Very large park with pretty lobby and pool area, security at entrance, and friendly staff. The sites are cement, level, and very close together. There isn't enforcement of the posted rules like small children in the hot tub (sign says 16 and up). There is a family pool and an adult pool but there were kids swimming and loudly playing in the adult pool. For the Passport America price of $25, it wasn't much of a bargain. Word of caution: in the main lobby there is a saleswoman offering free stays, electronics, etc if you "spin the wheel". To receive your "prize", one must attend a sales pitch for a campground membership (not associated with the Oasis). If you decide to attend the presentation, I would recommend doing a Google search on this company and save yourself time and a lot of money. We are still amazed the Oasis allows them to peddle their memberships at their facility.
Campground set among tall pine trees and nice views of the local mountains, and adjacent hiking trails that lead into the National Forest. The staff were friendly and helpful. Despite the nice setting, the campground in general appears dated, and the majority of sites are not level, with many folks stacking several blocks under their tires. The roads within the park are very narrow, and navigating our 45' MH was a challenge. There are only a few sites that are suitable for rigs over 40', and it is a tight squeeze to get in and out. We opted for a site with a patio since it was the only site that could accommodate us and was level. We felt this campground was way overpriced for what was offered, but at this time of year, there aren't many options in Flagstaff. Probably will pass on another visit.
A wonderful park off the beaten path that provides widely spaced well groomed sites, immaculately clean bathroom/shower facilities, amazing vistas, serenity, and plentiful nature viewing. There are hiking/mountain biking trails adjacent to the campground. If you're looking for peace and quiet in a beautiful natural setting, this is it!
Beautiful, meticulously maintained 55+ resort with too many activities to list. Staff are friendly, sites are huge, and it is a secure park with manned gate access. We found the majority of the folks here to be very active, with most folks in their 60's and early 70's. Also, there are 2,000+ sites here, so it is a mega park. The only negatives I would list are: it is on the expensive side especially during peak Winter season, the WiFi is terrible (even our Verizon MyFi Jetpack was slower than all get-out), and the "hot spot" areas listed in the park are slow as well. Lastly, there is a strong odor that has intermittently permeated the air here that blows in from cow farms in the adjacent town. It is either very stinky, or normal.
Nice park with the majority of sites in a canyon setting. Security gate, 2 clubhouses, restaurant on site, plenty of hiking trails, pool/spa, and open spaces. Unusual layout, since the front gate is a long drive to your site...especially if you're in section A, B or C. This wouldn't be too much of an issue except for the speed limits: 5 mph when driving through campground, 10mph on all other roads. We were flashed the "slow down sign" when going 7mph! The internet was very slow, and sometimes non-existent, good cell signal on AT&T. Would stay there again for a short period of time.
Beautiful park located on a hillside overlooking the town of Cottonwood at 3,300ft elevation. They also have cabins (8), and a separate area for tents. Fishing, horseback riding, hiking trails, river access, planned seasonal activities. Very quiet yet a short drive into town where there are several markets, Walmart, etc. Showers immaculate, sites huge, park hosts very nice. Max stay 14 days. We have an incredible view from our coach (site #47). Would recommend checking it out if your in the area! Would have given it a "10" if it had sewer h/u at individual sites.