13 RV Parks near Willcox, Arizona
Mar 2017 - $6.00
Overall better quality than many national park sites. Restrooms very clean and with flush toilets. Campground is moderately forested -- cool and semi-private. Sites are a little short but reasonably separated. This seems to be a very popular campground. It was full when we arrived on a Sunday night. - OlderGoat
Dec 2016 - $6.00
When they say that this campground is limited to 29 feet, BELIEVE IT! In fact, at 25 feet we found it tight. It's a nice little campground in the trees that is an adequate place to stay in order to explore the beautiful Chiricahua National Monument. We had some trouble finding a site that we could both fit in and that was level. Luckily there was almost no others there at the time. Quite a bit of shade which would be nice if it was hot out, but not so good for the solar panel. No hookups, but water was available. The restrooms were clean and modern, much nicer than I expected. Verizon signal was very weak. I'd stay again if visiting Chiricahua. - Pdxjoanne
May 2016 - $16.00
This is a National Park campground with clean (although sometimes buggy) restrooms, each with two stalls and a sink. The spots are easy to back into and the site are marked online as to what size trailer or RV can fit in the site. Every site has a table and a grill. The site are well segregated and a few are very private. There is an abundance of wildlife in the area and great views every direction you look. We have stayed there multiple times and will stay there many more times. - DBrewer254
Apr 2017 - $36.00
The hosts here at Lifestyle RV Resort in Willcox, AZ, make you feel right at home! Small park but well maintained. Gravel sites separated by tall, vertical evergreens which may interfere with slides and/or awnings. Pull thru and back in sites. Pull thru site not long enough to maintain hookup to my 18' car hauler trailer but was able to drop in a convenient storage location at campground.
I was able to deploy slides but not main awning. FHU and 50A/30A service. Cable TV and WiFi at each site. Bathrooms and showers with indoor pool!!
Office shares space with a small store for limited convenience items. Safeway close by. Close to train tracks with trains rolling by day and night. Not intrusive enough for me to be a bother though. A restaurant on site but I didn't use it.
New owner plans to install upgrades and improvements! Will only make this park even better!!! If you stay 2 nights, you get 1 free for a 3 night stay!! Just pay $4 for electric. Good Sam discount. So, $36 (with GS disc) × 2 = $72 + $4 (elec) = $76 / 3 (days) = $25.33/day!!! - kihei7
Mar 2016 - $32.00
This is our 2nd time staying here, & seems like alot was cleaned up outside. Some of the same campers were there, I think 1 or 2 were gone from the past, but overall seemed a whole lot cleaner. The pool & hot tub were relaxing, clean, and temps just right. Staff is friendly, & gift store inside office is interesting, with neat things. There weren't any cat smells as before so possibly cats are gone? Pizza Hut delivers, and we still avoided the restaurant as we weren't impressed from the last time there. I peeked in and it hasn't changed. They do make excellent bread though. This is a good place to stop for a day or two while passing through. We would stay here again. - happy2013camper
Oct 2015 - $34.00
We stayed here for 1 night while passing through. ALot of old campers in here with junk around them. It's a gravel lot, with close sites. The showers were very old, need a major update, but were ok. The swimming pool & hot tub are stained on the bottom and walls, but were clean. The restaurant? I wouldn't eat there again. Loaded with dust stuck to the chairs, and other stuff in there. The carpeting is stained, snagged, and needs to be replaced. It's a great place to stop for a night, but not one I would want to stay at long term. Their "dog run" is just a gate out into an open area that isn't fenced in. You have to take your dog past an older rv that has cats all over the place, and you can smell the spray from them. Overall, its an ok stopping place, and clean--just needing alot of TLC. - happy2013camper
Apr 2017 - $36.00
Very nice quiet & clean park. Large spaces, lots of privacy, no Interstate noise, showers have great water pressure and wonderful hot water. Pet friendly with dog run. Wonderful and friendly rv park employees. This rv resort also has an indoor swimming pool and indoor hotub, along with a complete fitness center, all free of charge during your stay. - Bella07
Apr 2017 - $30.00
This is a nice campground with easy access off of the interstate 10. Pull-through sites are large enough to leave the tow car connected. Management is very accomodating. - LK23
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Nice, clean park. Friendly check-in service. Since the park is right next to busy I-10, you may want to ask for a spot as far away from the freeway as possible. All gravel sites, mostly pull-throughs. Sites are long enough, it's not necessary to disconnect tow vehicles (or toads, either). Nice place to overnight. - boardman
Jan 2017 - $30.00
This park is located conveniently adjacent to I-10 in Willcox, AZ. The driveways and site pads are gravel will full hook ups (50 amp electric), cable, picnic table and WiFi. Everything worked well except that WiFi would disappear frequently. The bathrooms and the entire park are super clean. Good service, good location and a reasonable price. We paid $30 per night with Good Sam Discount. - Coopsecondact
Dec 2016 - $18.00
Stayed here overnight. Very neat, clean and level long pull thru sites. It is also a mobile home park so sites are roomy. Will stay here again. - mamaNpapa
Mar 2016 - $29.00
We stayed one night. Park has FHU pull through sites, including good wifi, no cable. Has a bathroom and shower. Sites are good sized and level. Staff was very friendly. We would stay again.
