We loved this park. It was beautiful and quiet and clean. We didn't have any problems with getting a great spot, probably because of the time of year. We did not want to leave. In order to conserve tank space, I used the park shower every evening. It was very clean and had lots of hot water. There are a lot of hiking trails that go out from the campground. I did not avail myself of them as it was in the high 90's during my stay. There was plenty of space for our 42 foot RV. What a gem. We will definitely come back.
This is basically a park model jungle with a few motorhome spots mixed in. The "motorhome" spots are located at the North end, in the back. I gave this park such a low score because of the unbelievably placed utilities! The placement of the utilities indicates that the "motorhome"section is an "undeveloped" park model section. We have a 42' motorcoach and the sewer connection was literally between our duals in the middle of the coach underneath it. Backing in created quite a challenge as we had to avoid the sewer connection, the water connection and the orange bush that they had planted in front of the lot right where you are trying to back in and right where your door would open for a diesel pusher. Luckily, a neighbor with some snips came to our rescue. He apparently had a similar situation backing in and had purchased some snippers to cut back the orange bush that threatened to scratch our coach. What a nightmare. I can back my husband into most anything, but this was like trying to thread a needle due to the multiple obstacles. I checked out the rest of the park and the pool and hot tub at the north end were quite nice. There was a huge laundry room and work out room. Bathrooms were clean. I did not check out the showers. Lots of "hobby" rooms, ceramics, quilting, silversmithing, library etc. in the main building. All were quite nice. A lot of people apparently return here every year to this park and like it... but when I queried the park staff about the sewer connection, and other odd placement of utilities, they stated that people who returned each year placed their sewer hoses prior to backing in? I am not sure how they accomplished that. But... It doesn't matter. We elected to leave early, without a refund. We will not ever return to this park. A lot of other people enjoy it, however, it was not for us.
The staff are very friendly. The sites are wide and level gravel. The placement of the cement pad with the picnic table is odd. By the time you position your coach on the site, the cement pad is at the back of the coach. It is close to Tombstone, Bisbee, and all of the other attractions. There is an indoor pool and hot tub that seemed nice. I didn't use them. The laundry room is nice with 5 washers and 5 dryers. This park is very remote. The closest town with provisions would be Sierra Vista about 30-40 minutes away. So stock up before you get here. Overall I liked the quietness of it. Although it sure was windy the whole time we were here. Great Views too!
Very nice clubhouse with a little store you can buy some basic supplies in. The closest grocery store is about 8 miles away so that helps if you come in with low supplies. The staff is very nice. The pool and hot tub are very clean and well cared for. The showers and bathroom are spotless and the laundry room is very large with ample washers and dryers. The resort is on a "one way" divided highway which is a pain. You have to go backwards to go forwards. We have stayed here before and have always enjoyed it. This time there appears to be quite a few "full timers." There is too much stuff stacked outside on some of these units which is very unappealing to me. There is a fantastic walking, biking trail right behind the resort. You can go out the back gate to access it. It goes through a beautiful marsh land area and it goes for miles.
Very nice park. The staff was friendly. The pads are level. The Wi-Fi was strong. The park is gated which is good as the neighborhood is a little scruffy Please note: To enter the park you must go through a shopping center past the Shari's restaurant and turn left. The park will be on the right.
We happened upon this little gem last year in our travels through the area. It is a very small park. It is quiet. However the grounds keeper really likes to use his leaf blower all day. Which leads me to the next comment about it being spotless. Absolutely spotless!! The gravel parking lot is literally raked everyday. The spots are level. The staff is friendly. The only caveat is the lack of cable TV, but you can get several channels on your antenna. It is reasonably close to Sedona. It is a great place. We would definitely come again.
This campground isn't bad. The park is mostly full of really old park models that are beginning to look rather sad. Contrary to the what it says in RV Reviews: cable TV is not really available. You have to subscribe with Cox TV and if you are only staying a week or so, it doesn't make sense. Costco is literally out the back gate but you have to purchase a key in order to get out back there. We were just passing through and probably will find someplace else to stay next time.
Very nice park. Big wide sites. The staff was very friendly! A great place to stay to see all of the sites of Southern Arizona. Kartchner Caverns is a must see! It is close to all of the sites such as Tombstone and Bisbee. The train noise is very loud and they go by about every 10 minutes. We will definitely stay here again next year. We have much more to see here.
