Nice park with easy access off I-40. It isn't just an RV Park, there's also a Horse Motel there as well. The horses are well off from the park. All the front desk folks were extremely nice. There's a little store which has to be the most well stocked camp store I've ever seen in a park! Also, they have private showers and bathrooms for guests. Remodeling the showers now with some lovely tile. Free WiFi is available through the park. Each site gets one login, so you can use only one device at a time. But the WiFi had good speed and didn't throttle my computer. Oh, the pull through sites are huge! And there's plenty of space between neighbors. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like to stay here when in the Kingman area. The spots are long and roomy. The sites are gravel but level. All the services work fine. It is a easy on and off I-40 but it has little rood noise. Nice people in the office. We will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was incredibly friendly! One of the owners told us the office is open until 8:00 pm, but we pulled in late at 9:30 and her husband was waiting to give us our map and welcome us. He said we could take care of paying in the morning. The sites were HUGE, biggest we've ever encountered. Our Subaru could stay hooked up to our 40' motor home and still have room before the road met our site. Site was gravel and level, no grass for the pups but extremely nice to not have to worry about tight turns and navigation. Enclosed dog runs are very important to us, because our 2 pups are nervous doing business on their leashes (unfortunately) so having 2 large runs divided by a fence was wonderful, so they could also stay separated from bigger dogs that scare them. The view is beautiful with mountains/hills surrounding. Most tenants came out around 8:00 am to walk their dogs so it was a fun environment everyone talking and drinking coffee letting their dogs play. We had so much fun and wished we could stay longer. OH, and because we were a late arrival and didn't use showers/bathroom, they only charged us $20 vs. $28 - never heard that before - super sweet and congenial! Would stay here over and over; this would also be a great site for anyone looking to stay a lot longer. It's 2 hours from the Grand Canyon, and Kingman is a precious little city - all the necessities close by and lots to see and do! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, clean park right off of I-40 about 12 miles east of Kingman. Had we been able to stay more than one night, we would have. Folks running the park were very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean park. Seems popular, glad we made a reservation. Good Wi-Fi, CTV only covers the major networks. Interior roads of the park are very nice, wish I could say the same for the access from I-40. Slight smell of diesel fumes, not sure where they originate. Could be trucks with engines running in the nearby Petrol station. Fenced dog play area. Overall, a nice park with friendly hosts. We would stay here again if we need a over-night stay while traveling. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great for an overnight stop! Gravel sites are very level and long. We didn't have to unhook our fifth wheel from our truck since the site was that level. Far enough away from the highway that there was very little road noise. We got there early and there were several sites but they filled up quickly for folks stopping for the night. This was the best price we've paid for a gravel site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Possibly the finest "Gravel Lot RV Parking Lot" we have ever visited. Yup, there is not a speck of grass anywhere, well, except for some that accidentally is growing around some of their trees. Really this is a fine facility run by nice people, it's just that everything is gravel and the gravel is so fine it's almost sand, which tracks in terribly. If we were in the Owen Valley we would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great spot. We were headed to Taos from California and spent a night at Blake Ranch. A very well run park. Only drawback was access road from the freeway was in terrible shape. This road is not part of the park, but be sure to go slow. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located about 12 miles east of Kingman and it is surprisingly very nice. The sites are very spacious on gravel. The bathrooms are individual and nice. There is limited cable and good Wi-Fi available at each site. While there is some road noise, the sites are far enough away that it is minimal. This is the first time we have stayed here and we will be back. At an elevation of 4,300 ft., it is much cooler here than in downtown Kingman or Needles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Actual price was $25.69 which reflects Good Sam discount and 4% credit card processing fee for pull-through, 30-amp W/E/S site. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Nice gravel sites, fairly level. This is a "big rig" friendly park about 12 miles east of Kingman on I-40. Well off the Interstate and no noise but easy on and off. Very nice laundry facilities and reasonably priced. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wonderful spot for an overnight stay. Quite quiet given the proximity to the Interstate. I was unable to get the Wi-Fi to operate either late at night or in the morning. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here one night to try out our new RV (close to home). Beautiful area. You can hear some freeway noise, but nothing really bad. Good place for sure if you are passing through and need a place for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely park, very clean sites and wide/long, picnic table at each site. Great fenced dog area, which was a real blessing for our dogs who were tied up during a month long trip. This was our last stop on the way home, did one night, didn't use showers or bathrooms. Although it is behind a truck stop which is just off the 40 it is not noisy at all. Wi-Fi was excellent and free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very handy park and well laid out with pull-hrough gravel sites. Nice dog park that we were close to. Water pressure and voltage were good. Iron Skillet restaurant several hundred yards away was very convenient to walk to so we left the trailer hooked up as we were only staying for the night. Shell fuel at the side of the Petro was cheaper than the diesel on the truck stop side. We would stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The last time we stayed here was almost 6 years ago. I had justifiably good memories of it. The website suggests most use it simply for an overnight stop as we did both times, and it is way better than that. It is most definitely a desert park, but, especially the office area, is very well landscaped. The sites are pea gravel. I was able to get perfectly level manually with all wheels still grounded. That's better than some with concrete pads recently. Only a single WIFI access code is given, but my wife understood that if it was a problem we could have another. We usually use our own 4G anyway, but it didn't work well here. (When I did use the park's it was just fine.) Another plus for me is the nearby gas station. And apparently for others as well. There were 3 of us from the park there shortly after 7am. Gas was much cheaper at the truck stop next exit west. While it is 16 miles to Kingman, that's why I have a toad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. Paved roads with pea gravel and long level sites. Good Wi-Fi. Very nice owners give a pleasant experience. The park is up on a hill side overlooking a restaurant and truck stop and far enough away to escape the noise and commotion. Everything worked well, and we will seek this park out on our return to this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice spot to stop. Sites are nice and level, and well groomed. Truck stop just below the park with good restaurant and good fueling . Friendly staff, and clean sites. If had a few days to rest, would have stayed and relaxed! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is with 15% SKP discount. This park is conveniently right off I-40 behind a Pilot truck stop. Iron Skillet and Dunkin Donuts within walking distance. Even though we were close to the highway, we were higher up and therefore never heard the trucks nor traffic. Very clean park. Sites: Decent sized, most with a nice shade tree. Pea gravel which was kept refreshed. Bathrooms: Clean, but a little bit of a walk from RV. Laundry: Great laundry. I should have done my wash there. Many units, 2 sitting tables with magazines, large table for folding clothes. Pets: Welcome. Two small dog parks. Large enough for a little running and enough room for play. Wifi: Worked well. Verizon internet: Excellent Sprint internet: Very Good Verizon phone: Very good AT&T phone: Very Good Book exchange: Activities: Not much. Horseshoes. Area/Town/Sights: Not much to do around here. The town of Kingman is 15 miles away and that is where the stores, restaurants are located. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. This is out third stay at the Ranch. Arrived after a long day in 98 degree heat and a lot of wind. Check in was very easy and quick. Pulled into site #13, leveled the rig and then plugged in the power. Our Surge Guard surge protector showed no power from the receptacle. Did some troubleshooting then called the office. After about 15 minutes, maintenance man showed up and said he would have to replace the plug. Moved to site 12, where I had already checked the power. Note to self….check the power before setting up the rig. Good water pressure. The WiFi is free with moderate speed. You can only connect one device per account so when I was connected, the wife had to wait until I was finished. A little bit of a hassle. There was a distinct sewer smell, which I suspect was coming from the horse corrals. It was bad enough that we didn't sit outside at all. Our Verizon Jet Pack connected at 3G with three bars, but was very, very slow to the point it was useless most of the time. Did not use any of the facilities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly experience, courteous staff, and friendly guests. Sites were very roomy and clean. Easy access to the park and found it a quiet place to stay. Restroom and showers were spotless. Very good place to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Reserved for one month stay and ended up staying for a year. Blake Ranch RV Park is a very quaint, convenient and very well maintained family RV Park. Staff here are very friendly and always happy to help when needed. Host are extremely helpful and welcoming! My husband and I found this jewel in our travels throughout the US, and has become one of our top picks in parks. If you appreciate clean laundry facilities, restrooms, and showers you will want to make this park one of your stops. The convenience store is always stocked with anything you may need and prices are very competitive. We will be staying here again when near. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I like this park a lot. When you get off RT 40 at Exit 66 there is a truck stop for easy fill up. The park is then up a hill, far enough away from the road and truck stop. The park is very quiet. Very clean. Nice 'natural' landscaping. HUGE pull-through sites. Exceptionally nice laundry room - and only $1.00! Two nice dog areas, and trails to let your dog run if you choose. Camp hosts could not have been nicer. Camp is surrounded by mountains, awesome view. All in all an exceptional park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. We had heard good things about it and decided to make it a few day stay on this trip. We were not disappointed at all. The staff was great and very helpful. The sites have a table and are wide and long. It is a desert setting so it is rock (pea gravel) and trees. The laundry room is big and very clean. We will be back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It just don't get any better. My rate reflects the winter special of pay for two months and get the third month free. This is my winter spot! The rate does not include electric as it is metered, but it does include cable TV, WiFi and a nice level back-in site with plenty of room, picnic table etc. I was looking for quite awhile for a place to hang my hat for the winter. This owner was very responsive to my emails and made some great suggestions and some alternative pay plans, great people. Can you say clean; this place is spotless. Gravel sites, but nice small "P" gravel, raked and clean. Good hook-ups, lit, but not too bright. Wonderful rec room and by far some of the best bathrooms and shower rooms of any campground. Large 10 foot square full bathroom, shower, toilet, a nice sink and counter, hooks to hang your clothes; they thought of everything. I was at one other campground that had this type setup and always return there because of it. I will be back here for sure, maybe all of next winter or at least 3 months. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a nine only because they do not have paved sites. The gravel sites were not exactly level but they were OK. We were able to park our 35' and truck without unhitching. The laundry was very clean and inexpensive. The entire park was well cared for. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Even the permanent sites were well taken care of. Cable stations very limited but worked well. Just off I-40 but noise was not a problem. We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Out in the middle of nowhere...should have known since it mentioned horses. All dirt, more like mud pit. We did not end up staying and they refused to refund us. We chose another park in the area and we were extremely satisfied with other choice. We WILL NOT stay here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All the comforts of home while on the road. Clean, quiet park. We arrived after sunset but were able to find our way to our site easily. We stayed only one night en-route to family in NC, GA and AL. Easy access in and out of park and back onto I-40. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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My wife and I wanted to get out of town for Thanksgiving week and choose Blank Ranch RV Park over several campgrounds we researched from western New Mexico to eastern California. I’ll point out the things that I look for in a park and hopefully I’ll cover a few of yours. First the highway noise; there is some but it never bothered us as it reminds us we are on vacation (not full timers yet!) and actually is relaxing to us. I can’t speak of the wash rooms or laundry because we use are RV for these purposes. The park is well maintained and clean with very long and large gravel sites (we were in site 20). Also important to us (mainly me since I do the driving) is the ease of pulling in and out of the site this certainly was no problem with our 40’ MH with tow. The utilities were fine with maybe the water pressure being a little low but certainly not bad. There is cable available and did use along with our satellite which we had no problems with signal as well as the Wi-Fi. If you have four legged friends as we do you will love the dog runs. They have two adjoining large dog runs with where you can remove the leashes and let them run, part of the reason we chose this park. Overall if you’re looking for a park that is clean and quiet with a well stocked store and friendly owners you should try this park out, I’m glad we did and we’ll definitely be back when in the area. Price reflects 7 day stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here before and have found the campground to be very well maintained. The lots are fairly level gravel pads. Wi-Fi was good, as well as the cable. Quiet spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is super easy to access off I-40 and has a truck stop nearby with low fuel prices, a restaurant, and store. The park is restful with large sites, very clean restrooms, and wonderful private shower rooms. The staff is great, and the grounds inviting. There is a little road noise from the nearby highway but not bad. We will definitely stay here whenever passing by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great overnight spot with pull-through sites. Our satellite TV worked well. The best thing about this park is the dog run. You can let your dog of the leash. Staff are friendly. Its next to a truck stop but we never heard any noise. We did enjoy the truck wash and the Iron Skillet (breakfast) before hitting the road. We would stay here again for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is clean and attractive with paved interior roads and gravel sites. Each site has a small tree and picnic table, is spacious and level. Power and sewer were good, water pressure a little uneven. Satellite TV reception was fine, AT&T cell had five bars but no Internet, Verizon Wi-Fi dropped occasionally. I gave this park a 9 because of freeway noise and trucks using their engine brakes to slow down for the truck stop. I used ear plugs to sleep. I would stay here again, with ear plugs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park. Long dirt pull through. Free Wi-Fi for one computer. I can't agree a 10 as some say even though it is very nice. Gravel/dirt, no pool, no fitness center, one computer Wi-Fi, a fair walk to restrooms from sites, that's not a 10 in my book. Still $25 for 50Amp and this nice is very welcome. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is top-notch. I rated 1 below a perfect 10 only because if it were isolated and away from traffic noise, that would have been 10. Very nice folk that own and run the place. Showers are individual rooms with a toilet and even with a sanitary paper bath mat to step out upon from the shower - like a fancy hotel. Wow! If you are disappointed with this place, put a For Sale sign on your rig and stay home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First off, as a previous poster said, watch the bumps coming off I-40 east from where you exit up to the park! Petro is a very busy truck stop with scales but the only noise you hear when you're outside your RV up at the campground is the low rumble of trucks on the interstate. Food at the Iron Skillet is good and plentiful. The park itself is past the truck stop and is bump-free, very well kept, easy pull through's, very friendly, helpful staff, and just a lovely place to be. Wi-Fi works very well (although only one computer on at a time from a campsite) and Verizon phone has a good signal. Not a lot of cable channels (10 or so) but the ones they have are good. Didn't try our antenna. There are 5 geocaches within 3 miles of the campground (3 of them are within 1 mile) and many more in Kingman. We would definitely recommend this park to anyone who wants to be away from the city but still visit Kingman and historic Route 66. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is nice and clean. Close to the freeway and truck stop, so noise from the big rigs is noticeable. Showers are very clean and big. This is a great overnight stop on I-40. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The people that run this park are extremely nice. They go out of their way to help you. I would recommend anyone passing through Kingman, AZ, to stop and enjoy this park. Conveniently located to get in and out but go very slowly past the truck stop and into the RV park area. Major bumps!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for our first night in a rented Motorhome after arriving from England. Needed a stopover between Vegas and the Grand Canyon and chose Blake Ranch after reading the reviews on this website. Arrived a bit later than planned, at close to 8pm. The office was still open and we were made to feel very welcome. Sites are level and spacious and with easy access. Site is clean and we had a very comfortable night with no noise from the freeway. A great welcome to the US and great value for money. Recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent park. Folks are friendly. The sites are all gravel but we were level when we pulled in. Showers are huge, very clean and very hot water. New laundry. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The website for this park makes it look cute and charming. It is not. It is very plain with gravel sites and lots of full time residents. The only thing I can say is it's better than most Arizona KOA's. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well maintained grounds and facility. Very nice lady at check in and attention to detail. Pea gravel sites with easy access. Trees at each side for some shade, but still small. It was hot while were there, but we simply went to shady side of RV. Too windy for awning. Only stayed one night, but would easily stay longer if had the time. And the bonus was that they sell BEER in the office-store since we couldn't find any at Petro. Woo Hoo. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great stop or longer stay. Two fenced dog runs. Truck stop at foot of hill has lowest price fuel in area. The is a Dunkin Donuts and restaurant at the truck stop. Quiet despite closeness to Hwy 40. Office staff cheerful and it was a quick check-in. Large 10X10 separate shower rooms. There is plenty room for Big Rigs .Will stop again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground. Agreed with positive comments from previous posters. We were in space six and on first pull through. I was level front to back and side to side! We were only staying one night and I didn't even have to unhook. At sign in the office offered a buy one get half off coupon for the buffet at the Iron Skillet at the Petro. That's hardly a 5 minute walk. It does not have a pool but with all the shade trees it would be a nice place to be for a couple of days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice campground, very very clean and well maintained. Each site has a tree for shade, a picnic bench and gravel parking. Easy to reach from highway 40, just north of Kingman, AZ. The staff is friendly and so helpful, we will definitely stay here again when we are back this way! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean park, nice staff, conveniently close to the I-40, everything worked as advertised. My wife and I felt comfortable letting the kids explore on their bikes. There are actually some fun dirt paths nearby that we explored on our bikes. Not a lot of shade and not a lot of charm, but for a safe and clean stop in Kingman this one is dependable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park to stop for an overnight. All gravel, but level sites, quiet and handy for highway. Nice little fenced in dog run. Friendly office staff. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park. Sites may not be very level, but the motorhome leveled out ok anyway. Wide open spaces and views. Park includes an area for keeping up horses. Staff very friendly and helpful. Will definitely stay again. Price is right. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient, extremely well kept campground. Friendly staff. The small convenience store is nicely stocked with necessities. The campground is on a hill overlooking I 40 but far enough away that the traffic noise is steady and low if windows are open. Individual large shower rooms(10x10) and plenty of hot water were a real treat. Propane and laundry on site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We liked this park. The office staff as well as others were very friendly and accommodating. Sites were large, level and well kept. Rest rooms and showers were immaculate. Cable was not great and there were no other amenities but the park was very well maintained. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly ladies in the office, easy in and out, and also got a Good Sam discount of 10% (so, $22.50 per night with the discount). We bought some Aqua-Kem in the store and went to our level site. The cable TV was a bit snowy and the water pressure wasn't quite what we would have hoped for (in the last spot in our row, number 15). Even so, it was good enough for a shower. We couldn't hear the interstate but it was windy. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects an Escapee's discount. Clean, quiet, close to fuel, and they sell propane here as well. Our site was a level, gravel pull through so we did not have to unhook our toad. This is not a destination RV park but a nice place for an overnight stay. Helpful and friendly staff. Looked like there might be some long term folks there but it was quiet at night and a very easy on/off the freeway. Nice area for pets and a little playground for the kids. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was easy to get to off of interstate I-40. I heard very little noise from the interstate. Sites were very generous, level gravel, easy to get in and out, and no problems putting out slides. Check in was fast and easy. I was not happy with the free wifi. It was slow and difficult to log on. Don't log on then set your device down to go to grab a drink because you wont be logged in when you get back. This park is fine for an overnight stay We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First rank park. Reasonable rates, helpful cheery staff, level sites, easy pull-throughs, sparkling restrooms, well stocked grocery store, super fast wifi, quiet. Don't hesitate to stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Everything about this park was excellent, from the check in to the check out. Everyone was friendly and helpful. Very clean spots. Immaculate laundry room with plenty of machines. It was nice to use the Wi-Fi in their activity room while laundry was getting done next door. Another thing I appreciated was that all of their advertising was clear and accurate. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from I-40 but far enough off the freeway, no road noise. Nice views of the valley. Good value for the price. Nice easy pull throughs, good utility hookups. We'd definitely choose this park again if traveling through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice people and very nice park. Right off I-40, but on a hillside which helps with the road noise. Attractive and seemed very safe. Large, easy-in spaces. Saw several large trailers parked without tow vehicles. Assume their owners use this as base camp for trips to Las Vegas. Good idea! This park is an excellent value. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here before while in the area. This time we stayed for 4 nights and explored the area. Sites are gravel and full hookups with cable and wifi. Nice place for being out on I-40. Far enough from the truck stop on I-40 that the noise is not an issue. Huge laundry and the bathrooms are individual rooms with everything inside each room. Very friendly people and they have a well stocked little market as well. Propane is available on site as well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park just off I-40 on the way to Vegas. Although close to the Interstate the road noise is minimal. Sites are very long, so if stopping just overnight no need to unhook. Bathrooms and showers are exceptional. Nice pet area too. If you are like us and use the showers, the only negative is they are at the front of park by office, so a little walk and not a lot of light if you rise early. Staff very friendly too. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Just east of Kingman, off the road far enough for noise not to be an issue. Older park but very well maintained. Great views, great book exchange. RV/Truck wash next door in case you just made the winter trip west on I-40. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, we just pulled in for one night and it was a very good choice. There is a very large truck stop below, but far enough away to not be a problem. They sent a host to help me back in being it was dark. We will stay here again when out this way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Blake Ranch is a very nice campground. Shore services are all good. It is mainly gravel, but sites are level, close to a truck stop for fuel. For those that have horses they have sites off to the side for boarding horses. I really like this campground. If your in the area feel good about saying here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are gravel but easy to level. The sites are wide enough to be comfortable. Owners are very friendly and nice. Office staff is very good. It is quiet and dark enough at night for restful sleep. Close enough to a buffet for acceptable food with better food available in Kingman. The tourist sites in Kingman are not too far away. We really enjoyed the peaceful stay. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really loved this park. Very friendly staff, level, wide pull through sites, clean grounds, good Wi-Fi, quiet and as others have said, easy to maneuver. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent park. As stated in previous reviews, these folks know how a park should be run. The grounds are spotless, sites are wide and level, all utilities work perfectly, easy on/off nearby I-40, but surprisingly little road noise. Wi-Fi is excellent, but surprisingly Verizon data is non-existent. Iron Skillet restaurant just down the hill at the truck stop offers reasonably good meals at a fair price. We will definitely stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I'll just echo everyone else. This park knows how to do it. Great large sites, easy maneuver inside the park and on and off the highway. Well stocked store, propane and blazing fast internet. Diesel/Gas at the bottom of the hill on the way out, beautifully maintained park, hookups in excellent condition. These guys set the standard for how a park should be set up. Would not hesitate to stay again, highly recommended! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Quiet. Lots of space for manuvering. Wide RV sites. Water is pressure regulated, no need for regulator. 15 miles east of Kingman at I-40 exit 66. Amenities close by. Mostly adult park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is very well cared for. Paved roads and gravel sites. Sites are wide and will take any size RV. Wi-Fi works great. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Was given a great map/brochure of campground and area. Off of freeway enough that it is quiet. Great place for pets!, but not really a place for kids (no place to play). Would do so again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great overnight stop. Fuel truck stop close, But we did not hear noise from trucks at night. This is a very Clean park. Roads are good. Sites are large. We were in long pull through. W/P/S, good. Well set up RV park. Will stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access off interstate, very friendly hostess. Roads and sites are gravel but fairly level. W/S/P all worked fine, the sight is far enough off the highway as to be not too noisy. Wonderful washrooms, 6 private rooms with your own sink, toilet and shower, very clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well managed CG that is meticulously maintained and has all the amenities needed after a day's travel. The office personnel are very pleasant. There are some extended stays who have spread their wares out during their stay but no so much to be obtrusive. Surprisingly, even though the CG is 3/4 mile from the freeway, it does not cut down on the noise that continues throughout the night. If I should find myself in Kingman again I would stay at this CG. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained and clean. Easy access off Interstate 40. All hookups were properly located and in good repair. Roads inside the campground are asphalt and sites are gravel. Very easy to get into sites and level up as the gravel is well compacted and level. Appears to have a good office store. It is advertised as a RV park and Horse Motel. Don't let that deter you. This is a great place to overnight or for extended stays. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have stopped here anytime we were traveling this area on I-40. Easy in and out even for big rigs and very friendly staff. Rate reflects the Good Sam's discount. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose Blake Ranch because it was a good days drive from home on our way to California. Access was easy from the freeway. It was far enough from the freeway so traffic noise was not a problem. There was some noise from the Petro truck stop just outside the park, but not distracting. Space between sites was adequate. Site access was very good with lots of room for turning within the park. We had a cable TV hookup, but didn't use it. Showers and restrooms are very well kept. This is a great park for RV'ers stopping for just one night or for an extended stay in the Kingman area. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had planned a overnight stop but as we pulled into park we had some mechanical problems it was a Friday pm. Because of time and day Monday was the first for repairs. We were treated really great. The park was near the freeway but noise was not a problem. It was very well lite at night for security. Clean Clean & Clean. A few trees for shade but not over grown to do damage on coach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in and easy out. Large pull throughs on level gravel sites. Great park for over night. Friendly staff. The Petro Travel station nearby makes it convenient to fuel and food. There are 2 clean dog runs. The only down side to this park is the constant truck noise coming from Petro's. We will certainly use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this campground. It is quite a ways out of town to the east, and is adjacent to a truck stop, so there is some noise here. The sites are very long and very well spaced. Easy access to both the campground and the sites. No Verizon data access here so if you have a computer, you will need to avail yourself of the free WiFi. Extremely nice staff. We enjoyed our stay and would consider staying here for a period during the winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had high expectations for this RV Park before our arrival. Based on the previous reviews, Good Sam report, and after contacting the park by phone, this seem like a can't miss gem of an RV Park. We were prepared to spend a week here. So glad we did not make reservations. This is not a gem of an RV Park and it is not a sufficient distance from the large major fueling stop for trucks. I-40 and the truck stop produced noise that projected into the RV Park. The sites and access roads are all gravel. There are a few shade trees, otherwise the place is just a terraced gravel lot. The small narrow clubhouse appeared to be rundown and the library was composed of old romance paperbacks. The worst aspect of the place was the bright stadium lights on top of 50 foot poles. Combined those with the truck stop lights and there is 24-hours of daylight. The staff sure had a different attitude once we arrived as compared to on the telephone. They seem to us to be unfriendly and not in anyway accommodating to a guest. The staff actually scared us and made us feel unsafe. Between the potential for unwanted guest from the truck stop and the RV Park staff this was not a safe and secured RV Park for us. Instead of a week we stayed one night. We will not even consider staying here again even if it was free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Neat and tidy RV park. Ideal for overnight stop as it's close to I-40. There's also a Petro which you can walk to from the site and get a decent meal. Wi-Fi good and there's cable TV. Very clean showers and restrooms. Also accommodates horses as there are stables on site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good Sam rate. Nice park with no frills. Clean showers. You can take short walks on a couple of trails that connect to the park. Would stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It might have been to our detriment that this was the first real RV Park we stayed at. (I don't count the one in Tonopah, NV). That is because this is the best one we stayed at on the whole trip. It is not a Passport America park but the rate is very reasonable. We were especially impressed by the showers which are actually private 3/4 bathrooms. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our third stop at this nice overnight park. Access from the interstate and to sites is convenient but we found no noise problem. Staff was helpful and friendly. The small store had quick food and beverage items. Propane is available. The pet area was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice wide, level gravel sites. Easy on and off I-40. Got oil changed at Speed Co (same exit). Only negative is it's 15 miles from Kingman. Great park for anyone passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An OK stop on the way from Las Vegas to Phoenix. Good, big, trucker's meatloaf dinner at the Iron Skillet. Got the coach washed at the truck wash. $47 included the tow car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we passed though this area and again stayed at this RV park, which says something for how clean it is. The restrooms were very clean. The access from the interstate is simple. The park's roads are wide with easy access to the sites. The staff is very friendly. There was a small store, but we did not use. There is fuel close by with a small store. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice clean well maintained park. It is conveniently located right on I-40 about 10 miles east of Kingman. Roads and sites are gravel and level. There are both pull through and back in sites. There are a few trees, but most do not block satellite TV. We would stay at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We over nighted here twice - one of our way to our destination and again on our way home. The office staff were friendly and helpful. I like that they were open until 8pm. Each time we used the shower facilities early the next morning. They were clean and the water was hot with good pressure. The sites were level and easy to get into. The park was well lighted without disturbing us in the RV. There were dog potty bag dispensers though we used our own and there were some small scrub brushes for dog who like to lift their legs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quiet, even though near the highway. Clean, well-groomed, friendly owners/staff. This was our 3rd visit (we stayed monthly twice before) and is a great base-camp for exploring the area. We always try to stay here when in the area or passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place for a one night stay. Close to I-40 and the Iron Skillet at the truck stop serves good food inexpensively. Roads in the park are wide. We had no problems with our 37' fifth wheel. Sites are wide, level gravel pull throughs. Hookups are convenient. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Reasonably well equipped store. There is a bit of noise from the Interstate. We would definitely stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was immaculate. There were large pull-through sites that were level, good cable TV and WiFi, great laundry, friendly staff. We stopped for an overnight, and stayed an extra day to play golf. Others have commented negatively about the gravel sites, but we liked them. Each site was separated by a tree and a bush, and each site had a picnic table. The mild temperatures and breeze were perfect for sitting outside. Nearby is a truck park for fuel, and a truck wash that was done manually by their staff to wash and wax the RV, plus a restaurant with 'home cooking'. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park also facilitates traveling horse owners. It was a pleasant stay overnight and conveniently located up a short hill from a truck stop Shell station with an Iron Skillet restaurant. We would stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great overnight stop which appeared to be much of their business. We did not have a reservation, but got a great, large, pull-through spot. Would definitely recommend this park! Hosts were friendly. Sites were clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have stated, pull throughs are long, level and well-graveled. Interior roads are paved. Wi-Fi is free and good. Restrooms, showers and laundry are clean and neat but are a bit far from campsites. There is a Petro Travel Plaza (with an Iron Skillet restaurant) within walking distance. Our cost reflected our Escapees membership discount. Nice, quiet and well-kept. Tables at sites. Some sites could use a bit of tree-trimming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has large level, gravel sites. It's clean and well-maintained, with friendly staff. The free WiFi was appreciated because our Verizon was not available here. Has a very nice well-stocked store. Also has pretty landscaping around the office with birds and pond. Nice! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a destination park but one of the cleanest parks we’ve stayed in. Everything is well maintained and spotless. The sites are level gravel and easy to get into. The Wi-Fi worked well and was free. The owner and staff are very friendly and helpful. They have the best dog run I’ve see so far. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good stop over park on the way to discover destination RV resorts. Easy sites to pull into and stay hooked up. Blake Ranch would not be a destination spot for us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is exactly what it is designed to be: a great place to stop along I-40 for a night or two, or in our case, three. Access was a breeze for us in our 40-footer. There's plenty of room. Even though it's just off the highway, noise was no problem. As other reviewers have noted, cable TV had limited choices, but reception was fine. Satellite reception and AT&T cell service were both fine here. Office and park staff were very friendly. This is a fine place to get a good night's rest at a good price. We will definitely stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great little park to spend a night or three! It is right off I-40 but we heard no traffic noise. Everything was clean and tidy, sites were all pull through on gravel and the office staff was very friendly, helpful and efficient. The Petro-station was a block down, making it easy to fuel up and have dinner. Would definitely stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed 1 month for $275. They have propane, a nice laundry, well-stocked store, friendly owners on-site, fenced dog-run. Discount coupons for nearby major travel plaza. Good base camp for exploring the area (including Hualapai Mountain). We camped here in a Motorhome.