(Lot spacing is spacious and sunny/open. Site surface is gravel and features a picnic table.) - Kathy and Rich
Jan 2016 - $27.00
We used this as an overnight stop traveling I-10. The park is clean and maintained. Best WiFi seen in most places. We arrived after dark, manager met us at the office, and went to site, and provided light and conversation while hooking up, and wanted to make sure we were set for the night before he left. Great service from a very nice man, and we greatly appreciated that. Occasional train comes by, but the park is quiet. Would stay here again, hookup ups are in good repair, and the staff is great. - Randoni
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Overnight stop on a cross country trip at this gem of a park in Willcox. The people were some of the friendliest we have encountered and park perfect for what we needed: a long pull through site with good power and water. The saloon is the bonus! Would definitely stop again if in the area. - Alk9157
Jan 2017 - $20.00
This is the perfect place for an overnight stop. It's quite a value for just $20. The pull through sites are long, level, and easy to access. The park is clean, and the owners are very friendly. Plus, there is a saloon on site. We will be back! - Tipsc
Jan 2016 - $20.00
This is great park just off of I-10. Small park 10 pull throughs, 4 back-ins. They offer horse corrals. There is a full-service bar on-site with various entertainment. Great place for a night or two or more. Very friendly owners. RV sites are gravel with grass area. - cepelfrey
Mar 2017 - $15.00
We could not find anywhere to pay if the lodge wasn't open. There was a group of campers who had just come from a rally who had been convinced by the Grand Ruler to join the Elks. About 50 people followed him back to Wilcox lodge where they were inducted. Water and 30-amp electric worked fine. There is no wifi in the camping area. This is a convenient stop off the interstate. - Melodycthomas
Mar 2017 - $15.00
Probably the best deal in Willcox, if you have to stop there. Must be an elks member. Side by side sites are a little close together, but the park was nearly empty when I visited. Good wifi. No amenities, but decent place to overnight. - KAP99
May 2016 - $15.00
Nice well laid out park with reasonable amount of room between spaces.
Great for a easy overnight stay.
Self check in, and your pick of available space.
Trains a little noisy but not bad considering the $15.00 cost.
We stay here regularly. - happyflyer
Apr 2017 - $22.00
New owners that are sprucing up the rv park some. Redoing the gazebo, some new gravel and pedestals. Very little road noise but on a Saturday morning the trains started about 4 AM and it seemed like one after the other until early AM. I didn't hear any trains Sunday AM. - mrracechaser
Feb 2017 - $22.00
We stayed 3 nights. Our site was big enough (pull through) for both the MH and the tow vehicle. Site was level, gravel and had a picnic table as well. Bathrooms (one male one female) were clean but I was a bit taken aback by the 50 cent shower fee. The owners were attentive and answered multiple questions about places to see and things to do. She checked on us every day to make sure all was working well. The Cable and Electric were fine with lots of cable stations to chose from. The waffles and coffee in the morning was a nice touch as well. If in the are would camp here again. I should say it looked much nicer than the other parks we passed in town momdoc. - momdoc
Feb 2017 - $25.00
There are several RV parks in this town to choose from. This is one of the few that does not back-up to Interstate 10 so road traffic noise is at a minimum. I paid a base rate of $25 after a AAA discount plus extra's for cable & pull-thru brought my total incl. tax to $35. Site was level & there are small trees between most sites. We stayed for one night. - Penfield Pathfinder
May 2017 - $33.00
We had a 50 amp full hookup nice and roomy pull-thru site in front with a picnic table. There is a nice customer lounge and game room next to the office but the best thing about this campground is the owners. So friendly and willing to help with any problems you might have. We hope to return sometime in the future. One of the joys of RVing comes from the people you meet along the way. - Deb Gundlach
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Only stayed here for one night but was impressed as soon as we drove in - clean, tidy, quiet and the office manager was so friendly. Will definitely come back if I am in the area again! - Bev B
Feb 2017 - $36.00
This park is a combination of park models to rent, full-timers and a handful of nightly spaces. We had a pull-through plenty long enough to avoid unhooking. The staff was courteous and friendly, making certain we knew of the amenities the park offers. We could not get the WiFi to work on the computer or the cell phone. The park is convenient for an overnight stop. We have used it previously and would stay again. - rfmscat
Feb 2017 - $14.00
Comfortable, quiet park at a great price with friendly, helpful staff. Wifi was not very dependable and no TV options, so a great place to disconnect. Spaces are pull through and level, improvements are being made throughout the park. No picnic tables and just a few small trees. 2 washers ($1.75) and 3 dryers ($1) are used by guests and town visitors as well... did the job. Constant stream of trains nearby mostly provide background noise as no whistles woke us up. - Cllecr
Dec 2016 - $14.00
We stayed two nights on our way to Phoenix. Sites were gravel but level. Very nice store with great employees. Wi-Fi was spotty. We will stay at Mountain View again when passing through. - rskrbina
Sep 2016 - $16.00
Not a fancy place, but certainly a good place for the price. Registration is in the store on the property and the lady was helpful, pleasant and professional. Utilities are conveniently located, roads are gravel but in great condition, wifi is free and pretty good. It's obvious the owner is working to turn this park into an even nicer place. Fun to see the trains go zinging by (no crossing near, so no whistles). - SeeTheUSA