This is the second winter we have spent time at Bonita Vista. It is an older mobile home park with plenty of sites converted for use by RVs. The sites are huge, with lots of room for toads or slides. The managers/staff and residents are all very friendly and welcomed us to weekly events such as pot lucks, entertainment, pool etc. The park is on the far eastern edge of the Phoenix area, but close to Mesa and near Canyon and Saguaro lakes, lots of hiking trails and other things to do. The club house is spacious, with a library, computer room, TV area and nice showers. We enjoyed our stay here enough to come back for a second winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park converting many sites to new park models and RV use. Very helpful and nice people in the office, Sites are large enough for most large rigs and not difficult to get into. Plenty of activity geared a little more to the older crowd. Very friendly residents, and helpful. Pet friendly and located close to all the shopping you could desire. Very clean pool and washrooms. Has a sand golf course adjacent. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not a true RV-friendly park. Just an average geezer trailer park in Apache Junction. RV sites are scattered around, and you must be very careful about your hookups, and proximity to US 60 in the back, or Southern in the front. Some of the sewer caps are sideways, water can be on the patio (wrong side), electric is way back. So take a good look. Wi-Fi only works in the clubhouse. Many facilities in need of repair. Pool and spa look nice, tho concrete is cracked up. Only one usable indoor shower, ones by pool are not hot. "Computer Room" was worthless as was the "Fitness Room" (old machines not plugged in) . Monthly rate $550 is much better deal than $35 daily; not sure how we lasted 30 days here. Won't be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although this is mostly a 55+ mobile home/mfg home park, they do have some RV spots (as the case at most of the parks in this area). The office staff were very nice and gave us a good rate. Our rig was parked on gravel, but we had a large concrete patio on the door side and another concrete pad on the other side for our truck. The park was very quiet - no trains nor highway noise. Most of the residents are here for the winter, but we found them all friendly. The pool is very nice. If you are interested, there are many planned activities. The only downside is the WI-FI doesn't work well. There is no cable TV, but we could pick up the local stations with an antenna. The Superstition Mountains and Apache Trail are nearby and beautiful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A beautiful park with a HUGE recreation hall, gorgeous pool and spa, and beautifully landscaped, mature plantings. Primarily a manufactured home resort, but the RV spaces are nice and are mostly separate from the permanent homes. Would be a great place to spend the winter season. There appears to be lots to do on their activities calendar, both onsite and as tours/trips. (We were here a bit late in the season to take advantage, though.) And Apache Junction is very close to lots of recreational, shopping, and leisure activities, too. Oh: and we got to take lots of pictures of a pair of baby owls! There's an owl's nest in a palm tree onsite and the babies were SO CUTE! The managers said the owl returns every year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well the park is not much to look at and I thought the rates were a little steep for a parking lot. There's a beautiful state park nearby: Lost Dutchman. Other than that, blah. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.