101 Parks near Superior, Arizona
We did however find 101 campgrounds within 50 miles of Superior. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Superior in the left hand column.
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
Feb 2016 - $1.00
This is actually two facilities in one. Canyon Vistas is a traditional 55+ RV Resort with 600 spaces for RVs and Park Model Homes. It is adjacent and attached to Superstition Mountain, which is a 55+ community of manufactured homes with attached RV ports or garages. Both facilities offer a full range of amenities (pickleball, tennis, clubs, happy hours, etc) and residents of either side of the resort have access to all amenities. Since they are attempting to sell out the RV Port section of the community they offered a free week at a RV show. Very nice people. Monday breakfast social introduces new residents and guests. Happy hour 3-5pm M, W, and F with live music is especially nice. Located in Gold Canyon, just a 20 minute drive to Mesa. Site overlooks Superstition Mountain and is surrounded by protected land (desert). Any size rig will enjoy this rv park with full hookups. Advertised free wi-fi only worked in reception, and even there was very slow. Cable TV available if you are staying 1 month or more from an outside provider. Vast majority of residents are seasonal, with lots of folks from Central and Western Canada. - Ncw
Feb 2012 - $30.00
Small, close sites. Not worth the price. Would not stay here again. - JBanner7
Jan 2012 - $30.00
Last resort stay, what brings rating down is un-friendliness of guests, if you are not 65+, rude people!, water very hard and bad taste. Sites are narrow with not much parking for personal vehicle, park car under neighbors slide. Nightly cost is OK for what you get, will I stay again? definitely NO. - my86gw
Mar 2010 - $25.00
This is a no frills park which is what we like. We need good TV, cell phone reception and WiFi and we had all three. We hope to spend next winter here again. - karenf.
Jan 2016 - $35.00
Arrived New Years Eve, extremely loud teenage dance in the amphitheater located right next to the campground. Kids loitering right outside the RV's till 1:00AM. Very nerve wracking night! Whoever designed this campground obviously never used or owned an RV. Hookups are situated such that 4 RV's could be attached to the utilities at one spot, but in reality 2 RV's would have to run cables & hoses under their units because hookups would be on the wrong side. Main electric breaker for the campground popped a few times one night. WiFi present, service weak & often drops off. Laundry room is a joke. Very dirty, one washer that goes out of balance often, one dryer that runs without quarters & never turns off once started. Restrooms are slightly better than okay. I had to repair the shower knob in one of the stalls to be able to use it. No gravel, just sandy dirt. We had a rainstorm which turned it into a mud bog with huge puddles, no, more like ponds! Access to campground is either through a maze of a parking lot, through a barnyard, or through a field. Schnepf Farm Park attractions are run down, lots of junk & debris lying about. Weekly rate is $200. We highly DO NOT recommend this place! - Rolling Regal
Jan 2013 - $35.00
One of the worst parks we have stayed at. This is somewhat of a farm area that has old RV sites. The washrooms are filthy, not heated, and old, and when we finally found someone to talk to and asked if washrooms were attended to he said no. For the first 3 weeks, no one had ever set foot in the bathrooms. This is a self check in, and the only effort they put into the RV park is checking for money 2-3 times a day. There are many activities at the farm area which are very expensive, and not too many friendly people. This is nothing more then a parking lot that is not cared for, and all for $35 night. Would not recommend at all. There are nicer parks in the area. - allsgood
Apr 2016 - $51.00
We stayed here for a week while attending Angels Baseball Spring training. A basic "campground" type KOA, it was clean and well maintained. The spots are very deep, but close to each other. WiFi might as well have not even been there, not worth even trying to connect. Clear sky views for satellite tv in most sites. The hook ups were a little strange, the fresh water hookup was on the opposite side of the trailer than the sewage hookup. I had to go to WalMart to purchase an additional drinking water hose to reach it, after passing the hose under my trailer and to the rear. Nice clean pool, 4-5 KOA Kabins. - tspin818
Feb 2016 - $48.00
This is certainly a campground, not a resort. That being said, it was fairly neat and clean. Most of the staff was exceptionally friendly, but there were A couple staff members that certainly needed some help in the customer relations department. The pool is clean and warm, and they had a hot tub too! - 2gaycampers
Jan 2016 - $43.00
The park is a nice KOA park it has several pull troughs that are long also back ins that are angled. the roads and sites are all gravel but the sites are landscaped with desert plants between. We stay here while visiting friends that live close to the park. We find it a better for short terms to use this park over the longer stay parks in the area because the sites are easier to get into than many of the long term parks. - JDR
May 2016 - $27.00
Views of the Superstition Mountains and access to hiking & biking trails right from the campsite are a treat, and the low price makes this park a good value. Access roads and sites are paved and in great shape, all surrounded by sand and and desert plantings. Our pull-thru site was quite spacious; the only downside is no privacy between sites. Water and electric hookups were convenient. Although there is no sewer on site, a clean, neat dump station is available. There was no WiFi, but we got a decent Verizon signal. We did not use the restrooms or showers. Although nothing here was truly spectacular, everything was very good, making this one of our highest rated destinations. - DaveInOhio
May 2016 - $25.00
Amazing views of the Superstition Mountains, clean bathrooms, private large showers, plenty of space between sites. Natural vegetation provides privacy. We saw rabbits & lots of quail at our site. During the day you can hear the train from nearby Gold Field but we didn't mind. There are trails throughout the park. It is located close enough to town to get food, shop, etc but far enough away. Beautiful place! - Ontheroamagain
Jan 2016 - $30.00
Lost Dutchman is one of our very favorite campgrounds. Water and electrical hook ups, but no sewer, although dump station is in campground and easy to use. Older part of the campground has best sites with lots of space, desert plants, good views. Newer areas better for large RV's but spaced closer together. Good walking/hiking trails within the park. Pet friendly. Lots of wildlife including quail and coyotes (serenading us at night.) Many sites with no utilities are available with no reservations. - Ftcollinscamper
Mar 2016 - $4.00
This is a large, gated facility associated with TTN/Encore. We spent two weeks there this year and our site was large enough, back-in was easy, and we had concrete patio the length of the 5th wheel. Utilities are easy to reach, good electrical, very hard water supply. Staff is friendly and helpful, sometimes not responsive to specific complaints. Wind blew debris out of the palm trees one night and the next day staff came around and cleaned it up. Snake Hole GC is still there and as much fun as ever. Members organize several different activities and everyone is cordial and friendly. Idaho Road is a major street from the interchange at AZ-60 and gets very noisy on weekends. All the amenities here are in good condition and the pool and hot tub are used a lot. Shuffle board court is busy. We enjoy our time here and will return next winter. - SilverBear
May 2015 - $11.00
Wide interior streets, all asphalt. Friendly people. Big space. We had # 95, some street noise. We stayed here in a 40 footer 3 slide. Good water pressure, 50 amp. Good AT&T signal. Pad is gravel with a LARGE cement patio. - walt66
Feb 2015 - $3.00
Management has changed and the staff is cordial and helpful. We were assigned a "long term" site due to the length of our stay this time. As ELS/TTN members during peak season the schedule changes, but we were able to remain in the site rather than move to another after the first week. Snake Hole Golf Course is fun as every. Member Services talked to us several times during our stay for our opinion on the changes in the facility and sites. We believe the park has changed significantly and recommend it to others. Member generated activities provide a ton of different things to do here, including organized QUAD excursions in the area. The park is close to everything, lots of trails, points of interest and good shopping. We will definitely stay here again next winter. - SilverBear
Mar 2012 - $32.00
Based on weekly rate. Sites are OK but streets are narrow and they are hard to back into. Nice concrete pad for patio. Not sure what activities they have. - mgalex
Mar 2012 - $35.00
This is a 55+ community and very quiet. They have a nice pool, hot tub and workout room. There are lots of activities planned including water aerobics, zumba, board games and card games. They had an ice cream social and a special St. Patrick's Day dinner. We would come here again. The sites are good sized with patios but are rather tight to get into. Lots of park models. - rolling homeless
Apr 2011 - $17.00
Very nice smaller park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We almost had the park to ourself since most of the Snowbirds had already left for cooler places. Would definitely stay here again. The rate reflects a CampClubUSA discount. - WHeath
Mar 2010 - $27.00
The portable potties were overflowing, the only shower is at the restaurant, with one shower and toilet for the whole campground and day visitors. The site is very good as far as a lake view and location near the water. It was very roomy but the staff was overwhelmed by the dog complaints and noise everywhere. Poorly run, managed and staffed facility with the worst bathroom, shower, and portable toilet set up. - rpod 171
Jan 2009 - $32.00
Canyon Lake is beautiful and this campground has 22 sites with water and electric that are all less than 50 yards from the lake. There is also a pretty full service marina and a good restaurant on site. There is a row of 30 amp sites that are intended as back-ins and another row of 50 amp sites, which are pull-throughs. The campground has several problems, all of which are correctable if they make the effort. They should put in at least a dump station if no sewer hook-ups for the sites. They should also do a better job of defining the day use area and separating it from the campground as we experienced a large volume of day use people hanging out right in front of our rig. There is also a problem with the numbering of the sites in the 50 amp section, which led to much disagreement among the campers in this area during our stay. Another criticism of the 50 amp area is that they set it up for hookups on the right ignoring the motorhomes who need it on the left. When a group of us were discussing this with the campground staff (while arguing about the site numbering), the staff replied that the motorhomes can back or come in around the other direction thus facing the road as opposed to the lake - this did not go over well with the people with motorhomes. Lastly, the staff were friendly, but not inclined to enforce the rules. They allowed a couple who brought 8 children with them to pitch a tent on the shared grassy area (two violations - supposed to be a max of 6 people per campsite and no tents are allowed on the shared grounds). When our neighbor asked the staff about it, they replied that they decided to ignore it. The large tent blocked our view of the lake for the two nights this family was there. The staff also ignored the frequent violations of the rule asking people to pick up after their dogs. We have two dogs and were the only people in the campground who picked up after our dogs during our stay. All in all, they have a great location and a mediocre campground, which could also be very good with a little more effort from the management. - dean&maria
Nov 2015 - $25.00
This is an in-town park, that is basically a flat lot with hook-ups. There are mostly permanent people here (workers at the mine, school and hospital). All the non-permanent sites are water/electric only and you pull up next to the hookups, nose to tail with those in front or behind you. I can't imagine a big rig fitting in here, but the owner said it can happen. As the lot is dirt, if it rained the lot would be a mud pit. It is right off the highway so there is a lot of road noise. There is no shade. It is walking distance to historic Globe, but we did not walk out to see what was there, so I can't say if that is a plus or not. That said, the owner was very sweet. We did have TV channels over the air and the WiFi was excellent. I got a long hot shower and caught up on some work. All for $25 - not the worst overnight in my book! - ALbums
Apr 2014 - $20.00
It is a small and old RV park directly opposite the train station. Some sites are occupied by permanent guests. The soil consists of sand and gravel. No Sewer, but dump station. No cable TV. There are old wooden picnic tables. Excellent Wi-Fi. The owner is very friendly. You can hear the street traffic. There is a Passport America discount only from May to December. - Myrvisbig
Dec 2015 - $20.00
