Pleasant Harbor is a great facility that is going in the wrong direction. Our last visit was the first time we have stayed in one of the smaller lots in the center of the park. It appears that the resort is deteriorating into a low income housing campground. Dogs are locked in campers while the owners are at work, or left penned up or tied up outside at night. Multiple lots had families raising children. The general appearance of the lots has deteriorated. The recent change in management accelerated the transition from resort to campground.
Nice well maintained quiet park. Staff is friendly and helpful. Level heavily shaded spaces. I was at the edge of the park (#1 spot) and Wi-Fi worked fine. Bathrooms, showers, and laundry were all clean and in good repair. A little disconcerting the first time to drive through a mobile home park but Camp Lakewood is behind the mobile homes next to a nice lake.
My review is consistent with the others. Very basic no frills park. Flat level spaces. High point of the stay was the very short walk to a nearby restaurant, Del's. The management staff on site were extremely polite and helpful. Goof park for an over night stay.
City owned park in a nice, quiet setting by the river. Spaces are shaded and level. The laundry, showers, and bathroom area were clean. The on-site staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Some permanent, run down units probably should be moved to upgrade the park. I would stay here again.
Great location and views of Old Bisbee and the Lavender Pit, a closed copper mine. Next door is the Queen Mine Tour. Everything in town is in easy walking distance. The office is only open briefly mid-day, checks and cash only. No problems with the Wi-Fi but the cable TV system seems to need attention.
Very nice large park. Convenience store on site. Located on Lake Pleasant so full marina facilities available. Good power even during the hottest parts of the day. There is a Harbor Patrol on the property visible during most hours, felt safe walking at night. Nice fenced off dog park. WiFi was spotty but that seems to be the norm at RV parks nowadays. The waste water connection is at the back of the lot so we had to park our unit at the very back and use two hoses to reach.
The good: Nice park like setting, great location. Staff is friendly and very efficient. We heard very little noise from town, WiFi and cable TV worked fine. The bad: $2 upcharge for a small dog. The bathrooms are small, old, and smelly. Two shower stall/toilets (each) is ridiculous for an 84 site park. The ugly: The rules. If you haven't stayed before (they check their computer) then you are required to listen to them read the rules to you, all of them. The rules in tally form: No - 12, Do Not - 5, Not allowed/permitted/tolerated/acceptable - 6, Can Not - 1, Must Be - 3, Will Not - 1. My personal favorite was: You must be in your rig at 10:00 pm Thank You - 1.
Gravel park at the fairgrounds east of Prescott Valley northeast of Prescott Valley on Arizona 89A. The RV parks sits at a nice setting below the Mingus Mountains overlooking the city of Prescott Valley. Very clean and friendly staff escort to site. Wi-Fi only at the office. I did not see bathrooms or showers. The fairgrounds are multi-use so there may be traffic or noise at times.
I normally stay at the fairgrounds but the fair was in its last weekend so I stayed at CCRV. This is a quiet park in a nice setting. I can only give it a 4 due to the rate of $42 based on a charge of $85 for two days and the "amenities". The park has too many seasonal and resident units that are run down. There are too many dog runs, swamp coolers and out buildings. The further to the back of the park you go, the more anything goes with some spots looking like a junk yard. Half of the park is off limits to pets. The wireless connection was weak to non-existent.
First: the entrance to this RV park is around the right side of the store. It has flat, gravel lots and a very friendly check-in. I was camped in a spot close to State Highway 86 and I heard no road noise. The internet is down more than up, definitely a wireless router issue, not a provider issue. They have clean bathrooms and laundry. I would like to spend a longer period of time here before it gets hot.
Whoever owns/operates this campground cares about customer service. Everyone was friendly from the desk, to the escort to the site, and the little cafe. All the facilities were clean, the wifi worked well,and there were plenty of cable channels. There was no traffic noise. Van Horn isn't much of a destination but if you are in the area this is an excellent park to stay at.
When I first arrived at the park I thought "I drove to Alpine for this"? The park is unremarkable esthetically. It didn't take long to love the place. The first night under the stars was remarkable. The mountain views are great. The people in the office helped us find an emergency vet for our dog and someone to come fix our tire on the RV. We were in one of the end spots, #10, and it was like being camped on a prairie. There are a couple of permanent resident RVs that need attention and there is some clutter/junk that is typical of a farm or ranch that should be taken out of view. We would stay here again as a destination.
Called ahead for reservations as we always do. Took about a minute on the phone. Check in was quick. The people at the desk were efficient, not unfriendly but not chatty either. The park appears to be well maintained. The old swimming pool is an eyesore and should probably be filled in and covered. There is some highway noise. We would stay here again on an over nite basis.
I needed a place to park overnight after driving 20 MPH for 10 miles on I-10 due to a blowout. We called the KOA office and they said they would wait for us. I arrived at the office at 8:01 PM, the person showed up 10 minutes later and asked if I had been "wandering around". He also had a couple of other snide remarks during check-in. The park is run down and in a rough part of town. The rate reflects electrical only, I wouldn't stay here again.
Stayed at the campground to attend a drag race, so the noise wasn't a problem for me. The fairgrounds are surrounded by multiple racetracks, shooting range, model airplane field so there is a potential for noise. As mentioned in other reviews this is a good overnighter without much in the way of services. On the weekends the RV office is closed so it is on the honor system. Since the office was closed there was no way to get access to the WiFi.
Rancho Sonora is a nice RV park with a small inn and casitas on the property. The park was mostly vacant an quiet as we camped here in the off-season. The park is well maintained and situated in a nice desert setting. There's a walking path through the desert which is nice early in the morning. The stars are bright as the park is well away from the city. The Wi-Fi worked well.
Camping with a spectacular view of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Typical first come first serve state park. Lots of trails for riding bicycles or hiking. Bath/shower houses were very modern with tile walls and pine beam ceilings, very clean. Each campground area has a park host.
This is camping in a desert setting. Plenty of hiking and biking trails. The campsites are well maintained, bathrooms and showers were cleaned and serviced daily. The park is occasionally patrolled by the Maricopa County Sheriffs Office. If you are looking for a place to hike, ride a mountain bike, or just looking for some solitude then this is the park for you.
This was our first stay at the campground. The staff was friendly and helpful and the reservation process was efficient. The park and facilities were very clean. Very near hiking areas, places to shop and eat using a free shuttle. Kid and pet friendly. The WIFI and cable TV both worked great. The only negatives for us was the road construction and heavy traffic makes it not that enjoyable to get there and it is a noisy park.