This is our second winter staying at this park for a couple months. This year we were there from January through March. Very enjoyable - friendly folks, and the owner is great. Park is always clean and quiet. Walking distance to town, and lots of outdoor places to explore. Very reasonable rates by the month, the cable TV is very helpful, and the internet is fantastic, even for streaming movies. Our Verizon phones work very well here too. Big bonus is the park is highly dog friendly with a 4 dog limit. We like that. We'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small RV park with full hookups. Cable does not get any network channels; Wi-Fi is excellent. Owner a bit eccentric, but fun to talk with. Few trees; some sites a bit hard to get into. But the scenery and the birding. Be sure to see the cemetery at the Harshaw ghost town site. Old time gas station in town with very friendly owner; gas was $3.99, but worth it for the full-service, conversation and clean windshield. Town is quaint, a few galleries and a few restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not much to look (thus a rating of 8) at but extremely comfortable. The Wi-Fi is the best we have ever encountered. We stayed for 2 months and were very happy. Easy walk into town, quiet park, very friendly and the owner is always on site and available to take care of any issues. The pipes froze and he stayed around and took care of everyone. Dogs are very welcome and this is a truly 'pet friendly' park. We will be back!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here to enjoy the birding in southeastern Arizona. Patagonia is a cute little town, and this is a nice, quiet little park. There was plenty of room in the pull through site for our extra-long rig. The owner was very pleasant, and the sites were level. Very pet friendly. Highly recommend the Velvet Elvis for gourmet pizza. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small park with not much to do. It’s a little pricey for what you get. We really only stayed here because it was convenient to Nogales, and we were preparing to cross the border into Mexico. We also needed to receive our mail here, and they gave us a PO Box to use. However, they rarely go into town to check their box, so we had to convince the postmaster to give us our mail directly. Sites were a little tight for backing in, and people didn’t clean up after their dogs. The camp has a nice coin-op laundry, but it turned out that many town residents use it, so it was hardly ever free. We really liked the game room and used it quite a bit. The cell phone coverage was great, and our Verizon air card worked fine. Most of the people staying here are hunters. We left a tub of birdseed outside, and it was raided by peccaries. Apparently, they can pop lids off tubs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Simple park, in a simple little town. The owner was great, and the area is absolutely beautiful. I loved my stay here, and can't wait to return to better explore the areas surrounding this gem of a town in Southern Arizona. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Small campground but we found nothing to complain about. Restrooms and showers were just immaculate. They are key coded for entry and this could be a problem as the office is not continuously staffed and those arriving while it is unmanned will not have immediate access. We stayed two nights and were perfectly happy. We camped here in a Motorhome.