This is a very nice clean park.. Has lots of park models with RV's in between..Lots have an uphill slope to get in ... so if you hang low you are gonna scratch the bottom of the RV..Has great WiFi.. Laundry, showers, and bathrooms are very clean. Cable is 24 channels only, but its included in rate. Rate above is average for a 30 day stay. We stayed 1 month, monthly rate does not include electric.. The only negative I have is the dog policy.. If you have a dog you can only stay in the last 2 rows of the park & the dogs cannot walk any where else. It has a very small all gravel dog area outside the back gate...So this park is not very dog friendly..Mall is about 8 miles away.. Sites are gravel with concrete pad.. No picnic table on sites... - Yepwearedoingit
Sep 2013 - $40.00
We stopped here to visit friends that were here already! It is a lovely area and weather was perfect. Sites were nice and clean. People were friendly. A much bigger park than we usually stay at. - Rvcastle
Nov 2012 - $19.00
This is a clean, friendly, beautiful RV resort with practically all sites shaded. The people in the park are all very friendly. There are lots of park activities. We liked everything about this park except the Wi-Fi (which was VERY poor) and we were only a few sites away from the tower. The park management limits the bandwidth and the amount of usage for each person - and doesn't tell anyone what that usage limit is, so you could open up the weather and your mail and find you have reached your limit on any given day. We were not able to use Skype to talk with our kids or grand kids and we were often booted out of any other instant messaging software, so staying in touch without a phone is almost impossible. There is a computer room where you can connect your own laptop or use one of their computers, but personally I like to use my own laptop very early in the a.m. while my significant other is still sleeping and I am up. This also allows me to connect with family and friends back east. This park would have rated a 10 if the Wi-Fi was better and the only reason we would not return to this park or recommend it to others is because of the poor Wi-Fi. - Kemptvillekids
Mar 2016 - $38.00
Great for overnight, managers was helpful as I arrived after hours.. I've stayed here before, gravel parking with concrete pads. Washroom has been upgraded. Walmart and Safeway close. - Tonyl
Feb 2016 - $17.00
Nice clean and well kept park. Very quiet and dog pwners appear to kept in a common area. WiFi was free and the best we have had in any rv park. Within walking distance to many stores. Would definitely stay here again. - terrytckl
Feb 2015 - $25.00
Area near our site was flooded due to recent rains. Escort to site. 50 amp, water, sewer. Some channels on antenna. Roads in park are paved. Security at night, locked gate with keypad for after hours entrance. Would probably stay here again. - 4jim
Apr 2012 - $30.00
This was a stopping place for us. Not as dog friendly as I would like. A lot of people stay there year around. The park was OK. Needs more of a dog walk. - calguy
Feb 2012 - $35.00
While pets are allowed, the dog walk is tiny, the park is not really pet friendly. Be prepared to carry your dog to the dog service area. Sites are tight with very little landscaping; especially to the south half where there are hardly any trees. No security at the gate. Most of the residents are in park models (not great for transient RV's), although most of the residents are friendly. - redhot60
Jan 2010 - $30.00
A 55+ park that seems to keep everybody happy. We had a very small site right next to the entry gate that was quite busy with traffic. Noise from street traffic was always there. There is NO cable TV and the internet was almost useless 50% of the time. Dial up would have been faster. The staff was friendly and helpful and there was a long list of activities. Laundry facilities were clean, in very good condition and reasonable. We would try someplace else next time because of the traffic and the internet. - pat & Brian
Feb 2016 - $48.00
This is an older park that is being reasonably maintained. Only problem with the slot was that the sewer connection is inconveniently located toward the center of the parking spot. Must be a hold over over frompast days. Pool was warm and clean. Exercise room was fine but with out air conditioning and got quite warm. Biggest problem was the high cost. Much better values are available in the area. We will not return. - terrytckl
Dec 2014 - $3.00
Although the spaces are small and narrow (limited to under 34 ft), the sewer hose connection is under the rig. This makes for an awkward setup. Separate section for transient RVs. The rest of the park contains park models. Facilities are satisfactory, there is a nice fitness center, ballroom with line dancing classes. Great value thru Thousand Trails. Also Passport America at $21 per night. There are better values in town if paying full price. - Margo Armstrong
Nov 2014 - $23.00
Very friendly staff and helpful manager. Initially assigned us a spot that would have been very difficult to back into, but when we questioned it they found us a better location and easy access. Overall, very nice park, good facilities and friendly residents. We had an electrical junction box issue that was fixed within a few hours of reporting it (bad breaker). Laundry area was clean and roomy. Pool looked very nice but did not use. We would stay again for sure. - Newbergs
Dec 2015 - $35.00
This RV resort is a clean, 55 and over only, but very old with about 500 sites, but only maybe a dozen for traveling RV's. Most of the park are permanent park models and very old trailers with add ons, porches, carports. Streets are narrow and units very close together.. We had a very hard time backing our fifth wheel due to the too narrow street. They do allow short term, but I would not recommend this, even for long term. There are dozens of other very nice, newer, modern parks to choose in the area. - Destinations
Feb 2012 - $19.00
This is the second winter we have spent time at Bonita Vista. It is an older mobile home park with plenty of sites converted for use by RVs. The sites are huge, with lots of room for toads or slides. The managers/staff and residents are all very friendly and welcomed us to weekly events such as pot lucks, entertainment, pool etc. The park is on the far eastern edge of the Phoenix area, but close to Mesa and near Canyon and Saguaro lakes, lots of hiking trails and other things to do. The club house is spacious, with a library, computer room, TV area and nice showers. We enjoyed our stay here enough to come back for a second winter. - ultrastar28
Jan 2012 - $35.00
This is an older park converting many sites to new park models and RV use. Very helpful and nice people in the office, Sites are large enough for most large rigs and not difficult to get into. Plenty of activity geared a little more to the older crowd. Very friendly residents, and helpful. Pet friendly and located close to all the shopping you could desire. Very clean pool and washrooms. Has a sand golf course adjacent. We would stay there again. - redhot60
Jan 2011 - $35.00
Not a true RV-friendly park. Just an average geezer trailer park in Apache Junction. RV sites are scattered around, and you must be very careful about your hookups, and proximity to US 60 in the back, or Southern in the front. Some of the sewer caps are sideways, water can be on the patio (wrong side), electric is way back. So take a good look. Wi-Fi only works in the clubhouse. Many facilities in need of repair. Pool and spa look nice, tho concrete is cracked up. Only one usable indoor shower, ones by pool are not hot. "Computer Room" was worthless as was the "Fitness Room" (old machines not plugged in) . Monthly rate $550 is much better deal than $35 daily; not sure how we lasted 30 days here. Won't be back. - Annie's Song
Jul 2013 - $27.00
The first site we were assigned to was impossible for us to use. We'd specified we were in a 37 foot 5th wheel when making the reservation, but the site was short with hookups at the front on the wrong side. Might have been OK for a smaller motorhome that could pull in nose first. We were moved to a brand new area with a more suitable site, but noticed everyone unit using boards to level. Buffet is inexpensive, but still no bargain. The road across the causeway is now paved and no longer rough. We also noticed that all the lake view and full hookup sites appear to be permanently occupied. Good to know: entire property is 'dry' with no liquor allowed in casino, hotel or RV park. Indoor pool area seemed to be very nice. - Ron & Donna
Jul 2012 - $25.00
WARNING. As of July 30, 2012, if you value your equipment do not come here. There is only one road to this sight and it is under construction. They are re-building the 8 mile causeway and you are on a dirt road that is 100% wash board. EVEN at 15 mph, it all but destroyed our motor home and you could not tell what color it or the tow car was when we finally arrived. It destroyed one mirror, jammed two basement doors that will now not open, and loosened all three top airs. The tow now needs an alignment. We will be finding damage and things falling off for months to come. I would estimate it will be at least one year before the new causeway and road is re-built. Please call and ask if the road is COMPLETE before you attempt this. Then be sure to double check as I am not sure if I personally would believe them. As: this was the most un-friendly place I have ever been. Unlike many Indian casino's they hire locals and the nepotism abounds. Just rude, and act like they wish you would leave. - fulltimer 2
Sep 2011 - $23.00
It's Spirit Lake. This park was full of long term contractors and construction workers. They had 1 site available for 1 night. We did not go into the main campground. We had a site on the edge of the parking lot - electric only for $23. And the dump was closed. The road in is a causeway across Devils Lake. The lake level keeps rising, so they are raising the road 10 feet. It is 6 miles of narrow, mostly dirt, potholes and whitecaps splashing over the rock edges. The last bit was loose dirt and dodging earth-moving equipment, hoping we wouldn't have to stop or we would get stuck. We would not want to try it in rain. We are 36 feet, and did make it, but be warned. This road raising still has 9 more feet to go. Good luck. (and not just at the casino.) - carriagegal1
Jan 2015 - $21.00
This is mostly filled with people spending the winter or who live in it year-round. Most of the people were very friendly, we only met one who was rather nasty. There are a lot of activities going on as well as shuffleboard court, pool room, library, pool and a large clubhouse. The laundry could use some cleaning. The sites were of average size. - IngaMari
Apr 2014 - $25.00
We were pleasantly surprised by this park. The park is well kept, neat and clean. The staff were very nice and helpful. There are mobile homes but they are nice and well kept as well. We would definitely stay here again. - Pamey
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Old park, narrow streets, small sites. Barely level. Small pool. Cable didn't work. Mostly park models. Not up to Roberts Resorts standards. Friendly office staff. First site assigned to was too small and had a broken breaker. All sites are back-ins. Other choices are available in area. - Mr. Rick
Mar 2014 - $35.00
Many long term residents here in park models. The volunteers or employees were eager to let you know they are in charge--very cliquish with residents. Advertised a St Patrick's dinner but wouldn't let us in since we didn't have "prior reservations" even though there were fliers advertising the event. Internet was only available in the computer room, which had 2 older computers with one printer that was out of order for the 2 weeks we were there and was only open when the office was open. They charged us for TV and Internet even though we weren't able to get Internet unless we brought our laptop computer or bought a device to hook up to. Sites are all back in, gravel and uneven; we were not able to get level. Gates are locked at 10 PM and if you leave & forget your pass card there is no way to contact anyone for assistance for entrance. Pool was usually occupied with classes during mornings, and afternoons were too hot to swim. We will not stay here again. - User3460
Mar 2014 - $22.00
The streets are narrow. The sites are small and the one we were assigned was not level. We were supposed to have internet with our site but it took 10 days to get it working. Several times we came back to our site and did not have access to our site because the person across the street had guests parking in front of our parking area. We camped in the pet area and ended up with dog dodo on our campsite, It was still there when we left. Not impressed. - mge
Dec 2010 - $35.00
The staff was friendly and the location on the lake is awesome. No sewer hookups,(pump out service was available) and a showers are small and in in a self contained trailer due to the close proximity of the lake. - User1725
275 N Saguaro Dr Apache Junction, Arizona 85120 (map) | (480) 288-8008
Sites: 60 | Latest Rate: $21.00 | 1 Reviews
Mar 2016 - $21.00
Just like the dozens of other fairly small RV parks in Apache Junction, this one has a mix of longer term residents and transients. The park is under new ownership and is being actively upgraded. The rate is a weekly rate. Owners and other residents are very friendly and the entire community is gated. Some of the sites (all back-in) are a bit tight because of a nearby tree or post, but most of the transient sites are fine. All are gravel surface, with paved roads. The pool and clubhouse are quite nice. Considering the price, this was a very good deal. We would definitely return. - wandrr
Oct 2015 - $49.00
Stayed 5 nights with the hope to stay for the winter season. Talk about a park in turmoil, this it. Management fired all the regular office workers except the one causing all the problems. New office manager has no clue, cook was fired last year, and the one who was supposed to come back isn't.
