A hidden gem. We had a short notice 2 night weekday need to layover and surprisingly there was room for us. The park was full every night and with the exception of some noise coming from the container port that is across the river, it was quiet and comfortable. This is not a wilderness area, so the spots are close. But we expected that. Special kudos to the current host who waited at the gate for our late arrival after we called to notify using the 800 number (caused by traffic on the 405 - terrible much of the day). Coming and going "should" be made via the 710 freeway. It is a straight shot to the park vs driving in on SR22 to 7th etc. On the map, the 710 route might look much longer but it is well worth avoiding all those intersections and lights. The only improvement we could ask for is grass in the dog run.
This an odd but nice facility...the front is full of fancy cabins and there are "Glamping Tents" at the far back as part of the "Fireside Resort" (same address, different website and phone #). The RV spots are in the center of the park. The campground was clean, quiet, and had plenty of room between spots...we were in a premium - pull through (a bit more per night). Found out from locals that the park is on an Elk migration route and we saw Elk everyday we were there. We would use the park again.
We did an overnight with a reservation. Staff member put us in a pull thru that was over 50' long, but he did get our name wrong, so without a confirmation there might have been a problem because of the short office hours. The park is adjacent to a very busy off-base road and the mil pilots were really working the pattern, so it was quite loud. Each 2 spots share hook-ups, so except for the end spot, you are door to door with neighbors. We did not use this famcamp going the other way due to poor info about getting in, but there is a night check-in, so give it a try if you don't care about noise. Howard will catch-up with you, after you get settled. BTW, the off-leash dog park is wonderful!
We were accepted before the regular season had started. The park still seems like it was just built. You cannot be any closer to the west entrance of the park. The RV park is all gravel and easy to access with very wide spots that allowed us to park our car next to the RV. The 2 gratis tickets to the Imax and discount in the YTP store were nice perks too. If you are not going to stay at the RV too much and like us, will spend most of your time inside Yellowstone, then this park will work for you.
We did an overnight, so could only give the 8 because we didn't use the majority of facilities. The spot, a 60' pull-thru was easy to access, but the spot was narrow and had deep lawn on the door side and rules prevented the use of our foot mat on the lawn. The 2 part off-leash dog area was tiny and some guests did not pick-up after their pets, but we did use the area, so it was better than nothing. The river access was nice, but limited everyone to the one stairway, causing a traffic jam at times. Of course, many did not follow the rules and just crossed to the river over the burm that runs the length of the park boundary. It is a beautiful park with many rules, so if that's OK, then don't miss this pricey resort park.
We were pleasantly surprised at this campground. It is well inside the town, but is a sprawling complex with easy access, nice staff, and good facilities. There is a river walk through a gate at the rear of the park, and a very large and very new off-leash area about 1/4 mile down the river walk. The width of the spot we were assigned was the only issue preventing a higher rating number. We would come back.
We travel with dogs, so the off-leash dog area was an outstanding feature at the FamCamp. The staff was very nice and professional. The spot assigned was a pull through and fit our 37' RV with toad attached for an easy overnight stop. Nellis AFB is close to the strip, and being on the main base, it was safe. We would come back.
A pretty nice, but full campground with lots of permanent residents, maybe oil field workers. There is a very nice dog off-leash area, and the staff was very nice. The only downside was the strong smell of crude oil in the air from the local well development, but the smell did blow away the day we left. A nice over night stop when needed.
A very nice campground in the flatland near the Grand Canyon. It is well kept and seems rather new. With few mature trees, there's not a lot of shade and can be windy, but it is clean and had lots of available spaces during this off-season period. Unlike the other campgrounds in Williams, it is not near the RR tracks, so there was no noise problems. Easy access to the highway to go north to the Grand Canyon or a short drive south to I-40 and "Bearizona."
This park came highly recommended and it is obvious why. Sitting next to a running creek, all the facilities are very nice and clean and the park is within the town limits. It was so nice, we extended our stay 1 night. This required a move because of the popularity of the park, but no problem. The coveted spot #84 was taken the whole time we were there, but we can now recommend spot #61 because it is on the end of a row and has a "private" yard because of a fence around the rear and side yard across the lawn on your awning side of the coach...very nice for travelers with doggies. Our group was in #76 and #77 for 3 days (row along the creek) then 61 and 63 for 1 more day. Be sure to call ahead. It's a little on the high side for rates - but that's typical for Sedona.
The friendly staff made this quick stop very nice. The park is in the desert, so there is lots of rock and few trees, and it is a clean and well kept park with a small store at the office. We did not have or need a reservation. Pool was closed for the season.