Pros: Large park with many available spaces. The pool/spa and community center were reopened recently and are very nice. Most of the sites appear to be level,large lots. Cons: The power connection is on the side opposite the water and sewer. No tables and very little shade at the sites, and the patio slabs are fairly small and in many cases do not lineup for access from the coach. Office closes at 4:00
Pros: This is a very clean park with level sites. The Wi-Fi is better than most we have been in. Cons: The managers (dog owners) seem to hate other pets. We were scolded about making sure that our dog did not relieve herself on the property of the park. We were suppose to make sure that the dog was off property and behind the fence first. One of our group was taking her dog off property when the dog had to take a leak while still on property. She was scolded about allowing her dog to desecrate the grounds. The sites are very narrow and while it was nice to have our group parked next to each other my bay doors would hit the slide out of the next RV if I opened it all the way. We were warned about excessive water pressure so we used a pressure regulator. The problem was that if we turned on the water, there was an underground leak in their system that caused our meeting area to flood. When I mentioned this to the manager, I was told that the owner would not authorize repairs.
This is a gravel lot with the basic necessities. There is no shade or tables. Some sites had a light by the edge of the site but most did not work and the staff could really care less. WiFi was very spotty.
We have stayed in many RV parks in our travels across America and while this is not the most luxurious park it is the most family/pet/group friendly park I have ever stayed in. The owners treat everyone like family. The complimentary breakfast consists of waffles and hard boiled eggs and cereal with coffee and juice. While there is only one table in the office area there are several tables on the porch. We were able to purchase tickets for the railroad trip to the Grand Canyon at the office and they provided a free shuttle to the depot. If someone missed the train on the return trip, they would drive up to the canyon and pick them up. (How do you spell customer service?). We had a pet emergency about midnight and when I went to the office and woke up host to ask for help, she provided the 24 hour emergency number of the vet in Flagstaff. The site are mostly level with a gravel base. Only the sites on the east side of the park have tables, but we used the community room which has tables, TV, computer and heat. During prime season they show movies and have a covered area setup tables for large groups. Don't forget the excellent fire pit with free fire wood.
There is a Loves and Flying-J at the exit from I-40. The entire park is gravel except for the so called pet walks which are scrub brush. Internal roads are narrow and sites are short and narrow. Someone said that the sites are long pull-throughs but when I used the pull-through site with a 33 foot class A and a small tow dolly, my car was sticking out into the road. Someone put down that there are shaded sites. There are skimpy water starved tall bushes which can be a problem for some slideouts. The cable was very fuzzy and several of the listed stations were not available. The Wi-Fi was barely usable for email but not much else. The laundry and restrooms are kept locked (although restroom keys are available if you know where to look).