Stayed 2 nights here while visiting Antelope Canyon and Buckskin Gulch. Nice pool and jacuzzi. Had some noise from the tent sites, so I would recommend a spot away from them. Bathrooms were fine, although the women's shower was a little on the dirty side, but not bad. Can't beat the price, especially for what you get.
Very clean park, clean facilities, excellent staff. Main pool is very nice; restaurant and bar with happy hour on site. Lots of fruit trees which you are encouraged to pick from. Fairly central location in Tucson, but proximity to the trains, planes, and automobiles does produce some ambient noise at night. Huge spaces and overall our stay was very quiet, although we didn't spend much time in the park itself, as we were off cycling and hiking most of the three days we spent there. Curbside trash pickup and activities planned throughout the week for the long term snow bird residents. This is a huge park!
Huge sites, very peaceful state park. Camping fee includes $7 entry fee. We stayed two nights in a travel trailer to hike Picacho Peak. We filled out tanks with potable water near the dump station. There is a fee to dump tanks (for non-campers), but we didn't use it. Nice park for a short visit.
This was our second visit to the Palm Canyon this year. Friendly check-in, very clean facilities, great pool and Jacuzzi, close to the Anza Borrego visitor center and Palm Canyon Oasis trail. Bar with happy hour and a good restaurant.
Made a reservation based on the closest location to Canyonlands. No one was there to check us in, so we checked out the campground and bathrooms on our own. Bathroom and showers were disgusting. Left after about 30 minutes and checked into another RV park back in town.