Quiet. Campground is set back from the highway so road noise from all the trucks is lessened. Level, gravel pull throughs (in non ownership area). Concrete patios with grills. Landscaping can make pull out iffy for longer coach on some sites. Power / water was OK; sewer is recessed in a concrete block such that rhinoflex can not make a gas tight seal; a donut (or equivalent) is needed to raise coupling enough to make the connection. Wi-fi is stable but somewhat slow. Nice not having to drive through town getting to/from parks.
A mix of pull throughs, pull ins, and back ins. Each of the pull ins shares a common driveway with a back in. The entire campground is on a slight incline, and this is reflected in the individual sites. Sites are sand and gravel with ruts; mostly level, but some sites have enough drop off to make leveling problematic for a longer rig. Patio areas are in some cases sloping and composed of sand with a touch of gravel mixed in. At some of the sites, the sewer connection for the adjacent site is in the middle of the patio area (instead of in-line with the utilities for the adjacent site). Access roads are narrow. Power was slightly low - 116v w/no load; 114v with AC running. Water pressure was low at 30psi. Wi-fi was very slow and unreliable. Cell service is OK. The only real redeeming factor is that it is the only choice for full hookups in Monument Valley.
Excellent resort - peaceful, well landscaped, very friendly staff and residents, quick access to the strip. This is a relatively large, gated ownership resort with approximately 75% of the sites sold (they did not push on buying a lot). All sites are concrete backins with privacy barriers (hedges mostly) between each site. Plenty of room for 37' coach with toad parked in front of the coach. Ownership sites in the rental pool have upgraded amenities (at an upgraded price). Five pool / hot tub / shower / laundry areas distributed across the resort. Showers were very clean. Pool and hot tub were clean, but suffered occasionally from wind blown palm tree leaves. Utilities were good with strong and relatively fast wifi (Tengo). Note that only Class A motorhomes are allowed.
Campground is an open sand flat with minimal vegetation between sites. Lots of grit in the air when windy. The site was not level front to back. Electric OK, water pressure was low (22 psi), no sewer, no cell service. Very good wifi - fast and stable - but not included in the camping fees ($14.95/week extra). Biggest positive to this campground is that it provides convenient access to the north side of Joshua Tree National Park.
Typical KOA. Nice overnight. Level, gravel pull throughs and sufficiently long enough to keep the toad attached to a 37' motorhome. However, if you do so, then the sewer and water will be out of reach unless you have long hoses. Utilities were okay. Decent wifi.
Basic, rustic campground in beautiful setting with trails starting in the campground. Sites are mostly widely spaced, concrete backins with fire rings, grills, and shaded picnic tables. It can be very gritty when the wind picks up. No utilities (there is potable water and a dump at the campground, but we did not use either). No cell phone service. The closest signal was on the entry road at intersection of Temple Mountain Road and Goblin Valley Road; there is a parking area at the intersection. No wifi and no satellite TV, as the mesa to the immediate southwest of the campground blocks the sky.
Typical KOA. Good overnight stop; marginal for longer stays. Somewhat short, loose gravel pullthrus with no clear delineation between site and roadway so campers tended to hang out into roads a bit making maneuvering interesting at times. Utilities fine; WiFi signal strong, but very annoying with constant log-outs. Fair amount of road noise from I-15. Turn right leaving campground for I-15 South to avoid u-turn.
Rustic campground set on sandy ground with plenty of privacy trees; trees formed almost a complete view block on 3 sides of our site. Very quiet and peaceful with plenty of room to sit out, 8 to 10 ft wide on patio side of rig. All sites are back-in, but staff directs you into your spot and does a good job of it. We pretty much maxed out the site with a 37 foot class A; ladder in back just clear of trees and nose of coach protruding slightly into access road. Unhook any toad before entering campground. Electric OK, enough to run both A/C units. Water pressure low at 25 psi. Sewer run is slightly uphill. WiFi is very limited HughesNet. Basically e-mail and light web browsing. Limited to 6 hours a day and very slow. Clock runs as long as you have a wireless connection to the WAP, so make sure to turn off your wireless radio when not using it. No cell service except within 10 feet of the office.
