This park was the closest to our son who lives in Gilbert which is why we chose it. This mostly a snowbird park with a lot of residents which was fine, except the area they put us was pretty crowded together. Since we weren't there much it really didn't matter to us. Very close to shops, restaurants, etc. Will stay again next time we visit our son.
This is the closest campground to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon but it is still quite a drive. Sites not very level, no internet other than the phone. Lots of trees and wonderful areas to walk the dog. Only port a potties but they use chemicals so it isn't too bad. They charge for showers and laundry is kind of expensive but water is a premium up there. I would not want to show up at night here...very challenging backing into a lot of the sites. Pull thrus are used for the biggest RV's and fifth wheels. The staff is very helpful though assisting the process. Only one store/restaurant/gas station in the "town.
Stayed here thinking it was close to Carlsbad Caverns when in fact it was 45 minutes away. There was a two fenced dog areas which were nice but be careful walking the dog in the gravel areas because there are a lot of little stickers that are everywhere in the desert! The bathrooms were gorgeous and huge. I think its a little pricey considering how far away it is from Carlsbad.
Beautiful campground approx. 25 miles west of Zion National Park making it an easy place to stay as long as you have a car. (we did) Ask for a shady site if there in the summer...it was 100 degrees when we were there. Most of the sites have shade but they have expanded so some trees are quite small. Another thing to be aware of, is if you come from the east thru Zion, most RV's have to have their car removed and pay a $15 dollar fee to get thru the tunnel. They were built in the 1930's, so height is only 11 1/2 on the sides. They make the tunnel one way to accommodate RV's and buses. The roads are pretty windy too, so it makes for a somewhat stressful drive to get thru Zion. I suggest an alternate route if heading to Hurricane. We, or should I say my husband, drove our 33 ft RV but he said he would not want to do it again.
Easy access from I-70. Level lots, tons of shade trees, great areas to walk the dog. Not sure about the internet because I access it through my husband's phone via Verizon. Wish more parks had the types of sites that this one does. We had just come from Colorado in Estes Park and the sites there were terrible. They could use some tips from here.
When we first arrived, there were two other RV's practically right next to us. Half of the park was empty which made no sense as to why they would assign sites like that. After 2 days, I said something to the office staff who realized this was happening and agreed to not put anyone next to us if not necessary. The gravel roads and dirt are a real pain, but I have noticed all the parks in the area don't seem to care about that. They charge a lot of money but cram as many people as possible because of the proximity to RMNP. There are no trees, but a wonderful rushing river/stream that is on the grounds. I didn't take advantage of the family activities, but it does look like they have a lot for kids. The sites are wide, but because they are back to back it looses some of the feeling. They are level which based on what I have observed checking out other parks in the area is a plus. I would stay here again but think that this company,(which owns several parks), needs to upgrade their facilities based on these prices.
Very convenient to the interstate but it is located in a warehouse district so not particularly pretty. Friendly staff. Plenty of showers/toliets and great water pressure. We were only here one night so no need to hook up the sewer. Totally gravel and level, mostly pull thrus. No area to walk the dog inside the park but plenty outside of the park. Great place for a night.
This RV park is perfect for someone who wants a reasonable price and is within easy driving distance (under 30 min) to Sedona, Cottonwood, and several area attractions. We arrived at 9:30 at night, and the manager met us outside to guide us in. We had a problem with our 50 amp service that night (30 amp worked) but were moved in the morning with no problem. They had just revamped them the past week and didn't realize they weren't working correctly. There are some long term residents, but they are very nice, and their homes aren't in disarray at all like you sometimes see in long term parks. We would stay longer, but my husband wanted to be in downtown Sedona for a few days. Definitely not a kid park since there are no activities, but it was perfect for us! Very safe, lots of places to walk the dog close by the park. Convenient to the interstate.