This place gets an 8 for location. It's on the river. It is a bit close to the highway, but I didn't have any trouble sleeping. The people running it were very nice. The site we had was large and roomy on grass. They have a large boat launch, and it's really nice to sit by the river. Food options in Blythe are limited, but the campground was nice, especially with the full moon that we had. I'd stay here again for sure. It is pricey, but not too bad.
This place had the cleanest showers of any RV park on our trip across country. The spots are tight as they park buddy style. It's not roomy but it is across the street from the OK corral and right in the middle of town. There is a nice cafe on the corner that does a good breakfast. The owners of the park were very nice. They warned us that WIFI could be spotty, and we found the cable signal was pretty noisy. If I was going to visit Tombstone, this would be my place of choice based on location for sure.
Staff was nice. The pull through we were in had nice access. It sits on a hill overlooking the Las Cruces valley area which is nice. Everything worked and was clean. It's not too far a drive from the town for food. I would stay there again if I was visiting the Las Cruces area. It's not fancy, but I have yet to see an RV park that is much more than a parking lot.
the sites are kind of tight and there is nothing to do or see in Midland or Odessa. We stopped here for an overnight on a trip across country. In this area the options are limited. The site was not dirty or bad, it just wasn't great. It was tight getting out of the pull through we were in (38' towing a car carrier). For dinner options you have to go 10 miles in either direction to get to Odessa or Midland as this sits right between them. I'd stay there again if I needed to pull over, but it's not a vacation stop.
We had a pull through site. We were driving a 38' RV pulling a car carrier and had no access problems. The site we had was awesome. Site 51, I think. It was on the lake and the parking was parallel to the road so you didn't get a view of another RV (which I hate). The lake was nice, lots of ducks. The most picturesque campground we stayed in on a trip across country. It's really close to a Bass Pro Shop and a Cabela's store. Basically it's heaven for guys.
This was a nice stop over for one night. We were driving a 38' pulling a car carrier and had plenty of room in the pull through site. The sites are not on top of each other and have about a 20' grass section separating them. The shower was very big and well suited for handicap access. There was only one men's and one women's shower room, however. They were very clean and the check in woman was very nice and helpful. My father needs handicap access and the casino offers a shuttle to take you to the hotel/casino. They have a few restaurants which were very convenient. I'm not a gambler so I don't care about the casino. I would stay here again for the night, though.