31 Parks near Blythe, California
Feb 2016 - $37.00
This is an excellent park with huge spaces and a great park to roam with the dogs. The views are spectacular; try to get a spot on the outer rim. The river runs alongside the park. It is super quiet, too. The wi-fi is usually awful -- strong enough all over but hit and miss because too many people are using it at the same time. We have stayed at Mayflower many times. It is a frequent hub for snowbirders who stay for months at a time. There is a discount for a weekly stay and an enormous discount for monthly stays. There are no sewer hookups but the county has a crew of four (!) come by 3 times a week to pump your RV tanks. - beckydmc
Jul 2015 - $16.00
Rate reflects Passport America. Main interior road is paved, roads to sites are grass/dirt, sites are narrow, short and unlevel grass. Park was all but empty, so our overnight in and out was not a problem. Wide open, clean, well maintained campground, adjacent to Colorado River. Utilities worked; no sewer at site - dump station available. Women's toilets were not clean in early morning, but when we checked out, office claimed they had been cleaned just after we attempted to use them. Good park if you want to boat on the river. We would stay again. - LoneWolf
Apr 2014 - $15.00
Rate reflects Passport America Discount. We stayed when the park was not very full. If you came here during their peak season sites would be very close together. Campground is on a grassy field and fairly easy to level. Site were not long enough to leave the truck / trailer attached. This was okay for a one night stopover, but would not be my first choice for a longer stay. Verizon, AT&Tm and Sprint all had very weak coverage for data and phone at this park. - DRFink
Mar 2013 - $10.00
Great place to stay for long term. The people are friendly. The golf course is the main activity, but lots of other things to do. I played bridge 3 times a week. There was bingo, 4 wheeling, biking, other card games, various exercise classes. We will be going back next season. The price is based on a monthly rental. We rented from an owner. - User1213
Nov 2009 - $15.00
This is a great place to stay if you like to golf. It is situated on the Blythe Municipal Golf Course. However, if you do not like to golf, there isn't much else to do in the area. The resort itself is very nice and well maintained. The lots are individually owned and you rent from the owner. The "nightly rate" indicated is based on a monthly rate. Most of the owners/renters are from Canada and so are we. Everyone is very friendly. If you love to shop, this is not the place for you. Not many shops in Blythe but if you are looking for a quiet, clean RV Resort, this is your place. - surefoot
Aug 2016 - $49.00
We've been here a few times and will go back. We like that it's freeway close, but it's REALLY freeway close. Some nights it was hard to sleep with all the loud motorcycles and trucks so close. It's not fancy at all, your basic campground. Quite a few people come for the summer, so a lot of camaraderie among them.
We do really like that they have a GREAT dog run, and are very dog friendly and easy going. We could walk our lab to the nearby beach and she could be off leash chasing the ball into the water for hours.
They have rules and enforce the important ones when necessary, but also use common sense, which is great. Trash was overflowing Monday when we left and grass needed to be mowed, though we did check in an hour early, and they came later to mow, wish they had mowed a little sooner. (No charge for the hour early, which was appreciated by us.)
One hint - The lake is low almost every Friday, so don't count on launching a boat or Jetski on a Friday. By Saturday it's all good. (This is not controlled by the Riveria, just how the river rights go.) Oh, and extra long spots in the pull thrus! Wow!! - Dank
Apr 2016 - $45.00
We got there late--after closing - but someone met us at the front and led us to our campsite. Site was pretty, on grass and very large. Park is located on the Colorado River. We walked down to the water and waded in--beautiful, clear river! - Betty2016
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This is a good place for a stop over, especially if length of space is important. We have a 37' fifth wheel, and no problem pulling into a pull through with truck parked in front, plenty of room left. No concrete pads, but there is somewhat of lawn.
Located on the Colorado River with boat ramp, am sure it could get busy here during summer, weekends and holidays-but employees seem friendly and helpful. Many long term residents scattered throughout park.
Did not use tv, required special equipment from office, but the wifi worked very well and was included in price.
We were in section H-spot 09, which definitely picked up noise from freeway, but did not bother us-we were so tired! There are other pull-thrus on the other end of park which might be good if you are sensitive to road noise.