We absolutely LOVE it here! We have been here a few times and this is the first time I have actually reviewed it. I was sorry to hear that other guests had a bad experience. We have NEVER had a bad experience with the staff. We have always been met by cheerful, helpful, employees as we enter which is appreciated as the driveway is very small, especially for big rigs. (They are checking to see if you have reservations.) We live just a few hours away from this campground, so when we head out later in the day for a trip and are headed this way, we stop here. The town, of Leavenworth is VERY charming and shopping and walking are very pleasant. There are a lot of activities always going on in Leavenworth, a short drive away. HIking and outdoor activities abound!! Don't miss out! But make reservations! It books up.
This is our second time through here and we love it! The grounds are impeccable. The MH lots are HUGE and all manicured. The owners are extremely friendly. They had several "end of season" parties that we were invited to even though we are not owners. We had a wonderful time at the gatherings!! We have not found anyone to be unfriendly. Although I don't play golf, the golf course looks nice. There is a great walking trail, probably around 3 miles or so that I have used quite a bit. The restaurant has a great menu and delicious food. There is basically no cell phone service, but we are told that Verizon is putting a tower near by soon. We are considering purchasing a lot here ourselves, provided the Verizon cell phone tower goes in. I would definitely recommend this park to anyone!
The good news is that this resort is right next to the freeway. I say that in jest as it is also right next to the railroad tracks. The freeway noise is the lesser of two noises. The train went by every half hour all night long blowing its horn! Yes, I am a bit of a light sleeper but that is enough to wake the dead. If you are a heavy sleeper, then you should have no problem. All that aside, this is a really nice park! It has really clean bathrooms, wonderful staff, nice pool. It also has a great walking trail that takes you to the river. The sites are wide and roomy. The park is clean and tidy.
This is not your typical "Casino" Resort. It is more like a campground. The spaces are very roomy with shrubbery in between. There are fantastic views. There is a marina right here too. it is a bit remote. Make sure to purchase anything you might need before you get here. There is a gas station with a mini mart with typical mini mart goods. It is very nice. Would come again if in the area.
Park has been recently updated. The spots are VERY narrow. We had to stay very close to the the cement pad or risk running over the sewer connections on the left. There is a cement pad (sidewalk) beside the motorhome and a small patch of grass. It is an ok park for a couple of days.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay. The views are killer up here, however, if you are a motorhome, you face away from the views. The gal who checked us in was VERY friendly and cheerful. The spot was gravel and level.
What a great park!! It is quiet and serene and off the beaten track. The sites are gravel and huge. No problem getting our 40 footer in here. It is a state park so no sewer and only 20 amp service. There is a winery right next door with a restaurant. There is also a Oregon Trail Information Center here. Unfortunately, it was closed for the season. Would definitely stay here again.
This was a nice resort. It is between 2 freeways and very loud outside. It would not be a very restful place for an extended stay because of the freeway noise. Very close to Salt Lake. The staff were very friendly! Laundry room was very clean. We only stayed one night, just traveling through. Would probably stay here again.
Beautiful Campground! The staff are very friendly. They have a convenience store that is quite well stocked. It even has RV supplies. The pool and spa were nice. The spa was, thankfully, only about 101 or so in temperature. The pull thru's were level and concrete. Zion is only a short distance away and was uncrowded with beautiful weather. Don't miss Grafton, a small ghost town that is outside of Rockville. It hardly gets any visitors as the entrance is poorly marked. We had the whole place to ourselves. It was wonderful! We will definitely stay here again.
While this is a pleasant park, I would not give it as high a review as others have. The owners are very accommodating. It is very close to all of the attractions: Sedona and the ruins, etc. The bathrooms, laundry and showers are all spotless. We barely squeaked our 40 foot between the concrete pad and the utility pole. What was probably the most negative was our neighbor who looked to be a full timer in an older class A. He had junk scattered all about. We probably won't stay here again.
HOLY COW!! Don't believe their website pictures!! I am not sure where they shot those but it wasn't here. There are two similar named resorts. One is Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort and this one is Las Vegas RV Resort. Don't get them confused. Unfortunately, for us we got them confused. They stuck us in the back forty. A scraggly, sorry looking palm tree is the only thing to look at other than a couple of really old, worn out park models and similar looking trailers and fifth wheels. There is no grass... nary a spot for one's pet to potty. Oh wait, there is a small pet area close by that smells like a sewer. Let me out of here!
