This is a nice, cheap, no-frills boon docking location on the hill overlooking Wickenburg with views of town and the surrounding mountains. The location is great -- just far enough out of town to be quiet at night, but close enough to be convenient to stores and restaurants. The grounds were very clean. We stayed for three nights, and will stay there again the next time we are in that locale. Since there are no restroom facilities, no water, and no hookups the park is suitable only for self-contained RVs. The park is unattended -- it has a self-pay station. The access road and spaces are smooth dirt and sand. Each space has a fire pit. There are spaces of various sizes. Most are fairly level. Some have better views than others. The spaces are spread out over a large area giving each unit some privacy. There is a dumpster for garbage, but no recycling. The campground has no dump station, but Hospitality RV Park just east of Wickenburg will provide that service for a small fee. There may be others. The park is across the road from the city rodeo grounds. My wife watched a team roping competition there. Further out Constellation Road (paved) are dirt roads branching off into the desert. We saw quite a bit of ATV and equine activity. Mountain bike trails (shared with horses) are also nearby. You can hike out into the desert from the campground. We saw birds and jack rabbits. Coyotes could be heard at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We called ahead and she was waiting to escort us to our site. Nice lady, good hookups, some fuzz on cable TV (could be us because we usually do Direct TV ). We were able to keep our toad attached for quick departure the next day. Very clean, level, with concrete patio. Nicely spaced. We will stay here again on our way back home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in the New Section that was just opened on Dec 1st. The older section across the street has mixed Mobile Homes and RV's. The park on both sides is spotless. The new section is very nicely done with ample spacing between RVs, concrete pads at every site. Wifi was good the first day, but it has been out for most of today. Jerry the Campground manager is very friendly and helpful. She escorted us to our site and helped get parked. Even with being close to HWY 60 we did not here the traffic at night, is very quiet. We ended up staying three days instead of the planned one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has recently expanded with an eye on quality. I cannot remember the woman's name who checked us into the site just as it was getting dark, but she makes the place with her friendliness! She waited in the golf cart to park us even though it was well past quitting time and dark. Wickenburg is a great little town we explored back in 2011, and we were glad to be back if only for one night. As I said, they've expanded. The sites are all level and just about all are pull-throughs. We paid $38.08 for the night. We've made reservations to return for a longer stay in early 2014. It's beautiful country around this area with lots to do especially if you ride a motorcycle or ATV. Folks who were around us were quite friendly, and we look forward to our return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived at this park during a very busy time. No problem, we were taken to a site, and spotted. We also reaffirmed a site for our friends that stayed at the park. Site was a tad short, and we were fairly close to the street, but safety cones were put up and all went fine. Very friendly park. The manager, did an excellent job throughout. We were able to attend their annual picnic at the Rec Hall, enjoyed it all. We definitely go back to Desert Cypress for our camping in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We got a nice, shady spot, which was great in the July heat. Each site has a concrete patio and some have grass. The pool is small but clean. The park is very clean and the permanent residents in the park keep their sites very clean and organized. The manager is very friendly. We would stay here again, for sure! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is split between mobile homes that are permanent and monthly RV rentals. There are a limited number of sites that are available on a daily/weekly bases. The park is well maintained and conveniently located close to the city of Wickenburg. There are lots of things to see in downtown Wickenburg with shopping, restaurants and museums. Wickenburg is a cowboy town and the local motif really shows this part of the town's history. All the roads are paved and the RV parking slots are gravel. There is a hill in the park that offers a nice view of downtown Wickenburg but there is only one spot that's available on a daily basis with a view. The rest of the spots are typical RV gravel spaces set between permanent mobile homes with a good number of trees. Would definitely stay here again the next time we go through Wickenburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff very nice. The park is mostly mobile homes with RV parking located among them. We had a very nice and large space. Very clean and well maintained park, we will probably stay here again when we visited the area for a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed two nights, nice park. They have a great dog run over by the dry river bed. Grass and trees at most spaces. They do have some residents but they are very well maintained. We stayed in our motorhome and would stay here again. This is easy walking distance to downtown and the great Museum. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is mainly a permanent park with some small overnight sites available. It's nice, safe and quiet. It's cash only and the sites are narrow and short. The computer area and grounds are very nice. The pool was very cold and un-useable even in warm September. The dog walk is across a public road and sometimes dangerous to get there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here last year, too, on the way from Oregon to AZ. We loved going down to the horse area and seeing them. Room to walk all around and in the wash. The thing is the size of the pull-thru sites. And that includes the ones at the upper part of the place. Very, very tight. We stayed 2 nites, and the first nite the MH beside us was about 20 inches from our stairs. Today, a MH pulled in next to us, and I had to pick up our folding chairs so they could get in. Fortunately, they pulled up so only the tail end is right by our rig. Besides being packed in like sardines, there are trees, places to walk, animals to see, both in the wash and down by the horse area, a small store with sodas and ice, and fairly good service from people who sometimes seem overwhelmed. They could use a good computer person to make things simpler. We loved it last year, and this year we're thinking we might not want to come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Worst park I ever stayed in. You are crammed together. Dog walk is in the wash. No TV stations and internet is not good. Spaces are dirt and unlevel and there are fly infested horse corrals. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stay here every year at start of coast to coast trip. Easy in and out. Friendly people, pet friendly, fuel and local stores close. Town is close by, too. No pool, but that is not a factor for us. Will stay again. Great overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After a mess up with reservations at another place near here we were told to call this campground and glad we did. The staff are very friendly, as are the residents. This is a small RV campground 2 miles from town center that caters to horse lovers as well as RVers. The sites are medium to large and we had no problem backing in our 40' rig. We chose a site that backed into a hedge that was very nice with lots of birds. The dog walk area is large and in a draw that leads to the desert and comes back, if you want, through the horse paddocks. No pool but a rec center and best of all, great Wi-Fi. Will stay here again next year to play the golf course we missed this time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were one of the few more transient RVers in the park. Most of the sites are taken by folks who rent their spots on a monthly/yearly basis. I don't think they could have squeezed any more sites in since they even made 3 sites that are really part of one of the streets for overnighters. We did get a pull through which was long enough, but skinny. There are only 4 garbage receptacles and they fill and overflow fast. The people were friendly, the horses were fun to look at, lots of trails right outside the gate for riding horses, ATVs, or hiking, but you were sure squashed in together. Got to know your neighbors VERY well. But in Wickenburg, you don't have a lot of choice. Price shown is a per night price with discounts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in & out. Very well cared for park, with super friendly management couple. An RV park, with equestrian facilities and obviously catering to that clientele. Pull through with 50 amp was just what we needed. Quiet. Unique dog play area. A good safe place for overnight to or from Las Vegas. Wickenburg is worth a visit and is just up the highway. We will return on next trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We came in late and left right after breakfast so we did not get to really experience this park fully but what we did see was more than acceptable. We were parked in a transient area that only has power and water. The staff was friendly and helpful. The spaces appear to be pretty tight. The park is clean and neat from what we saw. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were nice enough, but for a big rig, really hard to get into and out of (at least the one we were assigned: the one they thought would be the easiest). There were no pull through sites available when we checked in, which would have been a lot easier as we're 73' nose to tail! Lots of trees, pretty park: but the owner got really ugly with us when we had something come up and asked if we could get our money back and leave early. She didn't cuss me out, but came really close. Horse is a good name, because it's not really about HOS-pitality. Would I stay again? No way! You get what you give in my book, and the owner dished out nothing but lack of kindness. In defense of the staff: they were great, just the owner was a "horse." Needless to say, we didn't get our money back when we asked. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lot of sites were taken by those here for a lengthy stay. We were parked on the road within the park and were given safety cones to place around our RV. Luckily we were here only for the night. This was a park for those traveling with a horse(s). Stables and RV sites were toward the back of the park for these folks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here as part of an RV club rally during the annual Bluegrass Festival. We were placed in some tight spaces with the tent trailers, but had a wonderful experience. The bathrooms and showers were clean. As with all desert campgrounds, it has sand parking spaces but some nice shaded areas too. The park hosts were very accommodating and we will return, both with our club and individually. It is well maintained. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nothing there for children, e.g., playground. Water was turned off numerous times, sewer was also disconnected numerous times. 50 amp service is 2 pedestals hooked together, some coaches don't recognize this hook-up. Park electricity spikes quite frequently in the evening. No electric heaters allowed and parts of the park can't use AC when it gets hot. A worker said the park will be closed this summer. They do have WIFI, but weak or non-existant in certain areas of the park. The snow bird residents are nice to get to know if you quad ride or horse ride on the trails out of the park. The restrooms had a foul odor most of the time we were there. 2 toilets for the men, 3 for the ladies and 1 shower apiece. Laundry facilities are minimal and some machines did not work all the time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice/friendly park. Many snowbirds. This park holds events most nights such as "movie night" and encourages participation. Horses nearby but not smelly. Easy access to town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park catering to horse folks. Gravel sites are level deep and wide. When we were there seemed to have some voltage problems but not bad enough to cause problems (as low as 112 volts). Near old town Wickenburg for a bit of relaxation and shopping and close enough to Phoenix to allow ffor an easy drive into the "big" city We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is actually a small "dude ranch" with a handful of trailer slots as a side business. The two close to the ranch house have water and 30A power, or you can dry-camp on several others farther out on the property. There are no sewer hookups or rest rooms. There is a clean outdoor stall shower near the pool, which we used since we were the only guests here. The WiFi system worked fine -- the owners give you the WPA password to connect, and you're off and running. The pool was huge and warm. There was no cable, but we got about 20 stations over the air. The park is very private and quiet and the native desert scenery is spectacular. We signed up for an early morning trail ride and we stayed over an extra day to use the gun range (first time we've seen one of those at an RV park!) It was a novel campground, and if I am back that way (hopefully in a cooler season) I would definitely stop there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most of the sites have park models/mobile homes but there are some RV sites. We have stayed here several times before and after the prime winter season and did not need reservations. It is a very nice,well kept and secure park. There are several big rig sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.