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12 RV Parks near Willcox, Arizona
Feb 2016 - $35.00
The best feature of this park is the location among the large rocks and boulders of the area, which makes for very interesting walks (that's why I give four stars). The campground itself is dusty dirt and some sites are very unlevel. Fortunately, we checked out our site before going to the office, and asked to change because it was so unlevel. The person said take any site you want. The patio consisted of a very weathered picnic table. Hookups were fine and the wifi was fast. The saloon is only open on Saturday, so on other days there is no place to eat in Dragoon. The RV park was almost empty and the whole ranch seemed "dead". If you like to ride horses, though, this is a place for you. - Dr. John
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Stayed here one night while passing through the area. Called the prior month to ensure we had a site since previous reviews indicated the park stayed busy, also confirmed the day of our arrival. Friendly and efficient check in. Our pull thru site had an unusual orientation but worked for us. Water, sewer, elec worked fine. Very good Wifi. One english speaking TV channel from our antenna. Since we had limited time, we spent a couple of hours walking around the park, very interesting. If possible, stay over on a Saturday night. The Saloon is open on Saturday for food and live music and was very good, one of the highlights of our trip. - threehendersons
May 2014 - $35.00
What a nice surprise! We found a small RV park nestled in a canyon as part of a guest ranch. Our site was on gravel and on a slight incline, surrounded by mesquite and other native trees. Stargazing was incredible. Highway noise was nonexistent. Also, a full service saloon and grill are onsite. The food was very good. We will definitely be back, and perhaps next time, we will have time for a trail ride. - Zaneyboy
Nov 2018 - $20.00
Great park with great music Should stop to see it. Lots of history here with old country music and Judy Hall country singer - Matt_Susan63801
Dec 2016 - $20.00
This is a no-frills park; no trees, wi-fi, or cable TV, just open gravel pull-thru sites. The park is owned by a 90 year old widow lady. She was a country music entertainer in her day and is talkative and friendly. She likes dogs, so the park is pet friendly. The location is convenient and easy on and off at exit 366. - bluesbuff
Jun 2014 - $18.00
Easy on/easy off from I-10. The RR is near by, but the trains don't blow their horns, so trains are not noticeable. All site are pull-throughs. Some of the sites farther away from the office are good for 40' with toad without unhooking. 30 amp power worked good in the 103* heat. No shade. This place is a much older gravel parking lot and the weeds are growing up in places. Good for overnight stay, but not for long term. For $18 we were satisfied with our stay. - A-S_Travels