We really enjoyed our stay at Cocopah; although, it is a bit out of the way which does make you think about what you may or may not need from town before you settle in. The grounds near the main centre are very nice as are the staff. Although, the escort tried to to direct my husband and I on how to park our 40 foot unit and should have given up sooner. We have our system as does other couples so they should respect that. We didn't get down this far south with an escort. They do have a really wonderful dog area which is the biggest and the nicest we have ever seen. It is not fenced so it's off or on leash if you wish and all grass. It was very clean and the chats among the dog owners are always going on. Very friendly people. The golf course is tight, but worth playing. Great price of $29.00 with cart for 18 holes. The down side is the hookups are further back than one would expect. Bring another length of sewer hose with you or be prepared to head to town. In saying that, several large units together can make it very tight, but we were OK where we were. Considering coming back for longer next year.
This is an older park with mostly park models and an older population. They fit us in between park models but would have liked to have one of the RV sites closer to the fence and wash in the back just for RVer company. Good off leash in the dry wash but it seems few pick up after their pets so be careful till you get further out. The Wi-Fi is horrible and even going to the office area does not help. Neither does the "computer club" who kept insisting I pay $10 to join but still could not help. Beware. They insist on name tags and many have a chest full. Laundry is good but very busy so it can be a challenge to get washers or dryers. Would only consider a short stay.
This is our second year and we have booked already for 2013. We like this park. If you like large paved spaces with gravel in between, quiet, friendly mostly transient RVers, nice clubhouse and large enough pool, great desert views, you will like this place. They recently closed off river access from the park but the views are still there. A great dog walk is in the desert off the RV storage area. Close enough to Fountain Hills and Scottsdale for all amenities and there is a shuttle to the casino that is minutes away. Downtown Phoenix is a bit further. Security does regular drive troughs and garbage pick up is every day at your site. One wish would be to have more recycling.
This is a large park consisting mostly of park models and rv's stuck into the unsold sites. They are rather close together complicated by palm tree placements so it can be difficult to get into some sites. Traffic noise is a problem both day and night. The staff are friendly as are many residents but be careful where your dog walks. Lots of "no pets beyond this point" signs on many streets. The residents seem to have a good time with lots of street parties and events. Will try to find another park next year.
After a mess up with reservations at another place near here we were told to call this campground and glad we did. The staff are very friendly, as are the residents. This is a small RV campground 2 miles from town center that caters to horse lovers as well as RVers. The sites are medium to large and we had no problem backing in our 40' rig. We chose a site that backed into a hedge that was very nice with lots of birds. The dog walk area is large and in a draw that leads to the desert and comes back, if you want, through the horse paddocks. No pool but a rec center and best of all, great Wi-Fi. Will stay here again next year to play the golf course we missed this time.