The advertised clubhouse is not available and has not been for some time. The grass has not been cut at all; tall grass and weeds everywhere. The RV park is surrounded by a mobile home graveyard. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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The nightly rate is a guess, as I forget the exact figure and can not find my receipt at the moment. This is an aging "parking lot for RVs," without charm and in need of refurbishment. Building with showers/toilets, etc is new and those facilities were spotless but the rest of the place looks tawdry and the advertised WI-FI we were told probably would not be accessible . . . and it wasn't. We stayed one night and moved on to the similarly named "Mountain View RV Park" a few miles north of Sierra Vista on SR 90. It does not offer any more "charm" but is a bit less tawdry and WI-FI was working. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sort of creepy feel to this place, located in a run down neighborhood near the Fort. Numerous trashy trailers of permanent residents on perimeter, nicer traveling RVs in smaller area,but mostly overnighters. The clubhouse/bathhouse bldg. is the only nice thing here and the clubhouse was closed "for the season" since the snowbirds had left. Free wifi advertised but of course, it didn't work and mgr. didn't care. Sierra Vista deserves a decent RV park in town but there are none. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only stayed one night, we were happy to leave the next day, we didn't feel safe here. Very run down, a lot of permanent residents with a lot of junk around their rv's. We will not stay here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Disappointing that the WI-FI was not working. Owner is not on site so he or she may not place a priority on it. On site managers are helpful and friendly. Has a new Rec center that has lots of activities ongoing. Sites are gravel with no trees. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Hard park to review. While the construction and property are excellent, the layout of the park especially the pull through's are similar to staying at a Wal-Mart parking lot. While that may sound harsh, we actually had a nice time in this area and if we were to travel again to the Sierra Vista area we would stay at the park. There is no age restriction. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As of 2/05 this place looks l/2 finished and looks like it is going to be mostly park models. Paved roads, gravel sites, modern clubhouse/pool, but no charm or atmosphere. This is a couple of miles past the military base of Ft. Huachuaca in busy Sierra Vista. The weather here is usually good and there are many things to see in the area. The management needs to pay attention to adding some major landscaping to turn this into a nice park, not a gravel parking lot. We got the feeling it is about l/2 finished. Can't imagine how TL and Woodall's could give this place great ratings in its current condition. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The part up front that we stayed in for 5 days was pretty dusty and marginal. Even though we parked in a pull-through site, we had to back out the way we drove in because of low hanging branches of unkept and unpruned trees. We only stayed here because we wanted to be close to the wonderful birding in the area. The park is very dusty with red dirt everywhere. I would not want to be here in a rainstorm. The hookups were adequate for our 50 amp system since we weren't using either of our air conditioners. The water here is pretty decent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is really 2 parks in one. The first is up front by the office and is primarily short term and transient- the second is across the stream and is a nicely manicured, well treed combination RV and Mobile Home Park that is about 70%RV and 30%MH. There are quite a few "permanent" residents in RV's in the long-term area also. Mostly military retirees and some active duty with the usual contingent of snowbirds it is a very quiet and friendly park. Watch out for the speed bumps, though, they are killer! The owner/ manager is friendly and helpful and keeps a very close eye on things. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.