5 RV Parks near Seligman, Arizona
May 2015 - $25.00
Stayed here a couple nights to explore the town and Route 66. The park is in back of the general store and the bathrooms are shared by customers. The showers were locked and you had to get a key to use them. They could use updating but were functional and clean. The sites are gravel with raised areas for the hookups. Some sites had shade trees. Railroad tracks were nearby, but didn't bother me. - sloopygirl
Oct 2016 - $37.00
We have not been here for at least 10 years. When I showed the owner the park map I had, she said it was from before she owned the park. She is now trying to sell it. This is basically a gravel park with some trees. The sites are of average length and width so large, long rigs may be squeezed. About half the sites are FHU and half are W&E only. All are pull through. Maybe 1/3 of the RV sites were being used. I saw only a couple of obvious long term customers. There are about a dozen tent sites and 3 cabins. The park does not have cable TV or easily obtainable antenna reception, but most sites are satellite friendly. The WIFI worked well for us except for an hour or 2 between 8 P.M. and 10 P.M. It would appear that a couple customers jump on the system about then and hog the bandwidth during those hours. The laundry (I think it was 5 washers and 4 dryers) and bathrooms are in the main building. As usual, the bathroom facilities are not quite enough for a park with over 40 sites without sewer. Like most KOAs, there is a pool (closed for the season) and other recreational amenities (playground, horseshoes, volleyball, etc.). I saw no recycling. The owner and staff I spoke with were friendly and helpful. - Jerry S
Apr 2016 - $38.00
This is a OK older KOA campground that is showing it's age. They have some long (60+ feet) pull thru sites that allow big rigs to stay hooked up. They have 50 Amp FHU available. The park is older but clean and tidy. ATT & Verizon work well. Plenty of clear sky for satellite set up but a few trees if you want. Restrooms are dated but clean. Some train noise but no whistles, no Hwy noise as 1 1/2 miles from I-40. Free WiFi worked OK for me. Internal roads are gravel and pads are gravel with some very poor grass.. Sites are well spaced. There is a small fenced dog run. Sites all have fire pits and tables. Certainly works for an overnight even if a bit pricey. Will stay again. - TedandJan
Mar 2016 - $38.00
A very run down KOA. Power outlets were something out of the 70s. Some had a 20 amp cord hanging out of them for a 20 amp hookup, and 50 amp plugs were broken and showed evidence of "sparking". Power to the park dropped out twice while we were there. Manager (owner?) let people run loud generators for hours! Showers had mud caked on them that had been there for quite awhile, cobwebs hanging from the frames! Dog run has a makeshift latch (you don't need to use it, saw multiple dogs running loose right in front of manager, so don't sweat the rules, apparently). We saw one couple attacked by one of the worker's dogs while walking! Won't stay here again (cleaner and safer boon docking in the desert!). Lot less noise. Avoid this park. Check out the one in town. - Fulltimer5
May 2013 - $30.00
Dirt sites. Very dusty. Not level. No amenities. Next to freeway - noisy. Park fee $12. Water and electric $25. Full hook $30. WAY over priced. Basically a dirt lot with hook-ups. Don't recommend unless you're very desperate. Station staff friendly and helpful - Retired CSI Guy
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Basic, overnight stay site. It is noisy due to location above I40. Nice people, but not much to it. - dirtprincess
Mar 2010 - $25.00
What a great Park!! From my understanding its under new management!! I will stay here again and again. I went to the campground below and its just way disgusting. - ashforksux
Nov 2016 - $40.00
I was having engine problems and had to stay somewhere for the night. The office was not open so I pulled into an open spot and planned to check in the morning. At 6am someone was banging on my door threatening to call the police because I was not registered. It was a nightmare. The sites are not level, the park is dirty and the staff unfriendly. I do not recommend this park. Keep rolling and avoid at all costs. - RV4me16
Oct 2016 - $23.00
Our truck broke down 2 miles from Ash Fork. Good Sam ERS selected this CG for us.
This is a very old, former KOA. Been through a couple of owners since then. As others have stated, the current owner has been putting a lot of money into bringing this place back to its former glory.
We found the Managers to be very accommodating and very knowledgeable of the area. This came in handy as we had 9 days to do sightseeing.
For the value - I'd stay here again.
Rate listed was approximate GS daily rate - I paid for a week, then added 2 more nights. - jbeletti
May 2016 - $25.00
I had read the last review which was a pretty good and decided to give it a try. We stayed a week. It is very easy to see how much work the new owners are putting into the park and they are very nice and so helpful! Excited about owning the park they have wonderful plans to upgrade, restore and add new features to the park. I would defiantly come back...I'll want to see what they've done and I am very sure my rating of "8" will go up! So, give it a chance. The prices are very reasonable and it is close to "The Canyon" and other fun vacation venues in the area. - Nancy T
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This campground was great! There were probably 3-4 people in RVs while we were staying there, and maybe a handful of tent campers as well. So, we really enjoyed the openness and sparsely populated campground, with no one near us for at least 300 yards. The bathrooms are individual little rooms with large, clean showers, a toilet, and a sink. That's a really cool feature, instead of the usual "dorm-style," crowded, share-everything (sounds, smells, etc.) typical campground bathrooms! No sewer dump at individual sites, but there's an RV dump station near the front of the compound.
While this campground lacks certain amenities, that's what we liked the most about it: No Wi-Fi or cell phone service in this area, no TV stations came in on our antenna. It's truly an "Off the Beaten Path" kind of place. Yet, you still had free use of swimming pool, continental breakfast included, the marvelous Cave Tours, and more. - Phoenix Rover
Apr 2016 - $40.00
We arrived late April for a stay of one night in our RV. It was cold and windy. Staff was very friendly and we could choose our own spot. Is was not busy at all, and we found a nice level spot with pull-through. I used the shower/restroom, which was very spacious and clean, nice hot shower.
The restaurant at the Caverns entry serves a limited menu, mostly burgers, but it was the best burger I had in months!
Next morning we were pleasantly surprised by the complimentary breakfast. Lots of items to choose from and very tasty. - Leo22
Jul 2015 - $38.00
A one night stay while passing through the area. The park is past it's prime and a bit expensive for what's offered. Gravel roads and site with some washed out. Water and electric only, no sewer. They do have a restaurant and gift shop as part of the Caverns complex. - John P