11 Parks near Superior, Arizona
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Superior. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Superior in the left hand column.
Feb 2013 - $28.00
OK for an overnight stay. Small campground but does have pull-throughs that are level. Close to Boyce Thompson Arboretum. Friendly staff. They do have a laundry (get the key) and propane on site. Will stay here again, especially if going to Boyce Thompson or the Renaissance fair. - Rick Lechner
Feb 2012 - $28.00
Nothing fancy but an OK place to stay for a day or two. We stayed here while visiting Boyce Thompson. Electricity, dump, and water at sites. No TV or Wi-Fi. Very friendly staff. We would stay here again. Have a good week rate so would stay here if we visited Boyce Thompson for an extended period of time. - Rick Lechner
Feb 2011 - $28.00
We stayed here for a week. Rate of $130 was reasonable. The park is gravel based, sort of like a parking lot, but the surrounding hills are beautiful and there is a lot of nice scenery (including Devil's Canyon & the Tonto National Forest Cave Dwellings) to be seen. Great motorcycle riding in the area. Residents here are mostly long term. We stayed in one of the (4) pull-throughs available. Showers were clean, but are coin-operated, so we didn't use them. Their website says cable is available, but we didn't have it. Manager friendly and this park is motorcycle friendly. Propane is available. We would probably stay here again in the future if space available. - User1505
Apr 2015 - $20.00
This was a beautiful park with lots of great facilities (pool, whirlpool, sauna and big library with sofas and big screen tv) and lots of activities (rock shop). The people were the friendliest we have ever encountered. Desert hiking trails are accessible from the park. There are animals to watch and the weather is near-perfect. - CharDu
Oct 2012 - $20.00
This is a large park with mostly park Models. It’s nice if that is what you’re looking for—I’m not sure why it is called an RV resort. We stayed under the Passport America rate for three nights and it was advertised as having Wi-Fi and cable, but these amenities are only for long-term and monthly residents. I would not stay here again. - Tim M.
Dec 2010 - $20.00
This place is no longer an RV Resort. It is an exceptional, well maintained and appealing, Park Model Resort. Sites available to overnighters or those seeking a week stay have become fewer in number. We were originally placed in a site without power and had to relocate. Not an easy task to accomplish with a Motorhome and a tow. We ended up with a partial shaded, spacious back-in site. The site though was not level and this caused some leveling problems and holding tank dumping problems. We were staying in a residential area and it would be difficult to do otherwise here. Felt has if we were intruding and as strangers each day. The surrounding residents kept a close eye on us. The Park Model folks have little or nothing in common with RVers. The resort has raised the overnight fee and dropped the cable TV access for RVers. For the Passport America discount they now charge an extra $3.00 per day. There was just one pull-through site available. The others are clearly taken up by long term residents. Still we like the place and the local area. They have one of the best clubhouses and libraries we have seen. The outdoor pool and hot spas are open during the winter and well maintained. The bottom line is that we will likely not be returning because of the increase in the overnight rate and the manner of charging us extra for electric. - James Barr
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Park basic, cheap. Manager is rude and lies to the customers. Noisy. Far from town. - Sergei
Oct 2015 - $11.00
Rate reflects annual site charge. Very friendly park with nice amenities. Lots of ATV's and OHV's with group rides several days a week. Pool, pickle ball, shuffleboard, church services, bocce ball, horseshoes, paved streets for walking and biking. Desert access for biking, hiking or ATV. A good mix of full time RVers, snowbirds, permanent residents and overnighters. There are a fair number of park models mingled in with RV's. - ksgypsy
Apr 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here 3 Months. Lots of activities. Very friendly staff. And very friendly campers. This campground joins BLM land and is great spot for 4 wheelers you can go out the back gate for access. Perfect spot to walk your dog. Sites are nice and wide. We will come back again. - 210george
Feb 2016 - $21.00
This RV Park is located in the Sonoran Desert. We enjoy the Arizona desert. We are full-timers who have traveled throughout the U.S., so have some experience with RV parks. Before going full-time, we lived in the country, so we had to drive at least 15 miles in some direction to get to shopping or church. That said, this park is similar, in that the town of Florence is 7 miles to the North, Coolidge (Super Walmart) is 14 miles West, and Casa Grande is about a 25 minute drive away, and Casa Grande has most anything most RVers would ever need. Lots here are available for lease, and after being here 4 days, we purchased a lease. Nice pool and hot tub, exercise facility, and laundry. Many friendly residents, some in park models, and the remainder in RVs, all kinds of activities available in the park and many things to do and see in the area. Tucson or Phoenix are an hour plus drive. No trains, no planes, no Interstate highway noise. Verizon cell tower visible from the park. Outside vendor for high-speed Internet available by day, week or month. Work-Kampers keep the park looking great. Large sites, Our only downside was the heavy rock drives which are noisy when someone drives by. Black skies at night with a sky full of stars, breath-taking sunsets. - waywardwind
