Boy, talk about a nice place! The tree cover was amazing. We only stayed there one night, but it was evident that this park was home to a lot of people. The place was filled to the max with all sorts of different RVs. Personally, the density was a little too tight for my likings, but I don't spend a lot of time at RV parks either. But if you had to call an RV park your home, this would be one to do so. Concrete pull-throughs, grass islands on each site--it is its own RV city. It was literally an RV "park-like" setting. Lots of mature trees to offer shade for all the residents. I didn't get to see the showers/bathrooms as I pulled in after they closed and didn't have the combo to the door to the bathrooms. But I am sure they were nice if they looked anything like the rest of this place. I'd stay there again. No place for dogs (off leash) to run in park, but the locals told us of a park to the west side of town just north of the RV park, and I took my labs for a long hike up in the sagebrush instead of on a leash in the RV park.
We pulled in after driving all afternoon and used it for the night. Staff was nice- they were closing up the office and told us to just pull in and would deal with us in the morning. Not a lot of big shade trees and sites are pretty close together, but for an evening stop over, it was a nice place. Restrooms/showers were nice. It is right on the road to the Grand Canyon, so you could use it as a base station for Grand Canyon trips. When we were there, there were only a few other campers. In the summer, it could easily be crowded due to lack of big trees and landscaping. Very nice clubhouse with nice fireplace and coffee concession inside.
Very nice park. Right in downtown Sedona. Lots of large shade trees making the park very scenic. We parked along side the creek in one of the "executive" sites. They allow dogs (but only on leash). My wife has issues with "our children" (dogs) on a leash, so every morning we would let them outside and quickly scamper down to the creek area where they could run around without anyone bothering them with a leash law. It worked well as we stayed there for over a week and never had any issues. The restrooms (showers too) were apparently recently remodeled and are very clean. I considered boondocking it in Sedona, but the forest service doesn't allow anyone to do so near the town. The only places available to do so are quite a ways out of town on VERY BUMPY roads and I would not recommend taking a larger travel trailer on any of those roads. Those roads aren't 4x4, but they are full of potholes, and very uneven- it would be a very slow drive with a travel trailer. We felt that the best place to stay in Sedona was the Rancho Sedona RV park. Its a clean place and central to everything.
We pulled in on Nov 8th 2010 - they were closing the campground the following weekend. It is a very nice place. Tall pine trees on a flat next to the creek. I can see during high season it could be a bit crowded, but when we were there, only a couple of sites in the whole place were taken. We literally had it to ourselves. The days we were there, it was very cold and even snowed one night (no accumulation). We eventually moved down to a trailer park in town as we felt that although the campground was nice, it was a ways too far out of town to visit with our friends on a daily basis (and it was very cold at night- while it was quite comfortable in Sedona during the evenings) I'd stay there again in the fall, if I didn't have to meet with friends in Sedona on a daily basis. I don't remember exactly how much it cost to stay there. I think it was around $20.