4 Parks near Tonopah, Arizona
Jan 2016 - $32.00
This place is OK as a overnight but not longer due to an intermittent stench from a huge commercial chicken egg production facility located about 1/2 mile away. The smell will chase you inside your RV.
Full hookup lots, nearby fuel stations with diesel, easy access from I-10, near post office. Nearest shopping is Buckeye (about 20 minutes away) that has a Fry's and Wally World. - Pawbear
Jan 2016 - $32.00
Staff is very friendly & helpful. I didn't reserve and got a site right away in mid December. But be aware, later in the afternoon and weekends the office is closed and there is no way to get in contact with somebody. The location is way out in the desert and there is pretty much nothing around. If you are 4-wheeling, this is a good spot. It's about 50 miles to Phoenix or 30 to Buckeye for shopping. Noise from the Interstate is very muffled and far away. The roads are paved and the setup is nice. There are some trees and palm trees but no green spaces.
Longtimers and daily guests are in different locations. However I haven't seen any RV's in disrepair.
The gravel sites are large enough for big rigs¸ hookups, with water, power, sewer, cable TV were working fine, we were able to pick up the WiFi signal from the computer room, but it was very slow, so I ordered the external solution, which wasn't better at all!
As the park has grown over time, the restrooms, the laundry and the pool might be far away, depending where you are parked. Sometimes, depending on the wind, you can get a bad smell from a nearby chicken farm. There is a pool, a woodworking shop, a computer room and a rec. hall. All is in good repair but shows the age a little bit. We would come back for a shorter term. - CamperAndy
Jan 2016 - $16.00
Our 3rd annual stay here on the way east. No negatives with the exception of an intermittent unpleasant odor from the newly built chicken farm. Can really be a problem when the wind is blowing the wrong way. Otherwise the place is great. - terrytckl
May 2011 - $30.00
The feature of this park is the hot mineral tubs. It is a rustic setting. Soaking is included in the price. Many birds to enjoy. There are nearby restaurants. I have stayed many times to relax and soak away sore muscles. Rooms are also available. - waterwoman
Aug 2016 - $38.00
We showed up after hours but were still greeted by a friendly staffer. We almost bolted because of the smell of a nearby livestock facility. But we were tired, it was hot and we needed the 30 amp hookup, and there aren't any nearby alternatives. The smell was gone the next morning; wind probably shifted. The smell is a shame because this place is spotless! The restrooms and showers were immaculate. We didn't use the pool or the laundry, but everything looked brand new. All the hookups were in excellent condition too. They offer discounts for AAA and Good Sam, but not AARP. Great place for an overnight or so, but that smell would probably discourage me from staying any longer. - SLOman
Aug 2016 - $42.00
Be aware this place no longer takes Good Sam discount.
No cable TV, pool was being worked on, so we could not use.
101 out and no pool. This basically a dusty parking lot with no amenities. No shade. Price not worth the value. We won't be back. They should of at least gave us a discount because the pool was closed. Instead they told us to head down the road if we wanted a pool. - tookie
Apr 2016 - $34.00
This seemed like a very organized and clean park. The staff were friendly and they seemed to keep track of the details to make it nice. The swimming pool area was nice to have, athough it could use some updates. I really liked the laundromat, which had lots of newer dryers. They had a lounge with pool tables and we loved their off-leash dog area. They were still updating the wifi system when we were there, so service could have been better. Lots of rules, though and they enforce them. - RV_Adventurer
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a regional park campground with great desert mountain hiking trails and nearby horseback riding. Truly a camping place, and no seasonal RVers. Huge campsites with picnic tables and fire rings in a nicely cleared personal area. (Rattlesnakes and scorpions seem to stay beyond the rock rimmed campsites. We avoided walking paths to the bath house after dark as rattlers like to wrap themselves around the warm rocks that line the paths.) Amazing views of the White Tank Mountains and overlooking the Valley of the Sun. Easy to get to stores, shops and boutiques in Surprise. Easy access to Goodyear for Spring training games. Sites with sewers may be available if Host sites are not taken, but you'll have to ask, and they add $10 per night. Showers had plenty of space and privacy and were very clean. Campsite water pressure was low but adequate (especially since we showered at the bath house and did not use our washer). Easy in/out at dump station. No Wifi or cable TV, but AT&T cell signal was adequate. Dozens of local antenna channels rcvd from Phoenix, and no problem with satellitte reception on our DISH. No trouble maneuvering or backing in our 40' fifth wheel. Originally we stayed for ten days and returned a few weeks later for another five days. Loved every minute in this quiet, desert retreat. - OH2SD
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Wonderful campsite! Natural desert setting with variety of trees, cactus, shrubs. Large sites, beautiful sunsets and sunrises. Gates close every evening. Water and electric. Only one shower stall but never had to wait. - NanciRV
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Very quiet. Always seems to have spaces. Good hiking. Lovely view from the mountain overlooking Surprise AZ. At night that view is all lit up with street lights, but no noise. Will return. - Johnco