Stayed for three nights. This is a very old dirt/gravel park. We wanted to be on the North side of Tucson upon continuing our journey. Some road noise. Manager was nice. Good stop over out of Tucson traffic but, close enough to shopping. Park cost $30, but it's only worth $18. Long term people here are nice and friendly. Not a destination spot.
We camped here in a Motorhome.
Close to highway so some noise for adjacent campsites. Laundry has one washer and one dryer. Older RV park, but manager installing new electrical boxes (still 30 amp). Like an earlier reviewer we tried to get into Catalina State Park, but it was full. We heard later that a heavy rain had made a mess of parts of the state park, so it was just as well we stayed at Wishing Well. I would stay only for overnight, but there were long term residents there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here after arriving at Catalina State Park to find that they were full. The gal at the state park booth told us to try this campground which is about 5 miles further north. At first glance we were leery but we were both tired and just wanted to stop for the night. The park is dirt with the sites having enough room to put out slides and park your toad. The water pressure was very good and we had no problems with the electric. While in the office I noticed 2 washers and a dryer. We only saw 6 pull through sites which were located towards the back of the park. It proved to be quieter there without traffic noise at night. This is a very old park and I'm sure it's seen better days, but it was fine for an overnight stay. It was close to shopping and propane (Rancher's Supply), and lots of cafes and restaurants nearby. There was cell/aircard service. Not a destination but would stop again if we had to. We camped here in a Motorhome.