We stopped for one night in a class 'B' van. It's a large gravel lot like a lot of the RV parks in Quartzsite, if you've been to Quartzsite you know what I mean. There are some trees too. There are pull threw sites (both where each RV faces one direction and where they face either direction- the doors will face each other), back in sites & tent sites. They are water/electrical sites. Friendly people running the place, clean bath houses with GREAT showers, laundry & a place to do your dishes (if you need that). Wifi and a central shaded area with picnic tables & electrical outlets (I saw people on their computers in there), a TV & a large coffee urn. I had my own internet so I did not try the park's. I'd stay there again.
We pulled in just after dark in a motorhome, it was right off I-35. The office was in the left hand corner of the park (it's not a big place) and I was met at the door. Filled out the form, gave him the money and pulled into a spot. Water & electric hook up were no trouble at all. No broadcast TV but I did get 4 bars of Verizon 4G with the booster. Nice shower in the morning, a couple of large gas stations right here and ez on the freeway. There are what looks to be a few long stay rigs here. Quiet enough, I'd stay here again on my way thru.
This park was right off the I-10 and had a big sign, which is how we found it. A friendly lady in the office, level sites & great showers. Each bath room/shower room was a single room with a toilet, sink & shower & enough hooks. If you needed to sit the commode with the lid down (standard like you have at home) was the seat. Very clean. The cable TV did not work for us. We just stopped for the night and would stop again.
We stopped for one night as we passed through. A pleasant place, quiet, shade trees and green. Within easy walking distance of WalMart, movie theaters & restaurants. A good brochure about the park and the area and with a very helpful lady in the office. The showers had only one hook. The Wi-Fi didn't work. I even went and visited that very helpful lady in the office to ask about it. A good Internet connection would have been a big help. She said it just doesn't seem to work for some people and offered that one lady "called her son & he told her to change some settings on her computer and then it worked". I didn't have anyone to call so I have to mark this as a "no Wi-Fi" park. The only other oddity was the laundry room is only open 9-5 along with the office. If I pass through this way again I'll stop at some other RV park because with no Wi-Fi and laundry this place is nothing special.
We read about this park before we arrived in Alpine at the review site and looked at the maps. This was the closest park to town (1.5 miles) and had a pool. It is well laid out, very friendly staff, nice sized clean showers with a bench but only one hook. The pool was closed. A well maintained place, clean laundry room, and a clean 'adult' room. There is a playground, a tent area with shades for the tents, a blocked off "star gazing" area with plastic chairs, horse shoe pits, an area to wash your rig and a fenced area to play with your dog if you wish. A very pleasant place. We'd go back.
It's been expanded to 35 hookup spots, but the new ones did not have cable TV, gravel or patios yet. Not a bad place to stop with a Commissary & Exchange on base. Still a lot of people homesteading from the looks of things. Good laundry rooms, good showers. We spent two nights as we were waiting for tires to arrive at a shop in Alamogordo. I would have no problems coming back.
Friendly office staff. Gravel parking with a concrete pad when you step out the door. Nice large showers, very clean. 4g internet with the MiFi on the Verizon network. A dog disclaimer to be signed and a large area to walk them. A lot of people living there and a lot going on to judge by the bulletin boards. I'd stay there again.
Friendly lady at the desk, 50 amp, and shade trees. We were parked on dirt, but there was a picnic table. Swimming pool was locked, game room with pool table , dart board & poker tables. Coin operated showers & a laundry. No credit cards, no ice, about 1/2 mile to town with a post office, small grocery store, liquor store & several PayDay loan places. 4g internet with the MiFi on the Verizon network. They have part of the RV park for RVs with pets plus there is a specific dog walk area.
Rate Good Sam discount. Nice place. We arrived late Friday afternoon. The office was closed, but a CG host gave us a spot and wrote down our names; we took care of the rest in the morning. They required the birth year of both of us.. Friendly people, gravel parking with a concrete pad as you step out the door. The pool was 80 degrees, the spa was 107 degrees and they were open 24 hr. The shower was roomy and there were enough hooks. This place is within walking distance of a Super Walmart; there is actually a gate out the side into the WM parking lot. After shopping you bring the cart back to your spot to unload and leave the cart in the road in front, the park takes them back to the WM several times a day. There are several fast food places within walking distance also. Great internet with our MiFi on the Verizon network. A large dog walking area just out side the RV park.
We were looking for a place to stay for the last 10 days of December and January. There are a lot of RV spaces available in Quartzsite this year, Pattie's had a great rate ($185 for the month), a superb rate compared to what some of the other places quoted us for a gravel pad with hook-ups. There are no restrooms or showers. The people are friendly, the sites are large enough, there is a laundromat and propane sales on site. Right across the street is the Quartzsite General Store and the Redbox. Bread, milk, fresh meat and movies are just a short walk away. The main sales area is about a 20 minute walk away. The Wi-Fi comes and goes at times, but is mostly there and it is strong enough to watch a video. As a place to park an RV with hook ups close to the Quartzsite "action"; Pattie's RV Park has what's needed.