Very clean and friendly park. The parks I saw in Sierra Vista were a little scary looking so we were willing to drive 10 miles to stay at this one. Feels safe and it has a beautiful view of the mountains. Asphalt roads and gravel sites.
This park was located in the country. Very beautiful setting with a pond on the site and under a canopy of oak trees. It is hard to get satellite reception under the canopy of trees but it is possible if you work at it. The laundry room is a bit scruffy: 2 washers and 2 dryers. The woman office manager is bit different, as is the caretaker. We were told there were no 50 amps spots available so we took a 30 amp but she charged us for a 50 amp. When we asked why she said because it was a larger lot. Their brochure only prices 30 amp and 50 amp, not lot size. They also cram people in here in the summer time. We stayed from June 08 through April 09.
We stayed here from May 09 to October 09. It's a very nice place. Has a small lake with connecting canals running through the campground: most of the long term RVs are in this area. There are 2 smaller ponds. They have nice clean showers, a convenience store and a laundry room with 4 washers and 5 dryers. On certain occasions they have BBQs and a band down at the lake. This park is located in the country but not far from gas and groceries. We really enjoyed our time here.