I disagree with other reviews. The staff and owner were very friendly and helpful. They have a winter rate through February. Our rate reflected electricity and water only. The site was level, and they had a very clean shower/restroom. We stayed here last year and will stay here again. Also you get a free cookie on check-in.
This park is primarily for long term use. The staff was extremely friendly. They only had a couple of "back ins" when we reserved the site and only had 50 amp service. They did provide a converter so I could use my 30 amp line. This is a "gated" RV park and the gate closes at sunset. It seemed a bit pricey to me, but I am cheap.
OK for an overnight stay. Small campground but does have pull-throughs that are level. Close to Boyce Thompson Arboretum. Friendly staff. They do have a laundry (get the key) and propane on site. Will stay here again, especially if going to Boyce Thompson or the Renaissance fair.
The park itself is nice but in the winter many of the sites are closed. Only a small section of the campground is available for camping and people were pretty close. Be careful not to run your generator, even though permissible, as some people will complain. This is the only campground we have ever stayed at where you need to purchase a permit at a store or the ranger station. We arrived after all were closed and checked with the camp host, who could not sell us a permit or take our money. To me this is ridiculous as, with my senior permit, it only cost $4 to camp. We would have wasted twice money in gas to get the permit! I doubt we will camp here again.
As others have said, this is a beautiful park. My only complaint is the cost of making a reservation prior to coming. It is $25 if you just show up but every time we have come here the park was full. We needed to camp here so made advanced reservations, which cost an extra five bucks. If you want to camp here, be sure and arrive early to get a site (probably before noon). Even then you may have to park in the overflow for a day or two.
It is a nice little park, old but very friendly hosts. There are a lot of full time residents but we had no problem getting an overnight site. They don't have amenities such as Wi-Fi or TV but MUCH cheaper than the other two RV Campgrounds in town. For about half the cost I was willing to give up Wi-Fi and TV. We would stay here again when going through the area.
Nothing fancy but an OK place to stay for a day or two. We stayed here while visiting Boyce Thompson. Electricity, dump, and water at sites. No TV or Wi-Fi. Very friendly staff. We would stay here again. Have a good week rate so would stay here if we visited Boyce Thompson for an extended period of time.
This is an acceptable campground for an overnight or two. Basically, a graveled parking lot with electric and dump. Level site. We had some work done at Camping World, which is next door. We also went to the races, about 10 miles away. If I had it to do again, I'd check out the race track first as there were about 3 sites open when we got there (only about 8 or so sites with hookups) but it only costs $10/night there - in a parking lot. This campground is well maintained though the manager was a bit "cranky". We'd stay here again if we needed to.
As others have said, the best thing going for it is the location to the Caverns. It was an acceptable campsite, level, with electricity and dump. The managers were friendly and helpful. The fudge in the grocery store was great. We've stayed in lots worse places. The only real negative is the price. Not worth $30 but cheaper than commuting to the further state park which I'd rate an 8+, All in all, we'd stay here again if we visit the Caverns.
Campground is located at the hunting lodge about 2 miles from the Inn of the Mountain Gods Casino. Can dry camp in the casino parking lot for free. "RV park" is a place to stay with hookups. Saw an elk in the morning.
This was an acceptable campsite for a night, but a bit pricey. It was very windy so the staff put us in the lower campground which is normally for long termers. It was not as windy and everything worked (unlike the KOA 10 miles east).
Nice campground for a night's stay. Very friendly staff and a good rate. The site was level and everything worked. There is no cable TV but we got numerous channels with our antenna. WiFi was very good, with a strong signal and good speed. We would stay here again.
This was a totally unacceptable campground for the price. KOA's are normally expensive but this one was outlandish for what you got. The cable TV was turned off for the winter. I complained and got a $5 refund. The clerk was nice & I told him it was not his fault for no TV. The campground is out in the middle of a windy plateau with no ambiance. It is not a pretty place to stay (which is not their fault but should mitigate the price). The area could use improvement ie. pads rather than alkali covered gravel, and maybe plant a few trees. We will never stay there again.
Normal Forest Service campsites. Nice and level, and many campsites to choose from. Many of the loops were closed as not many people here. Only real negative is the lack of a dump site. There is a dump site across the road from the campground, but is only open on Thursdays and Fridays from 1 to 3. That is very poor planning on the Forest Service's part. Most people come in for the weekend and have no place to dump when they leave. I think they could increase the fee and then use the money to build more dump sites! There must have been over 1000 campers at the various campgrounds along the lake. Wouldn't take long to be able to finance a dump site and keep it drained.
