This is for the Monticello campground about 10 miles north of Elephant Butte and can be accessed from exit 89 on I-25. The campsites are roomy, spaced, level and very well maintained. TV was available by antennae. Did not try our cell. Nothing much around but excellent if you want peace and quiet.
Everything here is new or kept like new. New indoor pool and exercise room planned for 2012. There is a nice variety in sites but all are quite large. Two excellent coin laundries on site as well as a dog wash Garbage pickup is at your site daily instead of using smelly barrels or dumpsters. Wi-Fi connection was excellent but bandwidth was limited. Staff is very friendly. Our rate is based on a monthly rate for March. This park is underutilized by snow birders. We would definitely stay here again.
If you are not looking for a lot of frills this is a good park central to all attractions of which there are many. Biggest complaints would be no laundry facilities and unreliable Wi-Fi. Lots of room for pets, walking, or running. Very quiet at night except for odd airliner overhead which were not very loud. Rate based on weekly stay and is all inclusive. Most sites 30 amp electric. No cable but lots of channels on antennae.
Beautiful park that seems to have everything at a reasonable price. Park is totally enclosed with a solid fence which provide good security but made us small town prairie dogs a little uncomfortable. Other than that we could not see anything that wasn't well kept and in good condition. We arrived on a holiday so the office wasn't open but we were escorted to a site by a courteous attendant. No cable but lot's of channels over the air. Wi-Fi a little expensive. Stayed one night.
Beautiful area and far enough from the highway to be quiet. Lots of birds and wildlife. No hookups but this is certainly no problem with self contained units for a night or two. We will stay here anytime we are passing through.
This is an older park that is showing it's age but it is a very beautiful location on the Colorado river below the Parker Dam. Many sites have excellent views and we were even able to watch mountain bighorn sheep across the river from our campsite. Desert cottontails and quail are all over. I would have given it a higher rating but the stalls are a little cramped and the water is pretty bad. Very friendly and helpful staff. Very quiet at night. There are many repeats and long term quests that are very friendly. Rate based on a months stay during winter months.
This park belongs to the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe and is associated with the Spirit Mountain Casino on the same site. RV sites are large and easy to get into. There is no clubhouse or other amenities but there is lots to do in the area and it is reasonably close to Lauglin NV.,Bullhead City, Oatman, Kingman and Lake Havasu City. Rate is based on monthly and is all inclusive. A good base for exploring. Quieter than most.
Extra wide and long sites. Very friendly staff. We stayed for one month and really enjoyed this park. Would have given a 10 but no TV available. Trees and landscaping still fairly young but this will be a beautiful park in the future. They are continually improving and adding features. Rates are very reasonable. Water is excellent. Several pull through sites for over night stays which will accommodate the biggest rigs. Rate based on monthly stay. Modem connection at clubhouse.