Though a PPA campground, they did not honor the rate for Sat or Sun night. We paid two nights at full rate ($32) and two nights at half. So average of $24 a night is not bad. Spaces can seem tight, but are quite level and all utilities within easy reach. Step out patio is nice touch and there is clear space to park tow vehicle next to RV. Pool and hot tub were warm, clean and a great addition; laundry was reasonable and clean. Showers are now tile lined rooms (2) at pool side with lockable door, and shower head is rain-head in ceiling. Only toilet we found was in laundry and while "clean", was certainly not convenient nor adequate for campground. As someone said, be self contained. They have recycling program but do not take glass or Styrofoam. Biggest issue for me was Wi-Fi - it is pay ($5 a day or $15 a week) but NO ONE at check-in knew that or could tell me how to get on. I was advised, "Wait until Monday when manager is here." On Monday, SHE didn't know. That is expensive and inconvenient, particularly when staff hasn't a clue. Overall place was convenient for visiting a relative and sites were not bad. But it just felt like RVers were an afterthought. We'd stay again because of proximity to family. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park but the sites are small and hard to back in to. Unorganized staff but friendly. Security gate. Received Passport-America rate for 2 nights, but it's not good on weekends. On-site propane delivery and trash pickup. Would definitely stay here again. Concrete patio. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff welcome guests to Royal Palm, a well-tended 495 space 'age-qualified' park, about 100 of which are RV sites up front. The community is gated, so arrival before the 3pm office closing is recommended. A lone, if lovely, 50 foot tall 50 year old palm marks each spacious (if boring) site. Each includes a 7'x25' concrete patio floating upon a sea of neatly raked gravel. A individual mailbox with your site number stenciled on the lid will be filled by an actual U S Postal carrier each day, if you plan ahead. Trash is picked up twice weekly from below your mailbox; this is a problem unless you travel with an actual garbage can of adequate size. Recycling bins are available but there is no dumpster to be found. Restrooms are available (and clean!) in the clubhouse; showers are strictly door-less/open air adjacent to the pool. The pool is lovely, huge, and heated to a delightful 88 degrees. So is the spa. There is a large game room, card room, and exchange library, too. A clean, bright, laundry with multiple machines is in an adjacent building. Unfortunately, all these facilities are a multi-block walk from the RV area, so self-containment is a must. $32 nightly or $459 monthly. Wifi extra--itengo--and pricey. Fortunately, both Del Taco and McDonalds (one mile south at 19th Ave and Northern) offer free Wi-Fi. Would we stay again? YES--we left our trailer in the storage area ($42 monthly) and will be back in three weeks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a large Mobile Home Park (55 plus community) located at W Dunlap Ave. about a mile east of I-17. RV sites are located in a corner of the park right along Dunlap Ave. but divided with a fence but a lot of road noise. The dog walk area is all gravel so on hot days it could be a problem. They have a 2 pet limit. It is cheap enough and served out needs as we were visiting some relatives in the area. The sites have a concrete patio slab but 40' is the max length. The swimming pool/spa is centrally located in the park so it is a good ways from the RV Sites. The staff was very friendly and if you need a cheap place and live out of your RV, it is fine. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.