Have stayed here many times on our way to/from Tucson, and will continue to do so (as long as it stays the way it is now), as it is easy on/off right by the Blythe Agriculture Inspection Station. Although road is a little rough after new off ramp when going west-no fault of the park, but thought I would mention it for information only. - blondeegal
Sep 2013 - $40.00
I called several times for a reservation for a 45 foot motor coach and tow and was not intending to unhook the tow. We were booked for a pull-thru premium site. We had to unhook the tow as the dirt roads were to narrow and bumpy. There were no signs for this RV resort and the trees have grown over the street sign. There were tents packed in all the river front sites, boats and trailers, fifth wheels, and trucks everywhere else. Our premium site was all the way in the back of the park in an open field looking at a scrap pile. It is not big rig friendly nor are the pull-thrus made for big rigs. We could not open any slides due to a tree and a truck parked where it should not be - in our site. When the boaters arrived back to their sites, the loud party continued till after one in the morning. A word to the wise....Pass this one by. - Touring USA
Jan 2011 - $30.00
This is a very quiet park in January. With all the permanent recreational residents with boats and jet skies, it's probably a totally different story in July. We camped in one of the pull through sites in the back. We really enjoyed our stay. Had some great walks along the Colorado River. The facilities were nice, everything worked great. - Nordic Sun
Feb 2010 - $19.00
Nothing special but certainly OK for a stopover. 6 miles off the interstate. If you have a boat or watercraft they have a launch ramp right into their private lagoon and then on to the Colorado river. - User1132
Feb 2016 - $27.00
The passport america discount was the reason we chose the place. As another comment stated, there is confusion as to what is actually the PA discount rate. One night was $22 and the next was $27. I did not ask why. We got a river front site so we were excited. There is a sign that says absolutely no ATV. What a joke. In the morning we were greeted by one very loud blue ATV being driven fast be an older gentleman. Then we were treated to a drunken ATV driver who found it necessary to get into a loud argument with a camper around 3 in the afternoon and thought the entire campground should be desirous of her loud country music. (she was one of the permanent residents). Between 5 and 7 we were treated with yet another group of ATV drivers that were in a contest to see who played the loudest country music about 30 feet from the managers store. Lastly, it is possible to squeal all for tires of an ATV. We heard it several times during the evening hours. We will not be spending another night and recommend anyone seeking some serenity to find someplace else. If they would enforce the ban on ATVs, enforce some kind of lease rule and have someone take control of the noisy crowd then it might be a good place. Until that happens forget it. - Northernneck
May 2015 - $18.00
The price quoted is with a PA discount. I stopped twice, both coming and going and noticed that the prices varied. The charge (w/PA) in the pull-thru area which is water and electric only, was $21.00, but the full-hookup back-in was only $18.00. Not sure if it was a mistake or if they charge more for a pull-thru. On the river with nice tables and benches along the shoreline. Dogs are welcome here and there are mature trees that offer shade in most of the sites. If the road into the park were not so rough, I wouldn't question staying here again. - frmOregon
Mar 2015 - $42.00
We were supposed to stay 3 nights at Hidden Beach Resort. We left after two nights. The camp ground sites available for non- permanent campers were pretty bad. We spent thirty minutes trying to decide which one was the less terrible. We wanted full hook up so staying right by the river was not an option as those sites do not have sewer. We picked one that had decent shade and grass. We had a nice view of an old permanent trailer full of spider webs. The other view was old tarps covering yet another semi-permanent camper. The sewer and water hook up is in the middle of two sites, meaning that since all the sites to the left were taken, we were stuck with using a very long extension for both sewer and water, going through our site. Lucky us, there is an awesome Kmart in Blythe and we didn't have to buy anything in their over priced little store (but that is understandable, these stores are just made for emergencies).
Besides the lame sites, the lame views, there is just nothing to do for kids at all! The water level of the river was too high so there is no way for them to go near the water. The beach is hidden...we didn't find it.
If you have no kiddos, take a front site with the river and enjoy the calm. If you have kids, keep driving to the real beaches, Blythe is a boring farming town with not even a little park for kids to play. The Resort is not fitted for young families. There are no picnic tables, no fire pits.
