83 RV Parks near Sun Lakes, Arizona
We did however find 83 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sun Lakes. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sun Lakes in the left hand column.
Dec 2017 - $65.00
This place is OK for a short stay because after 3 nights the constant noise made us want to leave. The layout is strange: almost all sites are pull ins so you have to unhook your toad. There are no patios at all: no pads/grass, no tables, no grills, etc. There are no amenities; this is not a resort by any definition, especially in the snowbird haven of Phoenix. I never was able to connect to wifi with my iPad. I called the owner on the third day but he knew nothing of this problem, although he offered to send a tech. All this for only $65. - Dr. John
Nov 2017 - $46.00
We paid $325 for a week, taxes not included. As others have pointed out, this is not really a resort park, but you have is a nice clean, small park with sites that are about average in width, but they are extra long. This is not a park where you can just pull in and get a site, reservations are required. The park is very clean, and they have a security patrol. Check-in is a 4x8 sign that has a box containing your site number, a map, and codes to the bathroom and Wi-Fi. You don't have to go to the office, unless you need something. All the roads and sites are asphalt, with gravel between the sites. The Wi-Fi worked very well, as did the TV, OTA and satellite, and cell service was excellent. The park is right off of the interstate, so there can be a lot of road noise. There were several times where it sounded like the highway was a drag strip. There is also a motor sport area across the interstate, so that can also get noisy, but that is usually only during the day. - Bbtj
Mar 2017 - $1.00
We were at a rally so no idea of cost. All concrete sites and roads with large staggered sites give you privacy and room to move. It was originally an RV dealers showcase area so has paths and some landscaping. Sites are pull in back out. The paths have benches and open areas that are great for socializing. It is close to I 10 and only has a prefab shower room/ rest room area. Road noise is not an issue for me but can be for some. It is a small unique park as apposed to the standard mega parks you will usually find in Phoenix area. Also be aware it is only for motorized RV's. - peddy dick
Apr 2017 - $37.00
Staying here for 1 week. Rate based on weekly rate discount. This is a 55+ community with a small group of sites set aside for RV's. Calling ahead for a reservation is definitely recommended. Overall, we have found it to be very neat, clean, & peaceful. Residents are friendly. Some older units, but all are well maintained. The sites are gravel (like 99% of the area), but not dusty. Each site has a good sized paved patio. Interior roads are paved & easy to navigate. The only negative I have found is that the electrical hook-up at this site is 50 amp only. An adapter is necessary for a 30 amp rig. The community is very convenient to the Chandler area. Lots of shopping close by. If you are coming in on the AZ-202 Loop, do not take the Gilbert Road exit unless you are okay with a u-turn to get to the campground entrance. There is no cut in the median across from the entrance. We would definitely stay here again when in the Chandler area. - Life's good
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This place is all about the value. We discussed some of the "questionable" reviews with management prior to arriving for a one month visit close to daughter #1. Frankly, this was about the only option near Chandler, so we took the chance. I would suggest you ask for a space in the "main part" of the park, which is peppered with a combination of mobile homes, and RVs. There is a small section for RVs closer to Gilbert Rd., and it was noisier there. Just about all sites we saw in the main park of what essentially is a mobile home park with RVers tossed in were back-in, and you might find yourself at the limit of your 50 amp line to reach the power pole. Power in Chandler (in fact much of AZ) goes on and off...in our case 5 times in one month. We counted on our surge protector to keep things in shape, and the power was 117/119v across both legs pretty much all the time. Our site was wide enough for 4 slides out, plus the toad either in front/or to the side. A concrete pad was large enough for the awning to cover the chairs. We brought our own Internet, and the cable was just fine. 100+ year old cactus, oleander/bougainvillea (in bloom), and palm trees abound. The pool was large, deep and clean. The hot tub next to the pool was hot and clean. In looking around, it's like time stands still here. The maintenance guy on the golf cart hands out doggie treats, the central courtyard surrounding the pool complex, and the interesting mix of "desert rat" residents, transient RVers, multi-month snowbirds, and local working residents make for an interesting and friendly mix. Anytime we caught ourselves comparing to some of the jazzier places we have stayed we stopped, because we couldn't name one that offered full 50 amp hook-ups for what is about 20-30 bucks a day. If you are looking for luxury...keep driving. However, if you want a unique, clean, value-laden historical piece of Arizona RV'ing...go ahead. - tres gatos
