Rate is based on monthly CASH fees, incl. electric. Previous reviews generally reflect our findings. We could not get information from their web-site because it probably has been hacked and fully translated into Korean language. Another web-site with closely the same name was taken off the internet due to non-payment. Anyhow, the entrance to the park for big rigs is tricky due to a hard right with limited space and heavy on-going traffic on Rt.89A. We had to continue to the next traffic-light and make a U-turn using a wide open area. Subsequently we returned and used the center-lane to safely enter the camping to the left. Do NOT use Rt.89A from Flagstaff or from Prescott due to steep mountain roads, better use Rt.260 from I-17 to Cottonwood. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Surprisingly loved this park. It is an older park, with a quirky layout, which is mostly long-term residents. The shade trees were great and our site was level and had both great cable and good Wi-Fi. There was a little bit of traffic noise, but at night we didn't notice it very much at all. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The other residents were also very friendly and very quiet. My Verizon card and Sprint cell phone both worked well here. The location is about 20 minutes from Sedona, 20 from Jerome and 20 from the casino plus close to the grocery stores. Not a lot of frills at this park, no pool or hot tub and the dog walk wasn't really much of a dog walk but the Wi-Fi here works much better than the 'fancy' park over by the casino, so we were happy and would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park. Close to everything and big rig friendly. Easy in and out. We were greeted by really nice staff who went out of their way to make our stay nice. This is a place to stay for awhile. Lots of big trees and shade. They even have a lounge with lots of books. I would have given a 10, but no pool. I will be back and stay there again. Rate is based on a 1 week stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed a month's stay in this nice, old park. The site was large and level, rocked and shady. In spite of being on a major street, it's nice and quiet, and walking distance to a number of restaurants. Walmart and grocery stores are nearby. Everything worked well and was clean. The managers were very friendly and helpful. Yes, it is an older park, with some permanent residents in old units, but they are friendly and quiet. Could not ask for more. (The price I've listed is based on a rate of $400 a month.) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
After checking out all the private campgrounds in the Cottonwood area, I found this one to be the best. While there are a number of long term and permanent residents in units sometimes on the shabbier side, the park is very clean, friendly, and safe with lots of shade. I have decided to stay on for a few months as a result. The gravel sites are mostly quite spacious and level with privacy fences in between. Cable and internet are included and while the internet works quite well at my site, I understand it can vary from site to site. There are two loops, one for 30 amp and one for 50 amp. There are no longer any pull through sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older Park that advertises pull throughs but they do not have them. They could but chose not to let you have them. Owners were very nice and friendly and checked the park in even to see if you needed anything. The fill in office staff was rude and seemed too busy to be helpful and not polite when asked questions. Park had very clean showers and restrooms. Would not stay here again as it is not set up for larger homes. More for long term campers and perm residents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice people, small comfortable park, very helpful. Told me this park may be put into a historic listing: it has been here a long time. Nice area, near a lot of attractions. Cottonwood is small and very clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hostess was very nice to deal with but sadly this park really lacks appeal in appearance. Very small, one little loop is all it consists of. It seemed to be mostly long term residents or at least looks that way. I decided to move onto another spot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This wasn't a bad park to stay in for a couple of days. Close to everything in town, and managers were friendly and very helpful. Not many amenities, but we would stay again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is nice and clean. River rock sites with a lot of shade since it is an older park. Many
full time residents. No pool. Great bathrooms that are old but extremely well maintained. A nice overnight or two-three nite park. Our daughter and
son-in-law live there so we use it as a base to visit with them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean shaded RV park with river rock sites (no dirt/gravel) in town. Clean well kept restrooms even though park seems to be old and was at one time just a trailer trash park. Has been renovated and kept up nicely. We camped here in a camper.