016 - $44.00
We loved staying here and are coming back - this is a well-maintained, quiet park conveniently located in downtown Sedona. Rates vary; river spots are a premium but worth it. Level sites with grassy strips in between looked nice, so did the landscaping; the maintenance guys were constantly working to beautify the property. Clean bathrooms & laundry facility. Verizon worked well. Our only complaint is that negative signs are posted everywhere - NO THIS and NO THAT; it felt like military school. But other than that.... We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 72
States Visited: 29
Helpful Reviews: 19
Date of Stay: March, 2016 - $47.00
A very expensive campground on the edge of Sedona with little to offer except location. You are within walking/biking of Sedona but you have to go uphill to get there. The campground sits below the main street next to Oak Creek.
The staff is attentive and helpful. A nice touch is they actually check each site after checkout where they clean the table and rake the site.
WiFi was typical of a campground, slow during peak hours. Cable TV offers 99 digital stations put drops off constantly. They say it's not their problem but my neighbor had the same issue. Some sites a bit tricky to get into and the trees show the scars. I would stay somewhere else if I ever return. We camped at Rancho Sedona RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Your only reasonable choice for seeing Sedona unless you want a commute to town.BMonk • February 2015
Sedona is amazing. Make sure you take a Jeep Tour right away. They are expensive but you learn everything you need to know for the rest of your visit.Lynda d • May 2015
The beauty of Sedona and all the shopping you want is right outside the campground. We really enjoyed the fish and chips at the Oak Creek Brewery.ArizonaHappyCamper • June 2015
Interesting shops within walking distance.Dr Karen • December 2015
Close to downtown Sedona. Exceptionally clean everything!LTR • February 2016
Lots to do in Sedona- particularly the abundance of hiking.Tiptop1 • February 2016
Over 204 hiking trails to the red rocks varying from easy to strenuous. Parking is $5 a day in US forest service lots and allows parking in any of their lots. Weekly is also available. Lots and lots of art and jewelry shops nearby.NanciRV • April 2016
Downtown Sedona is literally straight up the hill behind the RV Park. There are shops and restaurants for every need and taste. We highly recommend going south from Sedona to hike around Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte. The Church of the Holy Cross is not far away and can be accessed going or coming from Bell Rock. Hiking trails are everywhere and most are very easy trails to hike.Sigohigo • April 2016
Rent a car and do the vortexes and many parks. So much to see. I got a head neck massage at New Day Spa by Celine. She was great. works wonders after driving for so many weeks.beach89bum • May 2016
Plan months in advance if you are interested in this parkTee Gysin • May 2016
Pink Jeep tour and dinner at the Silver Saddle.Rd yacht • June 2016
Although a little commercial, the Pink Jeep Tours are worth it. Get to see the beautiful scenery up close. Shoppers will love downtown Sedon. A short 30 minute drive is Jerome, AZ, a old mining ghost town taken over by hippies in the 60s now with lots of shops and interesting restaurants. The best of these is Haunted Hamburger, a don't miss experience.2sunkid • June 2016
You could spend days hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulties, and you absolutely should do that, but take the time to drive out of town to Montezuma Castle, an old cliff dwelling. It takes about 45 minutes each way, but it is well worth the time. There are tons of "sprouts and bran" restaurants in Sedona, but if you want real food, try the "Barking Frog." The food, service and margaritas are excellent.PatriotParents • June 2016
The park is a short drive to town (too hot to walk!) It was about a 20 minute drive to Slide Rock State Park. Be warned: Slide Rock State Park fills up, so get there early. Also, they don't allow pets in or near the swimming/sliding area.ADMD • June 2016
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