Liked the park, liked the staff, liked the location in Sedona. Very nice shaded spot down by the river. One small downside, no real clear views of the famous Sedona formations. We enjoyed our visit, and the help of the staff in providing good advise on the surrounding area. The hostess also helped us set up a Pink Jeep tour, with the added twist of me recovering from a broken hip. She made sure I could get the nice passenger seat, and suggested one of the tours that was less rough. We were there when a small storm came through, and knocked off almost all of the colorful leaves from the trees. The ground staff were out everyday, trying to pick up the carpet of leaves. We recommend this park, and will be back for a visit during the rainy season. Sedona is a charming location, with a unique mix of art, hiking, waters, and views. The drive up Hwy. 89 to Flagstaff, is a blast!! Two thumbs up on this park, and staff!
This is a unique older campground, with charm and evidence of the care the owners have for their park. We feel the park was made for a different time, of automobiles and trailers. It's held up well with the RV crowd, with the bulk of the sites being able to handle up 36-38', and a few pull through for larger rigs. They've done a good job of maintaining this park. Though we did not use them, the restrooms were always clean and well cared for. Many of the sites have privacy from their adjoining sites. The walks on the paths to the Lakes and Rocks around the park, are safe and pleasant. The park does have a mix of some full time sites. This is our second visit, and both times we felt the mix of full time and non full time was fine. This is not a park to go swimming, or party at the rec room. It is a nice park to just get away, and use as a home base to hit Prescott, Jeromes, Sedona, Skull Valey, Chino Valley, etc. Many thanks to the owners and staff, for maintaining such a nice park. I could imagine a late 50's or early 60's Airstream club visiting!!