Great spot, big sites, handles big rigs really well. The sunsets and scenery here are just killer. Nice long pads, good water pressure, etc. One thing though, this campground can be windy given its spot at the base of the Superstition Mountains. Great value for the price. Would come back here for sure!
This is an outstanding beautiful place to park your RV. Great access to lots of nearby cities and attractions. Only thing a big rig needs to consider here is that some sites have un trimmed big trees that can and will affect a large RV's porch awning. Make sure you do not have a large tree that blocks your porch awning, The park does need to watch out for this and keep trees trimmed back somewhat.. Otherwise, this park is awesome. Would absolutely return.
This park is excellent. So much more room than the other cramped up parks with so called "park models". It is nice to be around real RVers. This place has 24 hr. security, curbside trash pick up, nice amenities, and huge pull thru spaces that accommodate big rigs. Would definitely come back. We stayed 4 nights. Very, very convenient location.
Very clean, small park with friendly hosts. Well kept and in a good location. Only has a few pull throughs but a really nice, little place to stay. We would come back again for sure. Park has an excellent and well maintained dog run and outdoor sitting area.
Stayed in new section in back of this spacious park as this is best for 43' motorhomes and satellite dish reception. Lots of room between you and your neighbor makes the place worth the rates, internet WiFi is excellent and Verizon cell service also very, very good. Parking is on dirt/gravel but offers a nice mountain atmosphere. Our only issue was an obnoxious family with about 4 ATV's who continually drove around and disturbed the otherwise peaceful setting. Management was good to come out and ask them to not use the parking lot for the family ATV dirt track. Would definitely stay here again.
Really, really nice park. A little tight in spots for 40 and 43 foot tag axle motorhomes but some great spots to park once in. If you have a toad on a 40' motorhome, you will likely need to un-hook before hitting your site. Internet WiFi is rather slow and poor but cable is good. This park is a really great park and worth the money. We would definitely come back!
Ok for a short stay. This place could have been built much better than it was. Sites are a little steep and could have easily been constructed more level and we had a 70' site but we had to "share" a sewer dump with our neighbor......very disgusting to say the least. Park is convenient to the Casino and Walmart. Like I said, this spot is OK for a couple nights but not much longer.
Best park in Ft. Stockton! Hilltop owners have done a very, very nice job of creating and maintaining a nice ROOMY RV Park. Sites are level gravel, but just fine. A little dusty, but this park and the owners are nice. They have a standard of nicer, cleaner RV's which keeps the riff raff out and makes the place more upscale and WORTHWHILE. Nice views from the Hilltop! We would definitely come back to this nice park.
Very nice high end park with nice views and good access to lake LBJ. Watch out getting a site too. Lose to the lake as bugs an be a problem. Easily accommodated our 43' DP AND TOAD. Very nice people working here. Worth the cost!
This clean little park is always convenient for our trips to Lubbock. The owners are always friendly and accommodating in every way. Park has several pull thru sites that will accommodate 40' Dp's as well as big 5th wheels.
Nice park, no Wi-Fi, no cell phone service that works. Sites nice and long but can be a little tight for 40 or 43 foot DP's. Most sites have nice covered cabanas. Many really nice views worth the stay. I was really surprised we did not see more campers here. Although remotely located and the lake looked low, would definitely stay here again.
This place is the absolute best park we have ever found. One reviewer thought they were treated poorly as renters here but our experience was the opposite as we were treated very friendly by every space owner in the park. MCC is flat out the gold standard for a nice park for motor coaches, end of story. There is another place close by (Desert Shores) that has larger casitas with the lots but it reminded me of the Arizona "over 55 parks" and did not have much vibrancy to it. Motorcoach Country Club is fabulous and has really active and fun people there. We like it so much we are going to buy a lot there as this place is simply the best.
This is a nice park, easy to drive a 40 foot motor home with towed vehicle in nice pull-throughs, nice location next to the River. Close to I-10 for easy access to get back on the road. This park had a nice feel to it and it was nice that it is well maintained and very roomy as well. Wi-Fi worked well, staff was helpful. Absolutely would stay here again without any shadow of a doubt. Very, very pleasant RV park.