$23.80 for a 30- or 50-amp pull-through at the Good Sam rate. Sites were large, but some (especially further up the hill) do slope somewhat. The free Wi-Fi worked well, but seemed a bit slow at times. Overall, the park was clean and well-kept, with nice interior roads, a tree and picnic table at each site and nice landscaping around the office, although the sites are entirely gravel. Despite being mostly overnighters, it was quite busy; reservations would be recommended. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our second time to use this park as an overnight stop. It's an attractive park with friendly management. Access on and off the highway is easy. There is some noise from the nearby truck stop. Lots of truckers spend the night there and the noise of their idling engines can be annoying. Both times we've stayed here we've had sites with some considerable slope that took a bit of fussing to get the rig level. These are small issues though and we would definitely stay here again. Excellent Wi-Fi! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our fourth overnight visit. Barely got a spot this time since the snow was flying. The one time we didn't call ahead! Luckily we got the last spot. Great folks, nice store, tidy grounds, fabulous private shower rooms, and two fun "Canine Corrals." One of the best interstate CGs there is. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nightly rate shown is with Good Sam discount. Escapee discount available that we found out about after we registered. Big rig friendly park. Paved roads with gravel sites and picnic tables. Bathrooms clean and private. Easy freeway access with truck stop at off ramp; noise was not a problem. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This a good overnight RV park if you don't want or need cable TV. Their free cable TV is a joke. 9 channels and half of them you can't see what's going on due to snowy reception. If you have a Verizon air card be prepared to pay the RV park for their Wi-Fi because the air card won't work there. The staff were friendly and the well maintained park is a typical desert RV park. Lots of gravel. We left after the first night and moved west 15 miles to the town of Kingman. We would not stay there again due to the poor cable TV and pay Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, well laid-out campground with wide asphalt drives and wide turns. The sites are all rock but are firm and graded. The utility posts are well positioned and new. The sites are very wide and include a picnic table. The restrooms and showers are some of the nicest we have ever seen. There are (2) nice fenced dog runs. The management was very nice and helpful. The site was easy to get to off I-40 and not very noisy. If there was a negative it is because the sites are all rock. However since it seldom rains here this is likely the best solution. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best prices for full hookups we've ever had. The park is well equipped, quiet and clean. Wi-Fi worked well. My only complaint was you can't do laundry after 5:15. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained park, with easy access off I-40. Wide paved roadways and some very large, level gravel pull-through sites. Friendly staff. Two fenced dog runs. Great for an overnight stopover. Had excellent Wi-Fi service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would have given them a higher rating but the electricity went out 3 times in the afternoon. Good level sites long although you toad will be slanting down on a hill if you are in the pull through sites. Friendly and fairly quiet even though you are just above a truck stop. Even though it says you are in Kingman, it is about 20 miles east of town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very poor Wi-Fi and TV reception and the office was closed when we arrived. it was late. we were tired so no big deal there. We paid and filled paperwork per instructions and found a site in the dark. Poor or non existent lighting in the campground. Very poor customer service. When we were awoken at 5am by noise from the gravel pit that sits adjacent. In daylight we saw that sites are not level but roughly graveled and close to I-40. Seemed to be many transients in and around the park neighborhood so we were glad to move on. If you are REALLY tired and don't mind a lot of noise Stay here. If you have time it is NOT recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very, nice new looking campground with good pull through sites that are wide enough for slide-outs. It's quiet and the truck-stop down the hill is a Mobil station which has a nice restaurant. The only thing this park needs is a pool to make it a 10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV Park had the cleanest showers and restrooms of any RV Park. The people were friendly and the RV Park was with-in walking distance of a restaurant. They even had two corals for your pet to exercise and other necessary duties. Do youself a favor and stay here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really enjoyed this RV park. The hosts were very nice and helpful. This is a great overnight place. The lots are very clean and well-kept. Not a low-rent district. We would stay here again in a hearbeat. We paid $25/night total including tax for a full hook-up, 50 Amp service with a "Good Sam Discount" only in this park. We honestly cannot say enough good things about this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small RV park just off I-40, but with very little road noise. It is well maintained with nice, level sites, and very helpful staff (including a convenience store in the office). There are two fairly large, nicely maintained dog runs. The RV sites have several trees, which provide some shade in the Arizona sun. The landscaping is modest, but well maintained. It was an excellent overnight spot for us, but for others it is also a “horse hotel” – a great place for traveling with pets of all sizes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stay here every time we pass through Kingman, AZ. The sites are spacious, neat and level. It is easy on, and easy off the freeway which makes this a great stop for an over night. It is quiet with minimal noise from the road or the truck stop located in front of the park. We've stayed here at least 5 or 6 times, and we will again. The staff is always polite, knowledgeable and helpful. We had tire troubles the last time we were there and they recommended a place for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night for the start of an eight week road trip. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were roomy and many had a nice view of the valley and the mountains. The freeway noise was minimal, however there is a truck stop right below the campground and the sound of the refrigerated truck coolers kept my husband awake at times. I did not notice the noise and slept great. Wifi is available but slow at times. We would stay here again when passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This seems to be a clean and well run RV park. We stayed here a couple of nights en route to the Grand Canyon. It's easy to get to because it's right off the Interstate and next to a truck stop. Because of the location it is fairly loud but we ran the AC and used earplugs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice and quiet campground. The individual fenced dog areas were great. The individual locking bathrooms with shower were great, modern and spotless. Will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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The facilities are clean, but there are a limited number of showers. There is a great laundry room, although we didn't use. Internet access worked well. It is about 15 miles to a grocery store. The store on-site had a fairly good selection of items. There is a nicely fenced pet area, but not a single blade of grass to be found. There is easy access for big rigs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park with great rates. Great book exchange, outstanding laundry facilities and very clean bathrooms/showers. Noisy due to truck stop nearby, road noise and trains. We'll be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Third time we've stayed here and we will be back, since Kingman is a full day's drive from home for us andthis is a good first or last night out. Sparkling clean restroom/showers, friendly (and well-stocked) office, easy-peasy overnight right off I-40 The Canine Corrals at this place are great! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very well managed RV Park. The sites are long, wide, and level, and all utilities worked. There are 6 individual shower rooms, which are complete bathrooms, and they're kept very clean, and in working order. The store is well stocked, and the staff are helpful and friendly. The cellular signal is good, but not Verizon, so we could not use our broadband card on high speed. The park contracts with a WIFI service at $3.95 daily, (much less for longer stays.) We will stay here longer next trip through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for seven days the last week of April, 2009. The sites are plenty large and level. Staff very friendly. Nice clean laundry room with plenty of washers and dryers. Nice and quiet even though it is not far off interstate 40. Would stay again.Was a bit windy during our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, secure, park with full amenities. Paved roads with full size trees (important in the SW) on a hill with view of surrounding mountains. Managers are very attentive and friendly. About a half mile from the interstate and truck stop with very slight noise. Unique feature is ability to board horses as well. We stayed two weeks and would definitely would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park for an over nighter. Extra wide and long pull through spaces. Showers and rest rooms are very clean and spacious. There is a nice dog run area. Petro Fuel stop is close for food and fuel, but noise is not a problem. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We first stayed here in 2004, and were impressed with the park. We are still impressed with the park and it's facilities, very friendly people,fast WiFi, and our 40 ft Horse Trailer fit very well. Had we have had horses in the trailer, they would have been welcome too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very big rig friendly park. You are directly behind the Petro Truck Stop, but you are also far enough away that you can not hear any noise. Check out the Iron Skillet at the truck stop, great food. My site was very level. Paved roads and gravel pull through spots. I would stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the most beautiful and well kept campground we have ever stayed in. The showers are set up like home bathrooms and are spotless. The laundry is also spotless with lots and lots of washers and dryers. A huge clean dog run and friendly staff. Wi-Fi fast and available at your site for free. Cable TV also free. We would recommend this to everyone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Huge pull-throughs, easy access to and inside park. Two large fenced dog exercise areas. Excellent free WiFi. Nicely stocked store. Far enough from freeway that there was little road noise. Very well maintained facilities. They fill up at night, but we arrived early afternoon and didn't need a reservation. We would definitely recommend this park for anyone passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great value! The staff was super friendly, the spots were level and just enough off the road to be quiet. The shower/restroom combinations were clean and large. Because we had made reservations, we were given a pull-through even though we were in a 25' motorhome. We'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed at this RV park in 2006 and failed to review it on this site but should have. It is a really good overnight stop with bigger than normal sites, great free Wi-Fi, no road or train noise like the RV parks closer to the city, a very clean operation, friendly ownership and a really great bargain especially compared to the competition a few miles away charging 50% more than this place. It is also very dog friendly in that there are two big and clean leash-free areas for the dogs. I write this review from this RV Park and plan to stay here next time when we will stay for an extra night and fully explore historic Route 66. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a sleeper. From the road it looks very rustic. But, everything you need is there. They even have a small store on location, a diner, and fuel is a very short distance away. The site we used (20) was so level we could have done without the levelers. The sites are really wide and each one includes a picnic table which would be really nice in warmer weather. (It was about 50 during the day and 27 at night when we were there.) This is the perfect place to stop on your way to the Grand Canyon or anytime you are in the area. We probably would have stayed a second night, but wanted to move on to miss the storm that was coming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first night out, and we were just looking for a serviceable place but found a gem! Our German Shepherd LOVED the canine corrals. Nice, big, fenced, and lit dog runs that even had toys in them to chase. We visited 3 times in our very short overnight stay. The newish shower/bathroom combo rooms were just fabulous. Meticulously clean and laid out thoughtfully. The showers were great. There were nice folks when we checked in, too. This is a great overnight stop on I-40. We're thinking of stopping again on our way back home. (Please note that the nightly rate I noted is an estimate. Can't find receipt.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped for the night while traveling East from San Diego. This is a very nice and clean park. Easy access from I-40 with gas & diesel near by. The sites are wide and long, all sites are gravel. Park is dog friendly if you are a responsible dog owner. Owners are very helpful and friendly. They were having a free BBQ the day we check-in which was very nice. We only stayed the night and did not use the restrooms or shower. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean park. Wide gravel sites. We did meet the owner when walking our dog, and found him very friendly. They did make one camper leave the park for allowing their large dog to roam around without a lease. I respect the owners for enforcing the rules. I would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is very easy in and out from the highway. The pull through site we had was large enough to accommodate us without unhitching our tow trailer. The weekly rate was exceptionally reasonable even with electric in addition to the rate. This campground claims to be dog friendly. I would say they tolerate dogs but are not particularly welcoming to the point that anyone with a dog: particularly nightly or weekly "guests" is suspected of wrong doing which I found a bit offensive. I do understand that some dog owners are not very responsible, but the fact that I own a dog (a large dog) does not automatically make me suspect for anyone's wrong doings. The owners are very involved in the maintenance and upkeep of this well kept park. The laundry facilities were immaculate although the soap machines were empty. Because of the lack of welcoming feeling to dog owners, we would probably pass this one up if we were in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, only downside was the sites are pea stone, and they get into your shoes real easy. We came in without a reservation, and they did not have a site, let us dry camp in the large parking lot near checkin with our slides out. Then we got a site for 4 more nights. Very new, very clean Maytag laundry room. Very reasonable prices in the store. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were just passing through and this was a layover night for us. The park is some distance outside of Kingman and situated in a fairly scenic location, although it is fairly close to the freeway and a truck stop. The park has nice desert landscaping and was very clean. This would be a good place to stay if you are into horses as they are also a "horse motel". I thought the fully fenced off-leash area for dogs was a thoughtful amenity. My only complaint is that the site we were in sloped from front to back and we had some difficulty getting level. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground and a great place to stay if you need a stopover on I-40. The pull-through sites are huge and the entire place is immaculately maintained. Kudos to the folks who were running the place when we were here: a very nice couple from Port Angeles, Washington State. They were friendly and helpful and added that personal touch that made our visit enjoyable, instead of just okay. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just needed a place to over night. Big Rig Friendly, very nice pull through sites, easy in and out, very friendly staff. They also give Escapee Club members a discount. No extra charge for WiFi and brochure included various coupons for local restaurants. The Iron Skillet had a buy one buffet get the second 1/2 off. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I stayed here for 2 months, had numerious electrical outages, water supply had low pressure, park was clean, but sits 13 miles from Kingman, fuel and dining in truck stop next to park, but fuel prices much higher than fuel prices in Kingman. Park has mail boxes, but I do not recommend anyone use them, had severe losses of mail. US post office in Kingman had no explanation of lost mail, so one can only assume why it was lost between post office and RV park, I do not recommend this park, pricing was deceptive, charges extra fee's for more than two people, at $2.00 a day. Will never stay at this location again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 4 days. This is a nice park. The roads are paved and wide. The sites are pea gravel and are very clean. Water pressure is a little low if you want to take a shower. Electric runs a little low, when using the A/C, but we had no problem. The laundry is great, the restrooms and showers are great. For those who have horses, they have a seperate area to house your horses. There are workampers who are very nice. There is a Petro truck stop between the campground and I-40. No big problem with truck or highway noise. Wi-Fi works and is fast, however I kept being dropped out. Had to keep reconnecting while using it. I ended up using my Sprint Air Card at 1x to read and send email. I use Outlook and their server will not pass my email. Overall this is a great campground and the only compalint is the Wi-Fi not being stable. They give a discount of 10% for Goodsam and 15% for Escapees. We would definitely stay here for a day or a week or more if we were passing this way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Prior comments apply except the wi-fi system has been upgraded and was very good while I was there. The park was turning away people so be sure to make a reservation. The park is 12 miles east of Kingman so be sure to stock up with groceries before arriving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, quiet, clean. Staff very friendly and helpful. Quite a few permanent residents. We stayed here a little over a month. I had no idea Northern Arizona was so cold. I work over the Internet and their wireless is from the truck stop nearby. Not their fault the service was very unreliable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not nearly as nice as website shows. Loud due to proximity of I-40 and truck stop. Cable TV included but only 10 channels are available. Many full timers located at back of park. Not a destination park, overnight only. For overnighters this is basically just a gravel parking lot, but sites are all easy, pull throughs. We were afraid to use "dog area" due to strict rules and foul language on signs. Price was good; $22 with Good Sam Discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I do not know why Trailer Life Directory only rated this park a seven on appearance. It is a very attractive, well maintained park conveniently located off of I40. Folks were very pleasant and welcomed pets as long as you followed the very reasonable park rules. They had two nice dogs runs, too. The level graveled sites were very spacious with a tree, picnic table, full hookups, and cable. WiFi was free and there was good signal throughout the park. They had a nicely stocked store and movie videos to rent. There were long-term folks here but they had nice rigs and very neat sites. No rift-raft. This was also a horse motel. This was a good location for one night or a few nights if you wanted to check the area out. There are some nice natural areas to hike in. I would definitely recommend this very lovely and reasonably price RV park and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed our stay. No restrictions on size of dogs or breed as long as the rules were followed. Easy access to I-40, pretty area, large sites, clean, very well managed, friendly and helpful people all around. Many full timers, all ages represented. RV storage area available. Access to hiking and ATV trails everywhere. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice overnight park located just off of I-40, large truck stop is nearby for fuel and food, they even have a RV wash. Very neat and clean park as well as the restrooms and showers. Sites are nice size. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I would have rated this a 10 if not for the diesel truck noise mentioned by the previous reviewer. The grounds are beautiful landscaped and maintained and the sites will accommodate the largest rigs. There are stables for horses and even two fenced in areas for dogs to play in, complete with a bench for their owners. The facilities are nicely maintained and equipped. The views of the mountains from the park, if one looks past the truck stop, are wonderful. We would return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful park! Very nice, spacious, clean sites with mature trees and extremely clean facilities. The bathrooms/showers were extremely clean and comfortable, although not close to the actual RV sites. They had more washers/dryers than we've ever seen anywhere. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Our dog enjoyed the dog corral where she could run around safely off-leash. They even have a space for horses (it's also a "horse hotel"). The well stocked store had perishables and all the RV incidentals, including video tapes and DVDs for rent. Coffee offered in the mornings in front of the koi pond was extremely pleasant. AND they're only a block away from various RV services (RV wash, tires, service, etc., there's a big truck stop) and a good restaurant. When we return to Kingman, Blake Ranch will be the FIRST place we'll stop. We would strongly recommend Blake Ranch to anyone. P.S. They're continuing to make improvements too! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is clean and has full hookups. It is not a campground I would like to stay in for a long period but is nice for a short stay to do some sightseeing in the area or for a short stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice overnight park. Would have rated an "8" if not for freeway noise and truck stop located between park and freeway so constant diesel noise. Also Wi-Fi is $4.95 a day and not free which is too much. Easy access from I40 at Exit 66. Very clean private showers and restrooms. Rate is for Good Sam. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great place for a couple of days. Nothing at all for kids. Everything was neat and clean. Very quiet. Office staff were very nice & friendly. Very nice views of the surrounding country side. Black top roads, sites are pretty level, small round pea gravel. A pool or small lake would make it a perfect spot!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park to over night in or spend a few days. It is very well maintained. There are some long term RVers but all are in well maintained RVs. There are 2 dog runs that are as nice as any I have seen. Wifi is available for $4.95 a day. Our Verizon works very well but is on "extended network". I would recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice, clean, friendly park that is also a horse motel! It has a nice store, easy to get propane, and a new laundry. The roads were wide and easy to navigate. Lots of places to hitch up. Easy to get on and off I-40 and behind a Petro so it's close to get gas and grab a bite to eat. About 15 miles south of Kingman. They have Wifi for $4.95 a day (Flying J service) and that will be the only way you can get on the internet. It seems Kingman is all blocked out for Earthlink or AOL users by the local telephone company. So while this park offers a phone line on site I didn't see any reason to get it. The owners were very upfront about the problem and said unless we had a local access number with the phone, you can't get online. So I asked if Verizon cell phones worked here and he said, "No." It appears other cells work but not Verizon. The price was very reasonabe and they honored our Escapees card for the reduced rate. I'd sure consider staying here for a stopver but not long term because of the online difficulty and the non-working cell phone situation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice overnight campground. Place was spotless with wonderful laundry room. Very
friendly staff, just off of I40. I could see the interstate but not hear it. Surrounded by pretty mountains. Recommended. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very wide and long gravel pull-through sites. Small tree, but it is Arizona. Full hookups, cable TV only has 6 stations, four networks, ESPN and HBO. Many of the sites had long term campers, but still had close to 20 overnight sites available. Park was very clean. It is about a half block off I-40, but was very quiet. We camped here in a camper.
Basically a mobile home park that allows overnighters. Busy street next to park. Park is a little long in the tooth including the showers, but they are free and they work. $2 charge for Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I found this campground through the Kingman Visitor Bureau. No website. Called to make reservations (none taken). OK for overnight stay, but dusty, lots of permanent residents, and close to busy street. Has a nice-looking pool, but found out (too late after a hot drive) that it closes at 6:00 PM! Price was OK and close to where we wanted to be and near a big shopping area, but would probably not stay there again. Address: 2360 Airway Avenue Kingman, AZ 86409 We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well marked entrance, excellent paved interior roads, adequate maneuvering room for our big rig, and gravel sites. Our site was not level side-to-side but we had enough jack travel to level us out. Lots of seasonal and permanent residents but the place is *very* neat and tidy and doesn't look like a homeless camp. Good Internet (at least in the afternoon) with download speeds of 2.5 Mb and 300k up. There will be train and traffic noise due to its proximity to I-40 and the train tracks. Definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the weekly rate for a 50 amp pull-through. Signage was OK. The location was handy. The staff was friendly. The road is paved and sites are hard-packed gravel and fairly level. There isn’t much room for maneuvering if another rig is on the move or if all the towed/tow vehicles are home. The trees could interfere on some of the sites and the entrance to all the sites is at a 90 degree angle. There is also a short “decorative” light pole at every other site; for the pull-through, there is one in the front and one in the back. We had our pick of sites so that helped. The water pressure was great. There is some road noise but the trains blowing their horns frequently were annoying. Verizon and Sprint worked well. This is a nice RV park and we’d come again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight twice on a trip to and from Prescott. It is a very clean inviting RV Park. Staff if helpful and friendly. Since it is located on an incline piece of property, some leveling is required. Wi-Fi was good and cable had many channels. Kingman does not have much to offer, but we found this park quite pleasant and would stay here again. Price reflects $3.00 for an additional person. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is just off I-40 in Kingman so you hear some road noise. The sites are wide and plenty long for a big rig. My satellite Internet and TV both worked fine. Very good water pressure. There is a picnic table too. The sites are gravel and the roads are paved. The only downside is that the majority of sites are taken up by long term people. There is just a strip down the middle available for overnighters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park looks almost brand new!! Very clean, pet friendly. Pool was clean, though we did not use it. Showers were cleaned everyday and sites were raked as soon as people left. We will definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fort Beale RV Park is a great place to spend a few days as we did as we were traveling between Tucson and Las Vegas. The park has very easy access right off I-40. The office staff was quite delightful. Our spot was quite wide and long enough for our 45 feet of RV, motorcycle, and tow. There were some nice evergreen trees on the sites but easy access for satellite with nothing in the way. Everything considered this is a great park and a welcome site after driving 300 miles north from Tucson. I highly recommend and would like to stay here longer next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was super clean, looks brand new and they rake the sites everyday. Pool looks clean and well kept though it was too cold to swim in December. Friendly staff, WI-FI available which is always a plus and pets are welcome. The restrooms and showers smelled great and seemed to be cleaned constantly. Great location by Carl's JR and Chevron station. We will be staying here in the future! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park in looks but that is all. The sites are not level from side to side or front to rear. The cable is very limited and half of that is out of order. The shade some have stated is a little tree about 10 ft tall at each site. The train is loud and runs most of the time. Nice area and easy off and on of I-40.I did not visit the bath rooms as they are up hill and up some steps, sure not for people with trouble walking like me. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The restrooms and showers are very clean, the staff very courteous, but our picnic table was unusable due to being broken in several places. The train noise seems to be worse than the last time we were here. It is still our favorite Kingman RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice large, level, gravel sites. Nice pool and showers. It was close to railroad tracks, but it wasn't too bad. Seemed to have a fair amount of full time residents, which we are not crazy about, but they all seemed to keep their sites tidy. No doggie bags provided which I think is a good thing for campgrounds to do to insure campers pick up after their dogs. But this was not a big deal since we always bring some of our own. Not fancy, but clean nice campground which we would stay at again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice pool, small pet area for my dogs, level gravel pads, very friendly and helpful staff! We just stayed at this clean, well-maintained park for one night, but it was very pleasant. We will certainly be back on our next trip through the area next summer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Manicured sites very level. Office is efficient and helpful. Good Wi-Fi and able to use satellite dish. We love there is a heated pool and there are paved interior roads and 24 hr laundry. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, small RV park on the west side of town. It is close to the highway but not very noisy. There is a train that runs through town and you can hear it at night in the distance. The park was exceptionally clean and well kept. Most of the pull-through spaces have a small tree, well-trimmed, for shade and a nice picnic table. There is a pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well taken care of little park. Large roomy sites, long and wide. Very clean toilets and showers. Nice little swimming pool. When AC at night not necessary: lots of noise, especially from passing and whistling trains. They blow their whistles a lot, day and night. Then, the traffic sound of the I 40 is one block away. Good Wi-Fi and free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park that is exceptionally clean. The sites are a good size. We stayed here for three nights on the way south. Kingman is a great spot to visit. The Route 66 Museum is well worth the visit. A great stopover for a few days! Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped here on the way to Apache Junction. Very nice park, clean, well taken care of. The sites were all raked and free of any litter. Only drawback was the constant train whistles during the night. Staff friendly and helpful We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with the comments of the previous reviewers. This is a nice little park very convenient to the interstate and downtown Kingman. The lady in the office was very friendly and helpful both on the phone and when we checked in. There is a Carls Jr. and a nice sit-down restaurant within walking distance. The road that loops through the park is not real wide; we had no problems with our 38-footer, but bigger rigs with toads may have to do some careful maneuvering. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean neat park with nice wide sites. The trains are loud, but nearby I-40 is not. The wi-fi is very good, but the cable is meager (we used the antenna). The dog run seemed smaller than our motorhome. Still a good stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and clean and well manicured. The sites are wide with several pull through sites. The park is right off the interstate but far enough away so that you cannot hear any highway noise. There is some train noise that you might hear at around 4 a.m. The sites are level with nice hook-ups. Nice club house and pool area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kingman is our regular first-night-out stop as we leave California; we have stayed at the other park a handful of times. So, this time we decided to branch out, based on reviews on this site. This park is, indeed, very clean: gravel raked within an inch of its life, pool clean, restrooms clean (didn't use laundry room, but we checked it out, very nice). And there are indeed some "mature" (but not very tall) trees for shade when the western sun is setting. But that's it. Kind of expensive when there is still intense railroad noise. (Didn't hear highway noise because it was 100 degrees and the windows were shut, but those train horns come through just fine.) No Good Sam or AAA discounts any longer; we did not find $31 of value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean. Wish we had more time to stay and play in the pool! Manager was incredibly sweet, friendly, and very accommodating!! Great location, Drove up to the skywalk and location was perfect to hop right back on highway. Occasional train passing was hardly noticeable to us! We would come back. They were already cleaning sites with nice rake marks on the gravel to keep it pristine for the next guest! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a pleasant surprise to arrive at Fort Beale RV in Kingman. This park is clean and neat and obviously the pride of ownership shows. The sites are raked gravel, the road through the park is paved. The laundry, restrooms and showers are coded access and impeccable clean. The owner is all business when business needs to be done, but when business is completed she is very friendly and helpful. This is a great RV experience. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great RV park in Kingman. Wife and I stayed here and thought it was a nice, quiet place to stay and still close enough to downtown Kingman. Had very clean laundry, shower and restroom facilities. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Overall had a great stay here and would recommend it to anyone passing through or staying in Kingman! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Traveled from Phoenix to see this park after reading previous reviews. The park is the best I have stayed in, and plan on staying the month of February and maybe beyond. Owners on site are friendly and helpful. The noise from the trains and freeway are not a big issue. A clean and well maintained park in a great location to Kingman and surrounding area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This small, convenient park was the most immaculate we've ever seen. As we easily parked on the raked gravel (as in zen-garden raked!), it was easy to understand why there were only 3 available spots. The rest rooms, pool area, laundry and lounge were all in amazing condition. Clean, clean, clean! I'm not a germ-phoebe, but if I was, I'd be super-happy here. Kudos to the management. Nearby is a quiet residential neighborhood for walks and a Carl's Jr. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is, in my opinion the best place to stay in the Kingman area. The sites are long pull throughs but shade is from a few desert pine trees. Our site, #40 was too far away to get the campground's Wi-Fi, but other websites are available. We would come back again, but a reservation should be made, they fill up by 3-4 pm. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice clean park. Wi-Fi was okay. Sites were not level but with a 3 in board under the wheel it worked ok. No shade at my site (35) except one small tree on one side, but it was only 84 outside with a strong wind so it was okay. Check in was friendly and have not seen a cleaner bathroom and showers. Would stay again if traveling through Kingman. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean, Clean Clean ! Friendly, Friendly, Friendly ! Stayed here as an overnighter from Lake Powell to California. Super friendly staff, and gave directions to local eateries. Pool was small, but got the job done in the Arizona heat. Park has little scenery, but is very well kept and very clean. Gravel sites are raked daily. Full hook ups at every site. The park is looped and worked out well for kids and bikes. Bathrooms and showers were near immaculate. Has cable, but we didn't use it. The Wi-Fi could have been a little stronger, but got the job done. The park is 2/3 back in and 1/3 pull through. We have a crew cab long bed truck, with a 26' trailer. Anything longer would be a little dicey to maneuver in the park, but could be done. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well maintained park and the pull through sites were wide and long. The restrooms were very clean and the pool was a pleasant 82 degrees. There was some noise from the interstate, but the park location at the junction of I-40 and highway 68 was convenient for side trips. We stayed for a week and would stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice, clean RV Park. The sites were level and quite spacious. The people here were really nice, would stay here again. They had a tiny little dog run, but it was very clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, well maintained, nicely groomed gravel at each site and extremely friendly staff. Close to freeway for easy access. Has a very clean laundry room and restrooms. Didn't use the pool but looked very inviting. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park. Well run and very very clean. Office staff very friendly. Quite a few long term residence but they we no problem. Spoke with a couple of them and they were very friendly and offered suggestions on things to see and do in the area. But we did not take them up on their suggestions as we were just passing through. But if back in this area in the future this is definitely a place we would stay. All of the drive through sites had been raked and looked like they had never been park in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow, this is a very well kept park. I felt bad pulling into the perfectly manicured gravel space. The folks are incredibly friendly and helpful. As was noted in a previous review, there can be some train noise even though the tracks are a mile away. It depends on how the wind is blowing but I love trains anyway. I was in Space 11 and despite a previous review, the Verizon 3G card never worked here but the cellphone did. However the park Wi-Fi actually works very well so the lack of Verizon 3G was not an issue. It's right near old RTE 66 and it's worth a couple of day trips in the Toad to see some of the "Mother Road," 60 miles in each direction. You will be taken back in time! This is a great park and I will go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well maintained RV park. Get there early as most of the sites are taken by long term residents. There were only 5 available sites the 2 nights we stayed there. The cable TV had a good signal and there were plenty of channels. The laundry was clean and there were an adequate number of washers and dryers for the size of the RV park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here one night. The manager was very nice, but one of our dogs was ill and I tried to find a veterinarian close by. I was told there wasn't one in Kingman. After many calls, I found there was. It would have been helpful if the manager had a list of services, such as a veterinarian. Many campers bring their pets. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good RV park to stay at if you want to do things close to town. You do have freeway noise, and the trains, but it isn't hard to get used to. The spaces for overnight guests are nice wide pull throughs. The park is spotless, and was surprisingly full this time of year. We stay here whenever we pass through Kingman. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A smaller park with only 42 sites but kept very clean. My wife and I only stayed for two nights and couldn't have been happier. The manager was very helpful and walked me to my site (very thoughtful), which was spacious with a little shade. Just recently started traveling but I would have to say I will definitely stop in again if I happen to pass through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is a very well groomed park. Sites are gravel which had been recently raked. There are paved roads. Pull through sites are wide and easy to access. We were guided to our site. The check in staff was friendly. Restrooms and showers were spotless There are long term residents, but their sites appear neat and uncluttered. There is excellent free Wi-Fi and limited cable. We stayed here overnight and would certainly return if we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great little park. The only problem is that it is about 90% full of permanent residents. They only have about 3 sites to rent out each night. We were lucky enough to get one. Good power, full hookups, and great WI-FI. We will stay here again when returning to this area if we can secure a site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Will score a 7 because the price was good. The park is OK overall, we knew coming in that it was small so we made a reservation. Ellen was very friendly and led us to our spot. The pull-through site was decent sized, but the turn getting into it is tight. We have a 42' and it just did make the turn. The perimeter row is pretty close to the middle row, so you don't have alot of room to maneuver. Once in the site, we had to park right in the middle due to trees on both sides, would not have been able to put the bedroom slide out on the road side had we aligned on the left side of the spot. Oh well, we fit and it worked out OK. Good power and good water pressure, didn't use the cable so can't say about that. The dog run is fenced so you can let the pups off the leash. The WiFi is almost not worth using (at least for the night we were there). It was as sporadic as I have ever seen, I ended up switching it off and using the Cingular card. We did not use the pool, restrooms, or laundry. There are a majority of long-term residents here. This is one time where I would have been well in favor of a fence or some shrubs in between the sites, the guy next to us parked his truck about 3 feet from our motorhome (and that was even with us being centered in the site instead of aligned with the left-hand side. Can only imagine how close he would have been otherwise). We stayed one night passing through. I would probably try a different park in town if passing through again, this place is fine for smaller vehicles but is just too small for the big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park would have received a 10. It's nice and clean, has a great laundry room and friendly staff. Pool looked great but had leaves floating in in it. It gets a 9 because website says directs you to the JCT of 93 and 40, but the park is not visible at all from the hwy or exits. I had to call for directions. And the big reason for a 9. They had plenty of sites available, but put us right in front of the office with all the traffic, etc. And right outside the office door, a set of those annoying bamboo wind chimes. I have yet to understand why anyone with an RV would hang those annoying things within 5 feet of another rig, but the office should know better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I don't give out a 10 but this comes as close as I can! It is spotless and wonderful sites. And great people. We did not hear hardly any highway and no train noise. Have used this for an over night many times and would come back again for sure. It should be noted that you most likely need a reservation - only a few sites. Seems a new mine opening up, a new hospital and Chrysler taking over a Ford proving ground has given them nearly 100% resident customers. But not an issue by an means. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small park but has a lot going for it in an area that doesn't have a lot of quality parks. Sites are good sized & level with good hook ups. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Laundry room is small but adequate and price is reasonable. Lots of train noise and some highway noise. We stayed four nights and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park with extra large sites and a really nice staff. The utilities are strong and the wifi is excellent although the office did have to reboot the router regularly. They could use a better router. I would give it a 10 except that there is some noise. There are a lot of trains that run close to the park 24 hours a day and they do blow their horns a lot. There is also some road noise if you are parked in the upper part of the park close to I40. It's still the best park in Kingman, though.. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park. Nice pull-through sites for our 40' motorhome. Big sites were no problem for letting out our slides. The WiFi worked great and the restrooms were of the cleanest we have seen. We will definitely stop in again when we are in Kingman, AZ. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We usually stay at this park when going through Kingman, AZ. New owners took over at the beginning of the year, they did a lot of upgrades such as the wi-fi, more cable channels, and repaved. Also had new managers, that now guide you into your site which is nice when you're pulling in at night. I would definitely stay here when traveling through Kingman Arizona. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great place! The only thing that would have made it a ten is the poor dog run. This is the desert, so I guess you can't expect too much. The shower are very nice. Everything seems to be like new. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here each time we come through Kingman. The campground has changed ownership, but it continues to be super clean and is well run. You are escorted to you site now, which is new. It has a nice pool, and the laundry room is open 24/7. There is a train track nearby, so if you don't mind hearing an occasional train it's fine. There is some traffic noise as it is downtown, but the location is good if you want to be near town or have some business here. We will continue to stay here when we come through Kingman. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are concluding the winter here. It is by far the best park in Kingman area for long term or overnight camping. We worked here in Kingman, and it is ideal for such a situation. It is kept very clean and is quite convenient to I-40 and Hwy's 66 & 93. The perimeter spaces are rented to monthlies, while interior spaces are for the in&outs. The spaces are quite adequate, space-wise, and the park management is excellent. We did not find the noise of I-40 or of the trains hard to sleep by at all. And, within a couple of minutes, one can access the BLM/Kingman trail system, newly developed, with trail biking and hiking opportunities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
This is not a destination campground. The staff was very nice, and everything was clean and well maintained. Most of the sites are long term, but they maintain 16 pull-through sites for over-nighters. Easy to get in and out of without having to unhook the tow-behind. Close to Interstate 15, but noise was not aweful. Good park to spend a night in on the way to your destination. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Just got back from spending 3 nights here with my family (including a 12y/o and 6/y/o). The bathrooms and showers are so clean and nice it was almost a shame to use them. Management went out of their way to make people feel comfortable and safe. Even though this park is off I-40, I did not not notice the interstate noise (the noise retaining wall does work well.) The train is far enough that horn is just plain relaxinzzzzzz. This park is so nice, that I won't even consider another park in the Kingman area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Cleanest rest rooms and showers we have ever seen. Gravel sites. Overall easy access and very clean. Only downside-noise! Next to very busy interstate and trains run near every 30 minutes all night and blow whistles. Very hard to sleep!! We camped here in a camper.
Personnel very friendly and helpful. Lots of road noise as park is by interstate. Dusty as on dirt. Full hookups with long pull through sites. Does have WiFi but it was slow. Good for overnight. Need to know where you are going or could turn onto frontal road instead of second road into the park. We would probably stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We traveled a few extra miles on our way to Vegas to get our "Good Sam" discount, and were so glad we did. A lovely site with beautiful surroundings, very quiet and some great trails around the camp. A really helpful and friendly manager despite us turning up after closing. The facilities are excellent with a great lounge area full of games, books, and films. There has been a lot of work put into making this a welcoming site and we would have stayed much longer if we had the time - I would definitely return. One of our best stops in our 2 month travels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very basic park with few amenities and only a modest attempt at landscaping. Free WiFi and TV is provided, but nothing else. The owners checked us in and then disappeared before mentioning that you need a key for the women's restroom, (the men's is closed long-term) so we had no restroom/shower facilities. Not much to recommend the place. The owners are elderly and sick so I doubt the park will be here much longer unless someone buys it and keeps it open. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is adequate for a night stopover but it is basically a gravel parking lot. The couple who run it were having problems when we were there. We are assuming she usually looks after the office as he was completely lost looking after us getting in and settled and kept saying she looks after this usually but she has heart issues right now. He was somewhat confused so it was a bit of a challenge. Very friendly though Would not stay here again unless we had to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park. Clean and quiet with really nice retired couple managers. Great price for just $20 including Wi-Fi and Cable. Right off highway 93 near highway 68 and I-40. We would stay here again. The signage isn't very good so look for the Jerky Store and Coffee Shop right in front of the RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small, clean park with free Wi-Fi and cable. Great managers at this park who are very helpful and always cleaning the facilities and grounds. Easy access from Highway 93 and was surprised how quiet, doesn't get much road noise even though it's close to the highway. It's a great find so we'll book to stay here again. We liked the jerky at the store there. The rate was very good and we felt like we got our money's worth. Nothing fancy, just a clean little park with nice people. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this park OK as an overnight, but would not want a longer stay. The park is well off the freeway, but easy to access. Grocery and major retail are close by. Very quiet. Interior roads are lightly graveled dirt as are the sites. Tall trees and hedges separate the sites, which are quite narrow. Lots of dust and dirt. Stickers were hard on the dog. We would stay again overnight, but not longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is a little of the highway, but the directions are good. Staff was friendly but disorganized. Interior roads and sites are dirt. Dog run was gravel. There are small trees and a nice hedge along the road. Sites are level but a little tight. There is a storage area that you can walk your dog in. The entire park is very, very dusty. The dust covers the picnic tables, benches, and everything else. There are quite a few long (very long) term residents on the south side of the park (some have fenced in their sites). Cable was pretty good. WiFi was pretty good. This place is good for an overnight stop when going from Phoenix to Las Vegas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came in with no reservation. Friendly staff, and we were escorted to our site. They're all gravel/dirt, but there wasn't any dust blowing or anything. All pull through sites and hookups were convenient, even with two sewer access holes rear and middle. We only spent a quick night here, and it was fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here many times and we'll be back. It's well-maintained, quiet, with a friendly and helpful staff. Sites are long and level with plantings to separate you from your neighbor. It can get quite muddy when it rains and the WIFI was totally frustrating. It was really fast, when it worked, but it kept dropping out, losing connectivity, reconnecting, etc., etc. We finally gave up and used our mobile broadband which worked well. That said, it's the best in Kingman. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park with a mix of mobile homes, long term residents and overnight spaces. Sites are crowded and short, with tight turns in many areas. Staff was friendly and helpful. OK for an overnight stop only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed two nights in a full hook-up, pull through site, which was gravel, level, very clean, with trees in between sites and oleander bushes on the other side. The site had a picnic table, but not fire pit or charcoal grill area. We were next to the rec hall, bathrooms and pool area, all of which were clean and well kept. Staff were very friendly and helpful, especially when we arrived in the dark. We were escorted to our site and the staff checked on us a couple of times as we set up. The campground was very quiet, with minimal noise from the trains about a mile away. The pet area was adequate, though it was just gravel and no grass. The mini golf is very basic but free, and there is a pool table available during office hours. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were led to our FHU pull-through site. Very pleasant and efficient office staff and well stocked store. It was very hot here, but they’ve made great efforts to provide watering for nice small trees by the site. The WiFi was good and the water pressure and electric were fine. The pool was nice. The bathrooms were clean. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park, everything functional, nice pool and great jacuzzi. Neighborhood is a little shabby and there is mostly gravel and not much charm, but an average and dependable KOA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quiet RV park about 2 miles off I-40. Level, gravel sites, some shade, cable TV, Wi-Fi worked great. Friendly staff led me to my site. Gravel sites were raked after each RV left which was a nice touch. Restrooms and showers were clean. Nice swimming pool. We stayed here overnight as we passed through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
That's right $50 bucks for run of he mill KOA dust bowl. Would have stayed at Fort Beal across town as it is nice and clean, (no dust) but it was just to small to run our multiple dogs. Don't know what else is around here, but there is no way I could recommend this place at any dollar figure exceeding $20 a night.tight spaces, had to maneuver around to get the slide outs out. Close to Wal Mart and Safeway, but won't be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy highway access, pretty tight park as far as moving around, the train noise is quite loud and they tell you right away that the internet connection is not good and IT IS NOT. Staff is not overly friendly but they get you into the park and answer your questions. Small gated pet area. While looking around Kingman it is the nicest park in the area, but would recommend passing Kingman and heading to Needles if is in route. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We don't normally like KOA parks but this one is the exception. It is a well managed park and the staff is very friendly and helpful. We would recommend this park to all of our friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our GPS led us astray on the park we wanted to stay at so it came down to any port in a storm because we were tired.Typical outdated overpriced KOA.I can't see for the life of me where KOA'S think they are worth almost twice what other parks charge. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was not a planned stay, but due to a blowout of my rear driver tire we could not make it to our intended stop in Williams, AZ. Kingman KOA was very friendly, clean and very pet friendly. At first glance, the park looks confining and narrow, but really isn't and very maneuverable. They seem to get a lot of tent and cabin overnight people. Trees and bushes separate the pull-throughs and we had no problem with after hour noise. It is located in odd place, a residential neighborhood, but really not an issue. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We do not stay at KOAs very often, because they are frequently overpriced and somewhat shabby. But we called ahead and reserved here because we wanted to be near some shopping in Kingman, not outside town at Blake. This place has a very off-the-beaten-track location, as it turns out, and has the traditional shabby look of a KOA, but friendly people in the office, which is also typical of a KOA. The site was very narrow and very unappealing. However, as this was the last night of our trip, we figured, "Who cares? We just want a quiet night's rest." Well, that is what we did not get, and this is the only night I can remember in years of motorhoming that we did not get a quiet night. The people next door played loud music, with a strong bass component (irritating to many ears). I finally called the office number after quiet hour had come and gone, but had to leave a message. My husband finally got dressed and went out and asked them to turn the music down. They did. To any motorhomers looking for quiet after a day on the road, find a place that will enforce the quiet hours, not just list them on the rules. The chances are there will be no violators, but if there are, and there is no enforcement, you are going to be frustrated. This is the only review I have written on RV Park Reviews, that I can remember, but we refer to the ratings here very, very often. I have never before been moved to complain about a place. The Kingman KOA is the one that got me going! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is well off the Freeway in a residential neighborhood, but easy to get to. Wide driveways, and long sites. A little overpriced for such an old Park. If we come this way again, we will find a newer park for the price. Lots of permanent residents, and mobile homes. Very quiet, but very little lighting. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice enough campground in an area with not many choices. The office people were really helpful and friendly. Restrooms were pretty clean. The sites need a bit more trees/bushes to give you some extra privacy from your neighbor. Very quiet. Nice mini golf course for the kiddos. Nice place for one night but not more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice KOA located in a residential neighborhood. The sites are level and gravel. They are surrounded by large oleander bushes, and there is a tall shade tree at each site. The cable TV and wi-fi work great. The folks in the office are very nice. June is very hot in this part of Arizona so it is pretty quiet here. Kingman is a small city of about 50,000 including surrounding towns. There are plenty of stores and restaurants close by. All in all made a great two day stop on our way to San Francisco. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second choice in Kingman, the first did not have WiFi. Park is easy to find, although it's in a residential area. Has decent cable TV and internet service. Very narrow pull throughs, but the mature foliage provides privacy. Has a nice dog run. This is a nice overnight park, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price reflects no discount: however they will discount if you have their KOA card. We were escorted to a well-groomed, dead-level, full hookup, pull-through site that was wide enough and long enough for our rig and tow car without unhooking. Park signage is minimal at best: however Trailer Life directions got us in without a problem. The park has beautiful tall trees and they have made good use of lush, blooming oleander as privacy hedges between the sites. Satellite TV, Verizon air-card and cell phone all performed strongly. The location and no-fuss friendly office makes this park perfect for our overnighter needs when traveling I-40. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tall trees at most sites. Pool was nice with some shade to sit in if you weren't swimming and wanted to get out of the sun. Wifi didn't work at our site, we had to walk to the office to get a good signal. Ice cream social every evening - root beer floats or ice cream sundaes. Lots of full-timers but their sites were nicely landscaped and clean. Staff was very helpful and polite. We would stay here again while passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful park, very clean and well maintained. Staff was very friendly and went out of their way to help. Would recommend this park to anyone. A little difficult to find, about 4 miles from I-40 and you have to navigate through residential streets to get there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had stayed here back in 2005 and was not excited but this time the huge bushes around the park were blooming, the grounds were raked very well. Each space is divided by these bushes too giving privacy. They could use a lot more gravel over that dusty red clay soil, but it is the wild, wild west! Staff was gracious and friendly. Very impressed will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mostly small crushed rock and dust. Very tight pull through. Main slide out was against a tree with no room to move away from it. WiFi didn't work at our site. 50 amp iffy according to my multimeter. Staff OK. We stayed here two nights because we needed a lay day. Would avoid in the future if feasible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff, wifi worked very well, we only stayed one night while passing through so didn't try all the amenities. Not one of the nicest KOAs we have stayed at, but we would stay again passing through the area. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The bathrooms are clean. There is a small park for kids, but would not sleep outside, because there are Roaches. It's fine if you are in a trailer or motorhome, but not for tent camping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice KOA. The staff was friendly and very helpful when we needed directions. Sites were gravel, long, and level, but just a little close together. Bushes and trees between the sites gave some privacy, but then you had to watch out for them when opening slides. Each site had a table and grill. Some sites were side by side. There were a large number of cable TV channels, and the free Wi-Fi worked fine. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here driving through, late check-in was handled well. Site was clean and level. Showers and bathrooms were clean although I wasn't crazy about the push-button water access. Walked over to check out pool and it looked clean, Wi-fi worked fine from our site. Office very friendly and helpful. Kind of had a hard time finding park, I missed a turn that had a very small street sign so be vigilant. Only thing I wasn't too crazy about, the common areas for two sites faced each other which compromised privacy, but since we only stayed the night it was not a factor, would not have liked that set-up for a multi-day stay. We would come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park - found it a little dusty due to all gravel roads. Sites were clean but narrow. Lots of shade. WiFi was only good if you went to the clubhouse where it was very good and it was free. Swimming pool needs new furniture. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Quiet RV park about 2 miles off I-40. Level, gravel sites, some shade, cable tv, Wifi worked great. Friendly staff led me to my site. Gravel sites were raked after each RV left which was a nice touch. Restrooms and showers were clean. We stayed here overnight as we passed through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Most expensive rv park in Kingman, but it also has the most amenities and it looked to be the cleanest as well. Well off the freeway so it was quiet. Good graveled level sites. WIFI connection was excellent. Park in the middle of a residential area. Some permanent residents in one part of the park away from the overnighters. Nightly rate is with the KOA discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not sure why this park has gotten some bad reviews. I found it to be one of the better KOAs. There were privacy bushes between most sites, nice landscaping and activity areas, and good wifi and cable. Restrooms/showers were clean and well-maintained. Staff was courteous and competent. Not too far from the interstate, yet far enough not to hear any traffic noise. All and all, a nice place! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We are travel nurses and it is very hard to find a park in the Kingman area that alows kids and pets. Every KOA that we have stayed at has been great except this one. They had plenty of monthly sites available, but they dont alow kids. Their excuse is that there is nothing for them to do. I wonder if the pool, mini golf, playground and everything else they have is only for "adults"? The owner was very rude and verbally short. I will never stay at this campground again. I hope that everyone reads this. I also called KOA in Montanna and lodged a formal complaint on this campground and the owners. Very horrible, another family had the same problem at the time we were here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our first stop on a 3 week trek in our motorhome through Arizona, California, and Oregon, staying in a different park every night. This place is not fancy or new, but the people were very friendly, restrooms clean, space level but kind of small, and a nice place for pets. When we travel, we make a point to try to stay at the nicer campgrounds. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean campground that is showing it's age. Interstate noise wasn't a problem, but trains were loud. Escort helped us to our site, very friendly. Advertised WiFi, but as usual for KOA, it didn't work! We noticed some very nice tent sites and many kabins. We would stop again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old KOA that is still in pretty good shape. It was $25 for a no sewer and very narrow site. The weather was to cold to use the pool but it looked OK. The dog run was huge and she could run free. We needed some repairs and the Chevy dealer treated us very good. They put us right in and had it done in a couple of hours. Mohave County Museum was well worth the time. The campground felt safe and fine for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Old but well maintained campground. All gravel with plenty of oleander bushes between most sites. Only
really shady sites are the water/electric hookup sites. The full hookup sites have lots of trees and bushes, but they are parellel with the sun's path. Big rigs (60 plus feet) will do well to call ahead and request sites 59-64 if 50 amp service is needed. Even if that much power isn't needed, those sites are the widest and longest, making it easier to park. 50 amp power costs an extra $3.50 and will have to be unlocked by the site escort. This park is located away from the highways, airports, and other noise makers. Very quiet. A nice overnighter. Say hi to Earl, the night security guy, and his savage watch dog, Taffy. We camped here in a camper.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Park is very clean and has a very nice pool which is needed in a hot climate. The roads and sites are dirt or sand and freely blows in wind or if driving--need to gravel roads and sites. They do a good job of seperating the overnighters, long-term and permanent residents. Some of the sites are too narrow for slideouts, but office employees were helpful in finding an appropriate site. We camped here in a camper.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Clean and well maintained park. Sites are a bit close together but NO side by side hookups. Camp store is well stocked and facilities include a pool, rec room, mini-golf and a large dod walk area We camped here in a camper.
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.
After climbing the 6 % grade west of Kingman take exit 51 or 53 off I-40 to four lane Airway Ave., which leads to easy in and out for a big rig at Zuni. The park is in a commercial area convenient to most franchise, grocery, drug, or fuel stores that anyone could want. Registration is friendly and easy. Landscape is appropriate to the high desert. Pine trees, well trimmed, are between sites. Sites are wide, and there is good space between sites. There are permanents here in their own area. The pool was empty, we assume, because of the time of year. The roads are paved. The sites are near level graded from the packed sand desert soil. Cable TV had a maximum of channels. Wi-Fi was strong with no problem. The bathrooms, showers, and washers are at the main office on Airway Ave. The clean bathrooms have a code lock on the door. We like this park, but we give this park a 7 compared to the 10's where we have stayed. We have stayed here several times, and we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only reason we stayed in this park is because we had a breakdown and the Cummins repair place is only 2 blocks away. Preferred their parking lot (electric and water) but due to our extended stay, needed to dump. Zuni is mostly inhabited by residents living in older, rough looking rigs. Sites are level and graveled. Interior park roads are rough, pot holed asphalt. The restrooms/showers and laundry are very nice and spotless. The park is convenient to shopping, including a Walmart, and Route 66. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of permanent rigs scattered through park. Speed limit not enforced. Loud motorcycles and fast traffic. More than one entrance to park which was a serious security concern for us due to park location. Pretty, level site with picnic table and shade trees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
HORRIBLE! Park is no better than a dusty gravel parking lot. Wi-Fi is only available either on the office porch or in the laundry room. Cell phones did not work, probably due to the big satellite dishes next door. In the midst of the park there are several banks of metal storage units. All-in-all, this place was a waste of money. We would have been better off in a Wal-Mart parking lot! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean park. Nothing fancy, but we've stayed here overnight several times and also at the KOA right nearby. This is lower cost than the KOA with exactly the same amenities. Really nice showers, plenty of hot water. Friendly, helpful staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Previous positive review misled us to stay here, much to our regret. Large woman manager with pierced tongue (not a winning combination) was not helpful, didn't bother to mention free Wi-Fi and how to access. (Note, it only works in the laundry room area.) Sewer hookup is atrocious: all the sewer caps in the pull through area, and all others that we could see, were in the very back of each long site and next to a tree. No way to use them without many feet of extra long sewer hose. Even the cap in the dump station was next to a pole. Cable TV had many stations but weak signal. Noisy side street but convenient location close to Smith's and Wal-Mart. We'll boon dock here next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park with moderately shaded sites. They have all the same amenities, ambiance, and quality as the nearby KOA, which charges more. We travel through Kingman frequently and this is our campground of choice. Lots of shopping, gas, and easy freeway access [but not the freeway noise]. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.