11 Parks near Snowflake, Arizona
Jul 2015 - $37.00
Great Park! Staff is very friendly, escorted us to our site, and even helped guide us in. There are quite a few full timers in Park Models which are beginning to show some wear, but the owners are very friendly and quick to point out things to see and do. Would definitely stay again. - HR650
Feb 2014 - $30.00
This park is situated on a small hill, the sites are very narrow, and all are back in sites. The sites are rather short, so you are forced to unhook from your trailer to place your pulling/tow vehicle next to your unit even though there is very little room. The park is made up of mostly full timers, which means that all the spaces near the office/showers are taken. So only the spaces at the bottom of the hill are available for RVers who are just passing through. It makes for quite a hike up the hill to use the facilities. The managers who checked us in were very helpful and friendly, taking the time to show us around the well equipped lounge and the shower area. The showers consist of a couple of toilet stalls, a communal sink area and one shower room, which is a pay shower. For the $30 a night price, we found that to be a little ridiculous, not to mention the wait if the one shower is occupied. This is the only RV park in Snowflake, which is a nice little western town. We had planned to stay 3 nights, but left after the second night, even though we had paid in advance, to find something better on down the road. We did use our PA card, which made the price a little easier to accept. The golf course was down a weedy path along the highway next door. And though 'pet friendly' there was really nowhere to take the dog out, so we ended up walking them across the road in the weeds. Wish someone would open another park in the area. It's a nice area with lots to do and great summer weather, but this park doesn't exactly make one want to stick around! - Southwest Travelers
Feb 2014 - $16.00
We enjoyed staying at this RV park. The hosts were very friendly and accommodating. We only stayed 1 night, but would definitely stay there again. - Globetrotters
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
Oct 2016 - $15.00
Rate is monthly divided by 30 days.
This is the 2nd year at park last year we were here for 2 months this year 1 month. Park is rustic with BLM land near by for ATV. Site was level 50 amp FHU. Owners are great people and the regulars they get in here every year have became friends. Park feels like home. - User3655
Aug 2016 - $12.00
If you are looking for a smaller adult orientated park with lots of shade and newer utilities (50 amp, sewer, and water), that is located right next to National Forest: this is your lucky day.
This quiet park is privately owned by a nice and very helpful couple who will assist you in any way they can. The sites are spacious, contrary to what other unreasonable reviewers have written.
Seriously, this is rim country. If you are expecting a huge flat parking lot because you don't know how to drive your rig, don't blame it on the park. Go to Kansas. We have stayed here three times with a 33 ft 5th wheel with no problem maneuvering into and out of sites.
There is good spacing between most sites. The gravel roads in the park are well maintained. There are shower and laundry facilities.
Happy hour at 4pm nearly everyday (BYOB) where good folks, including the owners sit and relax and talk about another beautiful day in the high country. The prices here are reasonable. Stay for a night or several months, you won't be disappointed. - TD700
Jul 2016 - $12.00
Small campground located adjacent to the Sitgreaves National Forest. You can walk out of the campground into the National Forest.
Sites are small, but have lots of shade. Mostly seasonal residents, all we encountered were friendly and nice. Owners helped us squeeze our 40 ft. bumper pull into their biggest site- I do not think we would have fit in any of the others.
Started with a week stay, then were able to pay the difference for a month. Owners were friendly and helpful. - pclchicagox
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Loved everything about this park. Beautiful natural setting, trees, birds, lake, trails. Some sites have W/S/E, some 50A. Sites are roomy, paved pad and patio area with picnic table and fire ring. Sadly, we were only staying overnight, but could not have stayed longer because the park was booked up. We felt lucky to get a site without a reservation, even mid-week in October. I believe this is the first park I've rated a 10, but it really is my kind of park! What a pleasure after several days on the road and only so-so parks the whole trip. - Katy29
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Fool Hallow is great one of my favs. The sites are spread out so you can breath, and the dogs can relax. Site surface is asphalt and features a fire ring and picnic table. Lots of hiking. I love Arizona camping. - Lance camping
May 2016 - $35.00
We have been coming to Fool Hollow now for 11 years. The facilities are still excellent, but the electrical system is showing its age and suffering from the increased demands of new RVs. Voltages go as low as 100vac during high demand periods and it is necessary to transfer all multiple power systems to propane that can be. (I.E. - hot water and fridge.) Prices have risen again to $35 for a full hookup - 30Amp site and it is nearly essential to make reservations a FULL year in advance. Even before we ended this visit, our preferred site was already booked for our preferred dates for 2017. The campground now has a new manager that has caused significant confusion concerning policies and procedures. Campers as well as staff cringe at the thought of ANOTHER change without consultation or contemplation. Between these problems and the new prices local RV Resorts are becoming a more attractive. This is a shame as this is a very fine facility. We have made reservations for May-June 2017 but are keeping the option open for alternative opertunities. - OldSoldier
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Heavily wooded property with sites tightly tucked amongst the trees. Mostly long-term people with a few sites up front for dailies. - ldukeb
Mar 2016 - $39.00
Nice park. Has many long term residents but a few overnight spots in front. Staff was very friendly, facilities were very clean. Park is well kept. - PaleoTex
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
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Lovely park with wide spaces. Very clean. - tdwms
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Park is over priced.. They call themselves a resort.. But no pool.. No Pickelball courts.. Showers are old & small.. really needs an update..Lots of park models with rv spaces between.. Sites with concert pads are level...sites with only lave rock are pretty bad.. Nice dog run in the front park area.. Dogs cannot go past the first 3 rows in the park which is a shame since there is a nice outside area to sit & have a glass of wine.. Laundry room is nice except the change machine is out of order sign says to go to office for change but office is closed on weekends.. Overall I would give this park just ok rating.. - Yepwearedoingit
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
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Elks members or their guest only.. Small park sites are not very level. Has water, power & sewer.. No wifi or cable.. Lodge is walking distance from the rv park.. Lots of trees.. Park on gravel. No tables .. Fire rings not allowed in Show Low.. Dog friendly.. - Yepwearedoingit
Jun 2016 - $20.00
If you stay here, only pay one night at a time. Even when we had to evacuate due to a forest fire they would not refund our $140 for the remaining 7 days.