I want to first say that the park owners and managers are very friendly and super helpful people. This park is an older park with many (typical of Arizona) full time mobile homes as well as RVs. We also found the full time residents to be friendly and warm people but the streets in the park are tight if you have a large motor home or 5th Wheel. Spaces are pretty close together and road noise is quite loud off of Crismon Rd., which gets a lot of traffic. All in all, we would stay again but I really wish these Arizona RV Parks would allow for more room between units. I know folks need to have their properties generate max revenues but we prefer to stay in roomier RV parks no matter where we travel.
Awesome location, really nice older park. Easy to get to, large pull throughs and very well maintained. We found this park to be an excellent value and would return again without any doubt whatsoever! The staff was very helpful. We needed to travel to Houston by car and felt leaving our rig in this park a few days was very safe. Great value, really nice spot!
Nice park, friendly hosts who were helpful. Park very convenient to Lajitas resort, great golf course! Some sites could also use some more compacted gravel but this is a very nice RV park, we would come back for sure! Internet is slow here but that is a Lajitas issue, not the fault of the park due to satellite internet connections.
Very nice park, friendly hosts. Nice large sites, worked real well for our 40' motor home. Site got a little muddy after a rain and could use some more compacted gravel but over all, this is a very nice park, we would positively come back. Fellow campers were nice except for one IDIOT with IOWA license plates on a travel trailer who was a dog hater and had an anti dog sign on his rig. You don't see this type of miserable BUFFOON very often, most RVers love dogs and are friendly people. This FOOL needs to stay in IOWA and out of Texas! Other than this incident, our stay was great!
Decent older park. Has a nice owner and the place is quiet and in a good location north of Post,Tx. We have stayed here before, but one word of caution. If in a tall motor home, watch out for the levelness of spots and the older trees that should be trimmed, which is our only complaint. I would stay here again.
Owner is nice to accommodate reservations given how busy the oil patch is these days. This place is next to a large metal dump pile, it has only dirt roads in the park and the roads leading in to the park. This park is old, rather dirty and very, very, very dusty. Location is good if you consider being close to I-20 good, but the location is not that great with respect to access to Midland. I can't believe Midland does not have a nicer, high end RV park. This place has mostly older travel trailers and 5th wheels, some motor homes, but not many. Bottom line, it is the only choice in Midland, but this is not a wonderful place at all. Stay here only if you have to. To be fair, the owner is very nice. This just is not the kind of place we like to stay. It does not beckon one to stay or to have guests over. The location is flat Ugly!!!
If you have a travel trailer or smaller 5th, this place is OK, only OK. Sites are dirt, not level and not at all suitable for a NICE motor home. Owner was very nice but this place is a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. Only good for one overnight. You don't want to spend any time here.
If this place was better cared for it could be a real winner. Typical older KOA with trees built in the 1960's for tiny little travel trailers. Utilities are way to far in back of "pull throughs" and the trees need to be trimmed to accommodate taller motor homes and 5th wheels. The roots of the trees have distorted the levelness of the spaces and you can really be out of level if not careful. Spaces 43 to 50 are only ones acceptable for big rigs. The trees in this nicely located park off of I-40 are very nice but this place is way over priced for the lack of improvements. The trees are simply too unkempt for tall rigs, only 25% of the spaces are somewhat OK for big rigs. If you are in a MH and towing a car, be prepared to link up three sewer hoses due to utility location. The owners seem nice but this place needs work badly. We wont stay here again but do like the look of this older park. You can bang up a nice motor home in this park, if you have a smaller trailer, it is OK.
This park is a fairly nice no frills park conveniently located close to I-540. Can be a little tight for big rigs and water pressure is rather low. The park has a nice grassed in park type area that is a nice view from some sites. The owner charges up big time when U of A athletic events are in town, there are almost no other RV parks around! I don't blame the owner for his pricing policy, if it was mine, I would do the same. We would stay again.
This is a decent little, no frills type of RV park located close to I-44. The owners are very nice folks. The spaces are OK. Can be a little tight for big rigs with tow vehicles, but for the price, we would definitely stay here again.