Jan 2015 - $30.00
We were here for 3 nights, wish it had been less. This is basically a mobile home park with spots for a few RV's as an afterthought in a very tight corner of the park right next to a very busy road with lots of buses and a 24 hr. Circle K right behind us. We have stayed in nearly 100 RV parks and campgrounds and this was one of the worst we have ever tried to pull in or hook up to. Our electricity was shared on a 30amp circuit with a gigantic lighted 2-sided billboard over our head, so that if we used more than 2 appliances at the same time in our trailer, the circuit would break. Turn the breaker off and out goes the billboard! The sewer hookup was actually underneath the RV, so you hook up and back over your sewer. Road noise was inconceivable. The office's answer for everything was "that's the way it's always been". We had a hedge of bushes between us and the bus stop and music playing 24 hours a day at the Circle K. The pool/rec room was nice. We would NEVER return here. This park would be better served to eliminate the RV spots. - kcjflea
Sites: 500 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 5 Reviews
Mar 2017 - $33.00
Got to the park with a reservation on a Sunday. The office is closed weekends (wasn't mentioned when I made the reservation) but luckily I had a site number. Oops, that site is occupied by a very nice couple who have been there for 2 months. And don't plan to leave. So we looked all over the park for a vacant site. It's an old mobile home park so RVs ar parked where mobiles have moved out. Hookups are well back in sites. We checked several vacant sites, either had no plug in electric box or too far for my electric cord. Didn't stay because we are traveling with dogs and need electric for the AC. AND we weren't told when I made the reservation that you need a 50 amp adapter if you only need 30 amps. - Go often
Jan 2017 - $33.00
Great place to stay in Phoenix. Yes, this park is older, but it is well maintained and the staff are second to none. As others have mentioned this is a mobile home park that rents vacant lots to RVers - the sites are large and well spaced with hookups that used to serve mobile homes so are generally located at the rear of the site, but we had no problems with anything. The only amenity we used was the laundry room (excellent), but they also have a pool, hot tub, and various organized activities. Compared to other parks in the area, Holiday Village represents great value and we will definitely stay here again. - MaggieMouse
Mar 2015 - $31.00
We made reservations to stay here. When we arrived, the site was a vacant lot full of weeds. No central hook ups, just residental stubs left over from a long gone park model. Avoid this place. - Luke
Apr 2017 - $42.00
Very tight....most spaces back in and require dis-connect of tow vehicle. Sites very tidy. Quiet location. Friendly office staff, help with parking in very tight spot. Mostly full timers in park, rear spaces access from side street not main entrance. Security did not seem to be an issue. Great access to LRT. - Tonyl
Mar 2017 - $45.00
Parking lot camping. Strange but very safe. Perfect location to the rail so you don't have to drive around Phoenix. No useful wifi. - Howls_Castle
Mar 2017 - $38.00
Small, clean, quiet no frills park. Very nice helpful staff. Great location if you want to be in the city. - sp123
Apr 2011 - $30.00
Just an older park located close to ASU in Tempe. Right next to the metro line. Quiet enough, but most sites are permanents who pay no attention to speed limit signs in the park. Back in sites only, you need lots of sewer and water hose as well as a long electric cord as all the sites have hookups at the very rear of the site. The sites were just wide enough to avoid a cramped in feeling and deep enough for a 45ft motorhome. We found the manager friendly enough, and it was OK for a couple of nights. - run2
Jan 2018 - $45.00
Spaces are very tight with not much room between. Wi-Fi very poor (at 6am I had to use my cell phone hotspot to write this). Location is convenient by light rail but lots of sirens on weekend nights and is also next to an auto repair shop with associated noise. No pet area ... just pavement and gravel; dogs are not supposed to pee on trees. - Michael_T
Dec 2017 - $36.00