The sites are very unlevel and the only way to get level almost all of the sites require you to have your wheels off the ground. Lots of trees so satellite service made us have to hook up 40 ft of sewer hose.
After talking with a trustee he finally agreed to give me credit on my next stay rather than give a refund. Better than nothing, I guess. - yumsbpa
Sep 2016 - $15.00
Muddy, grassy, very old facilities, strange rules i.e. WiFi in clubhouse but only from 9am to 1pm & for 1 hour only. Camp managers are nice just don't have a facility that is good. Would not recommend to families, large groups, younger people. Stayed here looking for real estate in the area. Would never stay again. I - Pastor Jay
Jun 2012 - $30.00
Have stayed here several times. Great location between Heber and Showlow on Hwy 260 (mile post 317). Managers friendly and know the area. Large sites. Lots of birds and have seen Elk and Coyotes near the park. Hiking right out of the park. Sites and facitlities keep estra clean. Very Quite. I will stay here again. - EvaRVN
May 2011 - $1.00
This is a VERY basic RV Park. Only 30 AMP available, and that was between 102 and 112 volts. It is a long way from shopping: 30 miles to Safeway/35 to Wal-Mart. Lots of scenic areas within about 40 miles drive, and cool weather in the summer. Limited washer/dryer (2 each)and limited clubhouse. Price was right at $0 under Resorts of Distinction. We probably won't return. - Kent Savage
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is a new park that is primarily catering to seasonal residents. They sell cabin-like park models and lease the sites. The sites are narrow and heavily treed. There are no patios and space would be limited for slide-outs and/or awnings. The place has potential to be a nice park, but not as a stopover for a few days. The owner is very nice and helpful. - 520RV
Oct 2011 - $15.00
Nice campground that's similar to a forest service campground. 8 electric sites. Sites were not level but we had no problems leveling out. We were in site # 31 with electric. We were able to get our dome satellite in and we had a decent cell and air card signal. A fire ring with a grate and a pedestal BBQ along with a nice picnic table is provided. Campground is open year round taking reservations during their high season. We arrived mid Oct. and the sites were first come. Discounts are given with the Golden Age Pass that you can purchase at a Rangers Station. We paid $15.00 because we used our pass otherwise an electric site is $26 a night. Dump station available and potable water is available near the restrooms. Play ground is fenced in and next to the campground office/store. Lake is across the road with a boat dock but people were using it to fish off of. Stores are close by with lots of restaurants to choose from. - jannie5
May 2011 - $30.00
We've been coming here once or twice every year for 6 years. It is still as nice as ever in terms of facilities, service, and atmosphere. They have instituted a reservation policy so beware. If you don't have a reservation you might have to jump sites in the middle of a stay. We were here early in the year, and the CG was not crowded, but some other campers had to move in the middle of their stay. - OldSoldier
Mar 2010 - $15.00
About a mile south of town, this park has some sites with 30 amp power, but none with water or sewer. There is a dump station and central water source. Interior roads are brand new gravel--it hadn't packed down yet when we were there, so our heavy RV created some ruts. Some of the roads can't be navigated by a big rig, and probably only a quarter of the sites are large enough for a large RV. They are mostly back-ins. The sites are generally quite large, but the relatively narrow roads make it difficult to turn a large RV into them. Each site has a picnic bench, fire ring, and barbecue. There are different rates for pull-throughs, lakeside sites, and electric sites. Our rate reflected the federal Senior Pass rate for an electric site. The rates are spelled out on their web site. The handful of lakeside sites are across the road from the vast majority of the sites, and they are all quite small. At 6,600' the weather is pleasantly cool here when it is blistering in Phoenix. There are warnings about bears. There are many mature trees, screening some sites from one another. There is a boat launch. Excellent Verizon voice and data signal. It's easy to find a spot for a satellite dish, and the trees are short enough that a roof-top dish will work in most sites. We were the only visitors in the park one of the two days we spent there. We would definitely stay there again in the off season, when the sites big enough for us are available. - Testing by Dave (aka Denali)