The staff was courteous. The maintenance guys came right away to trim a branch for us, they were young men doing service for their church and helping out.
Hidden Beaches, we didn't enjoy playing hide and seek the fun! - Muche
Mar 2012 - $44.00
Prior to arriving when I called to verify site I was told they could not find a deposit for me. I informed them that I have a copy of my American Express bill with the charge. They then found my credit. Upon arriving I was charged the weekly rate of $308.00 which I paid, however they did not apply my $49.00 deposit credit. Later in the week when I asked about a refund of my $49.00 deposit they told me it would be applied to my electric bill and the difference refunded. This conversation took place after I waited ten to fifteen minutes for the park employee to get off the phone, she was talking to someone about one of the restaurants in the area it appeared the person on the other end of the line was a friend. I checked the electric meter, it did not move in the week we were there. We left on Sunday and with no one manning the park store I asked a friend with written permission to pick up my deposit, my friend was advised they do not give refunds and they would send my request to corporate. So far no refund. Also the water at my space was fine, but my neighbor's water smelled like sulfur. The water in the showers also had a sulfur smell. The park had crowded spaces and in no way resembled their Web site. Neither myself nor my friends will return. - rimlander
Oct 2011 - $65.00
Just spent 4 days at this resort in site 25F with a near by slip rented for the boat. We had great weather in October. This is a great resort for the family, good General Store, Fuel Dock, Boat ramp, very clean rest rooms. They were starting to get snow birds and the resort in usually full the whole winter so coming early October when it's not too hot works for us. We plan to return next year at the same time. - 06 Crescendo
Feb 2011 - $30.00
Very nice place to stay and priced well. Great views and friendly people. - Drifter
Aug 2014 - $34.00
Stayed a month for $325.00 not including $0.11/ kwh electricity. Our site was fairly large with an attempt at grass on part of it. Trailer parking pad was almost quicksand, difficult to level (blocks and wheels just sink into the soil). Biggest issue is the WiFi system. You are restricted from any type of download or movie-clip viewing. Have to "sign-in" every morning around 7 am which takes forever. Didn't bother with cable TV because we have good satellite reception. Wildlife is mainly hundreds of blackbirds, some cotton-tail rabbits, bats, and coyotes. Best thing was the 50 amp service afforded. - DOSVader
Mar 2010 - $30.00
Park was dirty, dusty with undrinkable water hook ups. Management won't spend any money to upgrade this park. They cater to the summer people, not the snowbirds. Nothing here to keep people returning except for an overnight stay. Internet is off and on. - eaglewarrior68
Feb 2009 - $30.00
This is an older, not very attractive, RV park which consists of dead grass, dirt, and gravel roads. The smell of sewage permeates many areas of the park. Some of the riverside sites are really nice, but most of them and many of the interior sites are rented by people who leave their RV there all year and mostly come to the park on the weekends and in the summer. Many of these RVs are old, in poor repair, and have unsightly storage underneath. The gravel roads create a lot of dust, especially when the full-year renters drive their golf carts, ATVs, and jeeps in and out many times a day. There seems to be an effort to keep the park clean, but the infrastructure does not appear to have been updated in a long time. The park managers are sometimes abrupt and often rude when a problem is brought to their attention. There appears to be a different set of rules for the full-year residents than for others, particularly pertaining to leashing and picking up after pets and quiet hours. On the positive side, we met many friendly people who were spending the winter in the park. The monthly rate does not include electricity, which ran us about $70. WiFi is included in the monthly rate, although it is not always reliable. We would probably not return to this park other than for an occasional overnighter to visit friends. - bigfoot42
Feb 2014 - $50.00
Have parked in this park for 10 years. Has had management problems the last few years. Sewer smell has gotten worse last few years. Fees have increased from 5.00 to 10.00 a day per guest. Overnight parking went from 25.00 to 50.00. Needs some upkeep. Dry and dusty. Will not be returning. - masonjar
Mar 2013 - $25.00
This was a very friendly and hospitable RV park, and we had a wonderful time while there. It is right on the Colorado River with docks and hiking available. The facilities were clean, the area well taken care of, and we were invited to the planned dinner, dance, and breakfast despite the fact we just drove in. We had a wonderful time. Our dog enjoyed the trails along the river. We were a little sad to leave. Recommended highly! - RV and Golf