Great location, clean park, big rig friendly. This place is very, very nice. Have stayed here before and will do so again. No "Park Model" houses on the location: thank God. Lots of high end RVers here, not a lot of junk. Close to good restaurants and I -10.
Nice amenities and nice people running this place. The spaces are too close together even in the "premium spots". We had to put up with some idiot from Montana who played his electric guitar at night although he did respect the quiet time hour but because the spaces are so close, we felt like this baboon was in our living room. Also, the guy was not worth a darn on the guitar! He also fired up his motorcycle promptly at 7 a.m. everyday. Also as is typical of Arizona, you have to mix with the Park Model folks which I think should be totally separated from the RVers. Nice restaurant, bar and workout facilities etc.
Have stayed here before. Owners friendly and this is an old KOA park now privately owned. Lots of rooms, level sites, big rig friendly and a great location off of I-10. This place is a great old style park with a nice degree of freedom and room to roam. It is a very reasonable nice place to stay.
Stayed 4 nights at South Monticello campground, this state park is outstanding. Large level sites, lots of room, 50 amp power without any problems. If the lake was full, this place would be offscale good. One of the best state run RV spots anywhere!
Nice park and pretty new place. Location is good and although out of town it is close to all you could need in Fountain Hills. Office staff was fine except for one guy who is somewhat of a curt jerk to say the least. This fool was pretty impatient and hard not to describe him, Park has nice level sites but could use some more room to park vehicles and tow dolly type of equipment. I would stay here again even though some of the staff could use a Dale Carnegie course in dealing with the public.
This park is excellent, large level big rig friendly sites. Close to Old Mesilla and good restaurants, easy to drive in and almost all pull through. This park is new, it is clean, it is well built and it is well located. Staff is friendly and eager to help. We will stay here anytime in we come through this area.
To us this RV Park absolutely the best one we have ever found. The park is upscale yet not one of the Arizona "55 and over" style parks thank God. None of those ridiculous "Park Model" houses. This place is all upscale models of RV's regardless of style rather it be 5th wheels, Motorhomes or Travel Trailers. It is well worth money when you consider it's great location and the beauty of the facility itself. Pool and workout areas are the best we have ever seen. Only one minor knock would be that a Mobil RV service out of Indio, CA by the name of Waggoners RV Service was recommended to us and we found them to be tardy, un competent and among the worst services we have ever encountered before. Avoid these clowns at all costs. Emerald Desert should ban these people from the premises!
This is a nice park but not as nice as other Arizona State Parks just a little further down the road. Several big rig spots are on a dry camping basis only and located on a sandy beach area which make the dust and dirt really bad. Views on the Lake are only fair as you have to stare at the usual cookie cutter type of "park model" mobile homes typical of many Arizona RV Parks. The views really can bore you to death. The park does have nice people running it and good areas for walking your dog. Personally, if I was in the Parker area again, I would go down Hwy 95 a few more miles and stay at another state park.
This park is clean and well maintained but far too "Sterile" for our tastes. A typical Arizona "Park Model" kind of place. This is one of those "55 and older" places that has tons or rules and lacks any personality or excitement. The parks is clean and has lots of amenities and a friendly staff although the question and answer session upon check in was the longest and most grueling I have ever encountered. The golf course is well maintained but offers no real challenge at all. I am 56 years old and am no spring chicken but his place was just too old fogey to offer me any reason to want to ever stay in a place like this again. Also, if you drive a big rig, the streets are tight and you will have to disconnect a car dolly as there are very, very few big rig pull throughs. If you want a menu driven cookie cutter type of place then this is the place for you however if you require some personality and uniqueness pass this place up as quick as you can.
This park is a nice park and is located about 10 miles south of Benson and 25 miles north of Sierra Vista but not all sites are level. Very well maintained park, very clean but you cannot make reservations as it is first come, first served. Utilities will be located as much as 30 feet from big rig electric lines and water lines so make sure you have the length to get hooked up. Why it was designed this way is very strange as I have not seen it this way before. Like I said, some of the sites are not level but all in all, this RV park is a nice value and the Krchner Cave State Park is well worth the visit.
