3 Parks near Wikieup, Arizona
Apr 2015 - $7.00
Upscale BLM campgound, meaning it has water and a dump station. A few sites are pull through, most are back-in. Getting level was a problem, it took some effort but we finally did get level.
No cell data, no phone service on either ATT or Verizon. Had to drive several miles north to get good signal. Great hiking in the area and many dirt roads to explore. Many are maintained, but others will need high clearance, maybe 4WD. - bobcovey
Feb 2015 - $7.00
We stayed here one night while passing through. The scenery was great and we spotted two bald eagles across from our site. Lots of trails in the area and potable water is available. Great star gazing opportunities. - kcjflea
Feb 2013 - $14.00
This is a nice BLM park. Very scenic and it is very quiet at night. Dry camping only but potable water is available and there is a dump station, too. The campground is down in a canyon along Burro Creek with lots of hiking and exploring opportunities in the area. The roads are a little tight for big rigs, but doable, and some sites may be a little too narrow for slides. We parked and walked the campground first and found a great site for a 36' RV. No cell service at the campground! - americana36
Jun 2013 - $10.00
For $10 with Passport America, this little place is great. Level pull throughs with good voltage electric. Solid Verizon 3G signal. Great WiFi. About 8 over-the-air TV channels. There are a few old trailers that are, no doubt, permanent, but most of the park is empty. It's not a resort park, but it's clean and well worth the price for an overnight stop. There are some lovely specimens of cactus growing here. The restaurant is being remodeled, so we didn't try it. They are selling food from a grease truck while they remodel and they seem to be getting many patrons. - Road Princess
May 2011 - $10.00
I enjoyed the Philly Cheese steak. Most sites are filled with permanent residents. We parked next to an old travel trailer with an ATTACHED carport! Only 3 sites for travelers. Friendly staff. - JCMDT
Jan 2011 - $10.00
We used Passport America for the $10 rate. Some apparent long term parking; management on site. We used it for overnight on way to Phoenix. Did not have to disconnect. Restaurant had good food (burgers, dogs, BBQ, etc. Friendly staff. - User1023
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We stopped off on our way south just to try something else. People in the office/deli were very friendly. Wind was blowing so a little dusty. Site was reasonably level, but tree blocked satellite. Had new 50 amp pedestals. - gdlow
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Wanted a park 1/2 between Las Vegas and Phoenix and this was right in the middle. Very friendly reception. The cafe has homemade pies and a variety of prepackaged ice cream in the freezer. There are 4 overnight pull thrus so if you want a pull thru do call ahead. They gave us great directions: look for the white quonset hut at mile marker 123. The power was good. Had to maneuver between two big trees at the site and couldn't get satellite but neither were a big deal for us especially for just one night. It is close to the road but the noise didn't bother us as it slowed down after dark. Hwy 93 is part of the proposed I11 corridor some parts are 2 lane divided hwy and others are still one lane each way. Access to BLM land at the back of the park for those with ATV's. Would definitely stop again for the convenient location. - mserafin
Jul 2015 - $6.00
Hubby & I will live here approx. 2 months...Everyone here is friendly; the rent is only $200/month; we & our dog LOVE the "rose garden" as well as the Cool Water Cafe...Best RV park we've stayed in (and QUIET).
Our tailer set-up was easy and level. The roads are gravel and sand...Easy to walk. The RV park community has an area for recycling, which impresses us.
They have a very good laundry room, clean restrooms and showers. Free wi-fi is available, too. The water is free and has good pressure. We pay for electricity. Having a wonderful time walking our dog! - SPearson