Sep 2012 - $30.00
Still hot when we got here, but river was nice! Wish the clubhouse was open, but they don't open it until the winter people come in. Some summer folks still here, were real nice and gave us ideas on where to go and things to see. We had planned to stay longer but family emergency, had to leave early. Will come back if possible, but closer to winter. Will recommend. Nice staff and hosts. - Travelin2gether
Feb 2016 - $32.00
I read the other 2 negative reviews and can't understand why they gave such low scores and bad comments about the park. We stayed 1 week and were given a nice (not great) RV site that was wide and long enough for our 36ft. 5th wheel. The roads are paved, the site was gravel but level. Lots of places along the river to walk the dog, laundry and restrooms were clean. The river view sites are the best and the view is great. I am asking for one next trip. My friend has stayed here every winter for the last 5 years, so that tells me if it's good enough to stay all winter, it's good for shorter stays. - AlexB
Feb 2011 - $32.00
This is an older campground located just over the Colorado River from Parker AZ. Mostly seasonal units with a few short term sites available. Since this is an older campground the sites are cramped and only a few could accept larger rigs. The roads are narrow and only one way, they even have one-way traffic treadles to prevent you from going backwards down the one way roads. There is a cement pad and picnic table at most sites. There is also a boat ramp for access to the river. Staff was friendly and helpful. While the campground is OK, with the other options available near Parker I would most likely not stay here again. - HobbyTalk
Jul 2010 - $40.00
I stayed at the Wheel-Er In a few years ago. I don't know if the same owners are still here, but it was the worst weekend of camping ever. We spent our weekend being accused, threatened and harassed by these grumpy people. We has some friends that couldn't spend the whole weekend with us, when it was time for them to leave they drove their car in to load their things. The camping space next to ours was vacant so they parked there for only a few minutes to load their things. Before we could even say goodbye, the lady came over yelling at us to get the car moved or we would be charged for the space we were parked in for only a few minutes. The next day someone let their little dog do it's business in front of the RV on the road. The lady from the campground accused my friend in the space next to me that we failed to clean up after our dog. We had a full size dog with us and we always clean up after our pets. Aside from the fact that it was obvious that this mess was left by a much smaller animal. I am sure that I would never stay at the Wheel-Er In ever again, aside from the fact that it is the most cramped campground I have ever been in. - campingregular
Mar 2011 - $27.00
Any port in a storm - well, not a storm, but a few lost souls who can't read a simple GPS. Saw a sign that said RV Park with an arrow that we dutifully followed to Lazy D. Mostly semi perms, but they moved some cones and we angled into a "spot" with 30 amp, water and sewer. What else do you need? Got a good night's sleep and off to Goodyear. Staff nice - we were parked next to the horseshoe pits, but there was no tourney going on so we were safe. They also have the largest trash cans in the world with people loading them at all hours. Made our deposit before leaving. - Tiny Beast
Nov 2008 - $7.00
We stayed in this park Feb-March and put up with the noise from permanent residents. We left our RV in storage for the summer and were notified prior to our return in November, that it had been broken into and ransacked. We had left no valuables or identity information in the RV; so we were extremely lucky. When we arrived in November we noted that a pry bar had been used to open the door, cabinets and bedding had been searched. We decided we were extremely lucky that nothing of value was here to be stolen. Things went pretty good until Thanksgiving, then after three nights of being kept awake until 3 AM by the full time residents, we reported to the management and were told it doesn't do any good to tell them to stop. Since this park is on the Colorado River Indian Tribe Reservation, they have control over all matters legal or otherwise that goes on at the RV park. They also have a problem with their sewer system, sitting outside is not advised if the wind is in the wrong direction. So, we moved out as fast as we could find another RV Park that didn't have permanent residents. We do not recommend this park under any circumstances. - heartlandks
Mar 2008 - $22.00
We stayed two nights in this park. This mainly is a mobile home full residence park. No cable available where we parked. Owners very pleasant but probably would not stay here again. No place to walk your pet. - Arizona Traveler