No dances. No dinners except pot luck. We had heard good things about this park from past residents so we wanted to try AZ this winter. Save your money. Apache Junction & Mesa have plenty parks to choose from. - joeseph
Jun 2014 - $35.00
Poor management only cares about the money. Value very bad for the money. Absolutely no vegetation. Rolls Royce payment for a Fiat. Last resort Resort. If you are this hard up you had better quit!! Stayed here in a Motorhome Tag axel Coach so I did not use their facilities. Place is kept clean and the club house pool area looks nice. Several pet areas are available and most sites at least one car can be parked. Streets are in well kept condition and the areas are somewhat well lit at night. I do not know about security at night but I did not stay up late to check it out. In sort of a run down area of town. Watch out for bike riders scouting for items not locked down. - Steve Holtel
Mar 2014 - $45.00
Wow! This park is FANTASTIC! I absolutely disagree with a previous reviewer who said the manager was bad. We found her and the entire staff to be very friendly and helpful and she and the staff couldn't be more accommodating. I was there at the "lost dog incident" and it looked to us that the manager was only telling the person who brought the dog onto the patio that dogs weren't allowed because there was food all around us. In fact, the man was extremely rude to the manager when she approached him later to thank him for his efforts and he acted like a 10-year old and snubbed her. We NEVER heard of any incidents where the manager was rude to people. She was very kind and always had a hug and a smile for everyone, we know everyone likes her. I guess its hard to please everyone so I just wanted to give another side to the story. What we loved about this resort is that its pet friendly, they have 5 dog parks. The sites are not huge but we didn't feel we were like sardines. The grounds are immaculate and everything is clean. It's a well-managed and well-kept up resort. We will DEFINITELY go back to the Meridian RV Resort. - Skootin
Nov 2010 - $30.00
Don't know if they allow daily rental. We stayed for a month - about 450. The park is meant for longer term rentals. The people that live there are terrific and willing to help you see the area. Weather is great and the area is beautiful as long as you like brown. - cralos
Mar 2016 - $50.00
Efficient check-in by friendly ladies.
Very large park with a reasonable amount of good sized RV spots, all back-in. Pavement in the park is in very good condition.
The sites are level, but elevated above roadside and very steep over a short distance. Good assistance is given by a staff member to avoid rear bumper damage of your 5th-wheel.
The RV parking is on the gravel part of the site and there is a small concrete sitting area. No picnic table.
Many activities (possible) during the day and almost every night live music / entertainment in the main building.
Large outdoor and indoor swimming pool and very large hot tub. All very clean.
The restrooms (only situated in the main building) are clean.
There are numerous washing machines ($1.25) and dryers ($0.75) available. Own postbox offered at no charge at the post office.
One disadvantage: garbage is collected only twice a week and there is no dumpster in the park. For park model owners this will be no problem, but we had trouble storing our garbage until collection day.
Cable signal quality is reasonable and park Wi-Fi is offered by LinkNGo. One hour free per day at your site, free in the main building. Otherwise $14 per week, $30 per month.
We stayed much longer in this park than originally planned! - Bluesbirdy
Mar 2014 - $45.00
A very nice park. Lots of snow birders but good amount of RVers as well. Lots of activities and very friendly residents. Some residents reported outside pool was green but we didn't visit. Hook ups are at rear of sites so bring longer hose and/or cords. Great 'off-leash, dark park but observe no pet areas. Strict 10MPH speed limit in park--many walkers and bikes. We checked in early Sat am and gate security attendant took us to our site, helped us pull through, and asked next site resident to move their car so we had a wide berth entrance. We really appreciated the 24 hr gate security. About 1/2 mile from Hwy 60 so easy access. Accepts Good Sam only on daily rate but weekly rate beats that. More spacious than another parks down the road and would definitely stay here again. - texasgal54
Feb 2012 - $37.00
This park is mostly park models. There are only a few rows available for RV's. This is not a pet friendly park. The spaces for the pet area are at the far back of the resort. You are not allowed to walk your pet outside of this area. To walk outside of the park, you need to drive your pet through the non-pet area. They have a small dog run area. People were very friendly. Sites are a bit tight for getting into. You have to go up a 3 foot hill to get into them. Resort is convenient to flea market, shopping, and Superstition Mountains. - nanbur
Oct 2013 - $25.00
Security is cameras with infrared and the manager with his dog, Iggy. Close to a Walmart, McDonalds, and Starbucks, and 15 minutes from Mesa Swap Meet. Great laundry room. No public restrooms or showers. The roads are paved, the sites are gravel with a cement patio. Utilities are conveniently placed in relation to the RV. Water pressure is good. TV antennae pulls in enough channels for a variety of shows. Small park, trees are here, not very old though, so shade is at a minimum. - 3-4theroad
Sep 2015 - $38.00
This is not the usual overnight stop, but it worked for us. The folks were very nice and the resort is immaculate. Sites are flat, gravel with concrete patios. There is a shaded, gravel dog run that is quite spacious. The Tengo internet was not working while we were there. Most folks winter here. There are some park models but camp vehicles predominate. - Dreaming
Feb 2013 - $25.00
This is a beautiful park sure to be filled almost entirely with winter visitors from the north country. The park is pretty new, and all of the facilities are more than adequate. There are lots of activities available, and the winter residents are very friendly. This park is a winter destination park where almost all of the RVs are parked for the entire wintertime. They have been erecting park models here at a rapid pace, but most spaces are still occupied by RVs. You will need to make reservations way ahead of your planned stay since there are very few unoccupied spaces in the park during the season. The park office closes at 3 PM so plan your arrival accordingly. The cost of our stay is based on the monthly cost since we stayed two months. We would stay here again. - Kent and Margaret
Nov 2011 - $17.00
We booked at this park with an annual membership, which is $3000 (it comes to $500/month for six months). Due to personal reasons we left after three months. This park is lovely, clean and fairly new. The managers are pleasant and helpful. The park is in a round shape with an inner road and and outer one. There is a nice recreation hall, swimming pool area, barbecue and table area, library, billiard room with one table, and an exercise room. All are excellent, except the exercise room, which looks like a token gesture more than anything. It's only about 10' x 10' in size. Otherwise it is an excellent park. The location is Apache Junction, and if you like to walk in the desert, it is close. There is a good view of the Superstition mountains to the east. This is the type of park that has winter-long visitors, and there are quite a few activities going on. Other than the personal reasons that will not bring us back, we would stay here again. - Alison Gilmour
Dec 2015 - $14.00
Santa Fe is a spotless RV park. There is a good mix of 5th wheels, motorhomes and park models. The managers are very friendly and helpful, as are many of the residents. The park is kept spotless and is on the outskirts of Apache Junction, but handy to shopping and activities. - IslandWest
Nov 2014 - $13.00
Very nice quiet park. Very large gravel sites with a concrete pad. Have stayed here twice and will stay here again. Nice friendly managers and tenants. - 2Happy_Campers
Apr 2014 - $13.00
This is a Passport America park and we paid $13.50 a night for 3 nights. It is one of the nicest parks we have been in during our travels the last 4 years. It is clean, well maintained, the managers are friendly, the sites are level and there is room between you and the next person. Great places to shop for fresh fruit and veggies at the Superstition Market. If you want a treat take in the Arizona Opry for either a lunch or dinner show. It was so much fun and there are 14 different shows. We will go back and recommend it to our friends. - rolling homeless
Feb 2016 - $20.00
This is one of many "snow-bird" parks in Apache Junction. The park is small with paved streets and nice size level sites. This is a long term park with mostly park models. Our friends are staying here for 3 months and we visited for 4 days. The residents were friendly - the man in the office was brisk and short but accommodating. There is a charge for the wi-fi but the Verizon LTE was very strong and OTA TV was good. This park is very clean and the park models are well kept and not at all junky. This is not an overnight park but would be good for a longer stay. The rate quoted is the Passport America rate which has no restrictions. - lyzzards
Dec 2015 - $14.00
Friendly staff & neighbors. Beautiful, brand new bathrooms & showers. Weekly bingo, Sunday services, many activities scheduled. Nice, roomy, card operated laundry. Pool. Dog park & 1/4 mile walking track. Recycling bin & solar panels. Quiet. Mountain view. Close to everything. - KKAmidon
Jan 2015 - $17.00
Internal roads are paved, sites are fairly level and not too hard to back a 5th wheel into, facilities worked well and are located at the back of the site, site was satellite friendly. Staff were very friendly, park WiFi worked well, T-Mobile cell service was fair (3G). The park was very quiet. The majority are permanent residents but were friendly. We would stay here again. - KDSpree
Oct 2014 - $24.00
This is a nice park with a lot of very friendly permanent residents. The sites are good size, gravel, level, clean, pretty quiet and all sites are back in only. Although cable isn't available we were able to get over fifty digital channels on antenna alone. When we were there the "WiFi" was very slow. Although they allow dogs, there are no places in the park to walk them and park rules request that you walk pets outside the park. They only accept cash or personal check. - coachman28
Apr 2010 - $27.00
I stayed here for a week looking for someplace to possibly spend the winter. It was a nice enough park and I liked the town of Apache Junction. But, I didn't like Happy Days enough to stay long-term. Lots were level and gravel. Pool and hot tub were nice. There were no activities since a lot of the snowbirds had already left. Only one shower, but I never had a problem with it being busy. Shower/bathroom was clean. Office staff was nice. It is an all 50 amp campground, but they gave me an adapter to use. WiFi worked fairly well. My biggest complaint was that I could only get 5 or 6 TV stations using the converter box, and they would fade in and out. - gottacruise
Mar 2010 - $17.00
Park has friendly hosts and a great Wi-Fi. Mostly older park models with snow birds. Easy back in site with full hook ups. No cable TV, but 30 channels from the antenna. The Wi-Fi was good enough to watch TV from our Slingbox. - JimSC
Dec 2015 - $11.00
Stayed at the Lost Dutchman, a mobile home park next door to Blue Star. Both are owned by Sun Communities and Blue Star is the RV Park. Blue Star is being renovated and have no bathrooms, showers, pool, or amenity building and only have some sites usable. They say it might be ready by January.
