This is a great spot. The grounds are immaculate- the lawns are well kept, the gravel sites are raked and level, the roads are paved. There is plenty of room with a nice grass beltway between each site. The location would be hard to beat for the downtown attractions (river walk, etc). The front desk staff is extremely helpful and pleasant. If it weren't for just a hint of street noise (only certain times of the day), I would have possibly rated it even higher.
We've stayed here a few times- just for a couple of nights while headed elswhere. I agree with other posters- this is an odd park. The staff is great- friendly and helpful- but the spaces are a little weird. Seems like all the hook ups are in an odd place- If I can hook up to the sewer dump I can't reach the power pedestal and vice versa. There is a goofy looking brick pedestal in the middle of the site forcing you to park to one side meaning my slide and awning extend into the adjoining site, which is OK I guess because he was also forced to park to one side. Everyone was friendly though, the place is spotless and it looks like they have a lot of activities. All in all we'll probably be back.
This is our second time here in the last 3 years, and we love this place. We do not care for commercial parks- too close together and too expensive. So State, County and National Parks are our choice. This one is absolutely beautiful, spotlessly clean, and has the most friendly hosts. Enough room between sites, restrooms now have showers, and the desert scenery is unmatched. True, there is no AC, but water is available, the dump station is good, concrete pads are pretty level. We'll be back. Don't expect any services at Lukeville though; it's pretty much empty.
One of our favorite parks. Sites are large, paved, pretty level and well dispersed. Electric at each site now and good dump station. Restrooms and showers are immaculate. You can hear some traffic from the interstate and train track but it is certainly not obnoxious. The hiking is very good- some pretty challenging. AZ State wanted to close this park because of budgets but nearby cities chipped in to keep it open. Pretty cool. Gotta support that.
We really like this park. It is extremely busy in Feb and March but it is worth the hassle to get into. Current system has an overflow lot that you can stay in until a spot opens up for you but I understand that an on-line reservation system is about to be in place. Great hiking, clean facilities, great hosts, sites are well spaced with nice views, close to stores of all types. Electric and water at each site and a good dump station.
Really liked this park. Very well located- an easy walk or quick drive to beautiful Gig Harbor and easy access to the freeway. Quiet. The management was very helpful and pleasant.Sites are large and the terraces mean you don't have to look at your neighbors hookups. I'd have given it a 10 if it had WiFi. Will definitely be back to this one.