Cleanest and nicest RV Park we have ever stayed at! This place is first class with all the amenities and in a great location in a nice clean city. Big Rig friendly and a helpful staff. If I owned an RV property, this would be the one I would own. Anyone liking nice places will love this park!
Very friendly and helpful staff. We arrived late and the people could not have been nicer! Big Rig friendly and the location is convenient. We were glad to find this place after ending up checking out another RV Park in Quartzite, that reminded us of the Albert Hitchcock movie "Psycho".
Nice park close to I-10 and services. Accommodates big rigs easily and the staff is friendly. Sites are packed gravel with lots of room for tow vehicles. Has propane close by and a nice RV/Truck wash very close, and this was handy. Nice desert terrain and lots of room to move around. We like the place and would stay again for sure!
Older style park and convenient to I-40. Girl working the desk was sharp as a tack, very helpful and nice. This place has dirt pads that are level, and packed with gravel so leveling was not a problem. The park can be tight if you have a Class A with a long tow vehicle, but it is well worth the money. A great throw back to Route 66 and close to stores and services. This park has a very nice little BBQ restaurant on premises that will deliver orders to your RV, a very innovative and useful service! The park could stand some "weeding and gardening" but all in all, this park is, by a long shot, the best place to stay in Santa Rosa, New Mexico. Frankly, all other RV parks in Santa Rosa other than this one, are complete dumps! We would stay here again for sure!
Nice small park with friendly owners. It's convenient to I-40 and the sites are nice. This is an older park, which makes big rigs a little tougher to handle. Turns are tight if towing a car, but we would stay again. The park is well worth the money and well run from what we could tell.
Staff at this park are all nice people. The park was designed years ago but they are making a nice attempt at upgrades, and Flagstaff dearly needs that in an RV Park. Sites soft dirt which makes leveling a chore and the sites are almost all at certain inclines or "lean to" positions. The park is not big rig friendly so if you have a large Class A with a car or car dolly, driving in this park and getting out of spaces is hard. Location is very good, and again if you have less than 35' you may like this place, but if you have more be careful.
Nice clean park, friendly helpful staff and great location on I-40. Worked well for a big rig, well treed and secure. We would stay again. One of the nicer KOA's which are always suspect due the huge variation in quality at KOA's nationwide. This one is a good one.
This is a nice, well kept park. Very close and within walking distance to downtown T or C and within reach of the Hot Springs bath type and massage facilities which is an industry in this small town. This park is also within walking distance of the grocery store, downtown cafes and artist studios and stores etc. The people running this place are friendly and helpful,. It would be nice if it had a few more trees, but the facility is definitely well kept and well worth the money. T or C has the most amount of older vintage motorhomes of any place I have ever been.
Nice facility, lots of space and great security. Shuttle service is provided to Isleta Casino, which is a nice facility. RV Park is really close to train tracks and the train comes often and blows its horns...you are less than 100 yards away. The New Mexico Railrunner station is right there making a trip to Santa Fe easy and cheap. The casino also has a nice golf course. If you can handle the train noise sometimes, this place is great for the money.
This place is a very neat, a cool throw back to the 1950's and you have to appreciate that. It has the classic feel of a Route 66 kind of place; you can feel the old history here. Not a ton of shade tress but everything is clean, and thank god the owners are not gestapo types like one other place we were in Arizona. This place is busy because it is off of I-40 (old Route 66). We would come again for sure. We paid $24 per night which I thought to be a fair price.
Nice clean place. The pull through sites are small. My only complaint about this place was although well run: I found the restrictions far too strict. The business of not leaving before 8 a.m. and not entering the facility after 10 pm is ridiculous. I would rather be somewhere less restrictive. The owners are rather Gestapo like. And if you like that, then fine. But not for me again. I want to be fair here, these people run a tight ship: the grounds are clean, the price is reasonable but it is too restrictive for our tastes. We are mid 50 year olds. You need to be 100 years old to enjoy this type of environment. If you are a little younger: stay away.