This review is for the services supplied at Lost Dutchman by Sun Communities.
Check-in was non existent. They knew we were to arrive Friday and no one was available. Office closed, no package containing information including access codes was given. They only offer a RV 50 amp plug, nice to know prior to arrival as a converter is required for 30 amp. They seem to know how to run a mobile home park but must step up the customer service for the RV Guests.
The bathrooms and showers were not cleaned and restocked daily. I mentioned to 3 staff about a dirty stall door and it was never cleaned.
We look forward to the new Blue Star amenities and remodeled Park. We hope they cater to the RV Guest with better customer service than Lost Dutchman. - RDRV
Mar 2015 - $28.00
Smaller older Park. All back in spaces. Check in was laid back, picked from available sites. Most are returning seniors, coming to this park for many, many years. Important to know people are FRIENDLY! I would recommend this park for this reason. New owners have plans to renovate the smaller tighter sites, maybe angle to make back in easier. - RDRV
Mar 2011 - $25.00
VERY friendly staff. Most sites are monthly rentals but there are a few on a daily basis. Very nice clubhouse and laundry facility. It was very windy on the day we were to leave. We asked the owner if we could stay and do our laundry and she let us stay at our site to do the laundry. Lots of birds and critters around. Watched the hummingbirds for a couple of hours. Small convince store next to the park which was reasonably priced. Didn't "gouge" tourists. Would stay here again. - Rick Lechner
Mar 2014 - $15.00
Daily rate based on monthly stay, electricity is an extra charge based on meter-readings. These 20 camping sides are basically added to a large mobile home park and campers can use all park facilities, including very nice pool, hot tub, showers, recreation rooms, etc. Very active 55+ community with bingo, pot-luck and dancing specials. The camp-sides are just long enough to fit a 42Ft RV with 4 slide-outs. Your extra car fits tightly next to the RV but then there is no more space left over to enjoy. Some campers put their car on the gravel main road and stay alert for moving it when new RV's come in or go out. The free Wi-Fi worked very well in the AC cooled entertainment rooms. As an extra bonus they organize (seasonal) tours to pick oranges and grapefruits which you can keep for free. We very much enjoyed our stay and will come back again. - Ockie
Feb 2013 - $38.00
This is a clean park. There's traffic noise during the day. At night it's much quieter, but there's still some noise. Sites are wide, near-level dirt; some have a concrete pad. There are a few high palm trees but no shade. The 30 amp outlet at my site wouldn't fit my cable, so I needed to use a 50 amp to 30 amp adapter. Roads are wide asphalt in good condition, but many vehicles parked partly on the roads reduce the effective width. Staff are friendly and helpful. WiFi is good in the clubhouse and at a few sites very close to the clubhouse. Verizon data service works very well. Laundry: 2 top-loaders ($1.25), 1 front-loader ($1.25), 5 dryers ($1 for 45 minutes); there's also a clothesline. Credit cards are not accepted. - wjzcbn
Jul 2015 - $26.00
Came in on a Monday at about 4:00 PM and was directed to a site. Backed in, put slides out, hooked up electrical. No power. Went to the business operator she was gone so spoke to her son and mentioned there was no power. I was informed that some power pedestals had been shut down for the summer due to lack of customers. They don't want to pay the power company the base fee for meters that aren't being used. The operator's son wasn't sure what pedestals had power and which ones didn't. His only answer was can you wait until my Mom gets back? I advised that wouldn't work as it was hot out and I needed to get the AC on. While he told me he wasn't sure which pedestals had power, "I'm only maintenance" he said. I thought if you were truly maintenance you would know which ones had power. All he could do was get a drop light and plug it into pedestal to see if they worked. The operator told me she was heading to Texas for the week. She left the bathrooms in need of a cleaning and no toilet paper in the men's room. I've stayed here before and it wasn't bad but with this experience I won't stay here again. - allen8106
Mar 2015 - $33.00
We came in late on a Sunday at about 11:30 pm with previously made reservations. My daughter and boy friend arrived about an hour ahead of us in a car. The Resort host had a 5:00 am alarm and wanted to go to bed so she showed the boy friend how to open the gate when we arrived. We had a choice between two different spots. We chose #46. The spot was excellent in location and size. It was a bit difficult to get into but that was because of all the cars and trucks in the way. The resort host was very easy to work with and accommodating. My only real issue with the place was a slight sewer smell from time to time while walking around the property and the very small dog run. The dog run is about 4 feet by 50 feet. The price we paid is a weekly rate divided by six days. Arizona Maverik shares an entrance with another RV Resort/Mobile Home lot with many permanent residents. Overall the facility is clean and well kept. We would definitely stay here again. - allen8106
Feb 2013 - $30.00
Friendly staff, but poor Internet. Expensive for no facilities on site, no pool, no lounge. Pretty basic. We will not return. - John WD Smith
Feb 2016 - $35.00
Although the space was fine, the office manager was extremely rude. I have had a stroke and cannot speak quickly, I understand that this is frustrating to some.
The park itself was pleasant though, no issues. It is a nice atmosphere, very quaint. We stayed 2 nights but probably wouldn't go back. Customer service is important.
The space between lots is spacious, sunny and open. The lots themselves are concrete pads with a patio and picnic table. - Freedomlover
Feb 2013 - $35.00
This park is primarily for long term use. The staff was extremely friendly. They only had a couple of "back ins" when we reserved the site and only had 50 amp service. They did provide a converter so I could use my 30 amp line. This is a "gated" RV park and the gate closes at sunset. It seemed a bit pricey to me, but I am cheap. - Rick Lechner
Jun 2012 - $25.00
This park was wonderful for my husband and I. We only stayed a couple nights but our neighbors were friendly and the park was clean. Someone said the park was a bit older, which is true, but it still has many charming qualities. We loved that it was gated for the added protection. We also have a golden retriever and he was able to run around in the dark park they have which was nice. We will probably stay here again when we make our way back through Arizona. - Niblets811
Oct 2015 - $46.00
First off I wouldn't call this a park, it is definitely a resort.
They have: Poolside Cactus Patio Grill for Lunch and Dinner. Free evening Happy Hours with Live music and food on the Patio Heated Outdoor Pool & Lap Pool, Two Spas and two Steam Rooms. Beauty Salon, nail and pedicure stations, 3 hair stations and two massage rooms. State-of-the-Art Fitness Center with a Personal Trainer available Exercise Classes including a Zumba dance Class etc. Grand Ballroom, Famous World Renowned Celebrities and Entertainers Cal-Am Concert series with renowned national and international entertainers and a National Performing Artist Concert Series. Themed Events Largest Country Store in the Valley Saturday Night Dances, Square, Round, and Line Dancing Tuesday Night Big money Bingo Well equipped PC Computer Lab and Mac Computer Lab with the latest software with classes in the latest technology including I Phone, I Pod, Photo Shop and much, much more. Each has High Speed Internet & FREE Wireless Internet with resort wide (Wi-Fi) Hotspots.
Also several clubs: silversmithing, woodworking, lapidary, pottery, etc. - T&I
Mar 2015 - $25.00
Snowbird park with many activities. Roads are a bit tight but able to maneuver 40ft motor home pulling car without problems. Rangers will assist in parking you. Nice place to spend the winter. Will return next season. - StevenH
Jan 2015 - $25.00
Large basically park-model setup with RVs tucked in where homes haven't been sold. Utilities at the rear of site, and I saw runs of sewer hose up to 40 feet. Wifi is unusable in season, water pressure good, paved roads and crushed stone lots with cement patio and space for parking next to unit. Tons of activities from lapidary to lap pools. Good location on far east end of Mesa. - jbrucemagon
Apr 2013 - $30.00
The park is about 1/2 mile west of the East Valley RV Specialists repair facility on Apache Trail. I had some repair work done there. Address of Western Acres is 10020 E Apache Trail. They have about 10 pull-throughs. There are about 100 spaces in the park. Most spaces are used by full-timers living in lower cost rigs. Lady who runs it is nice. $30 per night was pricey for what you get. She quoted me $395 per month. I don't know if it is more during peak season. I will stay here again if necessary. - bradydane2009
Dec 2015 - $22.00
Great RV Park. Super nice pool areas, lots of activities. Two large grocery stores walking distance. Internet very good at the club house. Staff very friendly. You have to pay extra for garbage, recycling and electric and water when doing the one month. On the other hand no resort fee. 10% off with TT membership since this is an Encore. Recommended! - BasilFawlty
Mar 2015 - $52.00
This has been the worst parks we've stayed in for some time. Very expensive ($53.42 x 16 nights) with poor services. A back-in gravel pad with deep tire ruts from the last person who sunk in, poorly placed services that we could barely reach, and full trashcans not due to be emptied for another week (2 weeks for recycle). The site was barren gravel with no grass, patio, or table. If we were not here to visit friends who just bought a park model here, I'd would have moved on upon seeing the site. - Ron_H
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Mostly park models with a few rv sites mixed in. We liked this park, it as quiet and the sites were very big. The hook-ups all worked well but it was hard to determine which water hook-up went with the site. Very friendly neighbors and staff. Nice roads but are a little narrow for maneuvering into back in sites if you have a large rig but doable. - dgjg
Apr 2014 - $20.00
There are only back in sites in this park. It is a large park with many permanent park models that the short or overnight stays are in between. There is only WIFI in the library - office area. This park is nicely located close to everything from hiking to shopping. I would give it a higher rating except for the WIFI situation. - Idletime
Mar 2014 - $58.00
