Great park! Very clean and well managed. All sites are Southwest style landscaping with small stones, landscape timbers and small trees. They have an ala carte style fee schedule. My rate of $16 was for Camp Club USA, 30 amp and no sewer. I'll stay here whenever I'm passing by. - Paul & betty
This was a decent park no bells and whistles but nice to stay in for a few nights if you are passing through. Manager is a very nice man who loves kids. I would stay here again. No bathrooms and no laundry room. But there are 7 or more laundromats within 5 miles. - Mrs Anne
Good overnight stop only. Good hook-ups for the rate. Gravel. I don't believe they had restrooms or showers. - woodallmd
Excellent place to stay. You are basically camping on a desert plain. The sites are paved, with enough room for your rig and your toad. You can see for miles from your motor home window. We are self contained, so only needed electric. This was the perfect choice of campground for us. OTA television yielded 26 stations. Verizon signal is a very strong 4G...no problem getting on line. - cmgoeke
We enjoyed camping here. It's a pretty desert area and there is a lot of room between spaces. There are a few trees here and there but nothing for shade. You have to go to the visitors center first if you get in before 5 PM to register. You can self-register at the campground if you get in after 5. Kind of backwards, I think, and inconvenient. The price of $25 with no discounts available for seniors or anything else. We did get electric and water hookups which was nice; there is a dump station. We could hear a train going all night, which was a little distracting. At the season we went, there were lots of little stickers in the ground and our dogs got them in their feet and so did we in flip flops. I'm thinking this might be seasonal. There are very nice picnic tables and the spaces are flat and easy to park in - lots of pull-throughs on the outer edges also. If you interested in archeology, you might stay longer but if not, you might not stay too long. We would stay here again. - twestover
I like state parks, especially when sites are spread apart and have a fantastic view, so in spite of this one's needing some tender loving care, I am rating this place highly. Sites are especially wide so that I could park in the middle and walk around on the asphalt even with both slides out. With sites so spread out, it was amazingly quiet here--just far enough from the interstate to be convenient but no noise. Wonderful view from every site! Hopi ruins were worth seeing. Good Verizon service also. Road into the campground has some very rough cracks between sections, but they have repaired the road to the visitor center, so just need to fix this one. I will definitely come back here. - judy_online
6 miles from the Meteor Crater itself, this is an absolutely beautiful little RV park. About 15 - 20 mins into Winslow, AZ, this park is conveniently attached to a big rig-friendly fuel station & convenience store.
I have to admit, we rarely / never use RV park restrooms, but my sister-in-law did. She was so impressed, she had me go look at them! She was right. The restrooms attached to this park are spotless, not to mention VERY well-equipped. Gorgeous!
The sites are immaculate, large, & nicely spaced from your neighbours. There's an off-leash dog park for your furkids, and it's far enough from main roads to be quiet. Yes, we would definitely stay here again. - Kelly S
We have stayed here 2 times in the past and it is nice to see that the park is still nice. We have stayed here once to see the Crater with our boys and twice passing through on the 40 frwy.
Check is was easy and the manager was informative and friendly. We were able to have the pick of the place because of the time of the year we were there. They reminded us about our Good Sam membership and they also gave us some ideas for sights to see in Winslow. We were planning to go there so we could get some photos of us and our HD at the famous spot from the Eagles.
The gates close at night but, we were able to get in with no problem when we returned from our excursions.
The park has a store in the office for some essentials you might need. The restrooms were clean and everything worked properly as well as the utilities at our space. We had no problem getting a satellite and Verizon signal.
We always make it a point to stop here during our travels on the 40 frwy (route 66). - SteelHorseRider
Simple but well cared for park. Rock roads and spaces in very good condition. Very secure behind locked gate. Pull troughs are long and wide and enough room between neighbors. Very nice bathrooms and laundry. Utilities very good as well as WiFi. Quick Mart type place out front for checking in and basic food and other necessities. Five cents a gallon cash back on fuel and the fuel is the least expensive we found on I-40 coming from the west. Nice place, we'd stay again. - rustandmoss
Overnight stopover with 30 amp fairly level gravel site behind gas/store. Attendant very helpful. Big rig with toad pulls along row of hook ups. The remainder of the park is full of permanents. Roads rough in that area. Taking a space just behind the store avoids holes & puts you pretty much on your own. Road noise, so you must keep windows closed. We would take this spot overnight again only if it times out for overnight! - Proud Mary
This park was formerly called Freddies RV Park. It has trash on the ground. The sewer fixtures do not have caps; at best they are covered with plywood boards that blow off in the wind. There is noise from I-40 nearby. Sites are nearly level, a mix of gravel and dirt, have little or no shade, and are short, narrow, and close together. Roads are a mix of gravel and dirt, wide, with many potholes. The office is in the Winslow Fuel gas station at 1 Transcon Lane, Winslow AZ 86047, phone 928 289 9177. Staff are friendly. Verizon data service works well. The rate is with tax; no discounts are offered. Credit cards are accepted. - wjzcbn
We stayed here because there were decent supermarkets for us to stock up as our next stop was for 8 nights and a long ways from shopping. It's basically a gravel lot with hookups, just off exit 255. Take your own paper if you want to use the toilet. Most sites are vacant except for the occasional long term tenant. No credit cards. Self registration is likely. - rvfulltime