It is a small park near the edge of the city, but within easy walking distance to a couple of local restaurants, a convenience store and a few other attractions. It also is a short drive to the local movie museum (they used to make mostly westerns in the area) and some stunning hiking trails. You can get to Lake Powell in about an hour. The park is very clean, the sites are level and the staff, who live at the park, were very friendly. It is right along Highway 89, so during the summer the traffic noise might be a bother, but we were there early enough in the season that it wasn't an issue. We like the area and may plan to return. If we do, we'll stay at this park again.
We were headed back home to Oregon when the wind began blowing so strong that we decided to call it a day. We pulled into the park for a night and ended up stranded there for three days. It could have been much worse. The park is great. The sites are huge and perfectly level. The facilities are first rate. The showers are complete with private entry, sink, commode and shower stall. The management couldn't have been nicer. Not only are they friendly, they have great personalities, and because they are long-time RVers, they have great stories to tell. We left when the wind finally stopped blowing, but could have easily stayed a few more days.
There are a lot of RV parks that call themselves parks, but this place really is one. There are lots of trees and shade and grass that really give it a park-like feel. Although the park is a bit older than many we have stayed in, the facilities were well done and clean. One of the best features is the staff. There are very friendly and helpful, and came by a couple of times to see how we were doing and if we needed any help finding the local attractions. We stayed for a couple of nights to kayak the Great Salt Lake and to visit nearby Antelope Island.
We stayed three nights in a motorhome, while visiting Bryce Canyon, Kodachrome Basin, and Boulder. The park is very nice, the staff super friendly, and all the facilities were clean and well-cared for. The sites are gravel, but mostly level so we had no problem getting the coach settled. The only issue we had was a rather weak Internet link, but Cannonville is a ways away from everything, so it was about what we expected. We plan to come back to the area, and we'll certainly stay here when we do.
We stayed here two nights on our way home from winter snowbirding. The park was very nice, with good access to the water. Everything was very clean. The sites were fairly level and all the hookups were convenient. We used the park as a base to kayak in Lake Havasu City and in the state preserve to the south of the park. We'd stay again next time we pass through.
Nicest park we have ever stayed in. The facilities are first rate and the crew keeps them that way. Everyone from the folks at the front desk to the guy picking up the trash is friendly and professional. There are lots of activities both athletic and non-athletic, plenty of social gatherings and a friendly atmosphere by fellow snow birds and the rare full-timer. The streets are a bit tight, but even big rigs managed to get located with a bit of help with directions. Two shopping centers across the street are convenient and encourage residents to walk rather than take the car.
This is the second winter we have spent time at Bonita Vista. It is an older mobile home park with plenty of sites converted for use by RVs. The sites are huge, with lots of room for toads or slides. The managers/staff and residents are all very friendly and welcomed us to weekly events such as pot lucks, entertainment, pool etc. The park is on the far eastern edge of the Phoenix area, but close to Mesa and near Canyon and Saguaro lakes, lots of hiking trails and other things to do. The club house is spacious, with a library, computer room, TV area and nice showers. We enjoyed our stay here enough to come back for a second winter.
Nice spot, conveniently located to the city. The sites are large and level, and stepped down so you aren't window-to-window with your neighbor. There isn't much to do at the park, which is OK with us, as we preferred to go the the bay, drive the countryside and walk the beach. The restaurant next to the site was clean, friendly and offered excellent food.
Nice facility. Very friendly, helpful staff. Sites are a bit tight for big rigs, but we didn't have any problem with our vintage Class A. The clubhouse was well cared for, the laundry room among the best we've ever used and the facilities cleaned regularly. It can be a bit noisy, between the highway and railroad tracks, but after a day that just becomes background noise. The park is very close to Old Town, Balboa Park, the waterfront, Mission Bay; all the things we come to San Diego to see and do. We'll be back the next time we come to the area.