This is a 55+ adult gated community with limited number of RV spaces located on the very east side of Mesa close to the 202, grocery stores, and golf courses. It caters more to the long term residents (ex. a $10 non-refundable gate card). Two sides of the park border on busy streets, so the road noise can be annoying. Streets are wide and well-lit. Showers and washrooms adjoining the club house were relatively clean (except for one particular weekend). Wi-Fi access is available only in/near the club house/library. 2 of the 6 computers and the printer located in the library did not work. In spite of a sign indicating they would be repaired soon, that didn’t happen during our stay. The advertised free phone was limited to local calls only. Even though there was a sign above the phone indicating outgoing 800 calls were also OK, this was not the case. When this was pointed out to the friendly office staff, no corrective action was taken. The pool water temperature was overly warm so not all that refreshing on a hot day. Since this is a very large park and if you occupy a site at the far end, walking to/from the showers/pool can take a while. We stayed for two weeks (two-for-one deal for first time visitors) which lowered the daily rate to $22. I doubt whether we would stay in this park again. - Richard B
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Nothing fancy but has a pool, laundry room and wifi. We stayed a week for 150.00 including electricity. The pool was clean, the office girl was very nice and the maintenance man helped me change my power cord. I would stay here again. No frills but quiet and friendly neighbors. - Freedomlover
Feb 2015 - $35.00
We pulled in at night. pulled into our spot. Woke up the next morning realizing we were surrounded by weeds 2 to 3 foot high. The ground around us was Littered with trash. Pool did not look like it was maintained and jacuzzi was falling apart. Spoke to the maintenance man he said he would clean our space but never did. Manager acted like she didn't care or could not be bothered. So we left. Would I stay again? NO and I suggest no one does. Horrible conditions. - Lieut Col Weiss
Feb 2015 - $35.00
Nothing fancy, but park was quiet and clean. Pool & spa were nice, showers were clean. Didn't use the laundry room or the mail service. Small place to hit golf balls and a small dog park. Dog park was small and all the way in the back of the park, a bit of a walk. Manager was nice and helpful. Didn't need maintenance but he offered if we needed anything. We stayed a month and will be going back next year for a month or two. they have a few activities that were always very casual and welcoming. Great neighbors mostly. No issues. - Alex Williams
Nov 2009 - $18.00
We stayed at Silveridge from Nov 1-09 to Jan 25-10 and paid $500/month plus power which worked out to about $70/month. This park was completely upgraded over the past two years and suited more for long term stays but they did have a special offering one free week if you stayed for two. About 60% are park models but the RV sites are large with lots of room to park your vehicle on a concrete pad next to your rig. It has all the amenities of a large +55 RV resort which are new with the upgrading. It is close to Costco and has easy access off the 202. We went there because we knew people at Silveridge and will be staying 6 months next October. - Ron Brown
Feb 2008 - $40.00
This could be a "10" park if they kept it up better. Shower room was not cleaned over the weekend, and not very well during the week either. Most of the facilities are fairly nice, with lots of variety (nice library, tennis, pool and spa, silver smithing, carpentry, billiards, etc) but aging: much like the population here. Residents seem mostly in the 70s, long-timers from the Midwest. RVs are spread around the perimeter and ignored. Front desk staff didn't bother to tell us about free Wi-Fi from sites nor small grassy area for dogs: just to go to the back gate and use the gravel walk out there. Forgot to give us the combo info too, til asked about a key. Went to a football party but residents kept to themselves, not friendly to outsiders. Fairly quiet park, no road noise even though you can see the freeway in the back. OK place, but not worth $40. - Annie's Song
Feb 2006 - $15.00
Wifi is free in the club house; we were here on a pay for 1 wk get 1 wk free; mostly a park model community but still lots of RV spaces; friendly people; lots of activities, all paved streets, 55 channel cable TV but no picnic table and no fenced dog run but all in all a very very nice park. I couldn't give it less than a 10 even without these things. There is a dog walk area but it's on a back street outside the park. A 55+ park. Close to all kinds of shopping and restaurants. - Sandra
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a nicely designed and constructed facility that unfortunately gets only minimal if any maintenance. Pool paint peeling, no soap in bathroom, locks don't work, office staff does not care if you are there or not. If it breaks around here it stays broken. I must thank the employees who warned me about the restaurants in the casino. I hear that the steak house is better. Don't loan your partner your free players card. They may accuse her of being a thief! Won't be back, sadly. - paulg
Apr 2015 - $10.00
Rate was for dry camping. Either for dry camping or with full hookups, this place is overpriced. It's not so much an RV park as an RV parking lot. The customer service was very friendly but somewhat inept. - KAP99
Mar 2015 - $27.00
We were there for a Pow Wow and had a wonderful three day stay. The camp ground is very clean. The staff is very friendly and professional. There are staff members that make rounds during the day and night time hours. I will stay here again. Nice place. - Walter Pfiitze
Dec 2015 - $65.00
We have been staying here for the past seven years for a few weeks at a time. It used to be beautiful; the grounds used to be well-maintained; the staff used to be friendly; the activities used to be abundant; and the prices used to be comparable. A different company now manages the park, and everything mentioned above has gone downhill, except for the prices, which have gone up. The golf course greens are brown. The dog parks grass is brown. (Both used to be lush and green.) The foliage in the park--a little orange tree at every site--is overgrown and not maintained, impeding the parking spot at each site (unless you don't mind scratching up the side of your vehicle as you park it). Even when checking in, the office staff was curt, almost to the point of being rude. The positives: the sites are wide and are fairly level. The rv pad is gravel, but there is a concrete pad at each site for parking a tow or extra vehicle. The park does have a few pools and hot tubs as well as various game courts. In a nutshell, a place where we had once considered to be a great possibility for retirement is no longer in the running, and if we did not have family members so close, we would not stay here. - SNWP
Apr 2014 - $38.00
This is basically a park model jungle with a few motorhome spots mixed in. The "motorhome" spots are located at the North end, in the back. I gave this park such a low score because of the unbelievably placed utilities! The placement of the utilities indicates that the "motorhome"section is an "undeveloped" park model section. We have a 42' motorcoach and the sewer connection was literally between our duals in the middle of the coach underneath it. Backing in created quite a challenge as we had to avoid the sewer connection, the water connection and the orange bush that they had planted in front of the lot right where you are trying to back in and right where your door would open for a diesel pusher. Luckily, a neighbor with some snips came to our rescue. He apparently had a similar situation backing in and had purchased some snippers to cut back the orange bush that threatened to scratch our coach. What a nightmare. I can back my husband into most anything, but this was like trying to thread a needle due to the multiple obstacles. I checked out the rest of the park and the pool and hot tub at the north end were quite nice. There was a huge laundry room and work out room. Bathrooms were clean. I did not check out the showers. Lots of "hobby" rooms, ceramics, quilting, silversmithing, library etc. in the main building. All were quite nice. A lot of people apparently return here every year to this park and like it... but when I queried the park staff about the sewer connection, and other odd placement of utilities, they stated that people who returned each year placed their sewer hoses prior to backing in? I am not sure how they accomplished that. But... It doesn't matter. We elected to leave early, without a refund. We will not ever return to this park. A lot of other people enjoy it, however, it was not for us. - AMERICAN EAGLE
Mar 2014 - $35.00
Rate reflects a Passport America discount. This is our second stay at this park and enjoyed it again as much as the first time. This year we were assigned a spot near the front of the park on a street with about 75% park models and 25% RV slots, but everyone was friendly. It is true that backing in can be a challenge due to the orange bush at every site but one of the of the park employees directed us in like a pro so no issue for us. Also, once you are in you are in, so not sure why one of the other reviewers would leave early due to the challenge getting in. The multiple pools and hot tubs are great as are the dog parks within the park. We will come back again. - Bay Area Early retirees
Oct 2015 - $3.00
Stayed both here and at Cholla. Cholla is prettier and the sites better maintained but both are great values. Good 4G Verizon in both. Sites well spaced and the campground was quiet even on the weekend. Plenty of showers and they were very clean and well designed. - mockturtle
Mar 2015 - $6.00
We stay at Windy Hill CG every March or April to coincide with bass spawn in Roosevelt lake. There are multiple loops named after desert animals in the Windy Hill campground. If you plan on using a generator, all of the loops except Coati have quiet time restrictions from 10pm to 8am. If you need to run a generator after those hours, Coati is the only one you are permitted to do so in. There is an exception during the summer months to allow campers to run their generators 24/7 due to the excessive heat and need for A/C.
Several of the loops limit the size of RVs, but don't let that deter you. We stayed in Coati Loop which has a 30 foot limit. However, we set up in a site with our 36 foot FW, and still had enough room to park our truck and a friends car without encroaching on another site or the road.
To camp here, you need to purchase a Tonto pass at a local business. You can also pre purchase your pass on-line so you don't have to hunt down a vendor or arrive after hours. Do a search for "Tonto Pass Online", and you'll see options for purchasing your pass. Failure to display your pass is a $100 fine. You must display a pass immediately upon parking, so don't set up camp, then go looking for a pass. Passes cost $6.00. They can also be purchased for $3.00 if you are 62 or over, or have an Access Pass.
The restrooms and showers were spotless. The showers were a comfortable temperature and they had nice pressure. There are dumpsters located in each loop to collect your trash.