VERY friendly staff. Most sites are monthly rentals but there are a few on a daily basis. Very nice clubhouse and laundry facility. It was very windy on the day we were to leave. We asked the owner if we could stay and do our laundry and she let us stay at our site to do the laundry. Lots of birds and critters around. Watched the hummingbirds for a couple of hours. Small convince store next to the park which was reasonably priced. Didn't "gouge" tourists. Would stay here again.
I think the other reviews were a bit harsh. Sure it I'd just a "parking lot" type of park but the TV worked as did the Wi-Fi and there was electric, water, and dump at the site. People in convince store were nice. Gas and propane much cheaper than in Globe. You can also dry camp along the perimeter for $2. All in all I'd stay here again.
I never give a "10" but this park comes close. Excellent sites with electric and if you are lucky, can get one with water really nearby. Sites are gravel but fairly level. Very well laid out and you don't feel cramped by your neighbors. This is a great campground for a base when visiting all the sights in the area. Plan on spending a few days here. Easy access to dump site and water. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. I can think of no negatives with the possible exception of very few restrooms and no showers. However, we never use them anyway so it was no handicap. Good Verizon signal and were able to get on the web with our blackberry, itself, and as a tether for our computers. Great place, highly recommend.
Very friendly people. A very nice park campground. Level sites, most with concrete pad. There is a dump station and water available at the dump station and at various places around the campground (for filling jugs, no hose connections except at dump). We stayed two nights and would stay there again.
Excellent little park. Very friendly staff and nice sites. This campground is centrally located close to many attractions. We went to Tombstone, Riparian area and caves, all within a reasonable distance. The only drawback, which we didn't miss, was no cable TV. This would be an excellent park for extended stays as there is a nice clubhouse and activities within the park. Would recommend and will stay here again.
This is the park campground next to the one with hookups. It is a beautiful little park and great for "boon docking". We got a site that was near a faucet so were able to fill up before leaving. There is also a dump site. Very friendly staff and helpful. Recommend.
Nice older park. We only stayed one night but looks like many stay longer. Very friendly staff. Lots of older trees and shade and could hear frogs and toads. Very friendly 'camp cat' hanging out at the laundry, which was very clean. It is an older park and layer out in a pretty haphazard way but would recommend for an overnight stop after visiting Death Valley.
Very nice campground. Full hookups for a nice price (got 10% Good Sam discount). We stayed facing the golf course and could watch the ducks in front of our RV. Casino is a short walk and there was a rock show in the boon dock area next to the campground. Very friendly staff. Would stay here again.
'Parking Lot' campground but friendly staff and good for a night stay over. If you wanted to stay longer might want a different spot with some trees or grass but the price is good. Would stay overnight again.
This is an entirely paved lot with full hookups and cable TV at each site. It is a great place to "un-winterize" from the north. Very friendly staff. You need to register at the Casablanca but can make reservations at either the Casablanca or the Virgin River. Easy walk to the casino. We stay here each year when we come down from up north. Recommend.
Extremely nice park. Full hookups for $15 with player's card. Wednesdays are buy one get one free on buffet. Very friendly staff and good shuttle from campground to casino. If lucky (as i was) you can actually leave with more money than you came with! Highly recommend.
Nice overnight campground. No amenities but friendly staff and Good Sam discount. Easy on and off Interstate. Make sure to stop at the gas station before going to campground to register. We would stay here again.
For all hook-ups for $10 (escapee's discount) it can't be beat. Nice for an overnight stay. We were there at 4:00 on a Wednesday and got the 2nd to last site. Was full by 4:30. Nothing fancy but no road noise. We had trouble getting the Internet but sometimes our Mac is that way. If traveling through, would stay here again. If you don't need hookups, check out the petroglyph site west of Gila Bend. We were there the next day and it was nice.
This is a nice desert park with all hookups. It was not very crowded when we were there and there are a number of hiking trails throughout the desert environment. In the evening the quail are all over the place, scurrying about (haven't gotten a good picture yet!), There are numerous, level sites and a very quiet, laid back type of park. We will stay here again.