Jan 2016 - $35.00
We have stayed at this park on four occasions beginning in 2009 until recent. We first really enjoyed the park as there was only a few full-time owners and most people coming in were like us. Our maximum stay was 2009-2010 when we stayed for five months. Today one month is all that I can stand. The owners will try to sell you a lot and if you do not seem interested, they have very little interest with maintaining a kindly relationship. The lot owners are a group to themselves and if you are simply renting for a month or two they have no interest in you. We feel like outsiders even though we know many of the owners. They do not have cable and you must pay for Wi-Fi, but it is poor service and difficult to maintain a connection. We doubt that we will come back again. - pillar57
Nov 2015 - $17.00
Upon arrival front desk was polite and helpful. I didn't really want to stay where assigned and asked for another site in a different area than "F" but it was frowned upon as they are desperately trying to sell these sites. I was discouraged by being told if the site I'm in sells I will have to move immediately. So here we sit in a row with no one for at least 5 sites on either side of us and no one in any of the spots in front of us-I know I had my deodorant on; kinda hard to make friends. It is a 20 minute drive minimum to Walmart and Safeway otherwise at least 45 minutes to anything else. The place itself is well maintained, spacious and very nice but this is our first time being a snowbird, being around others would be nice. This park is good for those who already have established friends here. If I were to purchase, I might consider this as one of our options. WiFi is an additional $40 a month ran by an independent company. Electricity is also extra and no picnic table, no fire ring. Gym was great, pool/hot tub very clean! - The Ballantynes
Feb 2016 - $30.00
We were parked in "overflow" parking. It lacked landscaping and was very far from the baths and showers. However, they had warned us that was where we would be when we made the reservation. We were willing to accept those conditions because of the extremely difficult task of getting RV spots in Arizona in February. - cactuslady
Feb 2016 - $30.00
This is a nice little park. We rented our space for $350 per month that included water and sewer. Electric was an additional charge. They do not have cable but do have WiFi with no additional charge, but it is often difficult to obtain and maintain a connection. Electric service is only 30amp and so we could not use our heat pump because of its amp needs that are in excess of 30amp. We did enjoy our time at this park. - pillar57
Oct 2011 - $32.00
First, this is one of the most aesthetically pleasing parks we've stayed in during our first year of living FT in an RV. The owners have taken great care to keep the facility pleasing to the eyes. There is a B&B on property that is equally nice. There is a lovely pool/spa area with citrus trees growing on the property. They aren't treated so you have to get to the fruit before the bugs do. The coyotes were very interesting to listen to at night off in the distance and sometimes close by, but never on the property. Keep your animal on a leash though. We live in a 39' fifth wheel toy hauler and had no problems getting into our site. This is a small intimate park. The park provided Wi-Fi is very poor. You will be able to use your Verizon phone here, but the air card service is very unreliable. We still work full time and had to leave early because of the unreliability of running off a Verizon air card. The site next to us left too because he has a Sprint phone that would drop his calls. It's very unfortunate because I'd love to stay longer. You are out away from civilization, and your cell signal bounces between three towers. The beauty of this place is it is almost like camping again even though you live in an RV. Also, this is not a 55+ park which is nice. (AZ law requires the parks allow 20% of those under 55 into the park, but you have to take their word for it). The sites are large for this part of the country with lots of natural flora/fauna. We were in site 42 which was very nice until they started parking overflow vehicles in the desert behind us. It killed our view. And, the site that filled up in our right back corner was a little too close, but it's better than most parks in the area. The only negative I can say is the campers who have returned for 8+ years started things off on the wrong track for me. They stay on the back row. We have a dog and take proper care of her. But, I was given the "evil eye" when I walked her in the back row area behind the RV and over by the dog walk. Turns out you are judged before they know you are staying in this back area. They've had problems in the past with other campers allowing their pets in the common RV area for the back row folks and not cleaned up after their pet. Thankfully, I was approached, and the person apologized, but it just set a bad tone. This same group holds daily happy hour as well. I think they could have been welcoming, but I'm not sure I want to associate with folks who are so "tight" and react without knowing facts. I truly hope when I hit the 55+ age that I have more on my mind than to worry about stuff like this and talk about other people. The upside is they do keep an eye on what's going on in the park, so nothing gets amiss fast. If you are a big rig, make sure you stay in a premium site. It's a little more costly but well worth it. Overall, I hate to leave this RV park and would love to return when we don't have to work full time anymore. One last word, the folks are so helpful that make the reservations. I couldn't say anything nicer about the people who work for the RV park. Happy trails! - 2Fliers
