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08/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is one of the best parks in AZ. Roads are paved, sites are concrete and level. The park is very well maintained - the gravel between sites is raked everyday. There is a very good pet run and a great path through the desert to walk your dog. There is a little road noise but the convenient access from the highway and shuttle to the casino easily offsets the noise. The showers are clean and private (large enough for 2). Pool is nice. They also have multiple events and pot luck dinners during the month. Definitely will stay here again.
12/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is a very nice campground except for the shower rooms. There is no sink, mirror or toilet in the shower rooms, which makes them almost unusable. If you do not need the shower facilities, the park is very nice with a very clean and cared for off-leash dog park. The WiFi was more than adequate. The location is a little far from Scottsdale and more than 30 miles to Phoenix, but close enough to Fountain Hills for groceries. The RV park is on Indian casino land but the casino and RV park did not seem to be on good terms. The shuttle was provided by the Radisson Hotel (not the casino), was unreliable and stopped at 9:45pm. At the RV park we were told to show our receipt at the players club and we would get free play on our cards, but the players club said that we needed a special form from the RV park which closes early on Saturday. (The next day we got the special form which was just a different print-out of our receipt.) We stayed here while we attended a special event at the Radisson Hotel. We made the reservation in advance and paid a $44 deposit. The park is quite busy and fills up completely in March during spring training, but the management and employees could be a little more customer friendly. I also got the feeling they have had some security problems in the recent past, since there were more than the usual number of signs stating not to leave anything outside, and that management was not responsible for stolen items. There was also heavy security presence at this park at night.
01/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is the nicest RV park in the Tucson area. It is conveniently located to the downtown Tucson area. There is a citrus tree at most sites and plenty of fruit available for picking this time of year. The grapefruits are sweet and quite large. There is a concrete patio with metal table and chairs at each site. For an extra $3 you can have a small patch of grass which is especially nice for dogs. There is also a large off leash dog park. The price is very competitive with the "resorts" in Tucson and there are no park models. This park has recently acquired a KOA franchise (I do not know if Lazydays RV sales still owns the park or not). I am hoping that the KOA affiliation will keep this park operational and active for years to come.
06/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Overnight stay with PA discount (only good for one night). Called around 2pm to check on availability and was told that the owner had a doctors appointment and would not be available but to use one of the pull-thrus near the office and settle up in the morning. When we arrived there were a couple of full-time old-boys hanging out at the office who were very friendly and helpful and took us to a large pull-thru at the back of the park where we did not have to disconnect the toad. We picked up a few TV stations over the antenna and could watch the NBA final game. Did not get the WiFi passcode but used our Sprint 3g. The park is mostly park models or full time units but well kept. We met the owners the next morning and they were very friendly and helpful. The park was very slow in June but it gets much busier in Jan-Mar. We would stay here again especially in the winter season.
05/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Nice, clean RV park off the beaten path. We stayed for one night in a pull through so that we did not have to disconnect the toad. The price is Passport America and is cash. They charge $5 to use a credit card. This is a great value with an easy to access gravel and level site. Cable TV and internet worked great. The Colorado River was a stones throw away from the site with nice walking trails next to the river. I cannot think of anything negative to say. We will definitely stay here again.
05/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
We loved this park. It is located a few miles from downtown Fredericksburg at the intersection with the road to Luckenbach. The campsites are scattered around a forested area with large trees. The sites are a little hard to find but the park provides an escort. We stayed a extra night because of the weather and had to change sites. Unbeknownst to us there was a motorcycle rally in Luckenback during our stay but the riders were very considerate and no problem. Great dog park - lots of squirrels. The Wi-Fi was a little slow at times but our Sprint 3G worked fine. We wished we could have stayed longer and looking forward to coming back when the weather is a little warmer.
04/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
The young man working the office was super friendly and helpful. He then escorted us to large pull-through in back of park. Everything in the park seems new and well maintained. Each pull-through site has a picnic table and a small privacy fence to hide the utility pole from your neighbor. There is no cable and no over the air TV. There is a very nice "adult" TV lounge behind the office. Nice dog park. The Wi-Fi was not very good but our Sprint 3G worked fine. There was excessive road noise even though we were at the back of the park. This seemed to be the best park in town and is a nice overnight stop between El Paso and San Antonio. We will stay here again.
