4 Parks near Winslow, Arizona
May 2011 - $16.00
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
May 2006 - $15.00
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
Sep 2005 - $17.00
Good overnight stop only. Good hook-ups for the rate. Gravel. I don't believe they had restrooms or showers. - woodallmd
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We really enjoyed our overnight here, and thanks to this site for listing it. We typically stay at those yucky overnighter RV parks when cruising I-40 through here, so this was a great alternative, though slightly more expensive at $25. It's a bit of a drive off I-40 and all the way down the park roads to get here, but we found it worthwhile. We had to go even farther out of the way to get to the visitors center to pay the fee. The camp has 42 very spacious state park style sites, most with views of the surrounding grasslands and San Francisco Peaks. Water and electric utilities are on the opposite side but small RV's can easily turn around if necessary. We carry extensions, and since there's no sewer hookup (there is a dump station) that's no problem for us. Our 50-amp pull through was level, but we could see other sites were not as level; all have a picnic table and fire ring. There are some critters here; lots of anthills at our site, made us wonder how long it would take for them to make their way inside, and the ranger warned to carry a flashlight at night since snakes (including rattlers) like the warmth of the roads, especially at night. But that's Arizona. At 4,900 feet it can be warmer than Flagstaff, and it was 90F when we stayed on a late September weekday when the camp was about half full. There was no one using the park roads, however, and we enjoyed a 5-mile bike ride out to the Homolovi II ruins with expansive vistas of the surrounding grasslands. Roads have large expansion cracks at regular intervals (a few were repaired) so those with skinny tires may not like riding here. In our 14 miles of riding we encountered one car on the road, and one sidewinder crossed the road in front of me. October is apparently a busier month. Ruins are mostly rubble, so use your imagination with help of interpretive signs and visitor center displays. It's still fascinating and spiritual here. Verizon 4G worked fine, satellite good, but no antenna TV. - enCYCLEpedia
Sep 2015 - $25.00
A peaceful, quiet, secluded, and spacious campground just a couple of miles north of the Interstate. Our first evening we enjoyed a "star party", which was well attended by astronomy buffs as well as little-ones relishing a chance to stay up late.
As previously mentioned, hook ups are on the wrong side. This didn't present a problem as we carry extensions for everything. $25 seemed a bit pricy for not having septic hook up, but that said, showers and restrooms were excellent, clean, and ample.
Staff was friendly and VERY understanding and accommodating when we suffered a mechanical issue and were unable to vacate our site once our reservation expired.
The visitor center and ruins sites are respectful and well presented.
Eagles (music) fans must check out "Standin' on the Corner Park" in Winslow, fashioned after their song "Take It Easy." Well worth a side trip to town.
This is a clean and well managed AZ state park, and we would stay here again. - CO2RV
Aug 2015 - $25.00
What a pleasant supprise. Stayed in a pull through. Water and electric on wrong side but did not present a problem. Stayed here 2 nights but could have stayed longer. Lots of space between sites. Cool nights - warm days. Stay here and visit "everything". - mdmnkcm
Oct 2015 - $33.00
Long, level site with plenty of room to stay hooked up to the tow vehicle and room for our additional car. Roads within the park are very wide and easy to get around on. The grounds were very well cared for and clean, with the exception of the bathhouse - we used the one nearest the office while we were there, and one shower did not drain at all and there were quite a few bugs and spiders. (We went around 9 pm and that could perhaps have been the reason.) The park is not really close to anything, but there is a store/gas station on site with a pretty good selection of items. We camped here in a 42-ft fifth wheel. - NomadFamily
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Very nice park with wide gravel spaces. Spaces are a bit off level in some areas and the electrical hook up is at the rear of the space. Water and sewer are about 1/3'rd in from the back and located well. Many trees that could block your satellite reception, but do provide shade and privacy. Discounts offered for many organizations and you do get a discount on fuel. My only complaint is the droning noise from the sewer system pump that is a low base and penetrates your coach in an annoying way. We were in space 24 which is close to the unit. If you want peace and quiet don't accept a space near that area. - pndtraveler
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Have stayed here before. Very good and wide pull throughs. Wifi worked great but no cable. We only had one station with the antenna, which was fine. Check in process went smooth. We camped here in a Motorhome. - ob's place
Oct 2013 - $22.00
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
Sep 2011 - $22.00
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
Jun 2010 - $22.00
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