If you are camping here, take the time to go see the Tonto Cliff Dwellings which are very close to the campground. It is a steep hike to get to them, but well worth the effort. - Tucsonjim
Mar 2015 - $3.00
With a senior pass, $3 is perfect. We usually spend two weeks at a time when visiting here, this year we stayed a month, only 14 day stays are allowed during peak season. The scenery is wonderful. This campground is very quiet on the weekdays, but weekends are a different story. This place has solar showers and one-holer flush restrooms....both could use some major cleaning. There is water in various places, you have to look for the spigots recommend you fill up as you drive in. A sign says no hoses to be attached to the water spigots, but it would be impossible to put water in your rig or a jug without a hose.....guess, they just want you to not hook it up to your RV. Also, a poster above said that only 32 feet is allowed, I believe the 32 foot limit is for only the first campground on the right. - simonsrf
Dec 2012 - $25.00
This was our second visit to this park: we stayed for 2 weeks. The park is clean and the residents are very friendly. You can be as busy as you want to be here! You have to subscribe to Wi-Fi through an independent company. The only downside we encountered was the fact we had to place a $200 damage deposit (refunded when we were leaving). I am not sure how you could damage the pad we parked on. - dbfay
Feb 2012 - $30.00
Worst park in Mesa. We had friends that have a trailer in this park and thought it was great. It is not!! They don't have as many activities as other parks, but they do have a bad attitude. The management treats you like second class citizens and so do the owners. You are an outsider and they make sure you know it. Some of the trailers are run down and nasty looking. The security is better at Wal-Mart and much nicer. The head security guy has a Napoleon complex and treats most renters very poorly. The roads are too narrow and the restrooms were nasty. We rented from an older women that was the realty manager: she was terribly rude. What an awful place. I was told the previous review was written by this park's management to get a good review. If you put lipstick on a pig it is still a pig. - turner5050
Feb 2012 - $25.00
We stayed here as our friends are winter residents in the park. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Everyone in the park is very friendly and there are lots of activities. It was nice to see people so active! If we were wanting to settle in one place, this would be one of the top parks we would choose. The only negative of this park would be that pets are not allowed on the street. You have to put them in a cart to take them to the dog area. It does seem a bit drastic, however, we assume that those who do not pick up after their pets have made the implementation of this rule necessary. - dbfay
Feb 2012 - $4.00
The park itself is nice but in the winter many of the sites are closed. Only a small section of the campground is available for camping and people were pretty close. Be careful not to run your generator, even though permissible, as some people will complain. This is the only campground we have ever stayed at where you need to purchase a permit at a store or the ranger station. We arrived after all were closed and checked with the camp host, who could not sell us a permit or take our money. To me this is ridiculous as, with my senior permit, it only cost $4 to camp. We would have wasted twice money in gas to get the permit! I doubt we will camp here again. - Rick Lechner
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a nice Maricopa County Park only a few miles from Mesa AZ. There's quite a lot of space between sites, mostly filled with tall/mature cacti and other desert plants. The back-in sites have their "camping area" (picnic table, fire pit, open space) behind the site instead of next to it. The bath houses are about average, but each has only two men's showers and two women's showers so we sometimes had to wait to take a shower, even though the campground was only half full. There's a short "nature trail" in the campground, and several hikes starting at the trailhead a mile or so from the campground. There's plenty of places to walk dogs, but we also took our dogs into Mesa a few times to the huge and popular dog park there. We enjoyed the large, private sites and the proximity to town/shopping, and will likely stay here again. - LifeRebooted
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is certainly one of the premier parks we stay in all year. We have come here every year since 2001 because we have lots of family in the area. There are lots of activities in the park and many opportunities for hiking and bicycling. Also, there are many geocaches hidden in the park. The sites are well groomed and large. Some may take some careful leveling of your rig. The scenery here is gorgeous. The electricity and water hookups are adequate. Our Verizon cell service was great here. We will be back. - Kent and Margaret
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Close to Mesa AZ with easy access to shopping, restaurants, etc. Great hiking trails in the park. Good Verizon signal for data and cell. - DRFink
Mar 2014 - $35.00
Nice older 55+ park that the management is trying to renovate. Pickle ball courts are nice and well used. The park is installing new shuffleboard courts which we will use on the next trip. Front gate staff woman was not friendly and told only the bad stuff about management. Apparently she didn't like management and was venting at everyone. There is a lot of small town politics going on that spreads over to short time visitors. We were there during the Park's Party which was food and games. The Golf Cart Races and game activity were fun. We assumed that we were not included in the party until a resident from Virginia drew us in and made us part of the fun. We will return during the Park's Party next year. - moosewatcher
Apr 2012 - $13.00
This is a fairly new park, and everything looks new and clean. It appears to be more of a winter snowbird park, but had several sites for transients, and we paid the PA rate. Came in after hours, but the friendly and helpful staff came right out to check us in and lead us to our site, which was a back-in, but very large. The near WiFi was being worked on, so we used the system at the clubhouse. The WiFi worked great, and the clubhouse was large and tastefully decorated. We would definitely stay there again. - Full Timers since 2002
Apr 2010 - $24.00
This park is not in Casa Grande as it says: it is several miles southeast. An OK park but the spaces are hard to get in to. All are back in and the streets are narrow. Not a tree in sight in this flat, hot desert area. Some stay year around, some leave their rigs for the summer. Although things were winding down, they still had quite a few activities going on. We were here only 2 nights, so didn't get involved in anything. We did talk to one of our neighbors, who said since they were only here for a month each winter, it was hard to feel part of the activities. Park was very clean. - mgalex
Mar 2011 - $25.00
Typical park model winter home for the area. They rent the empty spots to RV'S and it is pretty close together. This is a friendly clean place and the residents are all nice. Close to shopping and Verizon air card, AT&T and T-Mobile phones all worked well. We would stay here again if needed. Just remember this is a park model retirement resort and not an RV park. The above rate is the weekly rate divided out. - rvman
Jan 2011 - $38.00
With 10 years of using RV parks, this is by far the most friendly we have ever used. It is also the most pet friendly with a large grass pet area, not fenced. It has mostly park models but locals welcome RV'ers. Most residents are from the Northern states or Southern Canada. There are two pools, two shuffle board courts and two club houses. Also one horseshoe area and one small Put-Put golf course. Rec hall offers Plus and C level square dancing. - Andy B.
Mar 2015 - $45.00
This is an older trailer park with a few full hook up sites. Deep loose gravel makes it a bit harder to level or use the lawn chairs. Not big rig friendly, no attended office, occupied by seasonal tenants who take over running things when the manager is nowhere to be found. They do have a pool and hot tub and the grounds are neat and clean. For us, this is a last resort resort! - Beech35p
Mar 2016 - $46.00
Concrete pads, some grass, little shade, wide site but couldn't fit truck on site due to seasonal residents having lots of things around. FHU, back in, 30 & 50 Amp, WiFi at clubhouse, pool, spa, dog park. - jcpjane
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Spaces are larger than most in Mesa. You park on a concrete pad. Park is well kept. Our concerns centered around the park rules. Most rules are ignored by full time residents (about 25% of total spots), thus the others also seem to ignore the rules as well. Examples: walking through occupied spots, no more than 2 (small/medium) dogs per camp site, no bird feeders (other than hummingbird). We saw a full timer with 4 dogs, we saw an Alaskan Malamute (small dog?), the office has bird feeders (thus bird poop on our cars parked under the tree). The pool access is another area of concern. To save money on propane the (supposedly heated) pool is now only open when the air temp is above 72 and then only during the hours of Noon to 5:00 PM. Some days we saw the pool open late at night, other days, it was too cold to use. The hot tub was nice. If this park gets a management team that will follow/enforce the rules, this would be a nice park. Park was working on setting up security cameras as there was some theft recently in the park. This park caters primarily to full time/long term residents. There are a few planned/scheduled activities. The clubhouse has free WiFi. Tengo WiFi is available for purchase. Would recommend not to use Tengo at this park. It is slow. We paid for Tengo but ended up going to the clubhouse with a laptop everyday due to slow Tengo speed. - D-Lo
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Nice small quiet park with very few amenities. We are staying for five months and had to pay in full up front and now I know why. We love swimming and we received an e-mail stating the pool will be open from noon till five PM only when the temperature is 72 or above for the day. We went to the pool yesterday on 11-10-15 and found they dropped the pool temp, which is now cold. Also,they have a small rec room with a pool table which is covered by plywood and junk on top. We will not return.There are a lot of parks in Mesa, so look around before staying here. - Rip
May 2016 - $22.00
The park is immaculate. 24 hour on site security, easy in and out. Site was concrete pad. Great water pressure. The staff was very helpful. When my WiFi would not connect they sent a young man who had it up and running in 5 minutes. Would stay here again. - tazman1953
Mar 2016 - $68.00
Venture Out is not a RV Resort. It is a 55+ retirement community made up of approximately 1500 Park Models with 20 overnight RV sites. Half are backin half are pullthrough sites. The sites are adequate but not very large with nice landscaping between sites. All sites are concrete with a good sized paver brick patio area. There are NO fire pits or picnic tables on the sites. All sites are next to the "Pickle Ball" courts with it's constant noise from early morning to early evening. The utilities are all grouped together on the rear third of the site. There is 48 channel grainy analog cable available and very good OTA reception with approximately 55 channels. The wifi can only be accessed by reconfiguring your computers IP address to match their very much outdated router. If you are not very computer literate you need to bring your own wifi. The parks system is dialup slow. The park is very clean and everyone we met was extremely friendly, however that still does not justify the excessive cost of $68 a night for a pullthrough site. - lllkrob
Mar 2015 - $30.00
We stayed in a large pull-through. Concrete pad and large paving stone patios. Nice landscaping. Sites are angled so neighbours are not on top of you. Convenient bath house with showers if needed. Lots of activities. Two nice pools. People are very friendly and welcoming. There is a park host to give info and make you welcome. Laundry across the street. - mexicolover
Jan 2016 - $45.00
The rated noted here is the daily rate. We pay $1995 for three months. We have stayed here for three months each year for the past nine years. Every year we complain about the WiFi service and every year they say they're working on it. If WiFi is important to you I suggest you go somewhere else. The streets are very narrow so parking can be a little tricky. They do have a nice facility with amenities like billiards, shuffleboard, card rooms, Etc., and the staff is friendly. - chasemcallister
Dec 2014 - $21.00
The RV spot was between two park models, and somewhat tight to get into, but once in there was plenty of space for parking on a large cement area. There is a computer lab with good internet, but the internet from the sites is minimal. There is no cable for temporary people, but we were able to get the main local channels. The shower areas are outside the gate from the pool area and are not open early in the morning and were too far from the area we were assigned to use them. The price quoted was $21./day but it came to $25.65 a day which I assume was taxes, etc. This was $6.00 more than the other Cal Am park we stayed at which was much nicer than this one. - traveling
Mar 2014 - $40.00
This a great winter resort with Many activities, something for everyone. A beautiful heated pool with water aerobics offered six days a week, hot tub, pickle ball courts, tennis courts, pool room, horseshoe pits, and shuffleboard courts to name a few. There's also a sewing and arts and crafts room for park residents. Music on the patio for nightly happy hours and a little restaurant for the days you just don't want to cook. Close to all sorts of shopping and golf courses. It really is a place that offers it all. - User3560
Apr 2015 - $22.00
Large park but more park models than RV's. Lots of older units squeezed between newer ones. Nice features. - Dave and Linda
May 2013 - $20.00
Very nice park. Mostly park models as is the norm for the area. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Wish there was some grass but it is Arizona. Cement and blacktop can get pretty hot for our dogs paws. So walk early AM or evening. Stayed two weeks while visiting relatives. Good value and they have a lot of activities to keep you busy. Close to shopping and restaurants. Would stay again. - Burnsids
Feb 2013 - $20.00
Great park! One of the smaller parks in Mesa. The staff were super friendly and helpful. Very friendly residents that welcomed us to their street parties. Huge number of daily activities to do, daily live music in the common area. Sites are spacious, although too many old park models, which made it look older. Laundry room was cleaned constantly, plenty of machines, but had to use a card for the machines - you can never use the money all up. Not enough pools/jacuzzis for the amount of people there. The washrooms were "gym" style & not enough for the amount people, but loved the washrooms being open 24 hours a day. Internet at the sites was terrible, but in the library it was okay. The park had a real friendly community feel to it. Lots to see and do very close. Many good restaurants and stores near. Rate reflects monthly stay. - Lollyp
Mar 2016 - $46.00
Over 2,000 sites, 2 pools, bars, spas, poolside bistro, etc., etc. If you like acres of wrinkles basking in the sun, this is the place for you. Most of the sites are park models on yearly leases. Corporate RV living at its finest.
Super clean, but also very tight getting in and out. I almost took an awning off of a park model making a turn. Sites are just big enough and not an inch bigger. Limited dog facilities and rigid pet restrictions. - bobcovey
Oct 2015 - $23.00
This is one of several mega "Geezer parks" in Mesa. The grounds are well kept and there are tons of activities, including pickleball, tennis, bocci ball, two swimming pools - you name it. All sites are back-in and typically sandwiched between snow bird trailers, which are parked year round. As previously noted, the citrus trees may pose a parking challenge as this is not your typical campground. Thanks for a previous reviewer's tip regarding the air hose. That is a nice amenity. We've stayed at Val Vista and now this one, and would choose either again. Rate reflects 50% Passport America discount. - CO2RV
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Overall, park was a good value for what we wanted, a place to stay for two nights while we attended events in Tempe.
Best feature was a high-pressure air hose. I checked and adjusted all tires before leaving. Thanks for that nice feature.