Very nicely landscaped KOA, but landscaping does interfere with maneuvering a large rig. Our site had a lamp post on the front left within 18" of the pad and a tree on the right front within 2' of the pad. The tree overhung the access road and was not trimmed sufficiently high to clear a rig trying to exit the site. Access roads between the rows are very narrow, sites are concrete slabs with concrete patios. Sliders overhung the patio. Our site was inundated with bird droppings throughout our stay. The campground was overrun with kids, however, it was the middle of spring break. Lots of things for the kids to ride around the campground. Slight road noise from the 805. It is 5 to 10 minutes from the trolley then 30 minutes to downtown on the trolley. Utilities were fine. Wi-Fi signal strong with decent speed, but with frequent requirements to re-connect. Typical Tengo Internet.
Note this is NOT the NPS campground. No ambiance in the campground itself although the main resort area is nice. Tight maneuvering (we were in a 37' motorhome). Enter through the north side driveway and drop any toad before going to campsite (you can hookup the toad in the bus area when leaving). Campground is basically a flat sandy stretch back in the employee area with narrow strips of asphalt for the rig. Very exposed to sandstorms out of the south (campsites back up to the south facing fence with no wind break) - a sandstorm greeted us at check in. Good drainage (not normally an issue here, but we did get 0.57" of rain one day). Power levels were low - trying to run two high current items at the same time did not work. Sewer runs slightly uphill! WiFi was decent and while it is supposedly not included in the campsite fee, it MAY actually be included - try connecting using site number without the "S". So for site TS68, use room number T68. Lots of traffic (golf carts) through campsite area. However, the campground can't be beat, if you want other than dry camping, for touring the south side of the park.
This was a typical KOA campground. Reasonable pull through sites that didn't require dropping the toad. However, drop your toad at the office as the entrance road from the office to the sites is very narrow and twists back and forth. Level pull through sites with decent WiFi and utilities.
Only an overnight stop for us, but a very nice campground. Well worth staying at for multiple days if in the Needles area. Level pull throughs, but a tad bit narrow. Long enough to avoid dropping the toad (with a 37' motorhome). Oleander privacy barriers between the sites. WiFi and utilities were fine. Concrete patio, but our passenger side slider overlapped part of the patio in order to have enough room for the driver side slider. Campground hosts met us as we drove up, escorted us to the site, helped us position the rig, and then took care of the paperwork after we were settled in the site. No having to stop at the office to checkin. Campground was full due to a lot of snowbirds, either still in residence or passing through.
We really like this campground for staying in the Phoenix area. This was our third visit in the last year or so. Campground is located on the far west side of the metroplex, but reasonably close to shopping. Several of the spring training fields are within a 30 minute drive. The rest, however, are quite a hike to the far east side of the metroplex. Reasonably wide, level pull throughs, but not quite long enough for the toad (had to park it sideways in the space). This is with a 37' motorhome. Landscaped with trees (including lots of harvest yourself citrus), but no privacy barriers between the spaces. Can be somewhat tight on the maneuvering when they are busy. This was during spring training and they were full. We've been here during the off-season and it feels much more open. Note spring training reservations start Jan 2. WiFi was reasonable, but you do have to keep re-connecting. It's Tengo Internet. Utilities were fine.
Good level pull through sites, long enough to avoid dropping the toad. WiFi was fine. No problems with the utilities. Very friendly staff. We only stopped for the night, but what we saw was very nice. We will definitely use this campground for a longer stay when in the Tucson area. Lazy Days Sales and Service departments adjacent to the campground (as is a Camping World).
Nice campground with long pull through sites and decent privacy between sites. Good WiFi. No issues with water, electric, or sewer. Not really an extended stay kind of place, unless you have things to do in the Las Cruces area.