I stayed here for a week looking for someplace to possibly spend the winter. It was a nice enough park and I liked the town of Apache Junction. But, I didn't like Happy Days enough to stay long-term. Lots were level and gravel. Pool and hot tub were nice. There were no activities since a lot of the snowbirds had already left. Only one shower, but I never had a problem with it being busy. Shower/bathroom was clean. Office staff was nice. It is an all 50 amp campground, but they gave me an adapter to use. WiFi worked fairly well. My biggest complaint was that I could only get 5 or 6 TV stations using the converter box, and they would fade in and out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has friendly hosts and a great Wi-Fi. Mostly older park models with snow birds. Easy back in site with full hook ups. No cable TV, but 30 channels from the antenna. The Wi-Fi was good enough to watch TV from our Slingbox. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A snow bird park. There are many park models and a lot of full time residents. The managers are very hard working and helpful. The rate is based on the monthly rate. There are many daily activities. The park is usually full! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good park, more trailer park than campground. Full of winter residents lots of park models as well as RV models that were firmly attached to the ground. Only saw a very few "in and outers" or overnighters. Was/am staying for 3 months (rate for month was very reasonable even paying my own electric). Couple of wonderful hosts who are on top of everything and were there to help with set up or any other needs. Sites had a concrete pad (no table) and most had the obligatory palm tree (no shade). Gravel throughout with well paved roads. Sites are wide enough to back in to w/o problem, but once done, parking the truck was very close to the neighbors. This part of the state/city is full of RV parks and most are 55+ places. I guess, I'm glad I qualify, though not fully retired yet. Wi-Fi flickered at times but air card back up got great signal. Too bad there was no CATV, especially for prolonged stays. Made a great home there, though. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An immaculately clean and friendly park. The park managers are really nice and obviously take great pride in their park. They've thought of just about everything. There's even an iron and ironing board in the laundry room! The sites are all gravel, they are very wide and level, and can accommodate large rigs with lots of slides. We loved our site. We had views of the Superstition Mountains from our windshield. We camped here in a Motorhome.