Nice, quite, little park just off the interstate. Did not hear any highway noise. Friendly people. Some shade depending on the time of day. Easy access. No cable TV, but we got couple of channels off the air. All the permanent sites were well keep. It was windy when we were there, but the wind always blows in Kingman. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The showers were very nice - tiled walls with large sliding glass doors - and had plenty of hot water and were exceptionally clean. The location when viewed on a map looks like it might be noisy from the highway and trains, but it was quiet, probably because of a high cement block wall that blocks the noise. The reason I didn't give it a "10" was the sites are close together and other than the scattered pine trees there are no plants of any kind so it looks rather barren. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best restrooms and showers we've ever been in but no hot water. It wasn't cold cold, but not really warm. It reminded me of camping years ago with not cold showers, but not warm. The site was level and ground hard. Site wasn't long enough to pull through and leave towed hooked up. The sewer was at the back of the site: barely had enough hose and it almost ran up hill. The site access was good but the leaving was on the city streets had to go around the block. Park roads themselves were fine. Didn't use their Internet. It was amazing quiet considering how close to the highway we were. Park was well maintained. The check in person can be difficult to understand because of her French accent. We stayed to visit the museums. The Bonelli house was the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camp Club USA rate. Access directly off I-40 exit 53. The staff was super friendly and the CG is very clean. Paved roads with level gravel sites and 30 AMP, W/S, free Wi-Fi. Our Clear Cards pulled a good signal, better than CG Wi-Fi. Good Cell Phone coverage, no CTV & not much on-the-air TV. Several long term residents but quiet and a good place to stop. Getting back to I-40 is an easy right turn from the park, two blocks and a left turn back to Devine to avoid the median barrier. Traffic noise and trains were not an issue. Basically a pleasant stop and we would stop again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We wanted a site close to I-40 and did not find this park listed in our Trailer Life Campground program, but it showed up on our Streets & Map navigator. It is right off I-40 and although close to the highway/trail the noise was tolerable. We stayed only one night. The bathrooms and showers were immaculate, the park was clean and we felt safe. The secure Wi-Fi worked well. The park was great for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It had what we need for the night, 50 amp and Wi-Fi. Mostly long term campers, the back row is used for overnight rigs. The local park residents are very friendly. You can hear I-40 and passing trains but it didn't bother us. The right turn out of the park (needed to get back to I-40) was to difficult for our 40' rig with tow, so we had to go straight then turn right on Devine instead of left because island. I doubt we would stay here again, we might try another park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is right off I-40 and very close to train tracks. This is a good overnight stop but there is a lot of highway and train noise. Staff was very friendly and helpful. There is a Walmart Super Center about 2 miles away and an excellent Chinese Buffet right down the street, ABC Chinese Buffet. There appear to be quite a few people living here but the park was clean and safe. This is the Camp Club USA rate. Wi-Fi worked well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.