Workkamper staff were friendly and helpful but front office staff is clueless about RVs and RV terminology. As we prepared to leave, my 20ft hose didn't reach the pipe so I asked for directions to the dump station. Discovered "dump" to the kid in the front office meant trash dumpster. Park doesn't have dump station. Circled park twice before backing into an empty space with a more convenient sewer pipe. - LM&TinView
May 2015 - $20.00
I stayed here for a week while visiting with family nearby. The park has many amenities, but I only used the laundry, which was very clean and relatively new equipment. This park also has "Park Models" which are in very good shape. I am returning here for the "winter special" this year. Since this was summer and warm many of the RV sites were empty, so lots of room! Each site has a small cement patio between your RV and Vehicle. - RetiredVagabond
Dec 2011 - $17.00
The rate listed was using a monthly rate. This is the second year we stayed in this park. It is an older park that is well kept. It has a limited number of sites for large RVs. We had no problems the first year, but the management has changed its billing policies. We came in in the middle of the month and had intended to leave in the middle of the month three months later. We expected to pay a monthly rate for three months. But the park insisted that it had to charge us the weekly rate ($270 a week)for the last two weeks of our stay or we could pay the monthly rate instead which would be less than the $540 for two weeks). In any case, the result was that we would be overcharged around $270.00. We had a hard time actually getting someone to sit down and talk to us, but when we did, we received no satisfaction. We left shy of a two months stay and will not return. The management company apparently doesn't care much for the park's welfare, and the owners, whoever they are, ought to look into this. When we first arrived, our neighbors were very unhappy about their billing as well, and left earlier than intended. At that time we did not understand, really, what they were talking about. Now we do. - North Dakota
Mar 2011 - $30.00
Very nice and clean park. Great laundry room and pool. Showers are not wheelchair accessible, but management was more than accommodating and allowed us to utilize the pool shower which was wheelchair accessible. Average age of residents around 70 compared to our ages of mid fifties, that was about the only negative. All employees of the park more than helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay here again. Gated, quiet and very convenient. - cherylh
Mar 2016 - $28.00
This park advertises that they are "pet friendly" but in reality they are only "pet tolerant". People with pets, of which they were many, are treated like 2nd class citizens. The office staff seems to be very disorganized and has continual computer issues. This was the second time we'd stayed at this park due to its location but we will not be returning. - jokend
May 2015 - $22.00
Our first couple of days here were great, other then the hookups being on both sides of the RV. We were place by the pool near the office and everything else. We were really enjoying our stay here. Then 2 days later it started every morning around 6:30 am the maintenance workers were by the pool wall talking very loud, I guess drinking coffee. It got to a point where we had to ask them to keep it down. They told us "we did not think anyone was there, that all the rv's were in storage, we will keep it down" The next morning a Saturday by the way, they were at it again talking very loud.
Then we got to walking around for exercise. The people around the RV's were very friendly, but those who are in the permanent type trailers turned away when you walked by them. I actually felt discriminated against because we were not living there.
The office staff were very kind and helpful always smiling. I would recommend people coming here as it is nice. But ask to be place in the RV areas on either side of the Resort. If they want to place you by the pool and you like to sleep late do not bother staying here. - Atlbigjoe
Mar 2015 - $48.00
We have stayed here many times while visiting friends. It is made up predomintly of modular units, with a few scattered open lots. It has everything you need, water, sewer, 50 amp electric. Sites are average size, with slab patios but no tables. Lots of activities going on during the winter/spring season in Mesa. Was told by the office that for next season (Jan, Feb, March 2016) they would be taking reservations for the month only. This will limit those of us who are looking for a short stay. So call in advance to check it out if you are interested. - Sally Chew
Roosevelt, Arizona (map) | (602) 225-5200
Sites: 206 | Latest Rate: $3.00 | 5 Reviews
Oct 2015 - $3.00
I can't think of any reason not to give this campground a'10'. It's beautifully scenic, very quiet (at least during the week when I was there), roads and sites are paved, each roomy site with a ramada-roofed metal picnic table and fire ring. Many, if not most, sites overlook the lake. There is a well-maintained gravel walking trail around the campground. If there was anything negative about it, it was the awkward way one has to purchase daily passes (one for each day and cannot be purchased onsite). Would definitely return here again and again. - mockturtle
Aug 2015 - $6.00
Springbreak with our Granddaughter. Kayaking ease in/out with boat ramp and beach. Not too crowded. The shade ramadas are a bonus along with campsite picnic tables, fire rings, and grills. Family friendly with playgrounds interspersed throughout. Not too crowded. We normally like waterside camping and push-off-the-beach kayaking...but we're dry campers and enjoy boon docking too! - MXBeachShack
Feb 2012 - $6.00
This is a scenic Tonto National Forest campground on the shore of Roosevelt Lake. There are no hookups. There are water spigots throughout campground. The restroom/shower buildings have flush toilets. They were clean. Showers use solar technology, but water was lukewarm. Loops are paved. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Each site has a shade ramada, metal picnic table, and fire ring/grill combo. We stayed in pull-out site #38 in the Buckhorn Cholla loop. They also have back-in sites. The layout of the different sites is very good. You don’t feel on top of any of your neighbors. The scenery is desert meets water. Mountains, including Four Peaks, are in view. Only a few sites have a direct view of Roosevelt Lake. Lake views are an easy, short walk away. There are plenty of trails including ones where you can walk to the lake shore. We will stay here again. - Neil and JoAnn
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
May 2014 - $35.00
We stay here because it is reasonably close to our son in Gilbert. It is mostly long term residents. It is a 55+ community so kids aren't here. Actually not sure what the price is because we arrived after the office was closed and it isn't open on weekends. We were here last year for 5 days and were put in an area for short term. They were too close together so this time having a bigger RV I requested a larger site. Had site #30 which was right by rest rooms and laundry and was perfect. Large patio, plenty of room to park. Will stay again. - Junia
Feb 2015 - $3.00
The whole Salt River Recreation Area which this dry camping area is part of has problems relating to dry camping with RVs. They have shut down two areas where dry camping had been available and so now, this is the only one left where RVs can still park. In cutting costs, they no longer have any park hosts as well and the ranger only drives through evidently not noticing the dumpster overflowing with trash. This place has become crowded and noisy since there is no place left to camp unless you are tent camping. Too bad, this is a beautiful spot. If we stay here again we will drive over first to make sure we can get our rig in due to crowding. - Kent and Margaret
Jan 2015 - $3.00
As the other post say, this location has two large parking lots. There are vault toilets that are kept clean. The park rangers pass through the park several times a day and the local sheriffs pass through at least once. With that said I know of three generators that have been stolen here over the past four years. Why the high rating, simple. The views here are so much better than the large rv parks in Mesa. We enjoy boondocking and having a natural surrounding. If you need to be entertained this is not the place for you. - Silver Tex
Mar 2013 - $6.00
This is two fairly clean, near-level asphalt parking lots. I say fairly clean because of a small amount of broken glass, a few irresponsible dog owners, and a small band of wild horses. There are no specific sites, just pick a spot. It's usually very quiet during quiet hours (10 PM to 6 AM); at other times there can be generators, early anglers, partying, and aircraft noise. Hosts are friendly and helpful. On earlier visits, Verizon data service usually worked well, but during my last stay in 2013 mid-March, data service was very slow when it worked at all. Previous reviews have listed places to buy Tonto passes; they're also sold at the Safeways at 1855 N. Power Rd. and at 9101 E. Baseline. A nature trail starts at the southwest corner of the western (larger) parking lot. - wjzcbn
Apr 2016 - $19.00
This is a very large park which has mostly small mobile homes. We apparently arrived after the season, as their grill and bar were closed for the summer. It has a beautiful pool area with spa (hot tub) outside and another indoor pool with a huge spa (hot tub) inside. Lots of tables, chairs, couches, umbrellas. There is a billiard room with several tables. An enormous laundry room. Lots of craft type areas (some of which were closed). It is close to shopping. The site itself was nothing special, just a slab and sand/dirt. - Gusie
Apr 2016 - $25.00
The bad: This is not an RV Park. Rather, it is over a thousand cramped and crowded Park Model Trailer spots, jammed into narrow streets, with a very very few 'RV' spots (which go for a high premium.). The good: Once you do get in, the park facility itself is very nice, with a huge number activities to enjoy. Our experience: The park is normally full with long term winter guests, but we arrived in mid-April. Non-full time guests are tolerated, and the staff in general are not particularly friendly. Receiving our name badges after a lengthy checkin (name badges!?), we were guided to our spot by a Ranger who did nothing to assist, other than to watch and talk with passersby. If you are in an RV, and given one of the back ins that are normally assigned to the Park Models like we were, be prepared for long electric cable runs to the rear of the spots, and sewer drains literally in the middle rear of the drive, as opposed to on the left or service side of a real RV site. The dog runs are nice and grassy, but can be a very long walk. The power went out for unexplained reasons one afternoon, and did not return until the next day. The WiFi went out at the same time, and never did recover. Prior to the power outage, WiFi was adequate but very very slow (0.4 Mbps up.). No cable TV was offered or available. We scanned about 30 digital OTA channels. - Llando88
Feb 2016 - $25.00
We have travelled the US from Maine to Florida and then across to California and now heading back the same way. Of the 20+ RV Campgrounds this is by far the best. Great entertainment daily, live music, events and several pools and hot tubs. There is a restaurant and bar and easy access to town. Concrete pad for RV and parking. - morgan10
Mar 2016 - $39.00
Park was definitely designed for Park Model Homes. The roads and turns are very tight for Big Rigs (A-Class & 5th Wheel). Spaces were very close together.
Good facilities, lots of activities and plenty of friendly people.
Had the best recycling program we've come across.
WiFi was horrible. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Feb 2016 - $26.00
The $26 a night was for a month stay this included garbage, electric and a good time. The park is full of activities from sports to water activities to ballroom activities it's up to you to get involved if you so desire. But my take on it is that is what you come to the Cal Am park for not only for the experience of staying in the park but also to be part of the park. We have stayed at three of the Cal Am parks here in Mesa and we prefer the Good Life but let me just say this they're all great parks. You are intertwined with modular mobile home models in the park so it's not a traditional RV park Per se but I will say this you don't feel out of place it's not one against the other everybody is very friendly and we got invited to several parties from people that live here six months out of the year or longer.
The dog parks are great I might say this the big dog park right now they've got the sprinkler system out of whack it seems to be getting flooded in the morning probably overwatered. I might suggest that they've got small dog parks throughout the park that can be used if you do not want to utilize the Big dog park. There is also certain sections of the park that do not allow dogs so you don't have to worry about being too far away from a dog park if you have a pet.
The Wi-Fi in the park is pretty much nonexistent probably because there's so many people in the park it was not a problem for us because we have AT&T which works very well.