Feb 2016 - $45.00
This park is out of town about 3 miles, lots of fields and very little noise. I stayed in site #30 which is close to the office. I absolutely loved it, very friendly people staying there and very friendly people running the park. I would definitely recommend staying here. The sites are gravel with concrete streets, very large sites with plenty of room... not like a lot of parks where you are almost parked on top of each other. They have many activities, card games, bingo, potluck dinners, bag toss, pickle ball and a beautiful saltwater pool. - babs42255
Apr 2014 - $45.00
Great park. Fantastic landscaping. Very clean. 24 hour security. Beautiful clubhouse with all the facilities you could want including 2 pools, sauna, steam room, and Jacuzzis. Quiet and friendly. Good laundry facilities. Not much to complain about here! - red yamaha
Mar 2014 - $27.00
Rate reflects a 30 day rate. Overall we are very satisfied with the resort. The site we had did have cable TV ,electric, and trash were included. For longer stays that differs as per website. The cable is good, the trash pickup is twice a week, and since no can is provided most purchase one. We did at Camping World. The pet area is not adequate in my opinion...poor grass,no trash can there and no lighting. Also limited area to walk the dog. We heard they have plans to expand the pet area in October. The resort location was perfect for us as away from major traffic areas but 10-15 minutes away from anything you need. Also, we went into the housing development across 60 and could bike, walk or hike into the mountain. There is plenty to do in and out of the area such as hike,golf,sight see multiple cities nearby. - A.E.Michell
Mar 2014 - $47.00
We received a coupon for a free visit at a rally. The price I quoted is a daily rate without a coupon. The grounds are lovely with good signage and a nice entry road. The roads by the camp sites are a bit on the narrow side for easy maneuverability in and out of sites. The sites are gravel with nice-sized concrete patio pads. Our site had quite a slope, but most appeared to be flat. The utilities are placed at the back of the site and we had to use an extension for the sewer. The majority of the sites are occupied by older park models but most have attractive landscaping. The park is immaculate and the green of the golf course, and the landscaped park models, are a nice change from the rocky grounds of much of this area in Arizona. There are many activities and we felt welcomed and were invited to participate in dances and meals. There is one dog park. It is a nice size and has grass, but no shade in the heat of the day and no lighting at night. There is no WiFi or cable unless you purchase a package. Other than that, my only complaint was that we backed up to a park model with a noisy A/C unit and a noisier dryer. We would stay here again, especially if we could stay for a longer period of time so we could get involved in activities. - Dreaming
May 2016 - $23.00
They have a separate section for short stayers. It is close to the highway but at night (and during the day) you don't hear anything, and we like quiet. Gravel spots, all back-ins with a concrete patio. Only negative was there is no shade or trees or any green, no landscaping at all but you are in the dessert! Great sunsets and views over the mountains and the saguaros. Free spotty WiFi (and the resort was empty), lots of stations on our antenna in HD. The resort is filled with park models and homes. We normally don't go to resorts like this but great to stay for a couple of weeks. Pickle ball, tennis courts, swimming pools and lots more. We will come back. Be sure to ask for specials if you want to stay longer. - Traveller Excel
Apr 2016 - $42.00
The best aspect of this park is the friendliness of the residents. We stayed in the park for a month and got a reduced price but it was still costly and long-term residents pay extra for their electricity. The park has great facilities including 2 pools and hot tubs with tennis, pickle ball, bocceball, horseshoes and a library, computer lab and many other club facilities and activities. The park includes lots of park model residents and a permanent house area adjacent to the RV and park models. It is the kind of place where the motto is "if you are bored it is your own fault" because there is so much to do. The park is quiet despite being on a busy highway with lots of traffic and difficulty getting out at certain times. - mountainfan
Mar 2016 - $45.00
The resort entrance and activities areas are nicely landscaped. We stayed in the short-term section, which is not. Although, to the north was a great view of the Superstition Mountains, and to the west, open desert and great sunsets.
The sites are lose gravel with a concrete patio. The terrain falls away from the patio to the street which made leveling the RV difficult. The hookups were in the back, so we had to backup the next site to be close.
They have no cable TV service, but the antenna picked up many stations although most were Spanish language. March is a terrible month for a college basketball fan to be without cable.
They have Wi-Fi but it is useless in the short-term area. I had to go to customer services each morning to use my computer.
We were across from the dumpsters, so it was quite messy. I never saw any employee there to pick up the trash that blew out of the dumpsters.
They have a free Happy Hour which was great if you could find out when and where it was held. Guest Services didn't know. Other than that the staff was very friendly and helpful.
The short-term area is separated from the main resort by a canal. This marks a clear change in scenery. To the south are row upon row of boxes (park models) while the north has a wide range of RV's of all colors. - Martini