Noticed right away how clean it was, gravel instead of grass with paved road, level parking gravel site with concrete patio. Full hook-up, sufficient space, some long time sites. Friendly neighbors, clean sites. We choose no picnic table or fire pit as we were using as base for side trip. Pool/spa ramada 2 showers with restroom, mailbox, next to laundry $1.00/30 min dryer $.75/45 min (4 ea) $1.00 ea pkg detergent by machine dispenser quarters available in office right across entrance driveway. Over 70 sites. Free WiFi, cable TV, light rail/city bus, close to shopping and other activities. Lot 47 in back, back in spot no tow, some plane noise otherwise no problem for us. Yes I would definitely stay here again!!! Worth checking this one out, very friendly helpful staff. - ImaTravels
Mar 2017 - $39.00
Experience was terrible. Spot to park was not as advertised. Had a sewer line break under our trailer and there was no offer of help to move or to cover the sewage so I would not have to wade in it to get out. No offer of any refund for remaining time, I was not staying here any longer. All they could say is "it is not our fault" I understand it does happen. Maybe a little preventive maintenence would help and also to accept a little responsibility. - Mike Harrington
Jan 2018 - $35.00
The camp hosts were very friendly and the grounds were well maintained. The restrooms and laundry room was very clean also. The place is small around maybe 20 spaces in a lot behind the owners motorcycle shop and in between camps were small as well. It can get noisy as it is a shop and with the Main Street traffic. Our trailer was in a tight spot that the trucks across from us had to be moved so we could get out. The campground is right across the street from Camping World and there's lots of RV Sales Lot, grocery stores and restaurants nearby. This place is ok but I would like a lot more space between camps and if only the road around the campground were wider or had a bigger turn. - Kukana
Oct 2016 - $29.00
Having viewed Twin Palms on Google Earth, I was a little apprehensive about spotting the entrance on arrival but no problems.
A very well maintained, clean park with excellent facilities. Grounds keepers were there about 8:00 Tue morning, trimming, mowing and blowing to maintain the very neat appearance.
I was especially impressed with the sewer hookup. It had not been run over, cross-threaded by an 800 lb. gorilla or otherwise abused and made unusable.
This was our first visit but not the last. - jrbarber
May 2015 - $18.00
This tiny park is well groomed with small flowering trees when I was there in April (no shade). Any rig under 34 feet should fit in any of the 20 spaces arranged in a U-shape. Very nice bathroom (single use) and small laundry ($2 load). No other facilities are present.
Since it is the backyard of Steve's Cycle Shop (the owner), on Main Street in Mesa, the noise is right there. Roaring motorcycle noise plus regular traffic made it unpleasant to spend a month there.
It is on the east side of Mesa, close to carpet and awning shops and many RV sales lots. If you are in the market for an RV, there are several within walking distance. Camping World is across the street.
The daily rate listed here is based on $425 monthly fee (includes $10 electric meter reading fee, plus a $15 Trash fee) plus all the other fees charged including electricity.
When you check out, another $10 meter fee (owner checks the meters so he charges for his time (2x $10) to read the meter when you check in/out), plus water/septic/trash charges and a $10 key charge (refundable). There is an $8 billing charge plus 13 cents per KWh, which is about average for the area.
The site rental paperwork is the same as though you are renting an apartment/house rather than an RV site. He does let you fill out the paperwork and return it to him.
There is a $250 deposit required at time of reservation which you must get refunded after the utilities are deducted and the keys returned. If you are leaving the area, don't plan on departing Sunday or Monday as the shop is closed. - Margo Armstrong
Sites: 43 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Apr 2015 - $15.00
I really enjoyed my stay here, a very good value for the cost (apparently a year-round price). It is difficult to find a reasonably-priced RV park this close to the Gilbert/Chandler area. The Manager made me feel right at home.
My stay lasted four months during the summer season. Due to the time of year, it was very quiet. The small RV sites are clustered together among the park models. At this time of year, there were no neighbors in my section except a few park model occupants.
The park is old and the electric meters could use a paint job, but the laundry room, restroom facilities, and community center were kept immaculate. The pool was small but well maintained. - Margo Armstrong