04/2013
rating [ 4/10 ]
This is a no frills RV park. It is part of and located behind a fairly seedy motel. Check-in is in the motel office. The RV park is OK but the motel set the atmosphere for the RV park. The restrooms and showers were two empty motel rooms. The rooms have no furniture and the original bathrooms. There is a $5 key deposit for each restroom/shower. After looking at them we decided to shower in the RV. There is also a Mexican food restaurant on site which closes at 7:00 PM. We went over at 6:30 to pick up a couple of tacos and the restaurant was already closed. There is no cable TV and we could not get CBS on the coach antenna. The rate was a Passport America rate of $18.50 CASH only. This was our first Passport America stay after joining and we are a little worried that we have wasted our money on Passport America. We would not stay here again.
04/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is our third stay at this park and it is still wonderful and the best rate in Tucson. All sites are concrete slabs with asphalt parking next to RV, a patio table and four chairs, and a fruit-bearing citrus tree. The park has a on-site bar and restaurant and two pools. There is a large grassy dog park which cannot be beat. There are two gated entrances with a security guard. The park only got a 9 this stay because the restaurant food and service was not quite as good as last time - the Wi-Fi got slow in the evenings - and the train noise. This may be an indication that the economy is improving but there seemed to be nonstop trains. We will definitely be back.
10/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
This campground is located a few miles east of Bryce Canyon National Park and close to the Kodachrome state park. This location is a little off the beaten path to Bryce and therefore is less crowded and very quiet. The scenery is beautiful - our site had wonderful views of the mountains which changed color and depth with the time of day. We had rain most of our stay but that just made the scenery more gorgeous with snow on the mountain tops and normally dry rivers running with red water. This campground caters to hikers and has numerous tent sites but also had plenty of room for our 34' motor-home with toad. The staff was friendly, knew the area and very helpful with things to do and sights to see. All campground facilities were operational and in good repair. We were especially impressed with kitchen facilities for the tenters which included stoves, microwaves and refrigerators. If you are going to Bryce Canyon, please go the few extra miles and enjoy this wonderful campground.
10/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
This a basic casino RV park. The Wi-Fi was provided by a city wide provider that costs $10/day and only worked well enough to collect my money and then could never get online. The back-ins at both end of the park are much larger and nicer. The pull-throughs are only 40' long and narrow. Wish there was a better park in town.
10/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
I really have mixed emotions on this one. On the positive side: Good location, friendly staff, nice size space with picnic table and shade trees. The NEGATIVE: 1. We picked this park because it had cable TV - the lower channels (the network channels) did not work! They sold me an unneeded new coax cable that did not help - from other reviewers this is a known problem and should be fixed. 2. The wi-fi was poor and unavailable most of the stay. 3. The water system was also unreliable. They need to hire a good maintenance man and spend some money fixing these problems as they spoiled the whole stay. If these problems were resolved we would highly recommend this park. We stayed 3 nights to explore the national parks in the area.
10/2012
rating [ 8/10 ]
Small and very quiet park. Sign on door said to pick your spot and they would contact you. There was a map and spots were easy to locate and very level. This park had everything we needed for an overnight stay. Would highly recommend and will stay here again on our next trip through the area. The $30 rate includes tax.
10/2012
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice quiet park in tall pines just west of downtown Flagstaff. The park is a little old but had everything we needed for a overnight stay on our way to the Utah National Parks. Park provided an escort to out large pull-through site (it would be hard to find without escort). Our site was at the back of the park and we did not have any road noise or railroad noise - we also did not have any Wi-Fi. The park is very close to downtown Flagstaff and the University and all of the bars and restaurants. We would definitely stay here again.
09/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
Absolutely the best RV park in Tucson and could be in the top ten in the country. The staff was super friendly, the rate of $20 could not be beat. The onsite restaurant and bar was great. Large off-leash dog run. Great security with guarded gates. This was our second stay at the park and will definitely be back as soon as possible. Hopefully, the citrus will be ripe on our next visit.
10/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
This RV park is basically an asphalt lot with RV hookups located in a Indian Casino parking lot. You choose your spot and then go the gas station/convenience store and pay the $25/night (including taxes). The spaces are fairly tight together but all pull through with good hookups. Two spaces share the same utility post with one 30amp and one 50amp service which could create a problem if the park was full but I doubt the park is ever completely full. There were a number of semi-permanent residents who were either construction or mine workers. This is not the nicest park we have ever stayed but the price is right and a great location for sightseeing.