Your close by to shopping, fuel, golf whatever you need it's at your fingertips basically. Great place to park your RV!! - monaco cruiser
Jan 2016 - $26.00
Very nice resort. 2 pools and 2 spas. Large well equipped work out room. Spaces are not huge but are nice and we'll maintained. Activities galore. Close to everything in the area. Only negative is, you guessed it, the wifi. In a weeks time never was able to get signed on. - terrytckl
Mar 2016 - $32.00
This is a nice little park right in town. We purchased a new RV a stayed here for a week to shake out all the bugs. Many stores, restaurants and RV shops close by. The traffic noise is pretty bad from morning until late evening but it is very quiet at night for sleeping. The owner, Bobby, was very pleasant and helpful. We would stay here again for short term only, a month or less. - Abyss
Oct 2012 - $29.00
We just returned to this park, still with our 40' Alpha which we just cannot part with. We love this quiet little park. The owner greets us and guides us into our spot every time. The guests are almost all winter snowbirds, and all are very nice. Hookups are convenient and our space was large enough for our multiple slides and Jeep. This was just a short trip through, but the weather was nice and we ate outside at the picnic table every night. We will be back any time we are in this area. - RalphOnTheRoad
Feb 2012 - $32.00
Owner was nice. A little close to the main road. Good place for the money. Small size is appealing to me. - bray20252
Feb 2016 - $15.00
Contrary to a previous review there are only about 40% Park Models in the park. RVers are spread out among the existsing Park Models which allows for a good mix of people. The park offers numerous activities and if you are not busy it is really your own fault. The park is situated on the north side of Casa Grande which offers a great location if yopu are travelling into the Phoenix area or the Tuscon area. We arrived mid November and were only going to stay until January but decided to stay until the end of February. We will definitely be back for next year. Rate was based on the three month rate. - JD1040
Dec 2015 - $15.00
This is an older park but well maintained and clean. There are a lot of activities for the older folks, however the swimming pool and hot tub are too small for this park. We had a hard time getting into the pool and hot tub due to being overcrowded.
There are new owners and they are fixing a lot of the broken items and making some changes. Most of the permanent residents feel that the rules do not apply to them. The snowbirds are grouchy and run in cliques. This is not a 55+ park, it is a 70+ park. If you are under 65 you'll be bored here. Also note the local airport is right across the road and its flight path goes right over the park. We stayed here for the winter but we will not stay here again. - Abyss
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Stayed 3 months here and can't recommend it. Noisy with small planes flying over day and night. Mostly full with permanent park models and they could care less about people staying lesser amount of time. Sites are mostly blindside back-ins, long and narrow, hard to get into. Better take a picture of the electric meter if you are staying long enough to pay for electric. They charge whatever they feel like you should pay for electric. - Portisha
Feb 2010 - $42.00
This is a large scale park-model community that has empty (usable) RV sites scattered throughout. It's hard to get a count of how many sites are available for travelers. The place is immaculate. It's a 55+ "community" so there are lots of activities for senior citizens. We don't need anything like that, but we're happy to be here in a clean, comfortable site with all working utilities. We were escorted to our site by a man in a golf cart who directed me while I backed in. He did a decent job. The park is dotted with orange trees, but they aren't really "shade" trees. You'll depend on your awning. The Wi-Fi is in the clubhouse. Though it's usable in some close-in sites, it should not be depended on for in-rig use. There is a cable-tv cable, but one needs to be on a long term stay, so you can have the cable company turn it on (at your expense.) We were glad to get a site here, as Mesa/Phoenix in the winter is hard to visit at the spur of the moment. - Ed Greenberg
Apr 2016 - $22.00
The rate of $22 per day is based on the monthly rate we paid for 30-days between March 14-April 14, 2016. This is a huge "snowbird park" in Mesa and this was our 8th or 9th year staying in the park during spring training. The park is probably 50-50 between park models and wheeled RVs. Most of the sites are at least 40' long (gravel) with concrete patios. Toads and tow vehicles are parked on an adjacent patio extension. The vast majority of the sites are back-in with a small number of pull-thrus. Most of the pull-thru sites are asphalt with maybe half-a-dozen dirt. Each site is full hookup with 20/30/50 amp, water, sewer, cable and wifi. Electric is included in the daily/weekly rate and is metered with the monthly rate. The wifi is just ok due to the load. Satellite TV users will have a clear view of the sky. An RV may find itself parked next to another RV or a park model. Most of the sites are pretty close together although some are wider than they are deep (called 'casitas'). The park provides parking assistance due to the close quarters. The streets are paved and in good repair. The biggest rigs will have no problem navigating the turns. Each site has a mailbox and residents can have mail sent to their site. (the office says they will not accept or hold mail or packages). During our stay we had packages delivered by UPS and FedEx.
Pets are permitted but only in some areas of the park although you can walk your dog anywhere in the park. There are about half a dozen pet exercise areas most of them small but there is a huge fenced pet area in the NW corner of the park. The park has multiple pools, shower houses and laundry facilities all of which are 1st class. There is a large rec area with pool tables, card rooms and all sorts of organized activities during snowbird season. The staff and most of the seasonal/year round residents are friendly and helpful. The park is located very close to all sorts of shopping and services. - rk911
Feb 2016 - $28.00
Rate was based on staying more than 30 days. Electricity is charged separately. Flat, level, gravel, back in site. I was in the dog section. Each site has a concrete patio to park on. There are no tables or other services provided. WI-FI was free and the speed depended on the time of day it was used. Laundry rooms were large and clean. There are many activities available if you wish to participate. The park was relatively noisy due to sirens and traffic on surrounding roads. The park was convenient to visit spring training baseball stadiums. - travelcouple
Jan 2016 - $8.00
Rate reflects yearly 3,000 payment decided by 365 days. We required a home base for our trailer as we travelled weeks at a time. A week after we signed for the year, the owner sold to Thousand Trails and the overall experience at this 1400+ rv "resort" took a step down overall. Almost all of the "workampers" did not return for 2016 due to mgmt issues with pay and work schedules. There are two very nice pools and four hot tubs in the main clubhouse area. About every ten days the water in the park would be shut down without warning for about 30 mins or so.
Every Sat morning there is a wonderful and large craft bazar and a very popular and largely attended Bingo that same night. The main clubhouse cafe served many lunches and dinners during the week that were of good quality and reasonably priced.
There are many and very well maintained shuffle boards and about 16 immaculate pool tables at the main clubhouse. Very good wifi and cable as well. - Robertg7
Jan 2016 - $24.00
We stayed here for the entire months of January and February. The $24 a night price reflects the monthly rate plus the flat-rate electricity (unusual, as other places we've stayed at month-at-a-time bill you for actual usage).
Palm Gardens has a "low-end" section called The Village, which is where many of the RVs and single-wide trailers are located. It's convenient to the south clubhouse / pool, but also close to Lindsay Rd. which is noisy. Still, we had plenty of room to get our rig in and out plus to park our toad. We liked that CenturyLink provides short-term DSL service to the site, which was a win-win for us. Less for our cell minutes, and true broadband for streaming Netflix, etc.
You enter only on Main, but can exit either on Main or on Lindsay. Post office is adjacent to park, Fry's grocery /gas a block away, Camping World a few blocks away, Walmart a few miles away, ditto for Costco.
Mail delivery is right to your site, which is nice.
Not as many amenities as the Cal-Am resorts we've stayed in, but it is a nice place to stay, and if we returned to Mesa, we'd probably stay here again. - coffeetime
Dec 2013 - $23.00
Clean park, mostly a manufactured home park vs. an RV park. RV sites seemed to be primarily occupied by long term residents. Very clean and neat. Price reflects Passport America discount for a week, plus 2 days at the regular rate. WiFi did not work in our section of the park. Verizon JetPack worked well. We were put in a site between 2 single wide trailers; very quiet location, much quieter than the RV section that was close to a busy street. Laundry facilities were about the cleanest we've seen at any RV park with plenty of machines and reasonable prices. - DRFink
Oct 2011 - $30.00
First the good. Park is very clean and well maintained with 2 nice pools, hot tub, and great weather. Gated and secure. Staff friendly and helpful. Pet friendly but no designated pet areas (supposed to be coming). Urban park with lots of shopping and RV repair close by. Sites are gravel and level. Some easy to get into and some not so easy. Many RV parks along this street. Be aware though: if you are looking for a fun "social RV setting", look elsewhere. This park is mostly park models with RV's stuck in wherever there is an open space. They are slowly phasing out RVs. Average age here is 70+ returning sno-birds with golf carts who all know each other, so, not a lot of interaction with younger (55+) temporary RVers. Very quiet. Don't hardly ever see anyone out, but that may change as more "birds" show up. Also, they do not go by what PA says in their book, price wise. They charge more, so call for price. Seemed a little like "bait and switch" to me, but to be fair, their monthly fees were the most reasonable in the area. We stayed a week. Wi-Fi was very slow and intermittent. Nice park, just not our thing socially. While we were here, we took two days and checked out most of the parks here and in Apache Junction. With the exception of some being maintained better that others, they were all pretty much the same. Lots of elderly folks, sno-birds, golf carts, and LOTS of park model sales. That seems to be the theme here. - Retired CSI Guy
Feb 2016 - $25.00
Stayed for a few nights to visit friends. We had reserved, otherwise the park was full. The sewer and electricity were at the back of the site and water was halfway. We were in a back in site. The sites are offset so you are looking out at the other persons vehicle and not his camper. Laundry is a deal with $1. wash and .75 dry. It is a quiet park with some noise from a small airport. - BigR
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Rate is for a back-in, full hookup, 50 amp gravel site with a concrete patio pad. Park roads are paved. Satellite reception was good. Verizon cell/MiFi reception was good. The park has two sections; the back section is for permanent residents and the front section is for others. This is an okay park for an overnight stay, but there is quite a bit of road noise day and night. - Dave51
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Lucked out with a very spacious "premium" site. Gravel with concrete patio. Sewer connection was conveniently in the middle, water and electric far back corner. Huge park, long distances between facilities and sites. No wifi in the park, AT&T cellular phone and data was weak but useable. "High speed internet" said to be available in library, but it was anything but high speed- almost glacial. Seems focused on long term residents, of whom there are many. No picnic table. Trash picked up 2x/week from site, did not see trash bins anywhere. - SW Rick
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is an outstanding RV park. A snowbird park on a golf course, all the activities you can stand, a true resort. We were here for an Allegro Club rally, one of the multitudes of rallies hosted here every year. - rvrrat520
Mar 2016 - $35.00
I agree with others about the easy check in, the cleanliness etc. However the internet is the downfall. I thought that I was back in the 990's having to go to the public buildings to get internet. The other option is once you check in call Dish and have them bring you a router for about $40.00 and wait a week for them to show up and then pay about $40.00 a month for the service. Not very practical for anyone unless you are long term. Verizon hot spot was not good either as at best we only had two bars so it was quite slow. We do not stream but sometimes it seemed like we had dialup again. In a resort this nice I would have thought it would have a picnic table also. While this was a nice resort we would not stay again as we do need good internet. - hwayne
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
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
Apr 2015 - $28.00
Stayed here for one week. The park is small with only 15 sites but it was quiet (except for occasional motorcycle noise from the shop next door). Our site #10 was a back in site and had plenty of room with our 36 ft mo