5 Parks near Show Low, Arizona
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Beautiful state park with paved roads and sites. Site was very clean and nice and wide. A little tricky backing in as road is one lane wide but go slow and it works. Only issue for this stay was extremely high temps for the area (high 90's) and their electric service couldn't keep up so AC wouldn't stay running. They allowed generators due to this but we didn't have one. Had to leave early as we didn't want to leave dog in hot trailer when we weren't there. Very nice when we cancelled rest of stay and we got a full refund. - dogshak
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Our trip to Fool Hollow was our shakedown trip after recently buying a used motorhome--wanted to learn all the ins/outs of the rig and possible problems before we headed too far from home. Fool Hollow was certainly a pleasant surprise! Forget the shakedown, we'll be coming back here again and again! Loved that within a few hours drive we can get out of the Phoenix heat to such a lovely recreation area. This park was exceptionally clean and well maintained. Sites are spacious and far enough apart that you have a sense of privacy. The trails are great and have benches along the way to just sit, relax and enjoy the scenery. The small lake was well-used by those fishing, boating, etc. Camp hosts are available to provide firewood and such. - retditto
Jun 2015 - $30.00
We loved this place! We stayed in Cinnamon Teal Site 18 (Cinnamon Teal 19 is probably the best in the park if you can get it) We were greeted by a very friendly Ranger, our site was clean and level and had a great view of the lake. There was a nice woods line between our site and the one on one side. The only thing we didn't care for was the "sharing" of the sites. A lot of sites, ours included, had "piggybacked" which places their vehicle directly next to your trailer and then you kind of share the rest of the site space. It was still very nice though. The campground had nice clean private showers, a nice walking path and plenty of space to walk the dogs. I would definitely recommend it to others and would stay there again! - ArizonaHappyCamper
Jun 2014 - $32.00
Juniper Ridge is located in the white mountains about 10 miles from Show Low. Sitting at 6100 ft, it is a cool place to be in the summer. The majority of the sites are park models. The site we stayed in has a small cement patio with the remainder covered in red lava rock. Hook ups are 30/50 amp. Our AT&T service did not work here and Wi-Fi cost is $5.95/day or $15.95/wk. There are many activities and amenities for those staying in the park. Beautiful green grass park like settings and water features are scattered throughout the resort. The only negative regarding our stay here has been the wind, but we understand that won't last much longer. We would stay here again. - Gypsy Life
Jun 2013 - $18.00
I mostly agree with previous reviews but because of the negative aspects, I can only give it a 6 and that is a stretch. The resort is too far from town. The short term (three months or less) RV sites have a small cement patio, although some don't even have that. You park on volcanic cinders which is not great. The wind blows all the time so it is impossible to leave your patio awning out. There is absolutely no shade so running the a.c. is a must during the day as it does get quite warm (90-95) and the sun is very intense. None of the activity buildings are air conditioned. Everyone is generally friendly although the first question asked is "are you an owner or a renter"? Nuff said. - janchuckscw
Jun 2012 - $17.00
Daily rate is based on monthly RV lot of $500 when staying 3 or more months. This is a very nice resort, composed mostly of park models; however, there are sections for RVs and some RVs are interspersed with the park models which seems to work fine. The park is maintained very well and is very pet friendly. The park is long and narrow with a lot of grassy areas and small ponds. The RV lots are spacious. All of the park rental lots have a concrete patio, but the drive for the RV and personal vehicle are red lava rock. Some sites have more rock than others. It is crunchy and a bit hard to walk in if you have a site with thick rock. Many owners rent their RV lots at competitive prices. We would not want a lot that didn't have some concrete on it. The activities are unlimited and the owners are very friendly and welcoming. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was because there is no trash pickup. You have to cart trash a good distance, which to me is a nuisance. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely return. - luvretirement
Aug 2015 - $39.00
We stayed an overnight. Low branches and tight turns but seemed very clean and nice - did not use the restrooms, etc. - AZSwede
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Nice friendly staff. Very clean and nice showers. Mostly occupied by long term residents but did have quite a few short term. Very quiet, it was full and was tight to get into our spot but our spot was very spacious, shady in the morning and late afternoon.
The "road" was pebbles which were unpleasant to walk or drive on, the value for what's there is really bad, it was worth $20 but not $40 (with tax).
I guess it's OK if you just stay for one night. - MikeMayNaama
May 2015 - $39.00
We had just an overnight and parked in one of three designated sites right by the office. Size was satisfactory for a large rig (ours 37 ft). Our site was very level and hookups worked well. The cable was the "plug in the back of your TV" type. We took a chance with our satellite (plenty of trees) and received a signal, so don't know how well the cable worked. There was no air TV in the park. Staff was very friendly. My only complaint was low branches when exiting the park. There was no way a big rig could avoid hitting branches. With the high price and branch issue, we would probably check out another RV Park. Correct these issues and we would definitely stay here again. - ctk3
May 2011 - $35.00
Managers friendly. After first week we were informed the rent would be increased $50 a month. Was $400 a month including electric. Basic cable was free and Wi-Fi was available at the clubhouse. Showers were inoperative during our one month stay. There is no laundry and the site was dusty and rocky. Needed a 50 to 30 amp adapter. Would not camp here again. Most sites used by 'permanent' residents. - azlvr
Jul 2015 - $38.00
This park has approx. 60% Park Models and 40% RV's. It is very clean and well maintained with a number of rules. It also has an active Park Model Sales and activities seem to be oriented toward the permanent residents.
We have a small Yorkie and we were parked in a no pet zone of the park.
This upset my wife and while we were sitting on the patio people walking
past made comments regarding a pet being in the no pet zone. The Park
Hosts were very friendly and told us to disregard these remarks.
The spaces were quite large and the Hosts helped guide the back in parking. The patio's are concrete but no picnic table is provided. My wife
became very ill on the 2nd day of our stay so we had to leave. - bamajo
Jul 2015 - $22.00
Price is for month stay. These people treat you right. We requested a concrete pad and we got it. The 50 amp receptacle was wonky and they replaced it immediately and it was the 4th Of July weekend! There are no issues with the gravel lots or the concrete drives. Everything is in tip top shape. Monthly rate does not include electric. Over 120 channels of digital cable but you have to use their cable box. Internet is $30 a month but is the fastest I ever saw in an RV park, clocking at 10 Mbps. Show Low is loaded with restaurants and an amazingly stocked RV store in Lakeside, AZ only 8 miles away. You will not be disappointed if you stay here. Back-in sites - but they are an easy back in. Camp host escorted us to our space. They have a free computer club room with more than 8 computers. Free. They also have many activities planned here. We will definitely be back. - Ahrmless
Jun 2014 - $27.00
We just showed up the week before the 4th of July weekend and had no problem getting a prime spot. It was on a concrete pad, the first time our rig had ever been on a perfectly level spot. Park has lowered it's age to +45 to be more receptive to younger RVers. The park personnel were very nice and helpful with our needs. Park has a fairly large dog park, and owners are considerate to smaller pups. Service dogs are welcome, of course, and had minimal grief from long timers about having a dog in the non-dog area of the park, which is extensive, but not too annoying. They have a great laundry room, with coin machine. Book and DVD/VHS check-out, cable hook-ups, bocce ball, game room, and many things to do during the week. A Circle-K and Dollar store within walking distance, but no other stores or dining places nearby if you don't have a toad. We have put this park in our "Visit again" folder and have been telling all of our friends how great it was. - Tony and Jen