Nice campground. Not as dramatic as Jumbo Rocks but does have water and a dump station. Typical "desert" campground. We had to drive around a bit to find a nice level campsite but did find one. This campground is more amenable for longer rigs if you have one. Again for $15 it can't be beat. Very nice rangers.
Very pretty campground. It is more geared to the tent camper but there seemed to be plenty of sites for RV's. A large "A" might have trouble finding a site. No hookups but for $10 who can complain. We stayed there 2 days, hiking and sight seeing. Would stay there again. Be sure to come with plenty of water and empty black and gray tanks as there are no dump stations close by.
This campground is OK for overnight stay. No ambiance but has all hookups and is level. It is an easy walk to the casino, which is very nice. The restrooms and showers were clean. You need to register at the hotel check in.
This was an acceptable place to stay overnight. The price was right and the space was level. Nothing fancy but did have full hookups and clean restrooms. There is a small casino on the property and the staff was nice. We would stay here again.
This was a normal KOA campground, nice but a little overpriced as all KOA's are. Staff was friendly. There was a shuttle that ran into Deadwood every couple of hours which was nice so you didn't need to run around Deadwood in an RV. We will probably stay here again if coming through the area as there doesn't seem to be much else to choose from.
This was an ok campground but nothing special. Sites were level and the restrooms/showers were clean. This campground is fine for an overnight campground. Price was reasonable. Staff was friendly and we would stay here again.
This was a beautiful little campground. If we had more time would have stayed here several days to go fishing and hiking. It was very reasonably priced and the camp hosts were very friendly. We would definitely stay here next time through the area.
Very nice campground but a bit difficult to get to off the interstate. Our GPS got confused and sent us down a cobblestone street. Security is great and the sites are paved and level. We had no problems with anything. Staff was very friendly. We would stay here again.
This is a wonderful, out of the way, campground. The staff was extremely helpful, the site was clean and the price was unbelievable. The gate locks at 10 pm so be sure and get there before then. We will stay here again. One of the best places we've stayed in the last 2 months of traveling.
Very nice campground, especially if you stay near the lake; which has only water and electric sites. Dump station located by the showers. There are a lot of "permanent" trailers and it is a bit crowded by the full hook-up sites. The roads around the park are quite narrow and this might be a concern for larger RV's. The only real negative was that there are 3 pig farms in the area and if the wind is in the wrong direction one cannot stand to be in the outside air. It was nice when we got there and in the morning, but incredibly "stinky" in the evening. The attendant told me that doesn't happen much.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are electricity only, but there were abundant water faucets available and a dump station at the entrance. It may be a bit difficult for a longer RV to find a level site. We camp in a 24' RV and had to drive around a bit to find a level site. There are a lot of permanent campers in the park, and lots of sites available for tents and pop-ups. The staff was extremely nice and helpful and the people around us were very friendly. We would definitely stay here again.
It is a very nice little campground. The site was concrete and level. We got a 2 for 1 dinner card on arrival. Restrooms, showers and laundry room were clean. A nice, quiet spot behind the casino. At $15 for the night it was worth the extra 20 miles driven from I70. We would stay here again.
It is a nice campground but not worth the price if you stay only one night. They have quite a few goodies such as swimming pool and miniature golf but if you only stay overnight you probably won’t use them. The WiFi was spotty at best. We only had one or two bars most of the time and it was slow. The overnight spaces were next to the Interstate and it was noisy all night. The long timers were placed in quieter spaces but were rather close together. All in all it was adequate but about $10 too much.
This was a very nice little campground. It had all hook-ups and they were level. The staff was very friendly. There were deer and wild turkeys all around. We would stay there again. This campground only accepts cash or check.
It was a very nice state campground. I feel a bit high priced for no hook-ups, but the sites were beautiful, with redwoods all around. You couldn't ask for nicer ambiance. We got to the campground after the kiosk was closed but our name and campsite was listed on a whiteboard on the door of the kiosk. We would stay there again.
This was a nice little campground for an overnight camp. It is a family run campground with a nice cafe, small "store", and a small casino/bar. Each site had electricity, water, and sewer. It was very hot, but then it is in the desert. The site was gravel and level.
Nice level pull-through spaces on grass with concrete pads for vehicles. Staff was very friendly and even offered use of satellite box for TV use. Restrooms and shower were spotless. WiFi worked. This is a good overnight park well off of the freeway. Fort Bridger museum is close by. We will stay here again.