CAUTION! When you type this into your browser, it brings up an address for Cathedral City. Outdoor resorts does the booking for this place. It is all privately owned and you must go through the broker at Outdoor Resorts. The address for Rancho Casa Blanca is 84136 Avenue 44, Indio, Ca 92203. This park is mostly park models with very few places to park the motorhome. I hope they keep a few open spots for motorhomes. Nice cement pads. All the amenities! Very clean and well taken care of. Several pools and hot tubs all over the place. Everything is immaculate.
Wow! This place is organized. As you pull through the gates, you are directed to the registration area. It is like a landing strip. You pull your RV into a huge area. A registration agent follows you on foot and gathers your information. This is a 55+ RV park. Luckily, my husband is slightly over 55. The registration person walks you to the front desk and there you are assigned your spot and you have your picture taken for a badge that you must wear. There is alot to do here. Sewing room, pottery room, stained glass. The golf course looks nice. I am not a golfer though. There is a specific area if you are a pet owner and grassy fenced areas for your pet to potty. Our lot had full hookups. No grass or trees on the lots, but there are huge lots. I think their goal is to have more "park models". I hope they leave some spots for motorhomes. Our goal is to return next winter for a longer stay. It is a fantastic place. I did not experience the hassle of the "free week" as the previous reviewer indicated. They gave is our free week without any problems. Would definitely stay again!
We stayed here for a couple of nights. There are several pools and hot tubs. All were very nice and clean! Immaculate showers and bathrooms also. Their dog policy is very strict. Your pet is only allowed to go potty on your patch of grass and you must water down the spot afterwards to avoid brown grass. It is difficult to walk a dog and carry a bucket of water. I felt that was a bit pet unfriendly. For this reason, I have reduced the score. There are several permanent, 5th wheels with skirting around them. They are very tidy and neat with no junk anywhere. All of the residents are very nice and welcoming! We would stay here again.
We had high hopes for this park. It is nice but has some caveats. It is under construction and has some gravel roads. The signage to enter was almost non-existent. There are a lot of park models but spaces between for motor homes. I think alot of these spaces are privately owned and are rented out if the owners are not in. The spaces are wonderful for a 5th wheel as the view would be out the back. But in a motorhome: you back in and the view is behind you!! You can't see the view from a motorhome. It is terraced, therefore, you are staring out of your front window into a bulkhead. The lanes are very narrow and it was difficult to back into our space without scraping the stone wall. (We did not scrape by the way.) The pool is very nice but cold, unheated. Restrooms and showers are only on one side of the park so if you are staying on the opposite side it is a long walk! There is alot to do here: wine tasting, hiking, boating. It is positively a beautiful area and nice and warm and sunny.
This park is not very well suited to motorhomes over 30'. The spaces are all on top of each other. There is kind of a center patch of grass which everyone was backed up to, a group camp kind of feel: very crowded. The sites along the river are all booked way in advance! The river is very nice. You can grab a chair and just put your feet in and sit. The swimming pool closes early due to all the kids and not enough chemicals. The electrical hookups were old and our plug wiggled around in the connection. Our air conditioners would not turn on: in 100 degree heat! Luckily there was another hookup right beside the one that did not work, and that one worked fine.
Nicely treed. Quiet. We could not get into American Heritage Campground close by. This is actually owned by the same people as American Heritage. There are cable plug-ins there but there is no cable. Friendly staff.
A really nice park. Nicely treed!! We would come back here. In fact, we tried but they were booked. The staff were very nice. The pool looked nice although I did not swim in in. Nice large grassy field in the back for kids to play.
This park is immaculate. Quiet. Beautiful. They do charge $100 deposit for the pets but if you pick up after your pets, it is not a problem. The sites are large and grassy. The cable TV is a problem. We have a digital TV and had to set it up for the first time which was no big deal, but the channel lineup was non existent. We had to scroll through all the available channels to find them. The WIFI is also a problem. I didn't use it but spoke to people who didn't have a great signal. I used my Sprint card and experienced the same problem with connection. There is a lot to do here and we would DEFINITELY come back here!
Park is very well kept and tidy. Nice clean bathrooms. Spots are small and close together. Not enough places to walk. No swimming. Very remote. Close to Ike Kinswa camp ground so you can swim and walk there. Cable TV is great.Lots of channels. Overall a nice place!