First the bad - absolutely terrible WiFi. There are several access points available but good luck getting internet access. I've been having a hard time writing this review because of getting dropped, and I'm in front of the office. Advice - bring your own WiFi. This is not a family friendly park. It is mostly full-timers and except for a pool there is nothing for the kids. It is a nicely maintained park, though. Stone Creek runs though it, and that is very picturesque.
Upper tier of RV parks/resorts. Absolutely the best in amenities. There is a new off-leash dog run area that is huge and grassy. We love Buckhorn and will definitely come here again. My only complaint is the terrible Wi-Fi consisting of very weak signals rendering the internet useless most of the time.
We loved this park. We were in Cooper's Hawk Loop space 87 for four days, which is on a plateau with beautiful views of the Cottonwood valley and the hillside town of Jerome. We found the staff very friendly and the park clean. Our site was level with 50 amp service and water. Wish it had sewer but there is a 2 stall dump station. There are no shade trees in Cooper's Hawk, but this time of year it didn't matter. The lower Quail Loop has plenty of trees but no views. We hiked the park and found how large it is. With the three lagoons and running river this park is very special to us. We will be coming back to Dead Horse - it's that good.