10/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This RV park is directly on the edge of the retired Lavender Pit mine in Bisbee. The park is a circular gravel lot on the top of a small hill within easy walking distance to old town Bisbee. All spaces are back in with 30 amp power. The rate is $28 cash (or check) which includes tax. Access is a little difficult especially from the east. You drive through the Queen Mine Tour parking lot and then up a fairly steep short hill to get to the RV park. BTW, the one hour underground mine tour is fun and informative and well worth the $13/person charge. If you are planning a trip to the Bisbee this is THE place to stay (it is the only RV park in the Bisbee area). The park has no swimming pool or playground or other such nonsense but the price is right and the location is perfect.
10/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
This campground has recently reopened after being closed for over a year. All sites are very wide with a citrus tree. You park on gravel and have a private concrete patio with a table and chairs. There is plenty of room for your toad. The new owners have done a great job of making the place look new. Everything has new paint, landscaping is well maintained. There is a restaurant and bar on premise with great food and reasonable prices. The new owners have also instilled a wonderful friendly attitude in all employees that we encountered. We had car problems when we were leaving and were allowed a 3 hour late checkout while we changed a car battery on a Sunday. Their published rates are reasonable for a RV park of this quality in Tucson in the winter season. Would highly recommend Lazydays and will stay here again. There is also a great leash free dog park. There is a little railroad noise but not enough to lower our rating.
09/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice campground. Super clean and well maintained. Ground crew were constantly pulling weeds and raking the gravel between the concrete pads. Everyone very friendly including other campers. As mentioned elsewhere the pads are not very level but manageable. We stayed here while attending a Willie Nelson concert (loved it) at the Cliff Castle Casino across the interstate from the campground. The Casino provides shuttle service to the campground. We will return. Thank you for a great stay.
08/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a very nice KOA that caters to overnighters on their way to the Grand Canyon. Access and check-in is easy and simple. They have all of the amenities for kids including horse back riding. The Kowboy Kafe was good. The fully enclosed dog park is a little out of way but very clean and well cared for. We stayed here for 2 nights on a KOA offer of stay 1 night and get 1 free. There are no negatives and we would highly recommend - especially for a 1 night stay.
08/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is type of campground that people are either going to love or hate. We LOVED it. It is located in tall pines and conveniently located to downtown Flagstaff. This may be the most ECO friendly park we have found but it still offers all of the amenities for our not so ECO friendly motorhome. The back of the property butts up to the Coconino National Forest and has access to a hiking trail up to Mt. Elden. There are wind turbines for electric generation and there is a walking ECO park with very informative interpretive signs. This park is so ECO friendly they do not sell bottled water because of the plastic bottles. The Wi-Fi is excellent. Our space was dirt but level and wide. Other reviewers have complained about too many trees, narrow roads and tight turns. While this is true, you only have to deal with these issues when you check in and leave. Out 34' motorhome and toad on a dolly had no problems. The rest of the stay is perfect.
08/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Best dry camping available. $9 rate reflects senior 50% discount. This campground has had a $1.5 million upgrade thanks to the government stimulus money. I think it was money well spent.
03/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. This park is located at the Riverside Casino in Laughlin NV. There is a free shuttle bus to the Casino with pick-up and drop-off at your site. The casino has all of the amenities you could want - movie theater, live entertainment, 2 swimming pools, bowling alley, many restaurants and free drinks if you are gambling. You can also walk to at least 9 other casinos, an outlet mall with more movie theaters and much more. If you gamble with a slot club card - the points you earn can be used to pay for the campground and you will receive free 3 night stay offers in the mail. The check-in is easy. Everyone (check-in, shuttle driver, maint.,etc) is friendly, professional and very helpful. The ONLY negative is there is a charge for a very slow and unreliable Wi-Fi. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
03/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
We chose this park because it was the closest one to our daughter's apartment. It is a very large long term snow bird park with a lot of park models. We were escorted to our space by a golf cart and then had to walk back to the office for check-in. We were the furthest space from the office. There is no wi-fi at the site. There is no garbage pick and the only dumpster was that same long walk back to the office area. Cable TV very limited without additional charge. There were no trees or shade. Our space was gravel and long and narrow which was not a problem since there was almost nobody there. The quoted rate was $46 and then a 10% AAA discount plus a resort fee add-on and taxes making the final cost $50/day for three days. We thought that this was very EXPENSIVE for a park way out of town with almost no amenities that we used. This may be a great monthly park but not for over night or short term. There was a very nice and large dog run.
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