Delightful campground. This campground has something for everyone: putt, putt, cool pool, canoes ($) and kayaks ($), zip line ($), playground, large life-size tic-tac-toe & checker board, bocce ball, horse shoes, wagon rides, arts/crafts for kids etc. Trash and recycle bins located throughout park. We peeked in the cabins you can rent and they are very nice as well. Grounds were well maintained and bathrooms were spotless. We stayed in lot 65 that overlooked the lake. It was an awesome spot. The only "wishes" would be cable TV and better water pressure. Overall, this is the nicest campground we've ever visited and I would highly recommend it. Just a short 15 minute drive to the falls.
Probably one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at. Friendly people; your own shower and toilet in a private bathhouse! Free laundry... yes free! Pool, work out room and adult-only sauna. The price was right at $13. One very important fact that no one mentioned in previous reviews is that we suspect there is a feed lot nearby. It smelled to high heaven while we visited. My husband and I both grew up on farms and it didn't bother us too bad, but just beware; the stench of cow manure surrounds you. If you have sensitive noses, keep driving past this one. It would have been a 10 in my book if not for the smell. I suspect this smell is there year-round, but I can't confirm.
Great location. A little "trolley" will come right by and pick you up for ride into Sedona. Beautifully landscaped park. I don't think there is a bad location. All have a paved parking spot, with picnic table. Some sites back up to the creek, which would have been nice, but not worth the extra $$ for me. The ladies inside office were extremely knowledgeable and helpful as well. They are getting all new laundry facility next week. No campfires allowed. Also.. you must have one of those things that lifts up your sewer hoes off of the ground. They said it is a health dept. regulation at this park since it is so close to the creek. We stayed in lot 34 which was near the laundry. Also.. you can hang the laundry to dry in back and play horse shoes while you wait!
Weather was perfect so no electric wasn't a big deal. Great campground with the lots very spread out. When we were there, there was no vacancy, but it didn't seem crowded at all. We met two other families that had been to the South Rim and they said the North Rim was so much better. It was less crowded and cooler. We were in lot 47. Lots 14, 15, 11, 12, 13 (in that order) would be better picks. They have a view, but also have a steep hill behind them. Might not be a good choice with small children.
It is an okay place for a quick over nighter. No playground or pool. Lots of permanent trailers surround which give it a trashy "feel". The laundry and shower facility is an old trailer. No air inside, so it is sweltering hot. I called to get reservations and they wouldn't make one. They only accept cash. You drive up and pick your own site and then pay.