5 Parks near Sun Valley, Arizona
Aug 2016 - $19.00
The new owners of this park are trying very hard to get it up to par but they have a ways to go. It looks like they have some pull through sites; ours was a back in and there was not much room between sites. The restroom/shower was a small building that only had one toilet and one shower. The electric was good as was the water quality. Also had FHU. The wifi was so sketchy as to be non-existent (and no cable). I could hardly get any wifi signals on my jetpack and phone was sketchy as well. There was no rec hall or any other amenities. The dog park they furnished was real small, but I walked up the "primitive road" and was able to let the dogs loose there. The new owners are very nice and helpful. They also have a nice patio area with tables and chairs and sell petrified wood pieces. - Kerch Family
Aug 2016 - $19.00
Was ok for an overnight stay. Very nice people and the price was right for full hook ups. Shower was unusable. It was old and looked like there might be snakes or at least spiders and only one. Lots of ants around the dirt campsites. Bathroom in clubhouse was clean. Probably wouldn't stay there again or for more than 1 night. - Sandygranny
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here when it was Root 66 about a year ago. At the time the owners said the place was up for sale. In that year, the place sold. The new owners are a young, energetic, and motivate married couple.
The place under this new ownership is so much cleaner and you can see the hard work they've done to make the place more than just a stop on your way to somewhere. The new owners are also trying to acquire an adjoining property to expand the park. In other words, they are dead serious about making this RV park a place to stay for more than the one or two nights. And what a pleasant couple they are to deal with.
Yes, we highly recommend this park.
Easy off/easy on I-40 regardless the direction you're traveling. Full hook-ups, and a dump station, if you need it.
Excellent for pets and kids as they have a dog area and playground, respectively. I can't comment on the WiFi, cable, or showers as we are self-contained and usually don't require any park amenities.
I wish this couple the very best, and continued success with the RV park. - R_R PRanger
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Employee at desk was nice and helpful. Wifi was real weak and unable to use.
Attempted to make online reservations and stated unavailable. I called and they had plenty of spots available. Great dog run. Clean restrooms. Would definitely stay here again. - Campground Review
Jul 2016 - $41.00
Level site (didn't have to unhitch). A fairly secure area. The utilities ok, satellite reception ok. Site roughly 65 x 30, gravel and dirt. Great location, easy off and on to I-40. - Kid911
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Staff was easy to work with. Sites are gravel. Cable and wifi worked good. Good location to visit Petrified Forest and Painted Desert Natl Park. Not much else going on in Holbrook. You only really need 2 nights, but we stayed 3 to hang out and relax a day and use the pool. We would stay here again. - RV Gypsy
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This place is nothing more than a dirt parking lot. It looked more like an old drive in theater lot than a place to stay the night in an RV. There were very few trees, and these were quite small. The interior road was not level at all. The lady in the office was incredibly rude. It's a very dog unfriendly place. There is no place to walk a dog or get them in any shade. After I checked in, the lady in the office proceeded to tell me the list of rules for dogs. We have low, collapsable fencing for our little dachshunds so we can sit outside with them. I was told that fencing of any type was not allowed. We have stayed in many, many RV parks and have never encountered this rule before. I have done many RV park reviews and have looked for good things that I can point out. There are none for this RV park. My recommendation is to go on down the road to Winslow. There is a very nice park there. - Dr Karen
Aug 2016 - $35.00
$34.50/night w/50a full hookup. Very easy in/out and close to I-40 exit. Excellent signage. Stayed 2nd night to visit Petrified National Park 20 miles away. Didn't use facilities except to dump/fill. Entire parking area is a little sloped. Few trees, good satellite, good electric. Close to freeway exit and easy in/out. Would stop again. - Bells
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Probably the best park we've stayed at for the last 3 weeks. Long, level pull through sites. Good cable and wifi. Friendly staff. Would definitely stay here again. - arkietraveler
May 2016 - $20.00
Full hookups and internet worked fine. There are no restrooms or showers. I wouldn't have used them if they were available. Check-in at the hotel. Staff was pleasant and check-in was easy. Most campers were semi-permanent folks who worked in the area. Positives: Price is right for a quick overnight in a drive-thru site and internet worked well (possibly because our site was near the hotel), sites were mostly level. Negatives: dog feces isn't picked up, train tracks are behind Park, it's a parking lot. - Dave RVer
Mar 2014 - $18.00
Nothing fancy about this park, but fairly functional for an overnight stay. The owner is a friendly fellow who enjoys coming around for conversation. A small park with many long term campers, the sites are large enough for big rigs although you'll be parking on the patio. The water hookup was recessed into the ground and the spigot was covered by dirty water, so we didn't hook up, but the 50 amp power was good. Free cable TV with limited channels. No Wi-Fi, but Verizon cell voice and data were good. There's nothing to see or do in Joseph City, but for a quick overnight it's as good as any. - Meanderman
Nov 2013 - $18.00
Great one-nighter -- cheap and cheerful. We needed a place between the south rim of the Grand Canyon and Santa Fe after a day at the Canyon. It is a good stop right off the highway and easy in and out. The people were nice and they had everything for 18 dollars. We got local channels to watch football, stayed hooked up with a pull-through site and then left the next morning out the back and further down the highway. Verizon and TV worked well. Small sites but our three slides went out fine. Level gravel type sites, not a lot of traffic or others there but a few. Can't beat the price if you are in need of a layover. It was actually on old route 66. Nothing else in the town. - FrancisandRenee
May 2016 - $11.00
Mostly this is to refine some points of these campgrounds. There are 2 Museums at this entrance to Petrified National Park. The one on the west side of the road has 30 amp power and that site cost $10.75/day. The Museum on the east side has the free camping. There are about 6 sites up front with de-energized 30 amp plugs. There are multiple dry camping sites behind these sites. There was water available but I was told by a gentleman in the store that he wouldn't put it in his radiator or give to a dog. This place has flat parking, is the only place within 25 miles, is right at the entrance to the Park, and it's free. It also has pretty good Verizon MiFi 4G service. You should come with a full fresh water tank and empty waste tanks, and full fuel tanks in your rig and your toad. - pumper9x9
Mar 2016 - $11.00
This is a basic, gravel parking lot with only 20A. service. It's handy to the Park and will work fine. Some of the sites have picnic tables.
The view is beautiful and almost worth the $10.75 itself. Staff person was very friendly. - Red Wolf Deux
Nov 2015 - $10.00
This is one of those electric only, self contained units only sites. The location couldn't get any better if you're here to see Petrified Forest National Park, which was why we were there. There are no frills here. We did get a very usable Verizon Data signal out here surprisingly. The front office preferred cash only, but begrudgingly accepted CC. We would definitely stop here again if visiting the park again. - Living Our Dash