Sites were paved but not very level. Washrooms and showers were barely adequate, not heated, showing a lot of signs of age. Fire rings at sites were poorly placed and in many cases unusable because they were too close to RV's. Hiking trails in the park and in the adjacent state trust land were excellent. Hunting is allowed in the large tract of state trust land. Wildlife viewing and birding and quail hunting are big attractions. Nogales is only 18 miles from park entrance. Access points to the Coronado Forest are nearby.
Excellent deal for Passport America travelers. Sites are tight but adequate. Small club house with some planned activities. Wednesday is Steak night and Friday if Fish Fry at the golf course banquet hall across the street - both are reasonable value - usually with local live musicians. Golf course is well maintained 18 holes for $30.00/person with cart. Oldest continuously operated course in Arizona - established in 1908. Also boasts the longest par 6 hole west of the Mississippi - 727 yds from the whites. A little remote but good hiking in the area and shopping available in Sierra Vista or Bisbee. Rate is based on weekly passport america rate. Hydro is billed separately - cost approx 2.00 per day.
Staff is friendly and generally helpful. Pool, hot tub, shuffleboard and other amenities are well maintained - exercise equipment could use some attention and updating. Sites are graveled and cement patio is too small to be of much use. Water lines are on the wrong side of RV (beside the patio). Close to several golf courses, Tubac artisans, shopping in Green Valley and Nogales. For the price, free WiFi should be available at the sites but its only available in the rec complex. Whole facility including washrooms, showers and pool are shut down at 9:00 pm which is too early.