Nice manager, but place is run-down. Almost entirely very long-term rentals with old broken down trailers and motorhomes. No facilities other than laundry (we did not use). I would only stay here if very desperate (rig breaking down on way somewhere better). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Simple, gravel RV park with no real amenities. Park is under new management who are working hard to bring it to a higher standard. A good stop for exploring Cochise Stronghold and Chiricahua National Monument. Easy day trip to Douglas or Bisbee from the park. Front sites are 30amp and close together, but still room for our 40', 4 slide motorhome. New sites toward the back have more room and 50amp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The current owners took over the park in October 2013 and older reviews are not accurate as of the date of this review. Several new sites are under construction and are reported to be complete by late spring. The restroom was closed due to construction while we were there, but will be completed soon. Laundry room is newly remodeled and very nice. The manager was very nice and helpful, This is a "plain" park with little shade, but well maintained and by far the best in the area. The park has good Wi-Fi. A mix of travelers and longer term occupants, but no junk or badly run down trailers, and other occupants are friendly. A solid "8" rating for us based on the future completion of the restroom. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.